On Friday, December 21, at the Olympic base in Koncha-Zaspa was held XXXIII report-election General Assembly of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine.
About it reports a press-Department service.
The President of the Olympic Committee for the next four years was re-elected the Olympic champion, the sixfold world champion Sergey Bubka.
The former athlete, who recently turned 55 years old, heads the national Olympic Committee of Ukraine since 2005. Was also selected Vice-presidents, the composition of the Executive Committee and the audit Committee of the NOC of Ukraine.
The Assembly was attended by the athletes-Olympians, the leaders of the national federations, the regional centres of the Olympic Committee, sports societies, representatives of public and state organizations.
After successful sports career of famed Olympic champion, multiple champion and world record holder in pole vaulting Sergey Bubka works efficiently for the post of sports Manager.
He serves on the Board of world sport, being a member of the Executive Committee of the International Olympic Committee and first Vice-President of the International Association of athletics federations.
Sergey Bubka – Soviet and Ukrainian athlete-athlete in pole vaulting. The first person in the world, oozing down six meters. Olympic champion 1988. The only athlete who has won six world Championships (1983, 1987, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997). Honored master of sports of the USSR (1983). European champion (1986) and the USSR (1984, 1985)