CLIMBING OLYMPUS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM HELD AT FORUM OF YOUNG OLYMPIANS IN MOSCOW
The Children of Asia International Committee held Climbing Olympus Educational Program as part of the 5th International Forum of Young Olympians. The event took place on June 1 at the Luzhniki Sports Arena in Moscow.
Climbing Olympus brought together more than 200 participants from regions of Russia, as well as 70 participants from Asia and Europe. Cartoon about the Olympic values, introduction to the history of the Children of Asia Games and interactive test were the part of the program. Guests and participants of the Forum, including foreigners, actively asked questions about the importance of relationships and fair play. The most active participants were presented with memorable branded gifts from the Children of Asia International Committee.
Forum participant Mr. Kirill Emelyanov shared his impressions about the program:
“I think this is a great project, we discussed a lot of interesting topics, got a lot of new information that we will need in the future. And most importantly, it was fun and understandable for young generation. Such events are very motivating and instill a culture in sports between athletes from different countries, because everyone has their own traditions, their own characteristics, the main thing is respect for each other.”
Recall that Climbing Olympus Educational Program was first held at the 2nd Winter Children of Asia International Sports Games in Kuzbass. The project is aimed at promoting the Olympic principles, familiarizing with the history of the Children of Asia Games and strengthening friendship between athletes.