New logo, website of Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation presented (UPDATE)

Society Materials 3 March 2015 18:54 (UTC +04:00)

Details added (first version posted on 17:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, March 3
By Elchin Mehdiyev - Trend:

The new logo and website of the Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation was presented on Mar.3.

The presentation was held at the press conference dedicated to the Open Joint Azerbaijan Championship in Gymnastics to be held in the country on March 4-6.

Marketing director of the Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation, Sabri Gulmaliyev provided information about the new logo in the form of a flower.

"We decided that flower is the best symbol, since it is consonant with gymnastics," he said. "Like the gymnastics, flower is a symbol of novelty, beauty and health."

Moreover, Gulmaliyev said that the colors of the Caspian Sea and the ancient classical architecture of Baku were used in designing the logo.

He also provided information about the new website of Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation ( http://www.agf.az/ ).

Gulmaliyev added that while creating the website the main goal was to provide easy access to information for those interested in gymnastics and the Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation.

He said that the website consists of several sections and the main section presents the remarks of Azerbaijan's First Lady, President of Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation Mehriban Aliyeva.

Moreover, the links to the websites of the National Gymnastics Arena and Baku 2015 European Games are also available on the website, according to Gulmaliyev.

The visitors will also be able to get detailed information about the six types of gymnastics, as well as the national team and athelets.

Baku 2015 is the first ever European Games, an exciting and innovative multi-sport event for the continent which will take place on June 12-28, 2015.

There will be a total of 20 sports at Baku 2015: 16 Olympic sports and four non-Olympic sports. More than 6,000 athletes from across Europe will be representing their nations over 17 days of competition.

Baku was awarded the games by the European Olympic Committees (EOC) in December 2012.