21 May 2018

The medical staff of the City Ambulance Station became the best in the team sport at the City School Olympics for healthcare practitioners. This was told to the correspondent of the agency "Minsk-News" by the deputy chairman of the Minsk City Committee of the Belarusian Trade Union of Health Practitioners Volha Traskowskaja.

“The ambulance medical staff won in three competitions at once: in men's and women's volleyball and in mini-football,"  V. Traskowskaja noted. “In total, more than 500 people took part in the sports event that took place this weekend, many of them came with families. It turned out to be a real sporting event.”

Also, V. Traskowskaja named the winners in the individual championship.

Weight-lifting

Gold medals were won by Aliaksiej Syantovich (City Clinical Pathoanatomical Bureau) in weight up to 75 kg, Dzmitryj Sushko (Minsk City Clinical Oncology Clinic) in weight up to 90 kg — Jawhienij Kurtniziraw (5th City Clinical Hospital).

Table Tennis

The best among women was Hanna Liasitsa (8th city children's polyclinic), and among men — Aliaksandar Razanaw (12th dental polyclinic).

Swimming

In the age group up to 35 years, the first place among men was occupied by Jawhieni Dzieraviakin (16th Сity Сlinical Зolyclinic), among women — Janina Piankova (9th Сity Сlinical Рospital). In the age category over 35 years, Juryj Rudzionak (31st Сity Polyclinic) won for men, Volha Nazarava (8th Dental Clinic) for women.

Shooting Sports (from air rifle)

Champions were Natallia Baranowskaja (City Infectious Clinical Hospital) and Siarhiej Jaskow (9th City Clinical Hospital).

In addition, health workers competed in the summer multidiscipline competition "Health".

All winners were awarded medals, cups and cash prizes.

The organizers of the competition are the Minsk City Committee of the Belarusian Trade Union of Healthcare Workers and the Health Committee of the Minsk City Executive Committee.

 

Photos are provided by the Minsk City Committee of the Belarusian Trade Union of Healthcare Workers