Erciyes Center of Firsts

First of Erciyes Center: Snowboard World Cup, Turkey's first mountain bike competitions such as the landing of Erciyes, the first center in the winter and mountain sports with the organization, threw another breakthrough. European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) for the first time organized by Erciyes Snow Volleyball was held in the first leg of the European Tour in Turkey.

With the investments of Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality, Erciyes, which is the winter tourism center of the world, hosted the first leg of the Snow Volleyball European Tour in which the 23 team participated. Murat Giginoğlu and Sefa Uğurlu won the second place, Hasan Hüseyin Mermer and Ali Osman Nurettin and Emir Kavuzlu and Kemal Şah won the second place. In the women's first Adriana Maria Matei from Romania and beatava second Betul Esra Cetin from Turkey and Merve Nezir, it was third from Slovakia to sliviaposzmikov and Eva Elekov.

A medal and trophy ceremony was organized for the athletes who came up after the tournament. trophies and medals to the athletes Environment and Urban Planning Minister Mehmet Özhaseki, Governor Süleyman Whip, the AK Party Kayseri Deputy Tamer Ismail, the AK Party Mardin deputy Ceyda Indivisible Çankırı, Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mustafa Celik and Turkey Volleyball Federation President gave Mehmet Akif Üstündağ. Turkey Volleyball Federation President Mustafa Celik also presented him with a plaque of gratitude for their support to the organization. Stating that they are happy to host such a tournament, Mayor Çelik said, Çelik We are going to make the World Snovboard Cup in Kayseri next week. When such beautiful facilities become international organizations can be made, Böyle he said.

Minister of Environment and Urbanization Mehmet Özhaseki said that he believed that there will be more important organizations in Erciyes in the future and said Belediye We believe that the important organizations of the world will come to Kayseri with the efforts of our Mayor. Çevre

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