Sport

Ukrainian figure skaters win the tournament in Turkey
12/12/2019
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Dance duo of Maria Holubtsova and Kyrylo Bilobrov (juniors category) won gold medals at the Bosphorus Cup 2019 traditional international tournament held in Istanbul.The couple showed the best results both in arbitrary and short dance
Yaroslava Mahuchikh is 2019 Europe Female Rising Star
08/11/2019
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According to the European Athletic Association ranking, the 18-year-old high jumper Yaroslava Mahuchikh got the 2019 Europe Female Rising Award. The 2019 European best athletes were announced after media, fans, representatives of national federations and the European Athletic Expert Commission voting
16 y.o. Kamila Hryshchenko crowned the World Youth Chess Champion
24/09/2019
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16-year-old Kamila Hryshchenko from Kramatorsk (Donetsk Oblast) ranked fifth in rapid and won blitz chess at the World Youth Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships held in Granada, Spain. Overall, 178 chess players from 22 countries took part in the tournament.The young girl has repeatedly won regional and all-Ukrainian competitions. Last year Kamila won the title of European rapid chess champion among girls under 16
Viktor Hladkyi wins 2019 Junior World Powerlifting Championships
05/09/2019
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Viktor Hladkyi won the 2019 Junior World Powerlifting Championships held in Regina, Canada.In the weight category under 83 kg among juniors the Ukrainian sportsman showed the best results such as 312,5 kg in squat, 240 kg in bench press and 287,5 kg in deadlift. Victor's final result in three lifts consisted 840 kg
Ukraine to host the WMF World Cup 2021
06/08/2019
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Kyiv has won the right to host the World Minifootball World Cup 2021. It is worth noting that the main city that competed with the capital of Ukraine for the right to host the prestigious touranament was Dakar (Senegal)
17-year-old Daria Snigur wins junior title at Wimbledon
16/07/2019
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17-year-old tennis player Daria Snigur won the Junior Wimbledon. In the final of Grand Slam tournament the young sportswoman from Kyiv got victory over Alexa Noel from the USA with a score 6:4, 6:4. Thus, Snigur is the second junior girls' player from Ukraine to win the singles title at Wimbledon, following Kateryna Bondarenko in 2004