Another Judo training center has opened. Now in Saborybad

On February 1, the opening of the Judo training center was opened in the city of Sabibad.

The event was attended by Deputy Head of the Executive branch of the Saborybad district, Jayran Khalilov, Vice-President of the Judo Azerbaijan Federation, Elnur Mammadley, ACF Secretary General Rashalla, adviser to ACF President Nick Bagirov, head of the district and sports department Nadir Guli, representatives public Saborybad and other officials. They got acquainted with the conditions created in the center.

It was noted that the new center will play an important role in the development of judo in Sabibad. The total area of ​​the overhaul of the training center is 322 sq.m. The training center has a doze (a judo class) and a physical training zone. Their area is 160 sq.m and 46 sq.m, respectively.

The judo training room is equipped with Taishan tatami, an official supplier of the Judo International Federation. The fitness center is also equipped with all the necessary equipment.

In the training center, all the necessary conditions for athletes have been created. In the center there is a gym, locker rooms for athletes, showers and bathrooms. The training center is also equipped with a modern heating system. Judo will be able to engage here up to 200 children, adolescents and youth.

On the day of the event for judokas from Saborybad, the master class was held by the winner of the World Cup Nick Bagirov.

ACF Vice President Elnur Mammadley said that the training center open in Saborybad is important in terms of popularizing judo in this area, promoting the physical and moral education of adolescents and youth, identifying talented athletes capable of becoming members of national teams in the future. According to vice president, ASF will further pay special attention to the construction and restoration of new judo halls in the regions.

It should be noted that the improvement of infrastructure for judo classes in the regions is one of the main areas of ACF. In addition to the halls for judo in Ganja, Agstafa and Saborybad, repair and construction work are also carried out in Sumgait, Zagatala and Gazaha. In addition, over the past year, ACF distributed about 3,000 tatami in more than 40 judo halls. During 2023, the Federation will continue to improve the material and technical base in other cities and regions.