Honorary Vice – Presidents and members of the Governing Boar
Seleznev Lev Nikolaevich
Was the President of the All – Russian Federation of Sports for Persons with Physical Impairments until 2018, Master of Sports of the USSR, Honored coach of the Russian Federation, Honored Worker of Physical Culture and Sports (since 1998).
He was born on September 27, 1937 in the Moscow region.
In 1961 he graduated from the Moscow Regional Teacher’s Institute named after N.K. Krupskaya, Faculty of Physical Education. Specialty in diploma - teacher of physical education, trainer, teacher of anatomy and physiology. Majoring in – physical – education teacher, Anatomy and Physiology teacher.
Since 1992, he has been working with Paralympic National team.
From 1961 to 1963 – he was a teacher of physical education at the Bykovskaya eleven – year school (the Sakhalin Region, Dolinsk Municipality, Bykov village).
From 1963 to 1964 – he was a physical education instructor and teacher of physical education of the City Vocational Technical School №15 (the Moscow region).
From 1964 to 1975 – Lev Seleznev was trainer – instructor at the Children’s Sports School №2 of the Voskresensk City Department of Public Education (Voskresensk city, the Moscow region).
From 1975 to 1978 – he was athletics head coach, deputy chairman of the Moscow Regional council of the All – Union Volunteer Sports Society “Industrial Trainees” (Voskresensk city, the Moscow region).
From 1978 to 1987 – he was a coach of the USSR National Athletics Team in the Moscow region of the Physical culture and Sports Committee under the Moscow Regional Executive Committee (Voskresensk city, the Moscow region).
From 1987 to 1991 – Lev Seleznev trainer – inspector, Chief Specialist of the Summer sports department of the Sports Reserves Department of the USSR State Committee.
From 1991 to 1995 – he was a Vice Chairman of the Executive Board of the All Russian Republican Health and Fitness Sports Club for disabled persons.
From 1995 to 1997 – he was a leading expert, chief expert of the Social Rehabilitation Department of the Central Board of the All – Russian Society for disabled persons.
From 1997 to 2002 – Lev Seleznev was a leading expert in the Department of Physical Education, chief expert in the Department of Health and Fitness work with people with disabilities, head of the Recreation and Physical Rehabilitation of the Department of the Development of Physical Culture of the State Committee for Physical culture and Sports of the Russian Federation.
From 1999 to 2018 - he became a co – founder and is currently the Honorary President of the All – Russian federation of Sports for Persons with Physical Impairments.
From 2002 to 2006 – Lev Seleznev was the Head of the Department of Scientific and Methodological Support and Analytical Work, Head Coach of the Russian National Athletics team of the Federal State Institution “Center for Sports Training of Russian National Teams”.
From 2006 to 2011 – he was a Head Coach of the Paralympic National team, head of the Sports and Methodological Department.
Since 2006 – he has been working as Advisor to the Chief of Staff of the Paralympic Committee.
He was awarded the first class medal of the “Order of Merit for the Motherland” (2014), Order of Friendship (2002), Certificate of Merit of President of the Russian Federation (2011), Appreciation of the President of the Russian Federation (2010), the commemorative medal "XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi” and Certificate of Merit of President of the Russian Federation to it (2014), Badge of honor “Patriot of Russia” (2016), Appreciation of the Russian Paralympic Committee President “For the high level of organization of the preparation and participation of the Russian sports team in the XI Paralympic Winter Games in 2014 in Sochi” (2014), Appreciation ““For active work in the preparation and holding of the World Games of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS)” (2015), medals “For the development of virgin lands” and “For courage in the fire”, the medal “15 years of the Russian Paralympic Committee”, Anniversary sign “20 years of the Russian Paralympic Committee” (2016).
Married, has two sons and granddaughter.
Tarabykin Akesandr Victorovich
Born April 29, 1955 in the city of Novosibirsk, in a family of servants. After graduation, he entered the Department of Physical Culture of the Tyumen Teacher’s College (1971-1974). Then he began sports activities, starting work as a children's coach in the regional sports school.
From 1975 to 1977 - served in sports units of military units of the Soviet Army. Master of Sports of the USSR.
