MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
April 19, 2021, 15:40
Voting will last until May 3.
Spartakiad “Mosprom”, Which will be held this year in the capital the third time, will receive his talisman. On the website sports competition presents three variants of the mascot: the horse Promgrom, the raccoon the Ringleader and the Falcon Technokryl. Anyone can vote for one of them from April 19 to May 3.
The Mosprom Spartakiad is a bright sports festival, in which over 5.5 thousand people took part in two years. The competition also made a lot of friends among professional athletes.
“A year ago, ex-world boxing champion Nikolai Valuev was the ambassador of the Olympics, and this year, professional boxer Murat Gassiev and football player Igor Akinfeev. We decided to choose the mascot of the Olympics, which will become a reliable totem of our event, and we count on the help of Muscovites in this matter, ”said the head Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Alexander Prokhorov.
On the websitesports days also started registration for the qualifying competitions, which will be held from July 17 to September 12. The best teams will take part in the final. It is scheduled for September 25 at Luzhniki. This year the list of sports disciplines will increase to 10. These are futsal, three-on-three basketball, volleyball, table tennis, athletics, chess, hockey, boxing, swimming and e-sports.
The Spartakiad of Industrialists “Mosprom” has been held since 2019. This is a complex competition among employees of industrial enterprises and students of technical universities in the capital. The organizer is the Moscow City Department of Investment and Industrial Policy.
More than 2.5 thousand athletes, representing 94 enterprises and 14 engineering universities, took part in the competitions of the first Spartakiad in six sports. In 2020, the number of participants exceeded three thousand – they are employees of 106 plants and factories, as well as students of 15 technical universities in the capital.
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