Children's hockey camp opens in «Barkhatnye sezony»


Hockey training camp «JUNIOR» for individual training of hockey players opens in the city-hotel «Barkhatnye sezony» on June 3.

During the month, 120 young hockey players will stay in the largest hotel in Russia «Barkhatnye sezony» and train with leading Russian coaches at the Bolshoy Ice Palace.
«We are glad to welcome the Olympic future of the country in the city-hotel «Barkhatnye sezony». I am sure that training at Olympic venues will help young athletes to open the way to big sports, show the way to the realization of dreams. Here they will be able to fully experience the high tension and intensity of wrestling, demonstrate willpower and resilience, show friendly mutual assistance and make new reliable friends,» said Elena Zaritskaya, head of the Omega Center.

The guys will be coached by Chelyabinsk coaches: Honored Master of Sports Valery Nikulin, who previously played for the Tractor and Magnitogorsk teams; master of Sports Alexander Borodulin; former Belarusian hockey player Master of sports Konstantin Turkovsky; Tractor striker, and now coach of the Angara hockey team Evgeny Galkin.

Young hockey players came to the summer sports camp from all over the country having passed a very tough selection. The guys should have been playing in sports teams for several years and have a certain level of athletic training.

«The training program in Sochi is very rich. During the shift, which lasts 9 days, young hockey players will have to work out 14 hours of training on the ice, go through 8 hours of functional training in the gym and work on flexibility for 8 hours,» said Timur Hamidullin, general director of the camp.
The tasks set by the coaches for their wards include: improvement of skating technique, stick and puck technique, study of tactical schemes, development of leadership qualities and team cohesion of the team.

Hockey training camp «JUNIOR» is an individual training camp for hockey players. It is designed to promote self-improvement, the formation of a healthy lifestyle, professional self-determination, the development of physical, intellectual and moral abilities, and the achievement of the highest level of hockey skills.