About the Federation

General Partner of the Federation

For the first time, the decision to create the Federation was discussed at a meeting of coaches during the Ukrainian diving competition in Zaporizhzhya in 1991.

At the beginning of 1992, a constituent conference was held, which was attended by representatives from all regions that were developing diving sport. The President of the Federation was elected Melnyk Konstantyn Dmytrovych.

In the period from 1993 to 2000, there was a rotation of the leadership in the Federation. The following people were at it’s head: K. Alekseev, I. Gulov, and Y. Osipchuk.

In 2000, as required by law at the time, the Federation was created and registered with the Ministry of Justice. Igor Lisov was elected as the The President of the Federation. He occupies that position today.

Period of activity of the Federation

At the beginning of 1992, before the XXV Olympic Games, V. Stetsenko was a member of the national team.

In 1996, representatives of Ukraine in Atlanta (Georgia, USA) were R. Volodkov (Zaporizhzhya ) and M. Lapin (Mariupol).

Athletes who have been a part of the Ukrainian national diving team from 1996 to 2016:

1996 – M. Lapin, O. Skrypnyk, S. Serbina, R. Volodkov, O. Zhupina, I. Pisareva, O. Yanchenko.

2000 – R. Volodkov, O. Skrypnyk, O. Leonova, A. Sorokina, O. Zhupina, E. Safonov, D. Lysenko, Serbinos, O. Efimenko.

2004 – A. Sorokina, O. Zhupina, E. Safonov, D. Lysenko, O. Fedorova, Y. Shlyahov, R. Volodkov, A. Zakharov.

2008 – O. Fedorova, O. Prygorov, I. Kvasha, M. Voloshchenko, Y. Prokopchuk, A. Pysmenska, A. Zakharov, K. Milyaev.

2012 – Y. Prokopchuk, I. Kvasha, A. Pysmenska, O. Bondar, O. Gorshkovozov, V. Potekhina, A. Zakharov, O. Prygorov, O. Fedorova.

2016 – Y. Prokopchuk, I. Kvasha, M. Dolgov, O. Gorshkovozov, A. Nedobiga, A. Krasnoshlyk, O. Fedorova.

Olympic Games:

2000 (Sydney, Australia) – women’s 3m springboard, 3rd place (Anna Sorokina, Elena Zhupina).

2008 (Beijing, China) – men’s 3m springboard, 3rd place (Illya Kvasha, Olexiy Prygorov).

World Championships (FINA - World Swimming Championships):

2001 (Fukuoka, Japan) – men’s 10m synchro, 3rd place 336 points (Roman Volodkov, Anton Zakharov).

2003 (Barcelona, ​​Spain) – men’s 10m synchro, 2nd place 372 points (Roman Volodkov, Anton Zakharov).

2005 (Montreal, Canada) – women’s 3m synchro, 3rd place 308 points (E. Fedorova, Kristina Ishchenko).

2011 (Shanghai, China) – men’s 10m synchro platform, 3rd place 424 points (A. Gorshkovozov, A. Bondar).

2013 (Dubai, UAE) – men’s 1m springboard, 2nd place 434 points (Illya Kvasha),
women’s 10m platform, 3rd place 358 points (Yulia Prokopchuk).

2015 (Kazan, Russian Federation) – mix (10m and 3m) 2nd place, 426 points (A. Gorshkovozov, Y. Prokopchuk),
men’s 1m springboard, 2nd place 449 points (Illya Kvasha).

European Championships (FINA - Swimming Championships):

2000 (Helsinki, Finland)
men’s 10m synchro platform, 2nd place (Skrypnyk, Volodkov),
women’s 10m platform, 3rd place (Zhupina),
women’s 10m synchro platform, 3rd place (Leonova, Zhupina),
women’s 3m springboard synchro, 3rd place (Sorokina, Zhupina).

