The capital’s ‘Kamolot Yoshlar Boghi’ Recreation Park opens a season ‘Tashkent Urbania 2015.’ Young rollers, skateboarders, cyclists, parkour fans, break dance and hip hop performers have demonstrated their gusto and quest for excellence.
Positive tendency in life of modern young people is freedom from affective fixation to computer games and the Internet. Teenagers are going keen on new extreme urban sports.
“Competitions on urban sports got started in 2001, and since then is held annually,” says the events coordinator Aleksandr Polovnikov.
This year, along with competitions that are usually held in autumn, for the first time is organized a festival as a holiday of urban sports, during which the participants demonstrate their preparedness for the competitions. Many of those involved participate for the first time. Ten best of them were marked out by the jury, and received presents provided by Naitis Company.
The festival is charitable and implemented within the project ‘Tashkent Urbania 2015.’