From 1977 to 1982 – while he was engaged in sports and sporting activities, he graduated from the Department of Physical Education of the Kurgan Teacher’s Institute. Teacher of the youth sports school of the city of Tyumen.
For more than 20 years (from 1971-1994) he was engaged in the physical education of young people and the preparation of a special contingent for service in the ranks of the armed forces of the Russian Federation and the navy.
From 1985 to 1986 - He continued his professional activities as director of the sports complex of the Vinzilinsky home-building factory in Tyumen. Then - as the director of the tourist center, the head of the Pioneer camp Glavtyumenneftegazstroy.
From 1986 to 1989 - Director of the sports complex "SibNIPIgazstroy."
From 1989 to 1990 - Deputy Manager of the Obsantehmontazh Trust.
Since 1990, he has been creating and organizing the work of a number of enterprises for disabled people: the recreational cooperative “Health”, the production cooperative “Development”, the All-Russian Charity Federation of Disabled Sports CJSC Firm Olymp-5, and the Paralympic Committee of the Tyumen Region. At these enterprises, people with disabilities were rehabilitated by means of physical education and sports, and received professions and jobs.
In 1995, in the city of Tobolsk, Tyumen Region Aleksandr Tarabykin took the initiative to develop the Paralympic movement in Russia, becoming one of the founders of the "Russian Paralympic Committee." From this moment, he has been actively working as vice president of the Russian Paralympic Committee.
In 1998, he was elected as President of the Russian Committee of the World Youth Games and Vice President of the International Committee of the World Youth Games.
Tarabykin Alexander Viktorovich for over 15 years has been conducting directed work to adapt the disabled people and integrate them into public life.
Under his leadership, 8 Russian championships among athletes with disabilities were held.
As a result of his activities, the Tyumen region has rightfully become the largest center of international sports, significantly expanding the international relations of disabled athletes of Russia.
In 1996, the World Winter Cultural and Sports Festival for Disabled Athletes was held in Tyumen with the participation of 17 countries of near and far abroad.
In the same year, Alexander Viktorovich organized the International Congress on the problems of social, medical and psychological-pedagogical rehabilitation for disabled people.
In 1997, the European Championship among disabled athletes in cross-country skiing and biathlon was held in Tobolsk. The Russian team won and took 21 gold, 21 silver and 21 bronze medals.
In November 1997, he ran for the position of Vice President of the International Paralympic Committee in Sydney (Australia).
In 1998, he was elected as Chairman of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) of the Asian continent.
In 1998, the Tyumen region became the main base for training athletes with disabilities for the Paralympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. The result of the performance of the Russian team is 3 team places and 12 gold medals, 8 of which were won by athletes with disabilities from the Tyumen region, prepared by A.V. Tarabykin, B.A. Mishatin, V.A. Goldinov.
Since 2001 – he is Associate professor of the Department of Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine and Physical Education with a course of physiotherapy and sports medicine of the faculty of Improvement of Medical Doctors of Russian State Medical University, Moscow. He has scientific articles and publications (over 20), developments and comprehensive programs for the development of physical education in the Russian Federation.
From 2001 to 2004 - 2001 - 2004 - Director of the training and sports complex of the Russian State Medical University.
In 2006, he was re-elected as Vice President of the Russian Paralympic Committee.
Merits and Honors
Order № 176 –r of November 28, 1996 he was awarded an Honorary Diploma of the Government of the Russian Federation for his great personal contribution to solving the problems of social integration of people with disabilities in society.
For achievements in the development of physical culture and sports of the Paralympic movement in Russia, he was awarded the State Prizes:
By decree of the President of July 26, 1994, he was awarded the honorary title “Honored Worker of Physical Culture of the Russian Federation”
He was awarded the Order of Friendship by presidential decree of March 4, 1998
On October 1, 1998, by the Chairman of the State Committee of the Russian Federation for Physical Culture and Tourism, was awarded the honorary title “Honored Trainer of Russia”.
Awarded with medals:
“300 years of the Russian fleet”
"For the strengthening of the military community"
"For military valor"
“200 years to the Ministry of Defense”
"300 years of the Baltic Fleet"
Tsarik Anatoly Vladimirovich
Higher education. He graduated from the Gomel Pedagogical University named after V.P. Chkalov, the Academy of Social Sciences (with honors) and the Academy of National Economy of the USSR.
