Ulsan City will hold the ‘Mini Sports Festival in Advance with Citizens’ before the opening of the 2022 National (Disabled) Sports Festival in October.
The city will promote the 2022 National (Disabled) Sports Festival through ancillary events such as simulated sports events, flea markets, and various performances on June 26 at the Wangbeodeul Madang in the Taehwa River National Garden.
Ulsan City is determined to make this year’s event a ‘seventh of harmony, leap forward and peace with citizens’.
As the 2022 National (Disabled) Sports Festival is the first normally held in three years since Corona 19 and the first in Ulsan in 17 years, the plan is to raise the public’s interest and expand participation through the ‘pre-run mini-athlete’. .
Following the opening ceremony at 11 a.m., the event will continue until 5 p.m. in the order of the 2022 national (disabled) sports event, followed by a mini-athlete, and the closing ceremony, and any Ulsan citizen can participate for free.
At the core event, the mini-sports event, you can experience 8 national sports events such as archery, shooting, baseball, soccer, basketball, and taekwondo, as well as 3 sports for the visually impaired, such as showdown, boccia similar to curling, and wheelchair badminton. .
If you experience at least 5 of the 11 mini-sports events and get a stamp, you will receive a free market ticket for 5,000 won.
At the flea market, you can purchase products made by local small business owners, or experience various experiences such as calligraphy and ribbon making.
In addition, various side events such as tattoo experience, balloon slide play experience, magic and soap bubble performances, etc. will be prepared for the success of the 2022 National (disabled) Sports Festival.
At the closing ceremony, prizes are also provided through quizzes related to national (disabled) sports events, lucky draws, etc.
Ulsan City National Sports Planning Team said, “We hope that through this event, citizens will recognize the national (disabled) sports festival more closely. and will continue to promote We ask for a lot of interest and participation from the citizens.”