Date: 8 months ago   Category: Society

The authorities expect to increase a share of the Russians who are regularly playing sports - RIA Novosti, 9/27/2018

MOSCOW, 27 Sep — RIA Novosti. The share of Russians who regularly play physical culture and sports by 2024 has to increase by 18% in comparison with 2017 and make 55%, the press service of the Government of the Russian Federation has reported. © RIA Novosti / Alexander Vilf Pereyti in an image bank the Deputy Prime Minister Golodets has discussed development of mass sport in Russia with professionals" By 2024 achievement, in particular, of the following indicators is planned: a share of the citizens who are systematically playing physical culture and sport — 55% (growth by 18% to the level of 2017)" — it is said in the statement. The share of the citizens of advanced age who are systematically playing physical culture and sport by 2024 will make not less than 25%, now this indicator is by 5,2%, have noted in the press service. The share of the workers who are engaged according to programs of sports preparation in the organizations of physical culture and sport of departmental accessory will be equal to 80% by 2024, have specified in the press service.



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