1968 Olympian Inspires Local Track Camp Participants
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1968 U.S. Olympian Norman Tate was recently a guest at a youth track camp run by four-time Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs, who calls the Hellertown area home. The camp was held over four days at Saucon Valley High School earlier this month.
This week the eyes of the world are on the Games of the XXXII Olympiad which just opened in Tokyo, and among those who are watching is Olympic long jumper Norman Tate, who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
Tate visited the Hellertown area earlier this month as a guest of Joetta Clark Diggs, whose Determined to Reach Your Destiny Speed, Agility & Track Camp for kids at Saucon Valley High School.
The camp, which drew about 50 participants from elementary, middle and high school, was sponsored by Surre Goldberg Henry & Associates, NYINI Luxury, Crum & Forster and TheCurrnt.com Jewelry.
Diggs–herself a four-time Olympian–recently spoke about her experiences on and off the track in a No Rain Date podcast interview with Saucon Source publisher Josh Popichak.
At 79, her friend Tate is still active in the world of track & field as a coach at New Jersey’s Rowan University, and he said he’s always available to help Clark Diggs’ young campers.
Speaking to the campers during a mid-day break in the gym on what was a sweltering July day, Tate told them always to remember “the main thing.”
“The main thing is to keep the main thing, the main thing,” he said. “It applies to everything.”
“When you come to practice, that’s the main thing,” he explained. “When you’re in the classroom, that’s the main thing. That’s where your focus should be. You shouldn’t have any other distractions.”
Tate said it means a lot to him to be able to give back to young people after the success he has experienced in his life. That’s especially true because growing up, he said he didn’t have the exposure to talent that some kids and parents today might take for granted.
“Sometimes a little attention goes a long way,” he said. “I think it’s important for our young people to have people who give them attention, and who they can look up to.”
“I think we need more mentorship from our older athletes,” he added.
Former U.S. Olympic long jumper Norman Tate speaks to young campers at Saucon Valley High School earlier this month. Tate is a friend of Joetta Clark Diggs, the four-time U.S. Olympian and local resident who hosted the four-day camp.
Asked to share some of his thoughts about this year’s Olympic Games, which were delayed a year and are now taking place under the lingering shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, Tate expressed cautious enthusiasm for them.
“It’s going to be a different Olympics,” he remarked, because the virus “is still a scary thing to have to deal with.”
He said the fact that there won’t be any spectators to cheer for athletes from their home countries could also be a psychological factor for some on the field of competition.
Spectators are banned from attending Olympic events due to the risk of contagion.
Tate said he’ll have his eyes on American women Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad in the 400 meter hurdles at the Tokyo Games, predicting theirs will be “a very competitive race.”
He said he’s also looking forward to watching American Rai Benjamin and Norway’s Karsten Warholm compete in the men’s 400 meter hurdles at Tokyo.
“That’s going to be a very competitive race,” he said. “It’s still going to be a very competitive Olympics.”
Track camp participants pose for a photo in the SVSD stadium bleachers with Joetta Clark Diggs and other camp coaches.
Saucon Valley rising senior Emma Szydlow, who will also no doubt be watching the Tokyo Games, said the camp had already helped her improve her running.
Having participated in track and cross country since seventh grade, Szydlow said she appreciated getting tips on her form from former top U.S. track stars.
“Each one, teach one. I really believe that,” said Tate.
“Even kids that may never go further than high school track, they’ll never forget this,” he said, though he added, “hopefully we may have motivated some potential Olympians today.”
“I’m doing something that I like doing,” said former Olympian Norman Tate, who at 79 is still coaching the track stars of tomorrrow at Rowan University in New Jersey. “I don’t look at it as a job.”
Participants in the track camp run by former U.S. Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs compete in a relay race on the Saucon Valley School District Stadium track. Pictured at left is guest speaker/coach Norman Tate, who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. “Never give up. Dreams come true,” he told campers. “But you have to make it happen.”
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Triangle Rock Club’s Track Out Camps
Track Out Camps with Triangle Rock Club combine adventure, education, and experiential learning into our full-day programs! We’re located in North Raleigh, convenient to Cary, Apex, and Raleigh.
Voted “2019 Readers’ Favorite,” by Carolina Parent, our Track Out Camps operate on a rotating-theme schedule to ensure that content is always fresh, interesting and compelling for campers!
