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Careful Skiing Campaign Started At the Rosa Khutor Resort In Sochi
16.04.2017 12:06
Careful Skiing Campaign Started At the Rosa Khutor Resort In Sochi

A special campaign aimed at raising the culture of careful skiing and reducing child injuries was launched at the “Rosa Khutor” resort in Sochi, according to the administration of the resort city. Within the frame of the campaign the resort will provide free helmets to the fans of mountain skiing and snowboarding under 14 years old. One can get a helmet near the ski lift “Olympia” on the Mzymta square in a building with a sign saying “Rental”. It does not matter whether a child is skiing using his/her own equipment or the one from the rental.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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