Route: main entrance to Olympic Park – Olympic Square – Adler Arena – Fisht Stadium – Sochi Park – ...
President of the National Health League and Academician Leo Bokeria will be hosting the ‘10,000 Steps for Life’ initiative for everyone.
Route: main entrance to Olympic Park – Olympic Square – Adler Arena – Fisht Stadium – Sochi Park – main entrance to Olympic Park
The main objectives of the initiative are to raise the level of knowledge and awareness among the public about ways to take care of and improve your health, get people involved in active recreation, physical education, and sports, and help to create conditions for adhering to the principles of a healthy lifestyle as well as build the necessary infrastructure and develop walking routes.
Before the walk, specialists will check participants’ pulse and blood pressure at two mobile diagnostic facilities located near the starting area. Instructors from the Healthy Lifestyle and State Athletic Requirements League will hold a briefing.
The ‘10,000 Steps for Life’ initiative is based on WHO recommendations stating that a person should take 6,000–10,000 steps a day to maintain a minimum amount of normal physical activity.
According to the classification for the physical activity of healthy people, less than 5,000 steps a day means a person leads a ‘sedentary’ lifestyle. Walking 5,000–7,499 steps a day (the figure does not include sports and exercise) is considered ‘ineffective’. Walking 7500–9999 steps a day (including some exercise or walking and/or work that requires more walking) is considered ‘somewhat active’. Walking 10,000 or more steps per day means a person leads an ‘active’ lifestyle.
Entry is free! To get a commemorative participation certificate, you can register at the link – https://goo.gl/forms/ewXuu58AdeAPPUuB2
The mass run along the track of the Sochi Autodrom, which hosts the Russian Grand Prix of the Formula One racing series, has become one of the sport traditions of the Russian Investment Forum. This year it will be held under the motto ‘Sport for Everyone.’ The most athletic participants of the Russian Investment Forum as well as residents and guests of Sochi will take part in the run. Getting an energy boost from a morning jog in the fresh sea air in the company of interesting and athletic people is the best way to start the day and the Forum!
Two routes will be available for those taking part in the run. One is 5,555 metres long and the other is 11,111 metres (one and two circles, respectively).
You must register to take part in the run.
Electronic registration for the run will be open until 12:00 (Moscow time) on 13 February.
The chess tournament promises to be a stand-out event at the Forum. Among those pitting their wits against each other for the Roscongress Cup will be members of the political and business elites from Russia and abroad, renowned figures from the worlds of culture and sport, and representatives from a range of other fields.
The tournament is open to Premium Package participants, with admittance by invitation. For more information, visit the personal web office.
Ice hockey enjoys a great deal of popularity in Russia. Gala matches in this fast and exciting sport have consequently become an integral part of sporting programmes at economic forums held under the aegis of the Roscongress Foundation. This match is being sponsored by Novotrans. Prizes will be offered to all competitors, who will also benefit from being able to take the enjoyment and energy from the match into their work at the Forum.
Participation in the match is open to Premium Package participants, with admittance by invitation.