Our campers enjoy mornings of climbing, group games, team building activities, detailed instruction and more. After lunch, it’s time for “Beyond the Climb,” a segment of the day where campers work to set weekly goals and participate in an educational segment related to that week’s theme.
Whether your child is a seasoned climber or brand new to the sport, our Track Out Camps are sure to provide everyone with a week filled with incredible memories! Track Out Camps are geared toward ages 6+ and are booked by the week only and not available for partial weeks or single-day bookings.
We are always happy to chat and help with anything you may need! Email [email protected] for more information.
- Cost: $225/week for non-members, $200/week for members
- Ages: Grades 1-8, minimum age 6
- Schedule: 9am-4pm, with early arrival and extended stay care available
- Early Arrival Care: 8am-9am ($30/week)
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- Siblings registered for the same week and camp receive $25 discount
|Camp will be a mix of team and event specific dynamics. All groups will come together at the beginning, middle, and end of each day to cover topics revolving around college athletics, team bounding, individual growth, history, and recovery modalities. The rest of the time will be spent with the event specific coaches focusing on technical development, event specific drilling, video review, technical discussions. Group activities may include water day, pool, scavenger hunt.||
Pole Vaulters will be provided training routed in fundamentals, with special focused on drilling and training apparatuses that will insure development. Specialized time will also be spent on helping the athletes develop a firm understanding of the event and its nuances.
Songs of eagles
Music and lyrics by A. Valeeva
Children of the “Eaglet”
Music by O.Yudakhina, words by I. Zhiganov
Riddle of “Eaglet”
Music by O. Yudakhina, lyrics by I. Zhiganov
Star of “Eaglet”
Music by A. Knyazeva, words by L. Baldina
Music by A. Pakhmutova words by N. Dobronravov
Music and lyrics by O.Sakhinova
Music and lyrics by N. Farafonov
Summer in Orlyonok
Music by A.Knyazeva, words by L. Baldina
Eaglets of Russia
Music by Y. Chichkov, lyrics by K. Ibryaev
Eaglets learn to fly
Music A. Pakhmutova, lyrics by N. Dobronravov
Music and lyrics by A. Valeeva
Song about “Zvezdny”
Music and lyrics by S.Prasolova
Song about Russia
Music and lyrics by Y. Taran
Letter to the Eaglet
Music and lyrics by V.Morozova
Music by A. Kozintsev lyrics by G. Rostanets
Music and lyrics by A.Stikhareva
Summer is bright again
Music and words of eaglets “Komsomolsky Vestnik”
Gather your friends to the “Eaglet”
Music by O. Yudakhina, words by I. Zhiganov
Music and lyrics by N. Chernykh
Music by O.Yudakhina, lyrics by I. Zhiganov
It’s good that there is “Eaglet”
Music and lyrics by V. Garkavi
Music and lyrics by V.Egorova
Hm F # m
First days and first nights
Children are playing pranks not wanting to sleep.
Em F # Hm
Three o’clock in the morning, however tired
Em F #
You have time to look at me.
Shyly afraid to look in your eyes
Remembering your failures.
You know, counselor, you have to endure
The change will take place, then we will cry!
Em F #
No way back –
I am a counselor, you are a counselor,
But by the fire in the night
Tell me, don’t be silent.
Believe, friend, you are a counselor,
The guys are following you.
But do not be silent by the fire in the night.
Cold morning, rain and wind,
In a hoarse voice, declare “Rise”.
And, cursing almost everything in the world,
You shout “Squad, we are going to charge”!
Someone starts to get sick again,
An offended boy got into a fight with someone.
You know, counselor, you have to endure
The change will take place, then we will cry!
Word by deed the days flew by,
The day of parting means it’s time.
Time of separation and time of loss.
City. Bus. And everyone goes home.
You do not have time to finish singing the song.
It’s a pity, only the shift cannot be returned …
You know, counselor, you don’t have to endure.
Cry, because now it is possible!
pub-pam …. (1st part of the chorus)
No way back
Believe, my friend, that you are a counselor!
But do not be silent by the fire in the night . ..
