Moscow ski-track-2014

Moscow ski-track-2014

February 9 a traditional public competition “Moscow ski-track-2014” took place on the base of trade-union opympic training sport center “Planernoe”. The competition was organized by the Moscow government, Moscow department of physical culture and sport, Moscow federation of trade-unions and the edit
February 9 a traditional public competition “Moscow ski-track-2014” took place on the base of trade-union opympic training sport center “Planernoe”. The competition was organized by the Moscow government, Moscow department of physical culture and sport, Moscow federation of trade-unions and the editorial office of the newspaper “Moskovskaya Pravda”. In the framework of the event teams from more than 50 universities of Moscow selected the best bidders to participate in XXVI Moscow sport games for students. The ski-race select team of RUDN University under the guidance of it’s coach Sergeev Roman Petrovich took part in that competition. The results of the team competitions between university students will be announced later.
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