Alexander Petrovsky congratulated the Champion of Europe on the modern pentathlon of Dnipro, Vladislav Ridvansky.
Recently, the European pentathlon championship among young people under 24 has ended in the city of Jonkow (Poland).
A brilliant result in these competitions was won by 22-year-old Dnipro athlete Vladislav Ridvansky. He became a team champion and a silver medalist in the personal championship. Only 2 points were not enough for the five-way victory to be won by Pole Lukas Gudlovsky.
Philanthropist and President of the International Charitable Foundation "Solidarity" Alexander Petrovsky, who always supports the Dnipro sport, congratulated European Champion on modern pentathlon Vladislav Ridvansky and his coaches and mentors with this success, personally handed over money for money achieved and moving forward. The meeting was held at the Olympia Plus sports complex. It was also attended by Vice President of the All-Ukrainian Federation and President of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Federation of Contemporary Pentathlon Sergei Timarev and athletes coaches Andrey Maliy and Igor Vishnyakov.
Generally.What concerns our young champion, as the senior trainer-teacher of SHVSM of Dnepropetrovsk region, the senior trainer-teacher of KPNZ «City specialized children's and youth sports school of the Olympic reserve» of Dniprovsk city council - Igor Vishnyakov - young Wladyslaw his practice is the first result of this level. He was successful in fencing, a good run, but he was worried about shooting. However, this is a significant result and I think in the next season he has a chance to perform better. "
By the way, these are the last races of the annual cycle. Currently, Vladislav has a chance to relax, socialize with his family and start preparing for the 2019 start.
It should be noted that the process of preparation of Vladislav Ridvansky for the European Championship lasted for 9 months. The pentathlete trained under the guidance of experienced mentors: Sergei Timarev, Andrew Malia, Igor Vishnyakov and Anatoly Shkiptany.