Don’t be silent …. don’t be silent …
MU SSHOR No. 3 Yaroslavl
Sports School of the Olympic Reserve No. 3 named after V.I. Rusanova
The school was founded on 01.10.1961 and is one of the oldest sports schools in the city, has its glorious traditions and highly qualified coaching staff. For all these years, the sports school has trained: 2 honored masters of sports, 5 masters of sports of international class, 26 masters of sports and more than 7,254 athletes-discharges. The sports bases of the school are located in all districts of the city of Yaroslavl. Training is carried out in Russian.
At present, they are undergoing sports training at the MU SSHOR No. 3 named afterIN AND. Rusanova:
1 Honored Master of Sports of Russia, 6 Masters of Sports of Russia of international class, 15 Masters of Sports of Russia, 868 sportsmen-discharges. More than 4500 athletes of the school annually take part in 200 sports events of various levels in sports. Annual summer city health and country camps, training camps are held. Athletes by sports: freestyle (acrobatics), speed skating (short track), bullet shooting, polyathlon, cross-country skiing are part of the national teams of the Russian Federation.
Over the past seven years, the sports school has become the winner and multiple prize winner of the competition of the Fund for Support of the Olympians of Russia; nominations “The best organization providing sports training.” In 2019, MU SSHOR No. 3 named after IN AND. Rusanova became the bronze medalist of the regional review-competition for the best formulation of training work for the preparation of a sports reserve and high-class athletes.
V MU SSHOR No. 3 named after IN AND. Rusanov, 10 sports training programs are being implemented: “cross-country skiing”, “speed skating (short track)”, “orienteering”, “freestyle”, “snowboard”, “biathlon”, “bullet shooting”, “polyathlon”, “skateboarding “And” curling “.
The total number of people engaged on a budgetary basis is 1395 people:
Cross-country skiing – 494 people.
Speed skating (including short track speed skating) – 182 people.
Orienteering – 95 people.
Freestyle – 82 people.
Snowboard – 47 people.
Biathlon – 185 people.
Bullet shooting – 143 people.
Polyathlon – 79 people.
Skateboarding – 45 people.
Curling – 43 people.
Base camp, climbing Kalapattar (5644) – book the tour
The standard option for this day is a radial acclimatization excursion to the beautiful viewpoints in the vicinity of Namche Bazaar and return back. But, firstly, the radial will not advance us on the path to Everest.Secondly, we can see more than with the standard approach. There is plenty to do in the Sherpa capital in the evening of this day, but it is unwise to allow yourself to relax too much at the beginning of the hike. On the way back, please. We will return to Namche, and there will be more oxygen in our blood to digest the solemn banquet on the occasion of the successful completion of trekking! We offer a reasonable alternative. So, after the obligatory acclimatization ascent, we descend not to Namche at 3440, but in Phorts Tenga at 3600.The 160 meter difference is not as significant as the operational advantage gained. Explanations on this diagram:
By the alternative “green” path we go to Everest, we return by the massive “yellow” path.
Lower, the main trail runs through Kenzumu and Tengboche to Pangboche. The bulk of trekkers goes along it to Everest. And the same way back. In high season, there are literally queues on this stretch. In order not to walk back and forth and see more, we chose the upper one, through Syangboche, Mong and Phortse.The trails will converge at Pangboche. The upper one is only three kilometers long and in total gains 100 m more height. This is much smaller than the circle from Namche, so a handicap is obtained. In addition, from the upper trail, we have an excellent view of the eight-thousander Cho Oyu, which those walking along the lower one are deprived of. The views from above are generally better! We use the resulting head start at about 2 o’clock to arrive early in Dingboche. This will allow you to better recuperate. The sights of the lower trail – the famous French cafe and the Dawa Choling Gompa monastery in Tengboche – we will have time to visit on the way back from the Everest Base Camp.
So! We’ll have breakfast, at 8 am we go up. After a couple of hours we drink tea on the terrace of the famous Everest View hotel in Syangboche. The panorama there is appropriate. Then we go down the large Sherpa village of Kumjung, visit the local monastery, located at the edge of a 500-year-old juniper grove. The scalp of a real yeti is kept in the monastery! Then we will have a short descent and a long ascent to Mong – the birthplace of the flying llama.
In Mong, at an altitude of 3960, we will spend as much time as possible sitting on the grass and exploring the vast expanses of Upper Solukhumbu.Volunteers will be asked to gain another hundred meters for prevention.
