Issue 73, November 2014.
Get the latest updates on FC Karpaty matches, BK Politekhnika-Halychyna beginning to the 2014-15 season, Lviv’s Sokol Rugby Squad winning Ukrainian SuperLeague bronze, MMA Championship (Mixed Martial Arts) which took place in Lviv
Issue 72, October 2014.
Find out about Track cycling Championship of Ukraine as well as Ukrainian national team qualifying to Women’s 2015 World Cup, results of local FC “Karpaty as well as up’s and downs of FC “Shakhtar” (Donetsk), Open Championship of Ukraine Summer Biathlon and finally, get proud for 2012 London Olympic heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, who won title of WBO Intercontinental champion in his first professional match.
Issue 71, September 2014.
Follow up the latest results for Football Champions League that kicked off in Lviv, admire Lviv’s Pavlo Korostylov, who won gold medal for Ukraine at the 2nd Youth Olympic Games that took place last month in Nanjing, China, alongside with more news on special Independence Day wheelchair fencing friendly match and much more.
Issue 70, July 2014.
Get the latest results of the Ukrainian National Women’s Football team playing two important World Cup qualifying matches in Lviv, ITF UKRZAKHID junior tennis tournament, the 2014 Ukraine Cup water polo championship, the velopolo tournament finals and congratulate local rugby players of “Sokil “ with two wins in one week.
Issue 69, June 2014.
Be informed about the Danone Nations Cup held at Arena Lviv, traditional ‘Martial Arts Against Juvenile Delinquency & Drug Abuse’ Festival-Tournament dedicated to International Children’s Day and annual Girl’s Velo parade.
Issue 68, May 2014.
Follow up the latest results for FC “Karpaty, get update on Lviv’s women’s handball team Halychyna-Lviv successes, learn more about 10th European Nations Cup (ENC) Division 1B rugby championship, Bodybuilding: Ukraine Cup in Lviv alongside with more sport news.
Issue 67, April 2014.
Follow up the latest results for FC “Karpaty, Karpaty Alumni Match Played to Honour an “Indivisible Ukraine”, get update on Lviv’s BC “Polytekhnika-Halychyna” results of the season and admire Olympic finalist Andriy Kotelnik’s ‘AK Box Promotion’ youth boxing school progress.
Issue 66, March 2014.
Amid the backdrop of the host nation invading its territory before the 2014 Winter Paralympics even began, Ukrainian paralympians turned in a fine set of performances. When the Ukrainian Paralympic Committee decided against boycotting the competition, the athletes found small ways to voice their displeasure with events back home.
Issue 66, March 2014.
Finally, the turmoil across Ukraine has called into question whether Ukraine will be ready to host the EuroBasket Championship in 2015; a tournament of which Lviv is set to be a host city. Construction delays have been noted all over the country, while there are obvious security risks in both Kyiv and Odessa. “FIBA Europe fully understands the problems and issues that the organisers are currently facing because of the political instability in the country,” the governing body said in a press release. “FIBA Europe will continue to stay in close contact with them as well as continue to monitor the situation independently. ”As not a single one of the six venues is yet to be completed, there is a very real risk of the tournament being moved to another location. This would be a big blow to the future of Ukrainian basketball, just at the time when the Ukrainian National basketball team is set to participate in its first-ever World Basketball Championships this summer in Spain.
Issue 66, March 2014.
From the time former world bronze medallist cross-country skier Valentina Shevchenko, competing in her fourth Olympics, walked into Fisht Stadium in Sochi during the Opening Ceremonies with the Ukrainian flag to the rapturous welcome from the Russian fans, one could tell that the 22nd Olympic Winter Games would turn out to be something special for Ukraine. Led by our world class women’s biathlon team, the Ukrainian Olympic Committee had high hopes to end a 20-year gold medal drought and to put up a good showing in advance of the IOC’s decision to shortlist the 2022 Olympic bid cities (including Lviv) this summer. By the end of the spectacle, the Olympic Games in Sochi turned out to be memorable for the Ukrainian athletes … and not just because of the results in the events.