Egypt's SODIC inks MoU to open first sports measurements medical center in Middle East

The new technology will also provide a personalised nutrition and training programme set by specialists

  
A car drives past Egyptian developer SODIC headquarters building on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt November 13, 2016.

A car drives past Egyptian developer SODIC headquarters building on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt November 13, 2016.

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Egypt - Six of October Development and Investment (SODIC) (OCDI) has signed a memorandum of understating (MoU) with the Olympic Council at Kazan, Russia to establish the first-of-its-kind sports measurements medical center in the Middle East, according to a press release.

Under the 10-year term deal, the Olympic Council will exclusively provide supreme trainers for different sports at SODIC’s CLUB S, in addition to, hosting international competitions, training camps, and exchange programmes for athletes.

The center will help qualifying Egyptian athletes and preparing a new generation to compete at international standards.

The center will be built using the latest advanced science and technology used in the Russian sports capital of Kazan, with the participation of world-class trainers.

As per the cutting-edge technology, DNA tests will determine sports profile of individuals and specific sports they are built to master.

The new technology will also provide a personalised nutrition and training programme set by specialists.

Established in 1996 and listed on EGX in 1998, SODIC operates within the real estate sector, focusing on development projects and operations.

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