Slightly hungry for dinner, we will begin a 350-meter descent in Phortse Tenga, in the gorge of the Milk River (Dudh Kosi), which feeds on the longest Nepalese glacier Ngozumba, which, in turn, collects ice from the southern slopes of Cho Oyu (8200) and Gyachung Kanga (7956) – the most, for a minute, the highest 7-thousander on Earth. There are no suites in Phortz Tenga, as in Namche, but you can track musk deer.
Trekking to the base camp K2 – Mountain Guide
Day 1. Arrival in Islamabad, transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon, a mandatory briefing at the Pakistani Tourism Ministry.
Day 2. Flight to the city of Skardu – the capital of traditions. Legend has it that the city was once called Iskandria and was founded by Alexander the Great.
Day 3 Transfer to the village of Askole. In the morning we board the jeeps and begin an unforgettable trip to the beginning of the trekking (6-7 hours). The Shigar Valley is famous for its numerous orchards. On the way along the Braldu river, views of Mango Guzor and Bakhor Das with a height of about 6000m open.Askole (3050m) – the last stronghold of civilization on the way to K-2, the first overnight stay in tents. Here we meet our porters.
Day 4. Trek to Jula. Early in the morning we start our first day of trekking with porters. Following the Braldu river, we pass the village of Ascoli and after three hours we reach Korofan (3100m) and after another two hours we arrive at the Jula camp
Day 5. Payu. This is a hike in hilly terrain, sometimes with a narrow path paved along the cliffs. The trail climbs up to a place overlooking the Baltoro Glacier.In the East – an unforgettable panorama of the Cathedral and Broad Peak towers. Camp Payiu (3584m) is located in a small grove of willows and poplars, a stream with fresh water flows through it. The journey will take 4-5 hours.
Day 6. Rest day.
Day 7. Kobursai (4000m). An hour and a half after leaving we reach the Baltoro glacier. This is one of the largest glaciers on Earth, stretching for 62 km and having an area of more than 750 thousand square kilometers. The glacier is covered with stones, so no special equipment is required to move along it.Continuously gaining altitude for three hours, we come to the South side of the glacier. Along the way, we see spectacular views of Payu Peak, the Granite Towers of the Trango Massif with the Nameless Tower rising to a height of 6300m. Camp Kobursai (3900m) is located on a flat sandy area at the edge of the glacier. 5-6 hours of trekking.
Day 8. Urdukas. The first two hours we walk continue along the moraine. From the opposite side of the Baltoro glacier – a view of Payu peak, Choricho (6648m), Uli Biaho, Trango massif towers, Cathedrals and Biale (6670m)
Day 9. Track in Goro. 5:00.
Day 10. Concordia. 4-5 hours trekking (4422m). As you ascend, Gasherbrum-4 (7960m) opens with Gasherbrum-2 peeping out from behind its right slope. More breathtaking views await us in Concordia, from where we See K-2 (8611m), Broad Peak, Golden Throne (7316m), Meter Peak (6014m) and many others ..
Day 11. Trekking day to the Base Camp K-2.
Day 12. Rest day. By prior arrangement, you can try to climb Camp-1 K2 (6000m, you need special equipment).
Day 13. Trekking in Urdukas.
Day 14. Trekking to Kobursai.
Day 15. Trekking in Jula
Day 16. Trekking in Ascoli.
Day 17. By jeep to Skardu. A 6-8 hour trip takes you through many picturesque villages. This part of Baltistan is greener and more prosperous than on the way to Ascoli.
Day 18. Flight back to Islamabad.
Day 19. Departure.
Trek to Everest base camp through two passes and Gokio lakes
Day one, April 18 . Arrival in Kathmandu, meeting with me at the airport. Transfer to the booked hotel in the central part of Kathmandu (the hotel is a 15-minute walk from the ancient historical part of the city). Delivery of samples for the PCR test (an employee of a private clinic will take them from us right at the hotel). General organizational meeting, rest time after arrival.
Day two, April 19 . After breakfast – a walk through the historic part of the city (you may have to walk separately if moving by large companies is prohibited, but I will help you with advice on where to walk; everything is within walking distance).In the afternoon, we receive the results of the PCR tests. It is better to go to bed early, because at night you will have to leave for the airport.
