Chinese Winter Olympics medals reach new heights! Behind every medal was Enta Technology.

Beijing – (Business WireThe 24th Winter Olympics officially ended on the evening of February 20. China is the host country of this Winter Olympics, and the team set a new medal record for the Winter Olympics.

The 15 medals won by Chinese athletes were closely linked to the Chinese sports brand Eta, and each Chinese athlete wore an Anta uniform during the competition.

Shark-skin-like skating-suit reduces wind resistance by 5% – 10% to increase speed

Short track speed skating, also known as Shark-skin Like Skating-suit, is an excellent example of Anta’s “high-tech-facilitated Olympic” goal. This dress is designed and created exclusively by ANTA. Its simplicity and breathtaking reached the top of the world and won the ISPO award. The full suit is equipped with four main wind protection technologies, such as air turbulence reduction and boundary floor turbine technologies.

ANTA has surpassed foreign brands using three pioneering technologies in creating skeletal shoes

Anta Winter Olympic skeleton shoes used an ingenious design. The original design of the converter and air foil can reduce windshield wear by up to 10%, and can reduce speed bumps when athletes jump on skis.

ANTA’s efforts to create high skate and skate uniforms helped China win 5 gold and 3 silver.

Elin Gu’s Golden Dragon Costume once made headlines on Chinese social media. Anta made Gu’s suit out of GORE-TEX fabric and added PROTECTION technology, a lightweight, non-abrasive wool that allows water vapor to pass through. The dress is suitable for her with many adjustments. “I hope to be able to show Chinese culture to the world through freestyle skiing,” Gu said.

Made from China to Innovated in China, ANTA has a bright future.

ANTA adheres to the concept of the brand “Continue”, and its investment in sports science research continues to grow, leading to continued growth in sports science and technology. ANTA has accumulated more than 1,400 patent patents, and is gradually replacing foreign brands with advanced sports equipment for more Chinese national teams.

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