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Top 10 Bestest Athlete of Ukraine in 2019
- Excellent Ukrainian players enhanced the pride of their country not only within Ukraine but beyond their borders.
- He became world famous due to his hard work, patriotism and deep feeling.
- Here is a list of Ukraine Olympic and other world famous Ukrainian players, who made important contributions to the development of popular sports in Ukraine.
Sergey Bubka (1963)
- Sergey Bubka is a famous Soviet and Ukrainian polar walter, external world record holder, President of Ukraine’s National Olympic Committee, Vice President of IAAF.
- Sergei started his sports career at the World Athletics Championship at the European Athletics Championship at the age of 18, where he finished seventh in the Pol Vault. In 1984, Sergey set his first world record in distinction of 5.85 meters in Bratislava.
- After several weeks, he beat his own record by 5.6 meters.
- In 1985, Sergey Bubka made a record, which was of real historical importance.
- He was the world’s first athlete who cleared more 6-meter marks.
- During the next ten years, he was breaking his own record 35 times and reformed it to 6.14 meters (1994).
- Since then, Bubka’s record has not been defeated by any other player and is still considered the best in the world.
The Klitschko brothers (1971, 1976)
- Vitali (1971) and Vladimir (1976) Clitsco are PhD in the world famous heavyweight boxers, world champions, physical education and sports.
- Vitali, elder brother, a politician and Mayor of Kiev (since 2014).
- Vitali and Vladimir started professional boxing in Hamburg in 1996, where the two brothers defeated their opponents. In 1999, Vitali won his first World title (WBO) and made a world record – he won 25 serial wars from the knockout during the first round.
- In 2008, after a four-year break, Vitali won the WBC title in the fight against Samuel Peter and realized the big dream of the brothers – to become a world heavyweight champion simultaneously.
- By that time Vladimir was already the World Heavyweight Champion (WBO, IBF, IBO). Three years later, in 2011, he won another title (WBA), so Clitsco’s brother became the holder of all World Heavyweight Titles.
- Vitaly Clitsco concluded his sports career in 2013. He had total 47 fights, 45 wins and 2 defeats.
- Nowadays Vladimir continues his professional career, by 2017 he had 68 fights with 64 wins and 4 defeats.
Vasyl Virastyuk (1974)
- Vasyl Virastyuk is a great Ukrainian athlete, the strongest man in Ukraine, the holder of the World’s Strongest Man title, Maritated Master of Sports in Ukraine, is an actor.
- In 2000, he participated in Ukraine’s strongest man competitions, where he won and won the title of “Ukraine’s strongest man”.
- He was the only strong person in Ukraine who defended his title 6 times (2000-2007).
- In 2004 the Ukrainian strong player tried his best to keep the former champions ahead and win the new title of “The World’s Strongest Man”.
Vasyl Virastyuk made several records:
- Drew 5 trams with a mass of 101.5;
- Took 2 trunk (342 kg) for 19 meters;
- Drag 10 vehicles (16,5 t) for 18,5 meters per minute;
- 15 Meter 7 vehicles (11 T) went on.
Andriy Shevchenko (1976)
- Andrey Shevchenko (Sheva) is a famous Ukrainian footballer, the main coach of the national team of Ukraine, the best striker, golden ball holder in the history of Ukrainian football.
- Chevchenko’s football career can be divided into four basic steps:
- Dynamo Kiev (1997-1999). Chevchenko became famous all over Europe in the match against Barcelona in 1997, when he scored three goals. For the first “Dynamo” period, Sheva scored 106 goals.
- Milan (1999-2006) Shevchenko left Dynamo for Milan in 1999.
- During the first season he became the best striker and scored 24 goals. In 2003 Milan won the Champions League and Shevchenko was awarded “Copa Italia”, then “UEFA Super Cup”.
- Sheva finished her last season with 175 goals in Milan.
- Chelsea (2006-2008). Although Chelsea scored a goal in their first match for Andrey, their football career in England was not successful.
- Apart from this, he passed two operations and hurt his back.
- They decided to return to Dynamo Kiev after Milan.
- National team of Ukraine. Shevchenko started in the national team of Ukraine in 1995.
- He played 111 matches and scored 48 goals. From 2016, Andriy Shevchenko was appointed as the Chief Coach of the national team of Ukraine.
Oksana Baiul (1977)
- At the beginning of 1993, the youth tournament figure skater was introduced in the European championship.
- Despite his two fall in the open program, Oksana demonstrated a very complex Triple Loop jump and Triple Lutz and won the Silver Medal.
