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The nature doesn’t tolerate an empty spot : the same applies to the sports clubs sector where one closes its doors and another opens up. Two sports clubs will open their doors in Tallinn in October.
Olympic bronze Indrek Pertelson's lifestyle club Arigato was forced to end business due difficulties in tax payments. But now the serious sports fans have reason to be happy : two sports clubs, Sparta and Ritual, will open their doors in October.
Sports club owner Lynn Grupp chairman of the supervisory board, Urmas Somler, said that since Estonians are tree times less active than the Scandinavians, they don’t worry about the competition on the market.
Together with Sparta, Ritual will begin operating in Tondi district. However, while Sparta charges EEK 690 a month for using the club, then in Ritual the monthly ticket costs EEK 1,200.