A basketball court made of 20,000 pairs of recycled sneakers was opened in New Belgrade

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In Block 70, in New Belgrade, a basketball court made of 20,000 pairs of old recycled sneakers was opened., and next to the field, a renovated children’s playground and outdoor gym were opened.

Dušan Domović – Bulut, Sonja Vasić, Nenad Krstić, Igor Rakočević, Novica Veličković attracted the most attention at the opening ceremony, and other public figures, former and current basketball players, also attended.

On that occasion, Nenad Krstić stated that such fields mean a lot for the promotion of sports among children and youth, and that he believes that everyone who has played or is involved in sports should support such actions, because they are good for society, children above all, because children should be on the ground. Krstić also pointed out that the very idea of ​​making the surface of the terrain from recyclable sneakers is great and that he did not know until this action that it was possible at all.

Basketball player Igor Rakočević stated that he is always in the mood to respond to such events that promote sports, as well as that every example of this type is very important for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sports.


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