Ex­treme sports fans gather in Shahdag

Azer News - - Country Guide - By La­man Is­may­ilova

The Shahdag Win­ter and Sum­mer Tourism Com­plex has once again opened its doors for all ur­ban cul­ture and ex­treme sports fans.

Ur­ban Fes­ti­val, aim­ing to pro­mote col­or­ful leisure and sport ac­tiv­i­ties and coun­try's tourism, brought to­gether more than 160 chil­dren from Azer­bai­jan, Turkey, Iran, France, the United Arab Emi­rates, Ge­or­gia, Rus­sia and Morocco.

Var­i­ous events, com­pe­ti­tions, shows, mas­ter classes and train­ings with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of spe­cial­ists from Ger­many, Ge­or­gia, the U.S. and Rus­sia were held for the youth with the as­sis­tance of the Cul­ture and Tourism Min­istry of Azer­bai­jan, Trend Life re­ported.

Through the as­sis­tance of ASAN Ser­vice, char­ity events were also held for chil­dren with phys­i­cal dis­abil­i­ties and from low-in­come fam­i­lies within the frame­work of the ASAN Mәk­tub project.

Ex­treme sports fans en­joyed com­pe­ti­tion among lo­cal skate­board­ers at the high­est jump, the race of MTB rid­ers on the ex­treme route, with a fin­ish line near a new graf­fiti drawn by rep­re­sen­ta­tives of Ur­ban Art Azer­bai­jan, ALL FOR ONE - dance cham­pi­onship 1 on 1 with­out frame­works in the choice of dance style and much more.

Through­out the fes­ti­val, the at­mos­phere was charged with hot mu­sic by DJ Twist and DJ Kil­laJazz.

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