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Its buildings house ice arenas, gyms, a swimming pool and a cafe.

A new multipurpose sports complex “Chkalov Arena” was put into operation on Letnaya Street. In its buildings it will be possible to practice figure skating, rhythmic gymnastics, hockey, and fencing. In addition, representatives of the Russian Automobile Federation will work there.

The complex with a total area of ​​about 32.7 thousand square meters consists of several functional blocks: an underground parking lot for 90 cars, a five-story center with arenas and halls for rhythmic gymnastics, a five-story building with ice arenas and a three-story building with premises of the Russian Automobile Federation and fencing halls …

“The Rhythmic Gymnastics Center is intended for training sessions and local competitions. It includes a universal gym, a rhythmic gymnastics room, a choreographic room, a fitness center with a health pool, a gym and a group exercise room. The main gymnasium is equipped with retractable blitcher stands, ”said the head Department of Urban Development Policy of Moscow Sergey Levkin

Hockey players and figure skaters will train on two ice arenas (60 by 30 and 26 by 56 meters). A choreographic and gymnasium, auxiliary rooms, as well as a small cafe were equipped for them.

A separate building was built at the Tushino airfield for a motor sports center. The Russian Automobile Federation will be located in his offices. There will also be fencing halls for three and nine lanes, a workshop for the repair of equipment, a buffet, a gym and conference rooms.

According to Sergei Levkin, 22 social infrastructure facilities have been commissioned in Moscow since the beginning of the year. The construction of eight kindergartens, three schools, six sports complexes, one cultural facility and two healthcare facilities has been completed.

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