Three medals go to Ukrainian athletes at Gutenberg Marathon Mainz
Ivan Babaryka (marathon) and Maryna Nemchenko (half marathon) won gold medals at the Marathon Gutenberg Marathon Mainz held in Mainz, Germany.Iryna Masnyk became the silver prize winner in the marathon
Ukraine's golden triumph at the World Horting Championship
Ukraine's Horting team won the first team place at the 3rd World Horting Championship held in Daugavpils (Latvia) on April, 20-23. More than 250 athletes from 15 countries took part in the competition.In addition, a 13-year-old Oleksandr Tyshko became a champion in his weight category.Horting is a relatively young martial arts. Although it was born in Ukraine less than 10 years ago it has been spreading in other countries of Europe and the world rapidly
Vlada Nikolchenko gets silver at the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Cup
At the second stage of the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Cup Series, held in the Italian city of Pesaro, Vlada Nikolchenko won a silver medal in clubs.In general, Ukraine was represented in three finals: clubs, ball and ball/rope
Kyiv to host the 2018 Junior World’s Water Diving Championships
Next year Kyiv will host the Junior World’s Water Diving Championships. The competition will be held on July, 23-29 on the arena of the Kyiv Palace of Water Sports 'Liko', the venue that has hosted this year's European Water Diving Championship at a high level.This championship will be the qualifying tournament for the 3rd 2018 Youth Olympic Games to be held in October 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ukrainian sportsman wins world jujitsu champion
Ivan Nastenko won the world jujitsu champion held in Bogota, Colombia.The Ukrainian sportsman was undefeated in the weight category under 94 kg.Thus, Ivan has become the owner of all titles (earlier he won the World Games and European Championship)
Ukrainian wheelchair fencers win 8 medals in Rome
The National Paralympic team ranked third in the overall medal standing of the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships held in Rome and won 8 medals.Thus, 'gold' went to Natalia Morkvych (saber), Serhii Shevkun (sword), and Yevhenia Brus, Nadezhda D'oloh, Olha Yesina and Natalia Morkvych (saber); 'silver' went to Anton Datsko (foil), Yevhenia Brus (saber), and 'bronze' went to Serhii Shevkun (foil), Anna Pashkova (rapira), and Anton Datsko, Andriy Demchuk, Artem Manko and Vadym Tsedrik (saber)