In a stubborn struggle of equals. Sakhalin athletes show the character of competitions – Soviet Sakhalin

Veronika Gruzdo and Mikhail Kozharov are among the best young athletes of Russia.

“Shipovka Young”

Korsakov’s athletes, students of coaches Sergey Dolgov and Elena Elokhina, Veronika Gruzdo and Mikhail Kozharov became the owners of medals from the All-Russian athletics competition at the Mlada Shipovka quadriathlon. The competitions were held in Sochi and brought together competitors from all over the country in different age groups.

Mikhail Kozharov competes in the “junior born 2007-2008” category. Together with him, 180 competitors fought for the honors at this age. After the results of the 60-meter race with a result of 7.35 seconds, Mikhail became the owner of the gold medal.

In the category “girls born 2011 – 2012.” 186 competitors fought the strongest for the title. Among them is Veronika Gruzdo. The girl competed at a distance of 500 meters and took second place with a result of 1:25.74, the press service of the regional Ministry of Sports reported.

First time winners

In Khabarovsk, the results of the Far Eastern stage of the championship of Russian railways Lokovolei-2022 were summarized. Participants in the tournament were ten teams of girls born in 2006-2007.

The competition started with a preliminary stage, in which the volleyball players were divided into two subgroups.

The volleyball team of the Sakhalin Sports School (coach Marina Zakharova) took second place in subgroup A. It beat rivals from Arseniev, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Birobidzhan, but let the Khabarovsk team advance.

The two best teams from each subgroup became participants in the semi-finals. The islanders at this stage conceded to the leader in subgroup “B” – the marine team.

In the final, the Primorsky girls defeated the women from Khabarovsk and won gold medals.

“Bronze” in the assets of the Sakhalin volleyball players, who won hitinok in the match for the third place.

The team from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk for the first time in history became the winner of the Far Eastern stage of the championship of the Russian Railways Lokovolei.

Victoria Ogneva from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk was recognized as the best setter of the tournament.

A successful tour

In Syktyvkar, the results of the first round of the Russian volleyball championship among women’s teams of the 1st league (the championship of the Central Federal District) were summarized.

In total, a dozen volleyball teams, divided into two subgroups, participate in the tournament.

The participants of subgroup “A” gathered in Syktyvkar. These are Severyanka-3, SSOR-Severyanka (both Cherepovets), School No. 1 (Syktivkar), School No. 2 (Kostroma), Belogorochka-BSTU (Belgorod), Sakhalin (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk).

The island region is represented by students of the volleyball sports school (coach Konstantin Pak).

In the first match, our team lost to Cherepovets volleyball players (0:3). Then she showed her character by winning in a tiebreak against the hosts of the site (3:2).

In the final match, Sakhalin defeated SSOR No. 2 – 3:1 (25:15, 25:17, 19:25, 25:16).

Based on the results of the tour, the leader became SSOR-Severyanka (3 wins). 2 wins in assets of Sakhalin and School #1. Belogorochka-BGTU and Severyanka-3 won one match each. But “SSHOR No. 2” has no victories yet.

100th win

The victory over the AKM-Junior team from Tula was a jubilee for the Sakhalin Sharks. This is the 100th victory in the Junior Hockey League championship for the island team.

The 100th victory of the Sakhalin Sharks.

The first victory is from September 18, 2014. On that day, the “sharks” defeated “Dynamo” from St. Petersburg (3:1). It was the Predators’ sixth game in the MHL.

The first away win had to wait 28 games. On November 18, 2014, the Sharks defeated the Amur Tigers in Khabarovsk (3:0). This, by the way, was the first “biscuit” of the islanders.

The first victory in the penalty shootout happened on December 19, 2014 (MVD – Sakhalin Sharks – 1: 2). And in overtime, the Sakhalin hockey players won in only their second season in the MHL. This happened on September 16, 2015 (Dynamo-Raubichi – Sakhalin Sharks – 4:5).

The breakdown of wins by season looks like this.

  • 2014 – 2015: 15 wins.
  • 2015 – 2016: 14 wins.
  • 2019 – 2020: 28 wins
  • 2020 – 2021: 19 wins.
  • 2021 – 2022: 16 wins
  • 2022 – 2023: 8 wins.

In regular time – 72 victories, in extra time – 12, in penalties – 16.

On his own ice – 55 victories, on foreign ice – 45.

Prepared by Yuri PODLIPENSKI.

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