Combat Geyms (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2013)

The democratic transformation in the modern world gave impetus to the revival of national culture and folk traditions, including the system of physical education and sports people.
In many modern types of martial arts, included in the program of the Olympic Games, evident identity of national kinds of physical fitness, and many Olympic laureates began their career in the folk forms of struggle.
This phenomenon has not gone unnoticed. The initiative of a number of activists of the national martial arts who want to bring the art of fighting in their countries to the international sports community, was fully supported by many sports and cultural organizations -. IOC, UNESCO, GAYFS, the FILA, etc., and a number of national associations received official international recognition.

The democratic transformation in the modern world gave impetus to the revival of national culture and folk traditions, including the system of physical education and sports people.
In many modern types of martial arts, included in the program of the Olympic Games, evident identity of national kinds of physical fitness, and many Olympic laureates began their career in the folk forms of struggle.
This phenomenon has not gone unnoticed. The initiative of a number of activists of the national martial arts who want to bring the art of fighting in their countries to the international sports community, was fully supported by many sports and cultural organizations -. IOC, UNESCO, GAYFS, the FILA, etc., and a number of national associations received official international recognition.

The democratic transformation in the modern world gave impetus to the revival of national culture and folk traditions, including the system of physical education and sports people.
In many modern types of martial arts, included in the program of the Olympic Games, evident identity of national kinds of physical fitness, and many Olympic laureates began their career in the folk forms of struggle.
This phenomenon has not gone unnoticed. The initiative of a number of activists of the national martial arts who want to bring the art of fighting in their countries to the international sports community, was fully supported by many sports and cultural organizations -. IOC, UNESCO, GAYFS, the FILA, etc., and a number of national associations received official international recognition.