Students of East Ukrainian National University Maxim and Sergei Sklar became one of the best athletes Lugansk
|Posted on February 4, 2013 at 5:20 PM|
In Lugansk City Council ceremony awarding athletes, coaches and managers of sports organizations Luhansk up to 2012. Among the best athletes of the year were marked by students and East Ukrainian National University named after Volodymyr Dahl Maxim and Sergei Sklar Sklar. They were awarded diplomas Luhansk city council "for high sports results at National and International competitions, personal contribution to the development of physical culture and sports in Luhansk."
This award is already a traditional event which takes place on the basis of personal achievements of athletes in various sports. This year Luhansk city council especially allocated 12 persons. Dalivtsi Sklar brothers get into this honorable list, both personal athletic achievement and contribution to the development of karate schools in our city. Note that the Master Institute of Economics and Finance, Master of Sports of Ukraine Maxim Sklar and his brother - a student of the third year of the Institute of Jurisprudence and International Law, Master of Sports of Ukraine Serhiy Sklar has repeatedly been honored with such awards at the municipal level.
At this stage, Maxim and Sergei pay its focus coaching in SC "Olympian." Under their leadership, dealing with more than 100 athletes karate. Club is a sporting victory and pride brothers. "Olympian", which is based Maxim in 2004, constantly progressing. Sport club is a member of Dzhundokan Ukraine, working closely with the Department of Family, Youth and Sports of the Luhansk Regional State Administration. Pupils club regularly participate in competitions at various levels, ranging from urban and regional championships, ending World and European championships, defending the honor of the city of Lugansk. Under the "Olympians" was trained 8 candidate master, 1 master and 1 sports master of sport of international class. On account of the club over 500 awards various degrees, and the results in 2012, he ranks third in Ukraine among karate clubs. This fact underscores the importance of recognizing the achievements of boys who successfully combine training, personal coaching and sports activities and educate their example to the younger generation of future champions.