Day 3, April 20 . Night rise and transfer about 3 hours to Ramechap airport, where we need to be early in the morning and from where we have a flight to Lukla. Yes, yes, to that very Lukla, about the runway of which you probably watched the video on YouTube 🙂 After a successful landing and breakfast, we will have a walk to Phagding (2610 m). Daily mileage 9 km, climb 100 m, drop 300 m, maximum altitude per day 2840 m.
Day 4 , April 21 . Acclimatization day in Phagding, radial hike to the Buddhist monastery and to the observation point 3500 meters high, from where you can see the Kondé ridge, Kusum Kanguru and other peaks. Daily mileage 10 km, climb 900 m, drop 900 m, maximum daily altitude 3500 m, overnight stay 2610 m.
Day 5, April 22 . Trekking to Namche (3450 m). The last stronghold of civilization 🙂 Daily mileage 11 km, climb 850 m, drop 0 m, maximum altitude 3450 m per day, overnight stay 3450 m.
Day 6, April 23 . Acclimatization day in Namche. Radial hike to the Sherpa villages of Khunde and Kumjung (3840 m), visiting Buddhist temples in Namche and Kumjung, climbing the observation point (4200 m) overlooking the Kondé ridge, Everest and Lhotse, peaks Ama Dablam, Kantega, Tamserku and Kusum Kanguru massif . .. Daily mileage 10 km, climb 750 m, drop 750 m, maximum altitude per day 4200 m, overnight stay 3450 m.
Day 7, April 24 .Trekking to the village of Tame (3800 m). The road goes through a beautiful fir forest. Breathe in the tarry air, there will be no more trees 🙂 Daily mileage 12 km, climb 350 m, drop 100 m, maximum altitude per day 3800 m, overnight stay 3800 m.
Day 8, April 25 . Early night rise, and already at 4.30. we go on an acclimatization ascent along the trail leading to Sander Peak, up to an altitude of about 5000 m. Admiring the panorama, including the eight-thousanders Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu.Daily mileage 8 km, climb 1200 m, altitude drop 1200 m, maximum daily altitude 5000 m, overnight stay at 3800 m.
Day 9, April 26 . Trekking to the Lungden village (4380 m). Daily mileage 13 km, climb 580 m, drop 50 m, maximum daily altitude 4380 m, overnight stay at 4380 m.
Day 10, April 27 . Another night rise. Departure at 4.00. Today we have to climb the first pass – Renjo La, 5360 meters.From here one of the best views of Everest and neighboring peaks opens up. Descent from the pass – to the village of Gokio. Daily mileage 12 km, climb 1000 m, altitude drop 570 m, maximum altitude per day 5360 m, overnight stay at an altitude of 4790 m.
Day 11, April 28 . A rest day in Gokyo, for those who wish – a walk to the upper lakes (5200 m), or a radial hike to the Sumna La pass (5400 m), or an ascent to a view point between the fourth and fifth lakes (you can climb up to an altitude of 5600 m).Daily mileage 12-18 km, climb 400-800 m, altitude drop 400-800 m, maximum altitude per day – let’s not guess, overnight stay at an altitude of 4790 m.
Day 12, April 29 . Early in the morning – climb to the top of Gokyo Ri (5360 m), from where a beautiful view of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu and other “loud” peaks opens, as well as the turquoise lakes below. After descent from Gokyo Ri – trek across the glacier to the Dragnak village (4700 m). Daily mileage 8 km, climb 570 m, drop 660 m, maximum altitude per day 5360 m, overnight stay at an altitude of 4700 m.
Day 13, April 30 . Crossing the Cho La pass (5330 m). Today we will “eat up” a lot of stone talus. We also have a short trek through a closed glacier (a closed glacier is ice covered with snow). Descent from the pass – to the village of Dzongla (4830 m). Daily mileage 9 km, climb 630 m, altitude drop 500 m, maximum altitude per day 5330 m, overnight stay at an altitude of 4830 m.
Day 14, May 1 . Trekking to Gorak Shep (5140 m).From here it is already a stone’s throw to Everest Base Camp. Above – only snow and ice. Daily mileage 13 km, climb 350 m, drop 50 m, maximum daily altitude 5140 m, overnight stay at 5140 m.
Day 15, May 2. Early in the morning – ascent to Cala Patar (5550 m). We have never seen Sagarmatha so close. After descent from Cala Patara – radial hike to Everest base camp, and after lunch trek down to Lobuche (4900 m). Daily mileage 10 km, climb 550 m, drop 800 m, maximum daily altitude 5550 m, overnight stay at 4900 m.