- Apart from this, his amazing performance in the World Championships in Prague in 1993 did not give any chance to the other participants and gave the gold medal to Oxana Betul.
- During the Winter Olympics in 1994, Oksana Bailus skating one of the best programs in figure skating history.
- He took the Olympic gold medal but his victory was not easy.
- Prior to Betul’s performance during the exercise skating, he collided with the German skater, who injured Oksana’s shank with a skate blade.
- But the pain and three stitches in his leg could not even stop Oksana Baiull from becoming an Olympic champion.
- After the Olympic Games, Oksana went to USA, where she was skating professionally.
Lilia Podkopayeva (1978)
- Lilia Podkopeva is a leading gymnast of Ukraine, the Merit Master of Sports in Ukraine, and the Olympic Champion of the World, the International Division Judge.
- In 1995, Lilia won the European Cup and won the title of All-Around Champion in Artistic Gymnastics.
- The next year the Ukrainian gymnast won gold at the European Championships. After all his victories, Lillia made the next goal – the Olympic Games.
- Hard work and long training, working on oneself and heavy financial and moral costs helped Lillia Podkopoeva win two gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta in 1996.
- His “Double Somers with Double Front” became his most famous item, which is still unrecoverable.
- After retirement, Lilia Podkopache went to coaching. In 2012, she went to USA, where she offers master classes and lectures.
Yana Klochkova (1982)
- Yana Klochkova is an outstanding Ukrainian swimmer, a four-time Olympic champion, the most Olympic champion in the history of the Olympic Games.
- Yana’s game life is full of victories and medals from the early years of her charm with swimming.
- At the age of 14, his game career was marked by second place in the European Junior Championships in Denmark.
- A year later he won a gold medal in Glasgow.
- Klocova had three European champions (Lisbon, Helsinki, Valencia) in 1999 and 2000.
- The player established 50 Ukrainian records in different types of swimming: Medley, Freestyle, Backstroke and Butterfly
- The Ukrainian “goldfish” also won the World Championships in Hong Kong in a short time in 1999. He won new gold and silver medals during 2000-2004.
His involvement in the Olympic Games gave Yana five medals:
- Two gold and one silver medal in Sydney (2000);
- Two gold medals in Athens (2004). In Athens, Yana received the title “Swim of the Year”.
Oleksandr Usyk (1987)
- Alexander Eusek is a reputable master of the sport of Ukraine, a leading professional boxer of Ukraine, WBO World Champion, Olympic champion, Ukraine.
- He started his amateur career in the European Championships in 2006, where he finished third.
- In 2008, Liverpool won the Gold medal by defeating all his opponents.
- But he achieved his real success in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, when he defeated three serious boxers of Russia, Bulgaria and Italy and won the Olympic gold medal.
- In 2013, Alexander Usek decided to start a professional boxing career. They signed a contract with Clitsko brothers’ promotional company “K2 Promotion”.
- In 2014, Olexander won his first WBO Interim Junior-Cruiserweight title defeating South Africa’s Daniel Brewer. He defended his title four times to raise the stage.
- Because of all the professional feuds of Uusk, they won 11 victories and there was no harm.
Denys Berinchyk (1988)
- Dennis Berynchak is a famous Ukrainian professional boxer, Merated Sports of Sports, Olympic Silver Medalist (2012), World Championship Silver Medalist (2011).
In 2012, London Olympian Dennis Berinchak competed in light welterweight boxing.
- He beat the Swedish, Mongolian and Australian opponents brilliantly, but lost in the final and he got the silver medal.
- During 2012-2014, Dennis participated in the World Series of Boxing in the team “Ukrainian atomans”.
- In 2015, Berynchik decided to switch to professional boxing and signed a contract with Cleitsko’s company “K2 Promotion”. He won 5 wins with 5 wins and no defeat.
Ilya Kvasha (1988)
- Ilya Kwaasa Ukraine, Olympic bronze medal winner (2008), seven times the European champion, is a perspective diver of Master of Sports of International Class.
- In his first game achievements, young Ukrainian dancer performed in 2004, when he won a gold medal in the European Championship in the 1m and 3m springboard.
- He also won gold in the championship six times in Europe. In the world championship he won the silver medal in 2006, 2013, 2015
- The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing made Ilya Kawas world-famous.
- He won a bronze medal in the 3 meter spring centur with Ally Pregorov.
- In 2012, Ilya and Alexey attended the Summer Olympics in London, where they got 4th place. Rio 2016 Olympic Games gave Ilya Qawashah 6th place.
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