Moscow Kickboxing Cup
From October 7-10, 2010, the Moscow Kickboxing Cup was held in Moscow, dedicated to the memory of employees of the Special Purpose Center of the FSB of Russia who died during a special operation in Beslan
October 7-10, 2010 the Moscow Kickboxing Cup was held, dedicated to the memory of employees of the Center for Special Purpose of the FSB of Russia who died during a special operation in Beslan. The tournament was held in the sections full contact and full contact with low kick. According to the Regulation, boys born in 1996 with qualifications no lower than the first sports rank and senior boys born in 1994-1995 took part in this competition. These athletes competed in the full contact section. In the full-contact section with low-kick, juniors and juniors born in 1992-1993 and adult athletes born in 1991 and older fought for medals.
149 athletes representing 30 sports clubs of Moscow, the Moscow region (Zhukovsky, Balashikha, Korolev, Zheleznodorozhny, Vysokovsk, Rumyantsevo) and the cities of Russia (Ivanovo, Vladikavkaz, Beslan) took part in the Moscow Cup.
It is especially pleasant that a team of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania arrived in the Traditional Memorial Tournament, consisting of ten athletes and two coaches.
Heads and employees of the Ryazansky municipal unit of the intracity municipality in Moscow, the deputy head of the Ryazansky district administration, arrived in Moscow passed the final part of the competition. Honored guests of the Tournament are employees of the Special Purpose Center of the FSB of the Russian Federation, veterans of the Vympel Special Purpose Group of the KGB of the USSR, Director General of the Russian Kickboxing Federation, Honored Coach of Russia, Honored Worker of Physical Culture Chernov Konstantin Konstantinovich Koroleva Nadezhda Nikolaevna, daughter of the legendary boxer, fourfold absolute USSR boxing champion, Honored Master of Sports of the USSR, Omsbonist Nikolai Fedorovich Korolev – rewarded the winners and prize-winners of iplomami, medals, cups. The prizes “For the best equipment”, “For the will to win” (digital cameras, digital photo frames, audio players, flash drives) were awarded to athletes who demonstrated the best technology and moral-volitional qualities.