Source Pravda.Ru

16 countries to attend 6th international exhibition "Sportclub-2003" in Moscow

The 6th international exhibition Sportclub-2003 will be attended by 16 countries.

Sportclub-2003, the Russian largest exhibition of sports gear, sports and active recreation equipment and services, will be held in Moscow on May 21-24.

Sport gear producers from Austria, Belarus, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, China, Pakistan, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, Estonia, Latvia and Scandinavian countries will attend the exhibition.

As the organizers of the exhibition say, Russian companies have received most of the exhibition's places. "We have the right to purchase an imported product, only if it is not produced in Russia," deputy chairman of the Moscow Sports Committee Yuri Nagornykh said.

The exhibition features sports gear, equipment, outfits, footwear, food, literature and training manuals on 54 kinds of sport. An individual place at the exhibition has been assigned to companies producing diagnostics, athlete rehabilitation, medical and doping control facilities.

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