Vice – President
Vice – President
Vice – President, Head of Boards of Trustees
Head of Coaches Committee
Head of Judge Committee
Head of Medical Committee
Dmytro Dmytrenko – Presidium member
Iryna Medvedeva – Presidium member
Olga Petrova — Presidium member
Tamara Tsymbal — Presidium member
Popularization and development of figure skating in Ukraine
Together through hardship to the stars
Federation respects each member of his view and work.
The Federation is obliged to inform all members of the Federation of his decision to listen to the members of the Federation, to conduct an ongoing dialogue with cells Federation, Federation members and parents through communication throught internet, telephone, site of, as well as through annual reporting conference
The Federation is open and has transparent financial policy, give annual at the end of season reports to the members of the Federation, on progress and future plans.
In the second half of the last century, figure skating rapidly reached a new, very high level in Ukraine.
In 50 years, it was the center of Kyiv figure skating in Ukraine. At this time, the stadium “Dynamo” had started to fill the first rollers, which came first and skaters.
In the 60 years began to work the first indoor ice rink, which was built for the Kiev Ballet on ice. At this time coaches of figure skating arrived in Kyiv. Among them was known world – Peter Orlov, USSR champion in men’s single skating (1947), Nina and coach Stanislav Zhuk.
From the 60-70 in Kiev worked many sports schools of figure skating. At this time, Ukraine had had its champions in figure skating.
In the mid-60s there was more development and figure skating gets in Kharkiv.
In Kharkiv sports school of figure skating, started its career “EMU coach Galina Zmiyevska which produced two Olympic champions.
In 1973, when Alexander Danyluk, Konstantin Holomazov and Andrei Romanov came to the ballet on ice, Ukraine felt “second” breath of the sport and the arts.
George Zimmerman – the famous founder of sports school of figure skating in Odessa. It was George Zimmerman who was able to raise the level of figure skating in Odessa, at high enough decent level.
In 1992 Viktor Petrenko won the XVI Olympic Games in men’s figure skating in Albertville.
In February 1994, at the XVII Olympic Winter Games in Lillehameri the first time in Olympic sports delegation took part sportsmen from Ukraine. Despite a rather dramatic situation due to numerous injuries among athletes, also because of unequal competition – the Games were assumption professionals still sixteen Oksana Baiul – Ukrainian athlete, managed to become champion of the Olympic Games in figure skating, the first of the former Soviet Union in the and the youngest form of competition after a legend – Sonja Haney.
High achievements of our skaters on the international scene is the result of the effectiveness and sustainability of scientific and methodical, technical and organizational foundations of the sport.
In 60 years, scientific support of the training process in the USSR team in figure skating was carried out only on the basis of methodologies, this can not be said for 70 years.
In 70 years of comprehensive steps were taken to develop winter sports. And in the early 70’s it was sent to the emergence of more targeted research that would have carried a prognostic, faster character
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