Sergey Bubka expressed his condolences on the tragedy at the Boston Marathon The President of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine, the Executive Board Member of the International Olympic Committee, Vice President of the International Association of Athletics Federations Sergey Bubka expressed his sincere condolences to the organizers of the Boston Marathon, the families and relatives of the victims of the tragedy that occurred as a result of a terrorist act.
Sergey Bubka supported Ukrainian in the Olympic world tour The President of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine Sergey Bubka welcomed an unusual guest in the Olympic House – Mr. Mykola Podrezan who is the author of the international social project "Earth – view from a wheelchair".
Sergey Bubka: "I believe wrestling will remain in the Olympic program" Recently the President of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine and Olympic champion Sergey Bubka had a meeting with the President of the Ukrainian Wrestling Association, Olympic champion Elbrus Tedeiev and Ukrainian wrestling team head coach Ruslan Savlokhov.
Sergey Bubka has become an academician for The Ukrainian Academy of Sciences Academy’s President Oleksiy Onipko handed diploma as well as special UAS member and academician sign to Sergey Bubka at the session of the ‘Physical culture and sport’ department of the Academy on March 14, 2013.
Sergey Bubka: “The best performance at the Olympic Winter Festival is the confirmation of our sports reserve prospects”. The NOC of Ukraine President Sergey Bubka gave his comments on the performance results of the young Olympians at the XI Winter European Youth Olympic Festival, which recently came to an end in the Romanian Brasov.
NOC and MTS - together to new Olympic medals! Today at the Olympic House National Olympic Committee of Ukraine and the company “MTS Ukraine” signed a sponsorship agreement to support the Ukrainian team and projects aimed at promoting the Olympic movement, sport in general and a healthy lifestyle. The total amount of sponsorship funds is $5 million.