THE SPORTS CHALLENGES
RHT Education, in conjunction with Jiangsu School Sporting Association, welcomes sportspersons from around the world to visit, train and compete with their Chinese peers in Jiangsu.
Jiangsu boasts some of the world’s best sporting facilities as a result of successfully hosting the World Summer Youth Olympic games in 2014.
Players, coaches and training staff are all invited to participate in competitions or tournaments in your chosen discipline or in development ‘camps’.
Sample itinerary: U16 Youth Football (Soccer) Challenge Cup
|Teams wishing to arrive earlier and acclimatize or explore Shanghai may request assistance for added arrangements.||Arrive in Shanghai and transfer to your hotel. Late afternoon short briefing and orientation.||Cruise on the famous Huangpu River|
|Transfer to Nanjing via Kunshan and Suzhou via luxury bus.||Visit the water city of Zhou Zhuang and a silk factory.||Evening arrival in Nanjing.|
|Teams meeting, briefing and orientation. Training session.||Sight-seeing: Nanjing Massacre Museum and Olympic precinct||Training under lights.|
|Morning training session.||Rest and training session.||Skills lectures.|
|Morning training session||Skills lecturers and drill sessions from international coaches||Training under lights.|
|Tournament Day 1 Pools||Tournament Day 1 Pools||Tournament Day 1 Pools|
|Tournament Day 2 Pools||Tournament Day 2 Pools||Tournament Day 2 Pools|
|Recovery and training sessions||Sight-seeing: Purple Mountain, Ming Tomb & Fuzimiao Precinct||Free-time|
|Transfer from Nanjing to Beijing via high-speed train||Hotel check-in and visit 2008 Olympic site||Beijing banquet|
|Tournament Day 1 Pools||Sightseeing: Forbidden Palace||Kungfu Masters|
|Qualifying finals||Sightseeing: Great Wall||Recovery and free-time|
|Depart for home country|