The Chinese delegation for the Tokyo Olympics was unveiled on Wednesday in Beijing.
China will send 431 athletes, including 24 Olympic champions, as well as over 300 supporting staff to the upcoming games.
It marks China's largest ever delegation for the overseas Olympic Games.
And almost all members have taken COVID-19 vaccines.
Delegation secretary general Liu Guoyong made clear of China's goals at this year's Olympics.
First, we need to stop the trend of the decline of Olympic gold medal numbers in the past few games.
Second, we aim to achieve better results competing with other powerhouses, and stay in the top positions in medal tally.
Third, we shall present our Olympic spirits.
And finally, we target zero infection of COVID-19 during the whole campaign.
The delegation including 298 female athletes and 133 male athletes will compete in 225 events in Tokyo.
14-year-old Quan Hongchan, who will compete in the women's diving event, is the youngest of the delegation,
while 52-year-old Li Zhenqiang from the Chinese equestrian team, will be the oldest the Chinese athlete to be featured at the games.