2002 (Berlin, Germany)
men’s 10m synchro platform, 1st place 340 (Volodkov, Zakharov),
women’s 10m synchro platform, 2nd place 285 (Leonova, Zhupina),
women’s 10m platform, 3rd place 321 (Olga Leonova).

2004 (Madrid, Spain)
men’s 10m tower, 1st place (Volodkov),
men’s 10m synchro platform, 1st place (Zakharov, Volodkov),
women’s 10m platform, 2nd place (Zhupina),
men’s 3m synchro springboard, 3rd place (Lysenko, Shlyakhov),
women’s 3m springboard, 3rd place (Fedorova),
women’s 3m synchro springboard 3rd place (Ishchenko, Fedorova).

2006 (Budapest, Hungary)
women’s 10m platform, 1st place 338 (Prokopchuk),
men’s 10m platform, 3rd place 436 (Milyaev),
men’s 10m synchro platform, 3rd place 297 (Prokopchuk, Zhuk),
women’s 3m synchro, 3rd place 292 (Fedorova, Ishchenko).

2008 (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
men’s 1m springboard, 1st place 454 (Kvasha),
men’s 3m springboard, 2nd place 468 (Kvasha),
women’s 10m platform, 2nd place 328 (Prokopchuk),
women’s 10m synchro platform, 2nd place (Prokopchuk, Chaplenko),
men’s 3m springboard, 3rd place 406 (Lysenko, Zakharov),
women’s 3m springboard, 3rd place 319 (Fedorova),
women’s 3m synchro springboard, 3rd place 301 (Koroleva, Fedorova),

2010 (Budapest, Hungary)
men’s 1m springboard, 1st place 433 (Kvasha),
men’s 3m synchro springboard, 1st place 431 (Kvasha, Prigorov),
women’s 3m synchro springboard, 2nd place 312 (Fedorova, Pysmenska),
women’s 10m synchro platform, 2nd place (Prokopchuk, Chaplenko).

2012 (Debrecen, Eindhoven)
men’s 1m springboard, 1st place 430 (Kvasha),
women’s 10m platform, 1st place 321 (Prokopchuk),
women’s 3m synchro springboard, 2nd place 302 (Fedorova, Pysmenska),
women’s 10m synchro platform, 2nd place 310 (Prokopchuk, Potekhina).
Team’s, 2nd place 387 (Fedorova, Bondar),
men’s 3m synchro springboard, 3rd place 432 (Kvasha, Prigorov),
men’s 10m synchro platform, 3rd place 437 (Bondar, Gorshkovozov),
women’s 3m springboard, 3rd place 315 (Fedorova).

2014 (Berlin, Germany)
Team’s, 2nd place 409 (Prokopchuk, Bondar),
men’s 3m springboard, 3rd place 477 (Kvasha),
men’s 3m synchro springboard, 3rd place 433 (Kvasha, Gorshkovozov),
men’s 10m synchro platform, 3rd place 415 (Bondar, Dolgov),
women’s 10m platform, 3rd place 341 (Prokopchuk),
women’s 3m synchro springboard, 3rd place 307 (Fedorova, Pysmenska).

2016 (London, United Kingdom)
men’s 1m springboard, 1st place 439 (Kvasha),
women’s 10m platform, 1st place 385 (Prokopchuk),
mixed 10m platform, 1st place 323 (Prokopchuk, Dolgov),
10m synchro platform, 2nd place 278 (Krasnoshlyk, Tatsenko),
Team’s, 2nd place 396 (Gorshkovozov, Prokopchuk),
men’s 3m springboard, 3rd place 463 (Kvasha),
men’s 3m synchro springboard, 3rd place 439 (Kvasha, Gorshkovozov),
men’s 10m synchro platform, 3rd place 429 (Dolgov, Gorshkovozov).

Total:
2 Olympic bronze medals,
4 silver and 4 bronze medals from World Championships,
More than 100 medals from European Championships (FINA and LEN) in 16 years!
This summary does not provide information on the LEN European Championships.

