The main goal is to discuss topical issues of sports in Moscow and consistently develop a unified strategy for creating an urban sports environment. The first business breakfast was held on July 14.
The theme of the first meeting was formulated by the organizers as: "The potential for the development of mass sports events for schoolchildren. Creation of school sports clubs and school sports leagues".
During the discussion many topical issues related to bringing sports for schoolchildren to a more organized and professional level were discussed.
The participants discussed modern methods of training and development of sports personnel, international experience in organizing school sports leagues, interaction between commercial sports schools and state educational institutions. The discussion also touched upon other issues important for the effective preparation of future champions.
The meeting was attended by representatives of education authorities (SBEI APE "Patriot.Sports"), business representatives, journalists and professional athletes who know from personal experience how important a systematic approach to sports education is for schoolchildren.
Among others, Yevgeny Korotyshkin, a well - known Russian swimmer, Chairman of the Athletes ' Council of the All - Russian Swimming Federation, Director of the GBU SS Kosino, and Elena Radionova, a Russian figure skater, the first two - time World Junior Champion in women's single skating in 2013 and 2014, Master of Sports of Russia of international class spoke on the topic.
The meetings will be held every Wednesday until October. The discussions are based on large-scale sociological research. The purpose of the research was to establish the degree of involvement of citizens in physical culture and sports, as well as to determine "sporting needs" of Moscow residents and guests.
Meetings are held in Luzhniki Olympic complex. The participants will continue to discuss important and relevant topics related to the involvement of schoolchildren, students and other categories of Moscow residents in mass sports.