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The Largest Swimming Pool in Europe has been Opened in Kislovodsk
25.11.2018 00:07
The Largest Swimming Pool in Europe has been Opened in Kislovodsk

The largest swimming pool in Europe has been opened in Kislovodsk on the basis of the “Yug Sport” Federal State Budgetary Institution.

      The branch of the “Yug Sport” centre in Kislovodsk is very important for the training of athletes of national teams, because it is the only sports and training centre in the country located at a middle altitude of over 1200 meters above the sea level.

      The size of the swimming pool is 33 x 25 meters, it has 13 lanes; the facility has been built in compliance with the requirements of the International Swimming Federation. The sports centre will make it possible to train future champions of Russia, Europe, the world and the Olympic Games under the unique conditions of middle altitude. The complete upgrading of the “Yug Sport” branch in Kislovodsk will be completed in 2019.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kislovodsk     

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