Synonyms for matviychuk or Related words with matviychuk
Examples of "matviychuk"
or Matveichuk () is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname that may refer to
(; born 13 January 1982) is a Ukrainian long-distance runner.
(; born 1 May 1998) is a Russian football player. He plays for PFC CSKA Moscow.
(born 29 December 1982) is a Ukrainian amateur lightweight boxer. He won a bronze medal at the 2011 European Championships and competed at the 2016 Olympics, where he was eliminated in the first bout.
has degrees in economics and coaching from Zhytomyr State Technological University.
In the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election
as an independent candidate won a single-member districts in Odessa with 24.20% of the votes and is thus a member of the Ukrainian parliament since 27 November 2014.
Bantamweight boxer Mykola Butsenko secured an additional Olympic spot with his quarterfinal triumph at the 2016 AIBA World Qualifying Tournament in Baku, Azerbaijan, while Volodymyr
and Denys Solonenko rounded out the Ukrainian roster at the 2016 APB and WSB Olympic Qualifier in Vargas, Venezuela.
is a three-time national champion for the 5000 and 10,000 metres. In 2001, he won the gold medal in the junior division at the European Cross Country Championships in Thun, Switzerland, with a time of 19 minutes and 29 seconds. He also set a personal best time of 2:10:36, by finishing fifth at the 2008 Turin Marathon.
represented Ukraine at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed for the men's marathon, along with his compatriots Oleksandr Kuzin and Oleksandr Sitkovskyy. He successfully finished the race in twenty-seventh place by eight seconds behind Morocco's Abderrahime Bouramdane, with a time of 2:17:50.
is the Ukrainian Regional State Administration representative from Odessa and its governor who handed over 41 school busses to its Departments of Education. In 2013 his was appoined and later dismissed by Viktor Yanukovych who appointed Mykola Skoryk in his place. He, however, denied resignation and have vowed to continue his political career as governor of Odessa.
In January 2015, several videos surfaced of Tolstykh physically abusing prisoners captured at the Second Battle of Donetsk Airport. Tolstykh is seen clearly identifying himself before grabbing the prisoners by the face, brandishing a dagger, and cutting off military insignia and forcing them into the prisoners' mouths. Oleksandra
, head of the Kiev-based Center for Civil Liberties, calls what appears in the videos "flagrant violations of the Geneva Conventions" and says she is preparing the groundwork for prosecution.
The 2012 Pyongyang Marathon was held as part of celebrations for the 100 years since Kim Il-sung's birth and featured one of the race's closest ever finishes: Pak recorded the same time as Oleksandr
(2:12:54 hours), but it was the Ukrainian who topped the podium. He was chosen to race at the Olympics for a second time and ended the 2012 Olympic men's marathon in 52nd place. He had his third fastest time of his career in Pyongyang in 2013, but managed only fourth place behind foreign opposition.
The marathon was held for the first time in 1981 for men, and the women's event was initiated in 1984. The 2009 race was the 22nd event. The competition was opened for international runners again in 2000. The race starts and finishes at the Rungnado May Day Stadium or Kim Il Sung Stadium and runs along the Taedong River. At the 2010 edition of the race, Ukrainian Ivan Babaryka became the first European runner to win in Pyongyang in 24 years. The race in 2012 was held as part of celebrations for the 100 years since Kim Il-sung's birth and featured one of the race's closest ever finishes: Oleksandr
and Pak Song-chol were given identical times (2:12:54 hours), with the Ukrainian guest taking the title.
In 2001 Porroshenko expressed interest in the creation of the Our Ukraine Bloc. However, in order to receive quote in Our Ukraine he had to join the bloc with his whole party. The Party of Ukraine's Solidarity failed to break away from the Party of Regions, therefore Poroshenko decided to create a new phantom party with a similar name, the party "Solidarity". At the 2002 parliamentary elections Solidarity was able to join Our Ukraine. Top party members who received a parliamentary mandate on party list of the Our Ukraine electoral bloc in 2002 were Volodymyr Plyutynsky, Volodymyr Makeyenko, Eduard
, Anatoliy Korchynsky, while a single constituency in Vinnytsia Oblast was won by Petro Poroshenko.
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