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Support of Paralympic movement

Support of sports development in this country is one of priority directions of Russian Register social responsibility.

Russian Register provides all kinds of assistance to Russian champion, bronze medalist of London Paralympic Games Larisa Volik. Larisa is professionally engaged in rowing and track-and-field athletics for over six years, during which thanks to her hard work, perseverance and will to win she was able to achieve significant results. The sportswoman’s current main achievement is bronze medal winning in track-and-field athletics in throwing discipline at London Paralympic Games. In 2014 Larisa has earned the right to take part in Krasnodar stage of Olympic and Paralympic Torch Relay.

We are extremely pleased that prior to her joining a professional sport she used to be an employee of Russian Register Yuzhny branch-office. Warm relationships established during her work still exist. Russian Register tries to provide Larisa all kinds of assistance, supports her and wishes new grand victories and achievements!

LARISA VOLIK’S ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • Honored master of Sports,
  • Multiple Champion of Russia in track-and-field athletics among sportsmen with spinal cord injuries (SCI),
  • Silver and bronze medalist of 2012 European Track-and-Field Athletics Championship among sportsmen with SCI (Stadtscanal, the Netherlands),
  • Bronze medalist of 2012 Track-and-Field Paralympic Games (London, England),
  • Bronze medalist of 2013 World Track-and-Field Athletics Championship among sportsmen with SCI (Lyon, France),
  • Winner of 2014 Paracanoe World Cup (Szeged, Hungary),
  • 2014 Champion of Russia in Paracanoe (Moscow, Russia),
  • Silver medalist of 2014 Paracanoe European Championship (Brandenburg, Germany),
  • Silver medalist of 2014 Paracanoe World Championship (Moscow, Russia),
  • Winner of 2015 Cup of Russia in rowing and canoeing among sportsmen with SCI (Krasnodar, Russia).  

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