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Gymnastics (Artistic) : IV will be held March 26-28, nationwide children's competition in gymnastics memory. I. Ivleva

Irina Ivleva born in 1957 in Brussels, where I attended a music and dance schools. Moved to the city, started gymnastics, meet the standard master of sports, graduated from the Lviv College of Physical Education, and later - Lviv State University, Department of Journalism.
In 1995 Irina mechanical ventilation had to go from Ukraine to Canada, where her evident talent coach and choreographer. She was in love with sports, children and loved his work. Successfully combining choreography with gymnastics, Irene created his teaching method by which young athletes significantly lifted the level of training from their peers from other clubs. Children are so loved his coach with an unusual approach, waiting for classes to look. For a short time pupils Irina Ivlev won championships in Canada and the United States.
January 29, 2000 in faraway Canada tragically and unexpectedly ended Irina mechanical ventilation. She died in a car accident on the way to gymnastic competitions.
Irina came to say goodbye to the entire club. In the coffin favorite coach children left their sports awards - not just brought their show last time and left forever with that, which helped them win.
In March of 2006. Basil Svischova initiative - a man blessed memory of Irene mechanical ventilation began operating fund support the development of gymnastics, the first nationwide children's competitions Irina Ivlev, paid monthly stipends the best gymnasts the region, supported by a variety of exercise activities and initiatives.

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Gymnastics (Artistic)

Gymnastics (Artistic)

IV Ukrainian children's competitions in gymnastics memory of Iryna IvlevaIV will be held March 26-28, nationwide children's competition in gymnastics memory. I. Ivleva12-13 December at the gymnastics hall SKA was eleventh traditional international memoria