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It will work as part of the Sambo-70 Sports and Education Center, one of the leading and oldest sports schools in Moscow.

The sports and recreation center (FOC) for sports gymnastics will open its doors to young athletes and all citizens this year. The building, which will become part of the Sambo-70 sports and education center, will be located in the south-west of Moscow at the address: Gubkina street, building 6. Visited the construction site Sergei Sobyanin.

“I hope that in two or three months it will be possible to study here, because everything has already been done. This is the first specialized gymnastics school built in the last 10 years. We are building a lot of things in Moscow, but there were no such special sports facilities for gymnastics, ”the Moscow Mayor said.

With trainers, choreographic machines and mirrors

The construction of a sports gymnastics center on Gubkina Street began in March 2018. The four-storey building with a total area of ​​4.8 thousand square meters will be equipped with a sports gymnasium 36 by 36 meters with modern equipment, sports pits and mobile stands for 150 spectators. Up to 100 people can train in it at the same time.

Together with the Mayor of Moscow, the new sports complex was examined by the winners of the Olympic Games in artistic gymnastics. For example, Daria Spiridonova, Olympic silver medalist in artistic gymnastics, world champion and two-time European champion, said that the athletes had been waiting for the opening of a specialized center for a long time: “We are sure that you can prepare for any competition in this hall.”

Three-time Olympic silver medalist in artistic gymnastics, two-time world champion and three-time European champion Maria Paseka highlighted the recreation area for athletes: day you could train with renewed vigor. “

In the choreography and aerobics hall with choreographic machines and mirrors, up to 18 people will be able to practice at the same time. The gym, equipped with modern devices for the development of the main muscle groups, can accommodate up to 30 people.

In addition, the building will house changing rooms (including for people with limited mobility), technical and administrative rooms, a buffet for 26 seats, methodological rooms (with a pantry and visual aids) and a medical and rehabilitation block (a doctor’s office, massage room, sauna and other rooms ).

All conditions for the convenient movement of people with limited mobility will be created in the FOK building – it will be equipped with an elevator, ramps and tactile signs.

Near the center there will be a sports field for mini-football, basketball and volleyball, with two running tracks with an area of ​​636 square meters with a safe rubber covering made of synthetic rubber.

They will equip areas for workout and passing the norms of the All-Russian physical culture and sports complex “Ready for Labor and Defense” (TRP) with a total area of ​​115 square meters.

In the parking lot of the sports complex, buses carrying groups of athletes will be able to stop.

The object is 93 percent complete. At present, commissioning and finishing works, installation of technological equipment are underway.

Forge of champions with half a century of history

The Sambo-70 Sports and Education Center is one of the leading and oldest sports schools in Moscow. Founded by the honored master of sports and coach of the USSR David Lvovich Rudman more than 50 years ago – in 1970.

For almost 30 years, since 1992, the director of “Sambo-70” has been a pupil of the first graduation of the school, Honored Coach of Russia Renat Laishev.

The school conducts sports training in more than 20 sports, including:

– Olympic – baseball, athletics, cross-country skiing, swimming, wrestling, artistic gymnastics, judo, taekwondo, figure skating, football, rhythmic gymnastics;

– non-Olympic – acrobatic rock and roll, bowling, gorodos, karate, kickboxing, kyokushinkai, sambo, orienteering, sumo, dance sports, aesthetic gymnastics;

– adaptive sports – sports for the deaf (bowling, judo, karate, swimming), sports for the blind (judo), sports for people with musculoskeletal disorders (swimming).

The peculiarity of the school is a unique teaching methodology, which involves the combination of sports training and the study of general education subjects.

Now in the center of sports and education “Sambo-70” on a budgetary basis 14,737 people are engaged, including 74 people – under the programs of training high-class athletes for the national teams of Russia and the city of Moscow. Over 1,100 children not only go in for sports, but also receive secondary education. For 50 years, the school has prepared 106 gold and 19 silver medalists.

Classes are conducted by 280 coaches, including 34 honored coaches of Russia.

6323 people have sports categories and titles, including mass categories (5215), first category (364), candidate master of sports (470), as well as the title of master of sports (204), master of sports of international class (43), honored master of sports (27).

Additionally, on a paid basis, classes are conducted in swimming (from four years old), figure skating (children from four to seven years old), rhythmic gymnastics (children from four years old), Sambo (from 10 years old), judo (children from six to 10 years old) , karate (from the age of six) and general physical fitness.

