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According to the city website of Zajecar, after the construction of the football stadium is completed, it is planned to make an athletic stadium from the upcoming one where Timok now plays.
During his visit to Zajecar, the director of the Serbian Athletics Federation (SAS), Slobodan Brankovic, stated that there is no athletics track in Serbia and beyond where athletics competitions can be held, so it is important that the city of Zajecar gets an athletics track as soon as Zajecar children and all athletes Zajecar and recreational athletes, all fans of athletics had the opportunity to do athletics at a real athletic stadium, on a real athletics track that will be certified by world athletics. The Serbian Athletics Federation will donate a project with a bill of quantities and a budget to the city of Zajecar, with which it will be able to plan how and in what way to realize everything, by the end of this year.
Brankovic also says that the most important thing for him is that children in primary schools, high schools will be able to teach physical education at that stadium, on that athletic track, and to acquire the basics of physical culture, which is athletics and the queen of sports. which have existed since before the war.
The Mayor of Zajecar, Bosko Nicic, claims that it is now possible to realize the idea that has been discussed for ten years, thanks to the fact that the President and the Government of the Republic of Serbia have recognized that Zajecar should have a stadium according to the latest standards. and a serious athletic stadium, unique in this part, not only of Serbia, but of the entire region. He also stated that he is considering financing from European funds, as a cross-border cooperation project where they would include Bulgaria and Romania.
As part of the project, in addition to the construction of an athletics track, a space for long jump and high jump, discus throw, ball throw is also planned..
Source: Gradjevinarstvo.rs – VESTI by www.gradjevinarstvo.rs.
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