Since 2000, the Diving Federation of Ukraine has been headed by President – Igor Volodymyrovych Lisov.

Lisov I.V. made a considerable contribution to the development of sports and the Diving Federation of Ukraine. Lisov I.V. constantly provides funding support, and in 2013, his Liko-Holding builds a sports complex “Liko”, which soon becomes the center of the Olympic training of Ukrainian athletes and the base of the national diving team of Ukraine.

During his leadership there has been a rapid increase in number of Ukrainian athletes on the world stage and as well as the skills of coaches.

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Lysov Igor Volodymyrovych

Igor Lysov – the President of the Diving Federation of Ukraine (since 1999). Vice-President of the National Olympic Committee (since 2019). Member of the Executive Committee of the NOC of Ukraine (since 2014). The secret of Igor Lysov’s success is inexhaustible energy, strong-willed character and unlimited passion for his favorite business. Igor Volodymyrovych does a great deal for the Ukrainian diving: as a result, Ukraine’s diving team is one of the top three teams in Europe. In 2014, he made the dream of Ukrainian athletes come true – building for them the best swimming pool in Europe.

Lysov Igor Volodymyrovych

President of the Diving Federation of Ukraine. Honorary President of Lico-Holding BC.

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Doctor of Science in Public Administration, Candidate of Economic Sciences.

VOLKOVYNSKY VOLODYMYR GEORGIYOVYCH

Vice President of the Diving Federation of Ukraine.

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Honored coach of Ukraine, working at the sports school № 4 since 1980. Personal trainer of Ukrainian national team member – Prokopchuk Yulia.

UMANETS NINA DMYTRIVNA

Executive Director of the Diving Federation of Ukraine

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TOKMACHOVA TAMARA VOLODYMYRIVNA

Head coach of the Ukrainian national diving team

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LOMAKINA LARYSA VOLODYMYRIVNA

Member of the Executive Committee

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BOYCHAK VICTOR OLEKSANDROVYCH

Member of the Executive Committee

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ZAKHARCHUK INNA YAKIVNA

Member of the Executive Committee

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LIKHACHOVA YULIA MYKHAILIVNA

Judge of international category
Mariupol

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SOROKINA GANNA VALERIIVNA

Judge of international category
Kyiv

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MELNIKOV OLEG VADYMOVYCH

Judge of international category
Lviv

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PATCERINA OLENA VOLODYMYRIVNA

Teacher and trainer since 1994, Master of Sports of the USSR, judge of international category.

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Education: Dnipro State Academy of Physical Education and Sports. During the work she has trained 3 masters of sports of Ukraine. The winners of the championships of Ukraine in different age groups were: Mykhailo Moskvichov, Yevgeny Lomakina, Lilia Kopylets, Ilya Patserin, Alexey Rozdobudko, Yegor Atroshchenko.

KOSHOVY STANISLAV MYKHAYLOVYCH

Judge of the international category.

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Master of Sports of the USSR. Born on May 12, 1974. Has two higher degrees: technical and economical. President of the Luhansk Regional Non-Governmental Organization “Diving Federation”

GOLOVAN ANATOLY IVANOVYCH

Chairman of the Board of Judges
Judge of international category
Mariupol

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REZNICHENKO ANATOLY IVANOVYCH

Judge of international category
Lugansk

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UMANETS NINA DMYTRIVNA

Executive Director of the Diving Federation of Ukraine

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SOLOMONYUK MARIA MYKOLAIVNA

Senior coach of the national team

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RUDYK ALISA OLEGIVNA

Head of the national team

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TOKMACHOV YAROSLAV VOLODYMYROVYCH

Coach-operator of the national team

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GANZA SVITLANA VOLODYMYRIVNA

Chief Accountant

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ROGULOVA KATERYNA PAVLIVNA

Coach-administrator of the national team

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