Other medals were played in Kazan as part of the Special Olympics.
Athletes compete in several divisions and groups, which are formed taking into account the level of the athletes.
In the judo tournament in the weight category up to 46 kg, Ivan Zhernakov won the gold medal in the second division. Competitions up to 50 kg (1st division) were won by Kirill Artyukhov, and Zainutdin Mansurov excelled in the category up to 60 kg in the 1st division.
Kirill Chiganov won gold in the 66 kg category (2nd division), Denis Kostyunin won the 73 kg tournament in the 1st division, and Kirill Korchma won the 2nd division. The gold of the tournament in the category up to 81 kg went to Rafael Zaripov (1st division). In the category up to 90 kg, Nikita Popov (1st division) won, up to 100 kg – Islam Kasparov (1st division). Denis Shcheglov won the gold medal in the over 100 kg category (1st division).
For women, the gold medals were distributed as follows: Natalya Yarygina (up to 44 kg, 2nd division), Natalya Volchek (up to 48 kg, 2nd), Tatyana Merkulova (up to 52 kg, 1st ), Veronika Sukhodolova (up to 52 kg, 2nd), Polina Shokova (up to 57 kg, 2nd), Aminat Medzhibova (up to 63 kg, 1st), Anastasia Belyaeva (up to 70 kg, 2nd), Lyudmila Korneva (over 78 kg, 1st).
The athletes competed in several disciplines.
Fedor Popov won the men’s standing long jump, Tatiana Malkova won the women’s long jump.
In the men’s 800 meters, the winners are: Igor Saxonov (1st division), Maxim Stadnichuk (2nd), Nusratullo Sadikov (3rd) and Vadim Filippov (4th). In women, gold was won by Tatyana Baranova (1st), Anastasia Nikishina (2nd) and Veronika Vilkina (3rd).
At a distance of 60 meters for men, the gold medals were won by: Arseny Savvin (1st), Anton Papulov (2nd), Dmitry Papulov (3rd), Maxim Vasin (4th). Women: Alena Shevchenko (1st), Alexandra Popova (2nd), Lyubov Kabardina (3rd), Anastasia Pyokhova (4th).
Andrei Nedelcu and Elena Syedina won shot put tournaments. Gennady Malakhov (1st) and Ilya Vetrov (2nd), along with Alina Fadeeva, won the running long jump competition.
Ramis Khamatov and Tatyana Malkova excelled in the 25 meter run.
The table tennis competition is over. In men, the winners were Omar Musaev (1st), Nikolai Zagorulko (2nd), Roman Balyaykin (3rd), Fedor Starodubtsev (4th), Alexander Mustaev (5th). Female victories: Anastasia Egorenkova (1st), Svetlana Kolomiets (2nd), Lyubov Amosova (3rd), Lyubov Ruzina (4th), Natalya Kashlinskaya (5th).
Omar Musaev and Kurban Murtazaliev (1st), Nikolai Zagorulko and Valery Selyaninov (2nd), Alexander Mustaev and Vladimir Derendyaev (3rd) won the men’s doubles, Svetlana Kolomiets and Nadezhda Betlinskaya (1st) won the women’s j), Leysan Zaripova and Anastasia Anufrieva (2nd), Marina Pugach and Anastasia Sitnik (3rd).
Isolda Sverdlik (1st) and Anastasia Bolshakova (2nd), as well as Alik Ekaterinichev (1st) and Igor Yufirev (2nd) excelled in the dances of the soloists. Andrey Timoshenko and Elena Baditskaya (1st), Artem Sharipov and Nailya Nugumanova (2nd), Georgy Kozyr and Maria Ilyunina (3rd) won gold in the pairs tournament.
In the ensemble final, the winners were Svetlana Thomas and Alik Ekaterinichev (1st), as well as Dance Mix dancers from the Vladimir region.
At the Rhythmic Gymnastics Tournament, athletes competed in the 4-level all-around.
At the 1st level, the winners were Leona Dongak (1st division), Ilvina Mirgaleeva (2nd), Diana Ovchinnikova (3rd) and Aida Abdulmutalipova (4th). At the 2nd level, the gold went to Kristina Gerasimova (1st), Elizaveta Yakovleva (2nd) and Yasmina Murodova (3rd).
Elena Gendra (1st) celebrated her success at the 3rd level. The victory at the 4th level went to Olga Filimonova.
Medals were also played for tennis players: Sergey Makarov became the first on the 4th level, Vladimir Grigoriev – on the 5th, and Alexander Arutyunov – on the 6th. In women at the 6th level, Anastasia Severyukhina won gold.
Oksana Borzenkova and Marina Eroshenko won the women’s doubles, and Vladislav Minnekaev and Alexander Arutyunov won the men’s doubles.
In mixed doubles, the duo Alexander Arutyunov and Anastasia Severyukhina celebrated the victory. Andrey Demin and Vladislav Kotusov won the unified for men, Marina Eroshenko and Aliya Akhmetzhanova for women.
In the swimmers competition, Nadezhda Ilyina and Mikhail Pytkin won the 25m freestyle, Irina Golubkova and Georgy Tyunyagin won gold in the 25m breaststroke. Victoria Kudryavtseva swam the fastest 25m backstroke.