Day 16, May 3. Trekking to Tengboche (3860 m) along the classic shortest path, towards the lines of tourists and caravans of yaks. In Tengboche – visit to the old monastery. Daily mileage 16 km, climb 250 m, drop 1050 m, maximum daily altitude 4900 m, overnight stay at 3860 m.
Day 17, May 4. Trekking to Mongjo (2830 m). Daily mileage 12 km, climb 400 m, drop 1300 m, maximum daily altitude 3860 m, overnight stay at 2830 m.
Day 18, May 5. Walking to Lukla. Daily mileage 12 km, climb 230 m, altitude drop 230 m, maximum daily altitude 2840 m, overnight stay at 2840 m.
Day 19, May 6. Flight to Kathmandu. Accommodation in a pre-booked hotel. Delivery of samples for PCR test . Free time in Kathmandu.
Day 20, May 7. Rest day in Kathmandu. If you wish, you can go to Boudanakh and Pashupatinakh, visit Patan, Durbar Square, Swayambudnakh.
The same day can be used as a backup in case of bad weather and delayed departure from Lukla.
Day 21, 8 May . You are taking a taxi to the airport on your own, today you will have an international flight from Kathmandu to your home. It is better to take return tickets for the evening in order to have an additional reserve in case of delays in departure from Lukla.
Note on the program: The program is calculated based on the average speed of movement on the track under relatively favorable weather conditions and with the well-being of the participants.If the group goes slower than the planned schedule or if the weather is unfavorable, then we may have to shorten the program on separate points, abandoning some parts of the route. We will make a decision taking into account the general opinion of the participants, but the final word remains with me.
Leader songs | The main portal of the Moscow State Pedagogical University
This section contains modern songs, the authors of which are counselors. The content of the songs presented is aimed at the formation and strengthening of the values of friendship, cooperation, health, family, love and loyalty, justice, honor, patriotism, traditional for Russian culture, and can also be dedicated to the memory of famous people of our country, about counselors, about a camp, about public association.Songs have experience of performance on the basis of a camp (profile shift, forum) or within the framework of the activities of a public association.
Vanskova Elena Leonidovna, Stavropol branch of the Moscow State Pedagogical University, Stavropol Territory
Grishaev Alexander Konstantinovich, SPO Unity. Republic of Mordovia
Grishaev Alexander Konstantinovich, SPO Unity. Republic of Mordovia
Kostina Kristina Yurievna, Stavropol branch of Moscow State Pedagogical University, Stavropol Territory (MP3)
Kostina Kristina Yurievna, Stavropol branch of the Moscow State Pedagogical University, Stavropol Territory (MP4)
Podurueva Oksana Viktorovna DSOOTS Lazurny, Nizhny Novgorod Region
Podurueva Oksana Viktorovna DSOOTS Lazurny, Nizhny Novgorod Region (MP3)
Rychkova Marina Nikolaevna, MBOU Secondary School No. 2, Stavropol Territory
Rychkova Marina Nikolaevna, MBOU Secondary School No. 2, Stavropol Territory (WAV)
Tyurina Elena Viktorovna, MOU CHSOSH, Vologda region
Khokhlova Elena MikhailovnaBalakhna
Khokhlova Elena Mikhailovna, MBU DO DOOC Dzerzhinets, Balakhninsky district, Balakhna (MP3)
Advocate Ivan Olegovich, FGBOU VDC Orlyonok, Olympic Children’s Camp
Advocate Ivan Olegovich, FGBOU VDC Orlyonok, Olympic Children’s Camp (attachment, MP3)
Varentsova Anna Nikolaevna, MBU DO Center for additional education for children of the city of Dimitrovgrad, Ulyanovsk region
Vyatkina Kristina Romanovna, student ped. Danko detachment of Tomsk State Pedagogical University
Vyatkina Kristina Romanovna, student pedagogical detachment of Danko, Tomsk State Pedagogical University (attachment, MP3)
