11 new sport centers to be built in Kazakh region
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 25
By Rashid Shirinov – Trend:
More than 1,000 children from low-income families will be able to do sports for free in 11 sports centers to be built in Kazakhstan’s Karaganda Region in the next four years, Kazinform reported referring to the press service of the region’s administration.
"For the development of sports infrastructure, three sports and recreation complexes are now under construction in Karkaraly and Abay cities. These facilities will be commissioned in 2019,” head of the region’s physical culture and sports department Dmitry Karpov said.
Meanwhile, the construction of a sports complex in Shet district should be completed in November.
“Next year, a 50-meter swimming pool and a wrestling center will be built in Karaganda, and a sports and recreation complex will appear in Temirtau city,” Karpov added. "Moreover, sports centers with swimming pools will be built in Shakhtinsk and Jezkazgan by 2020."
Karpov stressed that all facilities will be designed to ensure that people with disabilities can attend them.
In total, 11 sports and recreation centers will be put into operation in the Karaganda region by 2022. As many as 1,100 children from socially protected segments of the population will be able to train in them free of charge.