At a distance of 100 meters in a women’s complex, the best result was for Sofia Tumanova, for men – for Nikolai Knutov, in mixed competitions – for Alisa Kozhevnikova. Sofia Tumanova (1st division) and Angelina Makarova (2nd) won gold in the women’s 100m backstroke. In men, the following athletes won: Bogdan Ashikhmin (1st), Dmitry Pupkov (2nd) and Matvey Bruyak (3rd).
Georgy Abdullin and Inessa Kazakova won the 100m breaststroke, while Mikhail Arkhipov won the mixed events (swimmers of both sexes).
Georgy Borisov won gold in the men’s 25m backstroke, while Petr Yegorov finished first in the mixed event.
In the 50m butterfly, Mikhail Tsaritsansky and Alisa Kozhevnikova became the best. At a distance of 200 meters freestyle, the gold went to Dmitry Im (1st division) and Artem Kravchenko (2nd).
In the mixed 4×25 m medley relay, the Moscow region team won, represented by Denis Saklakov, Alisa Anokhina, Mikhail Tsaritansky, Inessa Kazakova.
The first team from the Sverdlovsk region (Andrey Kazantsev, Nadezhda Nikolicheva, Konstantin Nechaev, Victoria Konchakova) won the mixed 4x50m freestyle relay.
Alexander Yunusov won the 50m on snowshoes. In the 100 meters of this men’s discipline, the following athletes became champions by division: Sergey Stepanov (1st), Arseniy Baryshev (2nd), Denis Bulatov (3rd), Daniil Lapukhin (4th), Stepan Bezrukov (5th) and Andrey Kudasov (6th, open). Women’s victories: Ekaterina Shatunova (1st), Victoria Prokhorova (2nd), Maria Potapova (3rd), Ksenia Mindiyarova (4th), Alina Nikolaeva (5th).
In the men’s 400m competition in the second category within the divisions, the winners were: Mukhamed Jafarov (1st), Alexander Bezborodko (2nd) and Artem Belyakov (3rd).
Ekaterina Zvereva (1st) and Ksenia Byakhova (2nd) won in the third category of the women’s 400m, and Vladislav Fedoruk (1st) and Ali Gasanov (2nd) won the men’s 400m.
Teams from Udmurtia (1st), Perm Territory (2nd), Tatarstan (3rd), Chelyabinsk region-Ryazan region (4th) and Vladimir region (5th) won the 4x100m mixed relay on snowshoes. ).
Snowboarders competed in slalom. Rodion Rumyantsev won in the men’s entry level group and Anna Kushnareva won in the women’s. In the intermediate level men’s group, the victory went to Ramil Girfanov. In the high-level mixed group, Semyon Fedotov won in the 1st division, and Artem Farkhutdin in the 2nd.
There were also giant slalom snowboard competitions. Anna Kushnareva and Roman Chigvintsev won in the entry level groups. Nikolai Fedorov won in the men’s middle group, and Semyon Fedotov (1st division) and Andrey Skibin (2nd) won in the top mixed groups.
Alpine skiing competitions included super-G and giant slalom tournaments.
In the first female discipline of the divisions, the winners are: Elizaveta Karpushina (1), Anastasia Sakhapova (2), Vitalina Kapustina (3), Karina Zakirova (4), Anastasia Aksenova (5), Anna Gorshkova (6). In men, gold went to: Kirill Bogachev (1), Timur Vasev (2), Kirill Perfiliev (3), Nikita Anakin (4), Riza Ziganshin (5), Viktor Ustratov (6), Danil Baushev ( 7), Alexander Nikolayev (8), Stanislav Plotnikov (9).
In the second women’s discipline, the gold medals were distributed by division as follows: Elizaveta Karpushina (1), Anastasia Sakhapova (2), Daria Vasilkonova (3), Karina Zakirova (4), Maryana Dyudina (5) , Anna Gorshkova (6). Men: Vladislav Migal (1), Timur Vasev (2), Kirill Perfiliev (3), Artem Shchekochikhin (4), Maxim Degtyarev (5), Viktor Ustratov (6), Danil Baushev (7), Roman Yakovlev (8), Stanislav Plotnikov (9).
Veronika Koneva won the women’s 7.5 km freestyle ski race, while Ivan Belov (1st division) and Vladimir Bogdanov (2nd) won the men’s race.
Yegor Strikun (1st) and Denis Yudin (2nd) won the men’s 50m classic style race, and Elizaveta Goroshneva won the women’s race. Olesya Baidukova (1st) and Polina Zakharova (2nd) won in the open divisions.
In the women’s 500m freestyle, the winners are: Angelina Tregubova (1), Ekaterina Kirienkova (2), Dina Ankudinova (3), Svetlana Pakulova (4) and Olga Chernikova (5). In men, the races were won by: Alexey Ordinartsev (1), Maxim Yurzhits (2), Vyacheslav Pletnev (3), Maxim Shadrin (4), Alexander Kurlykin (5).
The competitions take place from January 22 to 26. The capital of Tatarstan will bring together more than two thousand athletes and team representatives who will perform in 18 sports. For the first time, summer and winter sports competitions will take place within the same tournament. Previously, general producer Alexander Taschin said Special Olympics events would be covered in the channel’s news releases.
Source : MatchTV
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