The Russian Boccia Championship has ended in Peresvet (Moscow Region).
72 athletes from 20 regions of the country took part in the competitions held by the All-Russian Federation of Sport for Persons with Physical Impairments from October 18 to 23.
The Moscow team became the winner in the team event. The athletes from the capital won 3 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze medals.
The second place in the team event with 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals took boccia players from Moscow region.
The third place was taken by the St. Petersburg team, with 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals.
In total, representatives of 8 constituent entities of the Russian Federation rose to the podium.
1. Mikhail Gutnik (St. Petersburg)
2. Mikhail Letnikov (Moscow region)
3. Olga Dolgova (Sevastopol)
1. Dmitry Kozmin (Moscow)
2. Anton Terekhov (Moscow region)
3. Nicholas Anozov (Krasnodar Territory)
1. Alexander Legostaev (Perm Territory)
2. Vitaliy Vasiliev (Saint Petersburg)
3. Maxim Vasiliev (Moscow)
1. Danila Feinstein (Moscow)
2. Ivan Frolov (Moscow)
3. Sergey Safin (Saratov region)
TRIPLE ВС1 / ВС2:
1. Moscow region (Ethel Koshkarova, Ivan Lapshin, Mikhail Letnikov, Artem Peshanov, Anton Terekhov)
2. Moscow (Georgy Bychkov, Georgy Zhavoronkov, Maxim Balobonkin, Dmitry Kozmin, Ruslan Korytin)
3. Republic of Tatarstan (Natalia Kulagina, Ruslan Podkovkin, Anatoly Rospasienko, Ramil Sharafutdinov)
1. The Krasnodar Territory (Anna Guryeva, Artem Kostanyan, Evgeny Maslovsky)
2. Moscow (Anton Angelov, Denis Bartosh, Maxim Vasiliev)
3. Saint Petersburg (Vitaly Vasiliev, Ksenia Kudryavtseva)
1. Moscow city (Danila Feinstein, Ivan Frolov, Timur Aliev)
2. Saratov region (Anton Kunisov, Sergey Safin)
3. Moscow region (Olga Zyateva, Anastasia Novikova, Sergey Opritov)