Ukrainian public organization "Ukrainian sambo federation"

Ukraine
Address:
01033, Kiev, Ukraine, Sh.Rustaveli str, Ap.1512, 39/41 (de facto address)
Phone:
+380 44 287 17 78
Fax:
+380 44 289 61 41
Email:
admin_nfsu@ukr.net
Site:
http://www.sambo.net.ua/
President Vadym Rogach
Secretary General Vladimir Vynogradov
Vice-president Yuriy Skrypal
Head coach Mikhail Rudenko

Since 1994 sambo has been developing in Ukraine. Roman Shkolnikon, student of Vasiliy Oschepkov, initiated inclusion of sambo in the education programme of Kharkov University of Physical Culture. Later the first sambo section was created in the high school of coaches at the University. Thanks to that activity sambo sections were opened almost in every region of Ukraine. From 1938 to 1992 the Ukrainian athletes participated in competitions in the Soviet Union and also in the international competitions as the national team of the USSR. Since 1992 after the dissolution of the USSR the national team represents Ukraine.

During the history of sambo development Ukraine has taken leading places in the competitions.

The federation participates in the activity of FIAS. The national teams of Ukraine in all weight categories are at the top three in the world. The Ukrainian athletes won more than 1800 medals at the European and world championships, more than 150 gold medals.

The Ukrainian sambo federation consists of 25 regional sambo federations with 125 sports organisations and 21 000 sportsmen. There are many winners for the last 20 years in Ukraine, among them: 48 world champions, 63 European champions, 35 world cups winners, 49 honoured masters of sports, 63 masters of sports of international class, 2210 master of sports, 45 honoured coaches.

This became possible thanks to coordinated work of sportsmen, coaches and referees, specialists in sports and in the administration. The representatives from government, public sector and commercial sector contributed to the development of sambo.

Champions and prize winners of Ukraine 2017


European Championship among Youth and Juniors 2017 in the Czech Republic

Gold Medals:

Sableva Katerina (48 kg)

Vaschenko Lidiya (56 kg)

Moskalova Katerina (70 kg)

Silver Medals:

Bezatosna Anastasiya (52 kg)

Terentiev Vitaliy (48 kg)

Stetsenko Dmitro (82 kg)

Gaidash Alena (56 kg)

Shevchenko Daniil (68 kg)

Slobodanyuk Anna (75+ kg)

Khalmatov Dilshot (57 kg)

Netsvit Vladislava (60 kg)

Zhilyaeva Anastasiya (75 kg)

Bronze Medals:

Dobrovolskiy Evgeniy (48 kg)

Shadrin Nazar (75 kg)

Berezka Vladislav (100+ kg)

Vegera Evgeniy (87+ kg)

Kupina Anna (70 kg)

Dukhnevich Aleksandr (100 kg)

Davydchuk Yaroslav (87 kg)

Gapon Victoria (64 kg)

Bagishvili Sofiya (48 kg)

European Championship 2017 in the Republic of Belarus

Gold Medals:

Shevchenko Anastasiya (60 kg)

Sapsai Anastasia (80+ kg)

Silver Medals:

Kucherenko Andrii (57 kg)

Voropaiev Oleksandr (62 kg)

Batok Dmytro (82 kg)

Tonoyan Razmik (100+ kg)

Buiok Mariia (52 kg)

Kovalska Halina (80 kg)

Bronze Medals:

Novikova Anastasiia (48 kg)

Smal Nataliya (72 kg)

Khramova Yuliia (64 kg)

Boloban Andrii (100 kg)

Davydenko Petro (90 kg)

Ilkiv Nataliya (56 kg)

Moskalova Kateryna (68 kg)

Nizhenko Oleksii (82 kg)

In news

October 18 2013
May 31 2013
Ukrainian national team on the Cup of the President of Russian Federation
March 29 2013
February 04 2013
December 26 2012
2nd Ukrainian Combat Games held in Brovary
December 25 2012
August 29 2012
December 02 2011
Ukraine would like to host the European and World championships