Today Rosa Khutor resort hosted the opening ceremony of the renovated Walk of Fame dedicated to Russian Olympic athletes’ outstanding achievements. The symbolic ribbon was cut by Stanislav Pozdnyakov, the 4-times Olympic champion, President of the Russian National Olympic Committee, and Alexander Belokobylsky, the Director General of Rosa Khutor. In honor of the head of the ROC’s sports victories, his personal medal was installed in the Walk.
On the 14th of April, in the VDNH Cosmos Pavilion, the ZASPORT (the official outfitter of the Russian Olympic Team for the XXXII Olympic Games in Tokyo) collection was presented.
A delegation of the Russian Olympic Committee paid a two-day official visit to Armenia. Stanislav Pozdnyakov and Gagik Tsarukyan, heads of the NOCs of the two countries, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation.
Stanislav Pozdniakov: “The Games in Tokyo and Beijing are intended to be the most important stages of overcoming negative circumstances”
Today, on the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, the President of the ROC made an address in which he noted that respect, friendship, solidarity, and mutual assistance allow countries and nations to solve the most difficult problems together and effectively face any challenges.
Pursuant to the instructions of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin following the meeting of the Council under the President of the Russian Federation on the Development of Physical Education and Sports, held on March 24, 2014, the Russian Olympic Committee developed the Olympic Country Development Assistance Program, guided by the Olympic Charter, according to which, one of the tasks of National Olympic Committees is to promote the development of mass sports, and also within the framework of the international movement ″Sport for All″.
Every June, the Russian Olympic Committee holds the All-Russian Olympic Day, which is dedicated to the main state or sporting events of the year.
In order to popularize the ideas of Olympism among the younger generation and involve children and young people in systematic physical education and sports, the Russian Olympic Committee, after the Olympic Games in Sochi, launched a new sports and educational project Olympic Patrol, which is part of the Olympic Country program.