Over the years of its existence, the Sambo-70 school has trained more than 40 thousand pupils, including over 1200 masters of sports of the USSR and Russia, 235 masters of sports of the USSR and Russia of international class, 92 honored masters of sports of the USSR and Russia, world and European champions, winners and winners of the summer and winter Olympic and Deaflympics. Among them:

– Elena Zamolodchikova (artistic gymnastics) – two-time Olympic champion in 2000 in Sydney;

– Alexey Glushkov (Greco-Roman wrestling) – bronze medalist of the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney;

– Dmitry Nosov (judo) – bronze medalist of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens;

– Alexandra Fedoriva (athletics) – champion of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens;

– Rasul Bokiev (judo) – bronze medalist of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing;

– Alexander Mikhaylin (judo) – silver medalist at the 2012 Olympic Games in London;

– Maria Paseka (artistic gymnastics) – silver and bronze medalist at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, two-time silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro;

– Yulia Lipnitskaya (figure skating) – champion of the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi;

– Daria Spiridonova (artistic gymnastics) – silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro;

– Seda Tutkhalyan (artistic gymnastics) – silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro;

– Alina Zagitova (figure skating) – Olympic champion and silver medalist at the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyecheng;

– Evgenia Medvedeva (figure skating) – two-time silver medalist at the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyecheng.

In addition to the head building “Sambo-70” in Teply Stan (Akademika Vinogradov Street, 4b), the institution includes 10 branches: “Yunost” (FOK with a swimming pool – Akademika Bakulev Street, 5), “Yasenevo” (two FOKs with swimming pool and gyms – Vilnius street, building 6, buildings 1, 2), “Cheryomushki” (Butlerova street, building 12), “Bitsa” (Karamzin passage, building 9, building 1), “Olympia” (FOK with sports halls – Kravchenko street, house 6), “Sevastopolsky” (two sports complexes with gyms – Novocheremushkinskaya street, building 64, buildings 3, 4), “Khrustalny” (sports complex with a skating rink – Profsoyuznaya street, building 97, building 1), Gagarinsky ( FOK with sports halls – Gubkina street, building 6, building 1), “Tchaikovskaya horse” (Katukov street, building 22) and “Strogino” (FOK with gyms – Kulakova street, building 15, building 2).

The total area of ​​the facilities operated by “Sambo-70” is over 60 thousand square meters.

Over the past 10 years, major and current repairs have been carried out in most of the buildings. Sports and technological, medical and other equipment, as well as cleaning equipment, vehicles, furniture and sports equipment were purchased.

In addition to the sports and recreation center on Gubkina Street, in 2021 for Sambo-70 it is planned to build a comprehensive school with a gym (six wrestling carpets) at the following address: TyNAO, Sosenskoye settlement, near the village of Stolbovo, plot number 2 (area – 15 thousand square meters, readiness – 80 percent).

There are also plans to build an ice palace at the intersection of Novoyasenevsky Prospekt with Yasnogorskaya and Taruskaya streets by the end of 2024.

Ice palaces and football fields: how the sports infrastructure of Moscow is developing

Since 2011, 140 sports infrastructure facilities have been built in the capital as part of the Moscow Sports state program.

“In recent years, 140 different objects have been built in Moscow – large and small. This year 20 more will be commissioned. These are ice palaces, sports and recreation centers, wrestling halls, and football fields – which is just not there. There is a large volume of construction, I hope that we will cope with it, and Moscow will be an even more sporty city, ”said Sergei Sobyanin.

Including, since the beginning of 2021, five facilities have been commissioned, including a service center for street sports in Luzhniki (reconstruction), a sports complex with a swimming pool in Zelenograd (Kryukovo district, communal area Aleksandrovka, passage No. 624), a sports and recreation center with a diagnostic center at Khalturinskaya street (Preobrazhenskoye district, VAO) and others.

The plans are to complete the construction of over 20 more sports facilities by the end of 2021. Among them are a multifunctional complex in the Mnevnikovskaya floodplain, infrastructure on the territory of the Luzhniki Olympic complex, including an international sambo center, a boxing center, and others.

In addition, the construction plans include:

– three ice palaces – in Solntsevo (Aviatorov street, possession 7), Nekrasovka (Projected passage No. 6392, 2nd microdistrict, next to building 20) and the settlement of Marushkino (site No. 2, TyNAO);

– three football fields – two of them in the 9th microdistrict of Zelenograd (near building 919 and near Columbus square – for the sports school No. 112 “Sputnik”) and one on Paustovsky street, on the territory of possession 6, near building 2 (South-West Administrative District – for physical culture and sports association “Youth of Moscow”);

– a specialized sports and recreation center for physical education and sports for people with disabilities (Kolomensky proezd, possession 13);

– track and field arena for sports school number 82 (Engineering Street, possession 5a);

– VMH Velodrome (Angarskaya Street, possession 45);

– sports complex with a swimming pool (Izmailovsky Boulevard, ownership 75/17);

– multifunctional health and recreation center (Tushinskaya street, possession 16).

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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