Olimpic medalists

Andrii Kotelnyk

Honored Master of Sports of Ukraine (2000). Silver medalist of XXVII Olympic Games in Sydney (2000), Champion of Europe (1995). Five-times champion of Ukraine 1996-2000 p. Champion of European Cup (1999). Intercontinental Champion in version WBA, WBO among professional boxers. Coach - Dmytro Sosnovskyi.

Rostyslav Zaulichnyi

Honored Master of Sports in boxing (1992). Silver medalist of XXV Olympic Games in Barcelona (1992). Multiple medalist of European championships (1991, 1992, 1993), and World Championships (1994). Owner of World Cup (1995).

Mychailo Slivinskyi

Honored Master of Sports in rowing (1989). World Champion (1989, 1990, 1991). Silver medalist of XXIV and XXV Olympics Games (1988, 1992) in rowing on canoe.

Serhii Minderhasov

Honored Master of Sports in saber fencing (1988). The world champion in the individual competition (1986). The world champion in the team competitions (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990). Silver medalist of XXIV Olympic Games in Seoul (1988).

Vasyl Stankovych

Honored Master of Sports in foil fencing (1968). World champion (1971) in the individual competition, in the team competitions (1969, 1970, 1973, 1974). World Championship silver medalist in personal (1969) and team competitions (1975, 1977). Silver medalist of XIX and XX Olympic Games (1968, 1972) in team competitions.

Heorhii Prokopenko

Honored Master of Sports in swimming (1964). European Champion (1962) at a distance of 200 m in breaststroke, two-times champion of Europe (1966) at a distance of 200 m in breaststroke and in medley relay 4 x 100 m. Multiple champion of Europe. Silver medalist of  XVIII Olympic Games in Tokyo (1964) at a distance of 200 m in breaststroke.

Victor Chernysh

Master of Sports in high jumps, bronze medalist of Junior European Championship (2009), bronze medalist of the first Youth Olympic Games in Singapore (2010).

Dmitro Hrachov

Honored Master of Sports in archery, European champion (2004), winner of 23-rd World Students Universiade in Thailand, bronze medalist of Olympic Games in Athens (2004). Olympic medal won in the team competition in the national team of Ukraine.

Liudmyla Arzhannikova

Honored Master of Sports in archery. World Champion (1987) in the team of the USSR, the bronze medalist of World Championship (1989), European champion (1986, 1987, 1988) in individual and team championships. Champion of the USSR (1984, 1986), winner of the USSR championship (1987). At the Olympic Games (1988) took fourth place in the individual championship and in the team. Bronze medalist of XXV Olympic Games (1992) in Barcelona in team competition.

Volodymyr Yesheiev

Honored Master of Sports in archery. World Champion (1987), European champion (1982, 1983), silver medalist of European championship (1988). Bronze medalist of XXIV Olympic Games in Seoul (1988).

Mykola Smyrnov

Honored Master of Sports in water polo (1988). Graduated LDIFK (1984). Bronze medalist of XXIV Olympic Games in Seoul (1988). World Champion (1982), bronze medalist (1986). European Champion (1983, 1985), silver medalist (1981).

Victor Berendiuha

The international master of sports in water polo (1988). European Champion (1985, 1987). Bronze medalist of XXIV Olympic Games in Seoul (1988). In the USSR team won the bronze medal.

Volodymyr Nemshylov

International master of sports in swimming (1968). Bronze medalist of XIX Olympic Games in Mexico City (1968) in combined relay 4 x 100 m butterfly. Bronze medalist of Europe (1970-1973).

Yurii Hromak

International master of sports in swimming (1968). European Champion (1966) at a distance of 200 m on the back. Bronze medalist of  XIX Olympic Games (1968) in combined relay 4 x 100 m freestyle.

Yevhen Cherepovskyi

Honored Master of Sports saber fencing (1956). Honored Worker of Physical Culture and Sports of the USSR (1988). The first Ukrainian fencing Olympic medalist. Bronze medalist of XVI Olympic Games in Stockholm (1956) in team competitions. Silver medalist of world championships (1957, 1961), bronze medalist (1955, 1959).

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