The German participants in the Winter Olympics in Beijing have received their “uniforms”. Among them was ski jumper Markus Eisenbichler, who builds on the power of German winter sports enthusiasts. “I think we have a very good team and a strong team. Of course there is always something in it, but personally I don’t stress myself that much now.” Although there is a lot of fuss about the venue. Among other things, the USA had asked the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to postpone the Winter Olympics in February 2022 due to disregard for human rights in China. Ice hockey player Moritz Müller has a clear stance on this. “I mean, these discussions never take place with the athletes, they always take place in the environment. And it is rarely about the interests of the athletes, mostly about the interests of some third party who want to make an advantage for themselves the games may be canceled because they benefit themselves. For me personally: For me, the Olympic Games are the greatest thing you can experience as an athlete. And that’s why I want them to take place, that we are there. ” The US does not send diplomatic representatives to Beijing. Australia, Great Britain, Canada and Japan followed suit. In addition, the rapid spread of the highly contagious Corona variant Omikron is putting China’s plans for hosting the Winter Olympics to the test. The German athletes are sure to have at least chic clothes. More than 2,000 athletes will travel to China for the Games, which begin on February 4th.