Grishaev Alexander Konstantinovich, Stud. ped. squad Unity SKI RUK
Grishaev Alexander Konstantinovich, Stud. ped. squad Unity SKI RUK (application, MP4)
Denisenko Tamara Sergeevna, Volgograd, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University
Denisenko Tamara Sergeevna, Volgograd, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University (attachment, MP4)
Kireev Igor Yurievich, FGBOU VDC Orlyonok Children’s camp Rapid
Kireev Igor Yurievich, FGBOU VDC Orlyonok Children’s camp Rapid (attachment, MP3)
Kirnozov Maxim Sergeevich, Prokhorova Polina Sergeevna, Volgograd, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University
Kirnozov Maxim Sergeevich, Prokhorova Polina Sergeevna, Volgograd, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University (Appendix, WAV)
Klisheva Liya Nikolaevna, Yekaterinburg, SPO Felitsa
Klisheva Liya Nikolaevna, Yekaterinburg, SPO Felitsa (Appendix 1, MP3)
Klisheva Liya Nikolaevna, Yekaterinburg, SPO Felitsa (Appendix 2, MP3)
Lapina Ekaterina Ivanovna, Lipetsk Region, MBOU Secondary School No. 47 and DOL Yolochka Center for the Development of Children’s Recreation in Lipetsk Region
Lapina Ekaterina Ivanovna, Lipetsk Region, MBOU Secondary School No. 47 and DOL Yolochka Center for the Development of Children’s Rest of the Lipetsk Region (Appendix 1, MP3)
Lapina Ekaterina Ivanovna, Lipetsk region, MBOU secondary school No. 47 and DOL Yolochka of the Center for the Development of Children’s Rest of the Lipetsk Region (Appendix 2)
Lapina Ekaterina Ivanovna, Lipetsk region, MBOU secondary school No. 47 and DOL Yolochka of the Center for the Development of Children’s Rest of the Lipetsk Region (Appendix 3)
Mezhov Nikolay Alexandrovich, FGBOU VDC Ocean
Mezhov Nikolay Alexandrovich, FGBOU VDC Ocean (attachment, MP3)
Morgachev Maxim Alexandrovich, Voronezh region, MAU CDO Change, director of MS Dol Polet
Morgachev Maxim Alexandrovich, Voronezh region, MAU CDO Change, director of MC Dol Polet (attachment, MP3)
Nikonorova Tatyana Vyacheslavovna, Tyumen region, ANO ODOOTS Children’s Republic
Nikonorova Tatyana Vyacheslavovna, Tyumen region, ANO ODOOC Children’s Republic (Appendix 1, MP3)
Nikonorova Tatyana Vyacheslavovna, Tyumen region, ANO ODOOC Children’s Republic (Appendix 2, MP3)
Pavloshinskaya Marina Sergeevna, St. Petersburg, DOL Haglar
Pavloshinskaya Marina Sergeevna, St. Petersburg, DOL Haglar (attachment, MP4)
Popov Alexander Anatolyevich, ANO ODOOC Children’s Republic
Popov Alexander Anatolyevich, ANO ODOOC Children’s Republic (attachment, MP3)
Rakova Anna Alexandrovna, ped.VeselChaki detachment of the Cheboksary Cooperative Institute (branch) of the Russian University of Cooperation (MP4)
Sadikov Ruslan Rinatovich, LLC Studio of Children’s Programs Green Holidays
Sulimova Olga Mikhailovna, St. Petersburg, SPO Arlekino
Sulimova Olga Mikhailovna, St. Petersburg, SPO Arlekino (attachment, MP3)
Timofeeva Irina Petrovna, Republic of Chuvashia, Chuvash State Pedagogical University named after AND I. Yakovleva
Timofeeva Irina Petrovna, Republic of Chuvashia, Chuvash State Pedagogical University named afterAND I. Yakovleva (attachment, MP3)
Chentsova Oksana Olegovna, Perm Territory, DZOOLKD RL New Generation
Chentsova Oksana Olegovna, Perm Territory, DZOOLKD RL New Generation (application, MP3)
Chizhikova Anastasia Vladimirovna, Volgograd, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University
Chizhikova Anastasia Vladimirovna, Volgograd, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University (attachment, MP3)
Churkin Yuri Sergeevich
Churkin Yuri Sergeevich (supplement, MP3)
Shuyskaya Irina Sergeevna, Moscow, GBOU School №1256
Shuiskaya Irina Sergeevna, Moscow, GBOU School №1256 (attachment, MP3)