From September to November 1961, he was a physical education teacher at the Mozyr secondary school No. 4 of the Belorussian SSR.
From 1963 to 1964 – he was instructor of the regional council of the voluntary sports society "Minsk Regional Council".
From 1964 to 1965 – Anatoly Tsarik was senior trainer of the Council of the Union of sports societies and organizations of the Belarusian SSR.
From 1965 to 1969 - he was head of the office of the department of physical education for students of the Council of the Union of Sports Societies and Organizations of the Belarusian SSR.
From 1969 to 1973 – he was Head of the Office of Sports Federations of the Council of the Union of Sports Societies and Organizations of the Belarusian SSR.
From 1973 to 1980 – he was a head of the Department of Water Sports of the Committee for Physical Culture and Sports under the Council of Ministers of the USSR.
From 1980 to 1981 - he was the head trainer and methodologist of the Inspectorate for Monitoring the Implementation of Party and Government Decisions, as well as decisions taken by the USSR Sports Committee.
From 1981 to 1986 – Anatoly Tsarik was a Chairman of the Central Council of the Lokomotiv Voluntary Sports Society.
From 1986 to 1992 - he was a head of the Main Directorate of Physical Education for the Population of the USSR State Committee for Physical Culture and Sports.
From 1992 to 1996 – he was a President of the All-Russian Association of Physical Culture and Sports for All.
From 1996 to 1997 – he was a Deputy Director of the All-Russian Research Institute of Physical Culture and Sports.
From 1997 to 1998 – Anatoly Tsarik was a Head of the Center for Regional Problems of Physical Culture and Sports of the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Physical Culture and Sports.
From 1998 to 1999 - he was the head of the department of sports and athletic work with people with disabilities of the Department of health and recreation, and relations with state and public organizations of the State Committee of the Russian Federation for Physical Culture and Tourism.
From 1999 to 2000 – Anatoly Tsarik was a Head of the Department of Physical Education and Sports Schools of the Department of Physical Culture and Sports of the Ministry of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Russian Federation.
Since 2000 – he has been working as a Vice President of the Russian Paralympic Committee.
From 2000 to 2002 – he was a Deputy Head of the Department for the Development of Physical Culture of the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism.
From April to June 2002 – he was a Deputy Rector of the Academy of Nations (Moscow).
From 2004 to 2010 – he was a national coach for Paralympic sports of the federal state institution "Center for the sports training of national teams of Russia."
In 2010, he was the head coach of the Russian national athletics team at the Center for Sports Training of the Russian National Teams.
From February 2010 to the present – Anatoly Tsarik is a Deputy Head of the Paralympic, Deaflympic and Non-Olympic Sports Department of the Center for Sports Training of Russian National Teams of the Federal State Budgetary Institution.
Laureate of the All-Union Society “Knowledge” competition for the author’s book “On Physical and Spiritual Culture”, author-compiler of the books “Physical Rehabilitation and Sport of Disabled People”, “Handbook of the Worker of Physical Culture and Sports” (four editions), “Collection of statutes and regulations in Paralympic Sports” (two editions) and the book “Paralympic Sports”, the author of the book “Body and Spirit Culture”and the brochure“ Physical Education of the Population and Mass Sports in Japan”, a number of other books and brochures, as well as more than 150 scientific and scientific practical articles.
He was awarded the Order of Honor (2010), the Certificate of Honor of the President of the Russian Federation (2013), the Certificate of Appreciation of the President of the Russian Federation (2011), the commemorative medal “XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi” and a letter of President of the Russian Federation Federation to it (2014), Order of Friendship of Peoples (1986), Gratitude of the President of the Russian Paralympic Committee “For the high level of organization of preparation and participation of the Russian sports team at the XIV Paralympic Summer Games 2012 in London” (2012), Gratitude of the President of the Russian Paralympic Committee “For the high level of organization of preparation and participation of the Russian sports team in the XI Paralympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi” (2014), Appreciation ““For active work in the preparation and holding of the World Games of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS)” (2015), medal “15 years of the Russian Paralympic Committee”, Anniversary badge com “20 years of the Russian Paralympic Committee” (2016).