Beijing Winter Olympics was full of controversy, doping and poor system
Beijing Winter Olympics was full of controversy, doping and poor system

In the Winter Olympics held every 4 years, athletes from all over the world are also showcasing the sport with their tremendous talent. But the Beijing Winter Olympics held in 2022 have been full of controversies. This time, for the first time in winter Olympic history, the doping episode has also been seen, while the players have also been troubled by China's tough bio-bubble policy under the COVID protocol rules.

The judge has also given several controversial judgments. The most controversial case has come to light at the ceremony of the Olympics when China handed over the Olympic torch to the man who was seriously injured in a clash with the Indian Force in the Galvan Valley in India's Ladakh region. After which India has diplomatically boycotted the opening ceremony.

Uighur athlete lit the Flame of the Olympics, 20-year-old Dinigir Yilmujiang from Xinjiang also lit the Olympic flame at the opening ceremony. The Chinese government is dealing with the way the Muslim minority group Uighurs are dealing with. After this episode, the US also criticized it. The whole world knows how bad the condition of the Uighur minority is in China.

The US has also announced a diplomatic boycott citing rights abuses in China. Along with this, Australia, Britain and Canada have also started following it. However, the Beijing government has denied the allegations of abuse. India has also decided to boycott a diplomatic boycott in protest against the handing over of the torch to the Chinese commander who was injured in the clash with Indian troops in the Galwan Valley.

Russia's Valeria Vasnetsova has tested positive for Covid twice at the Olympics and has also been ruled out of the competition. The 24-year-old said on Instagram that the food that was given was not edible. Because of that food, her health has deteriorated. At the same time, Sergei Averinov, spokesman for the ROC biathlon team, said that when many athletes refused to eat, the food quality improved.

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