Roman Oleksenko, 'Community Development' Project Leader, US Peace Corps in Ukraine, Co-founder of Urban Space 500, community activist.
259 954 072 UAH
HEALTH, KYIV MARATHON 2019 (10 of 37)
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My name is Anton Harbar. At 13, I fell ill with lymphoma. At the time, I was serious about football and dreamed of becoming a professional football player but one day after training I went to the hospital. For six months I couldn’t even tie my shoelaces because of hormone therapy and chemotherapy but the treatment worked and I won over the disease. The disease has given me an understanding of how valuable our beautiful life is. I didn’t become a professional player but sports are important for me. It’s been 6 years, and this is the second half marathon I’m running.
We are a team of professionals who love their job. We participate in festivals, races, marathons, charity events. Our specialization is a recovery of athletes after intense physical exertion.
We want to help Viktoria to win over the disease and make her dreams come true! And we hope to meet her at the next sports event!
Valeria Vishnevskaya is a project manager in the field of Internet marketing.
Margarita Gromova - team leader on the site on employment Work.ua.
We have been friends for more than a year and are engaged in crossfit together. We are united by many things, and now we will be united by a common good deed! Together we will run a ten-kilometer distance in Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon and not only in order to put another tick in terms of competition and not only in order to set a personal record. Our other goal is to help the five-year-old Andryusha Moskalenko get the better of epilepsy.
Olga Lavro - wife, mother of two children, founder and co-owner of the automobile company Qiwi Motors.
My whole life is somehow connected with sports and charity. This fall I am running to support little Andryusha and help him defeat epilepsy.
My bike is my lifestyle, it gives me freedom of movement and freedom in the soul. However, now I face a new challenge – the 5,000-meter race. I can’t call myself an avid runner. I will be frank. Unfortunately, I will have no opportunity to run 5 kilometers in Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon, because that day I will “pedal” at the Veloforum in Vinnitsa city. But I also can’t remain indifferent to the story of Mikhail Bratushkin! Therefore, I sincerely undertake to go to the morning runs here in Zaporizhzhia till the official start of the marathon in Kiev and publish video reports daily. But, in spite of everything, I want you not to forget for a second: the focus of attention is the boy for whom we are looking for a liver donor.
Anna Kaplun is a co-founder of the Cowboy-Art visual advertising company.
"This fall I’m running to help little Andryusha get the better of epilepsy. Running is a huge and very important part of my life. Charity is no less important. And I also have my own favorite business, family, two children, and a lot of plans and goals. I love to walk the path towards the goal, which begins with small steps, overcoming myself and ends with a delightful sense of victory. I love to raise my own bar and strive for more. And I even manage to help other women go this way.
Alexandra Grishina – athlete and trainer, master of sports in swimming and triathlon, champion of Ukraine in long-distance triathlon, winner of the Ironman 70.3 series.
"I’m running to help five-year-old Andryusha defeat epilepsy. It is difficult for me, like other healthy people, to imagine what an epileptic attack is. Pain in the flattened muscles, inability to move, lack of air. Once I had to cope with serious injuries, rehabilitating myself after an accident. I know what it is to overcome pain with clenched teeth. In the end, I did it. I am infinitely happy when I see how my coaching example inspires others to go towards the intended goal.
Alexander Sokolenko is an air traffic controller of the UkSATSE enterprise and an amateur athlete.
"This fall I’m running to help five-year-old Andryusha defeat epilepsy. Running has long been an integral part of my life, and over the course of a year I go through many races and marathons. Running has something in common with my favorite job: to achieve the optimal result, you need to plan your actions very clearly, taking into account the situation, conditions, and initial data. Weather conditions, the state of health and the emotional state of the crew – there are no important components in planning a flight and a run.
Vovk-Sobina Olga is the founder of the program for helping patients with cystic fibrosis in the Charitable Foundation “Happy Child”, co-founder of the organization “Ukraine without Torture”.
For more than 7 years non-stop I dedicated myself to helping patients with fibrocystic disease of pancreas, and now I can not imagine life without it. MuViki became my meaning of life and the challenge. I have a goal to help the incredible boy Misha by collecting 9,000 hryvnias for medical examination in Belarus.
- Kurazh bazar
- Giving tuesday 2019
- Change the world. give something yours
- Road to the heart
- New year
- Гастролі добрих речей
- Miles of grace
- Marathon 2015 - 2017
- Lviv half marathon 2017
- Interpipe dnipro half marathon 2018
- Kyiv half marathon 2019
- Kyiv half marathon 2018
- Kyiv half marathon 2017
- Kyiv half marathon 2016
- Kyiv marathon 2019
- Kyiv marathon 2018