For the first time the world hand-to-hand fighting championship among adults is being held in Tashkent. On 6 June, the opening ceremony of the competition took place.
Today, a video conference was held on strengthening preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 under the leadership of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Minister of Tourism and Sports Aziz Abdukhakimov.
The VI World Championship in hand-to-hand fighting in the history of international arenas is held for the first time in our country.
The modern agrocluster Silverleafe, together with its partner companies, is organizing the country's first "Charity Football Game" to raise funds for the Ezgu Amal Charitable Foundation. All funds collected for invitations to the event, as well as sponsorship from companies, go to the treatment of children with cancer who are under the direct care of the foundation.
Within the framework of the concluded Memorandum between the Ministry of Preschool Education, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, the Cycling Federation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), 13 pilot preschool educational organizations in Tashkent were provided modern balance bikes (without pedal bicycles for children) for pupils. The main advantage of the balance bike is that it is easier for small children to learn how to maintain balance, which further contributes to an easier transition to a regular bike.
On 31 May 2021 in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), the Asian Boxing Championship among men and women ended, in which 150 boxers took part, including 47 women out of 17 countries of Asia.
Sitora Turdibekova (-57 kg), a first-year student at the Faculty of Physical Education of Samarkand State University in the final of the Asian Boxing Championship in Dubai (UAE), defeated Vladislav Kukhta from Kazakhstan with a score of 5:0 and won the gold medal.
Uzbekistan U-21 won an international tournament in memory of Valery Lobanovsky.