Oleg Verniaiev recognized as the best athlete of Ukraine in May The National Olympic Committee of Ukraine recognized Oleg Verniaiev who is European Champion and two-time bronze medalist in artistic gymnastics Championship as the best athlete in May. His personal coach Gennady Sartynskyy was recognized as the best coach of the last spring month.
Sergey Bubka gave start to the symbolical cycling Peace Race Ukraine NOC President Sergey Bubka gave start to the symbolical cycling Peace Race in Kyiv on Friday, May 30th. Cyclists from 12 nations who arrived in Ukraine’s capital to take part in the international Race Horizon Park-1 rode city’s streets to demonstrate their support to Ukraine and show that Kyiv is safe, peaceful and friendly place.
Sergey Bubka selected for IOC Olympic Agenda 2020 Sustainability and Legacy Working group Sergey Bubka, IOC Executive Board member and Ukraine NOC President, has been selected as a member of the IOC’s ‘Sustainability and Legacy’ Working Group – a part of the Olympic Agenda 2020.
National Olympic Committee raises additional funds of US$300,000 from the IOC for Ukrainian athletes The Ukraine National Olympic Committee has today received a positive letter from IOC President Mr Thomas Bach, at Sergey Bubka’s request, to provide financial aid for the Ukraine national team’s participation in international competitions and training camps.
Zhan Beleniuk was awarded as the best athlete of April Today the sports heroes of April were awarded at the Olympic House. The best athlete of the month Zhan Beleniuk, Greco-Roman wrestler, has received a diploma, a statuette and cash prize from the President of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine Sergey Bubka. The athlete’s coaches Vitaliy Kyselytsa and Oleksiy Dobrovolskiy also got their deserved rewards as the best coaches of April.
SERGEY BUBKA PAYED TRIBUTE TO VALERY LOBANOVSKY 12 years passed since outstanding Ukrainian football manager Valery Lobanovsky passed away. Lobanovsky’s family members as well as number of his friends, colleagues, young and former players and fans gathered on Tuesday, May 13, at the Baykove cemetery in Kyiv and near the monument at the Dynamo stadium in Kyiv to pay the tribute to the most successful Ukrainian football manager ever.