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21 October, 2019 11:32

FEI President paid two-day visit to Kazakhstan

Ingmar De Vos, current President of the International Federation for Equestrian Sports, visited Kazakhstan from 19 to 20 October as part of his first trip to Central Asian countries to discuss equestrian sports’ development within the region. He met with Berik Imashev, President of Kazakhstan’s Equestrian Sports Federation, Saken Musaibekov, Secretary-General of the National Olympic Committee, the National Paralympic Committee’s leadership, Olympic.kz informs.

FEI President paid two-day visit to Kazakhstan  | Strategy2050.kz

The FEI President toured equestrian sports clubs in Almaty and Almaty region, as well as took part in the award ceremony of the winners of Kazakh dressage and obstacle championships.

Ingmar De Vos is the thirteenth and current President of the International Federation for Equestrian Sports. He is also a member of the International Olympic Committee, the Council of the Global Association of International Sports Federations, and the Executive Committee of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

Kazakhstan had its first equestrian sports school open in 1956, bringing up multi-time champions of Asia, the World Cup and tournaments in equestrian sports, both domestically and internationally.

Marina Sechina, President of the Russian Equestrian Sports Federation, led a delegation within the FEI delegation.

The Kazakh and Russian Equestrian Sports Federations signed a cooperation memorandum to develop and promote the sport throughout the region.

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