Success of ukrainians

Elina Svitolina enters TOP-10 decade most renowned tennis players
Ukraine's first racket Elina Svitolina entered TOP-10 most titled tennis players of the decade (during 2010-2019). Within the mentioned period Elina won 13 WTA trophies that placed her on the ninth place in the ranking.Serena Williams from USA (36 titles) topped the rating
6 y.o.Valeria Vorobyova crowned Princess of the Universe 2019
6-year-old Valeria Vorobyova from Kherson crowned Princess of the Universe-2019 International Competition held in Turkey. Overall, 35 children from all over the world took part in the contest. Besides school, the little girl attends drawing lessons, an art studio and plans to go in for dancing
Zakarpattia Oblast starts growing shiitake mushrooms
In the village of Kontsove, Uzhhorod district, Zakarpattia Oblast, the Nature Green mushroom farm launched growing shiitake mushrooms. The company plans to grow more than 200 tons of shiitake every month. The retail cost of 1 kg shiitake is about UAH 250. The mushrooms are planned to be sold both locally and internationally.Apart from excellent taste, shiitake mushroom has healing properties. Thus, it can be used as an antiviral and anti-inflammatory drug, and as a blood pressure stabilizer
Chocolate-covered yogurt bars by Ukrainian entrepreneur hits America
Serhii Konchakovskyi was born and studied in Kyiv but immigrated with his parents to the USA. He is a founder of Clio company producing bars combining Greek yogurt and the texture of cheesecake with a chocolate outer shell. The snack idea was inspired by chocolate glazed bars with soft cottage cheese inside the entrepreneur ate in his youth in Ukraine, Forbes informs.Konchakovskyi started positioning the bar not like as a breakfast option but as a tasty and healthy grab-and-go product
Ukrainian student defends final thesis on Holodomor in Denmark
Kvitka Pogynets, student of the Copenhagen International School, defended the final thesis project on 'Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine as a way to suppress the uprising of Ukrainians against the Bolsheviks'. The Copenhagen International School prepares students for college, university and other higher education institutions. More than 90% of its graduates become university students all over the world. The school numbers over 900 students and 180 staff representing 82 nationalities
8-year-old girl from Zhytomyr is Ukraine's youngest composer
8-year-old Margarita Kosteniova from Zhytomyr entered the National Book of Record ('Children' category) as the youngest author of instrumental works. The girl is studying at the Zhytomyr Music School named after Svyatoslav Richter. Despite the age Margarita has already composed 19 own musical pieces, including bandura play. Moreover, the young composer is the laureate and winner of All-Ukrainian and International artistic competitions