September 9 in the village of Rizdvyanni opened sports facility, owned by LLC "Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol." Its platform is a working visit to Izobilnensky Novoaleksandrovsky areas and visited the governor of Stavropol Territory Valery Gajewski.
Welcoming together with the CEO of "Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol ‘Alexei Zavgorodneva participants of the event, head of the region called the new pool a good example of social partnership, when big business is invested in social infrastructure, thinking not only about production and profits, but also about people.
Valery Gajewski noted that in the near future in the Stavropol region is not yet taking a similar holiday. In particular, this year after a 20-year hiatus, will begin work pool sports complex "Start" in Neftekumsk.
Right now formed a program for the development of physical culture and sports in the Stavropol region for 2013-2015, in which the territory file their applications. "The most active — will necessarily support — said the head of the region. — To the edge, as was the Olympic motto — "Faster, Higher, Stronger!"
At the ceremony were the red tape, and a symbolic key to the sports complex, and demonstrations of young swimmers.
Speaking to journalists, Valery Gajewski noted that although izobilnentsev pool Rizdvyanni — first, already developed documentation for a similar facility in the district center, the city Izobilny. Local leaders a recommendation to proceed with it.
— This is the health of our children, the ability to keep the shape of an adult, it’s sporting success of our region, — he stressed.
Today, in the Stavropol region in the sports sections swimming engaged 10,000 people. Two of our athletes are members of the national team in swimming, six — in diving. Stavropol champion in synchronized diving Evgeni Kuznetsov is the Olympic team and the country is preparing for the London Olympics in 2012.
This sport has the potential to develop, — said Valery Gajewski. He has promised to attach to an active physical training and sports of their colleagues in the provincial government: "To bellies were smaller, it was easier to move his brains."