“Olympic Patrol” will celebrate International Day of Sport with students of Kurchatov School
April 6, the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace at the Kurchatov School in Moscow (Vasilevsky str., 9/1) the Russian Olympic Committee will hold the next stage of the Olympic Patrol program, which will include a meeting and an autograph session with famous Olympic athletes, winners of the 2018 Pyeongchang Games, figure skaters Vladimir Morozov, Natalia Zabiyako and Alexander Enbert.
The event starts at 10.30.
For accreditation can contact Svetlana Smirnova, 8 (925) 008-30-61, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Olympic Patrol is the all-Russian sports and educational program of the Russian Olympic Committee. Its purpose is to tell children and teenagers about the Olympic movement, to introduce them to the Russian Olympians, to remind of advantages of sports and importance of a healthy lifestyle.
The program was launched in July, 2014 in the largest children’s centers and recreation camps, including Orlenok and Smena in the Krasnodar region, Artek in Crimea, as well as the all-Russian sports and recreation center for children, working on the basis of the Olympic Park in Sochi.
More than 40 famous athletes took part in the Olympic patrol, Olympic Champions, European and world Champions, including:
- Anastasia Davydova, five-time Olympic champion in synchronized swimming;
- Alexey Nemov, four-time Olympic champion in Artistic Gymnastics;
- Nikolai zimyatov, four-time Olympic champion in cross-country skiing;
- Vladislav Tretiak, three-time Olympic champion in ice hockey;
- Irina Rodnina, three-time Olympic champion in figure skating;
- Alexander Karelin, three-time Olympic champion in Greco-Roman wrestling;
- Maria Kiseleva, three-time Olympic champion in synchronized swimming;
- Elena Zamolodchikova, two-time Olympic champion in Artistic Gymnastics;
- Nikolay Valuev, world champion in Boxing (World Boxing Association);
- Anatoly Karpov, 12th world chess champion;
- Marat Safin, honored master of sports in tennis, ex-first racket of the world.