Dokuz Eylul University (DEU) Rector Prof. Dr. Nükhet Hotar hosted Turkish Trial Off-Road Champion Emirhan Kutlu and his team before the outdoor sports events they will organize on the 99th anniversary of İzmir's liberation from enemy occupation.
Dokuz Eylul University (DEU), named after the glorious liberation day of Izmir, is preparing for the extreme sports events it will organize on the 99th anniversary of the epic victory. Before the sports activities to be held on September 9th, DEU Rector Prof. Emirhan Kutlu met with Turkey Trial Off-Road Champion Emirhan Kutlu and his team at Tınaztepe Campus. Dr. Nukhet Hotar; While getting information about the preparations, he also examined the Off-Road vehicle developed with domestic and national resources.
Under the leadership of Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his comrades; Rector Hotar, who said that they discussed the final preparations for the outdoor sports activities to be held on September 9, when the country was liberated from the enemy occupation, said, "We will bring our members and citizens together with the outdoor sports activities that we will hold on September 9, the day of liberation of our beautiful Izmir from the enemy occupation."
WE ATTENTION TO SPORTS ACTIVITIES
Rector Hotar, who came together with the Turkish Trial Off-Road Champion Emirhan Kutlu and his team, who made a name for himself with the success he achieved in the tournaments he participated in, at the Tınaztepe Campus of the university, said: we gave As an institution, we attach importance to social and sports activities. We bring our members and citizens together with the events we organize under the umbrella of the Rectorate, and we work on the development of outdoor sports. In this context, we hosted Turkish Trial Off-Road Champion Emirhan Kutlu and his experienced team at our Tınaztepe Campus. We had the opportunity to test and experience the Off-Road vehicle developed by the guest team using national and domestic resources. We hope that similar studies will set an example, and we thank Emirhan Kutlu and his team.” Hotar added that they also discussed the plans for students and participants within the scope of outdoor sports activities.