On 2-4 October, Bukhara hosted the “II International Festival of Motorcycle Lovers”. More than 80 people took part in it.
In order to provide full support to our athletes preparing for licensing competitions and to encourage athletes who have received licenses for the Olympic Games, our government is carrying out large-scale work.
Despite the difficult epidemiological situation around the world, the sports sector continues to develop. Sports events and competitions are gradually starting to take place. One of these days one of these events will be held to improve the qualifications of sports judges (referees).
On 30 September, a plan for the preparation of the Judo Federation of Uzbekistan for the Asian Games Hangzhou-2022 and the Paris Olympic Games-2024 was considered. The event was attended by: the leadership of the National Olympic Committee, employees of the Ministry of Physical Culture and Sports, representatives of the Judo Federation of Uzbekistan.
An agreement was reached between Rostov and the Italian club Genoa on the transfer of the striker of the national team of Uzbekistan Eldor Shomurodov.
This year, the next congress of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) was to be held in Budapest and a new head of the organization was to be elected within the framework of the congress. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the event was canceled.
The World Taekwondo Federation is completing preparations for the General Assembly, which is to take place on 6 October this year. And the governing board is trying to adapt to the conditions of the pandemic.
The National Olympic Committee of Uzbekistan, together with the Ministry of Physical Culture and Sports, continues to consider projects for preparing national teams for the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games and Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Number one of Uzbekistan Denis Istomin began participating in the Challenger, which takes place in the city of Biella (Italy). It is noteworthy that our representative won in the very first match of the restart.