Oxana Slesarenko

Oxana Vladimirovna Slesarenko[1] (Russian: Окса́на Влади́мировна Слесаре́нко; born April 27, 1970 in Sverdlovsk, USSR) is a Russian wheelchair curler.[2]

Oxana Slesarenko
 
Oksana Vladimirovna Slesarenko.jpg
Born (1970-04-27) April 27, 1970 (age 51)
Team
Curling clubRodnik CC (Yekaterinburg)
Career
Member Association Russia
World Wheelchair Championship
appearances
8 (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015)
Paralympic
appearances
1 (2014)

CareerEdit

She is a member of the local sports club "Rodnik" (Yekaterinburg), where she started wheelchair curling in 2003.[3] It was the first wheelchair curling team in Russia.[4][5]

She was a participant of the 2014 Winter Paralympic games and eight World Wheelchair Curling Championships.

She injured her spinal cord in a car accident in 1986 when she was at the age of 16.[6]

AwardsEdit

TeamsEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
2003–04 Victor Ershov Valeriy Chepilko Andrey Smirnov Oxana Slesarenko Nikolay Melnikov Oleg Narinyan WWhCC 2004 (9th)
2004–05 Victor Ershov Andrey Smirnov Nikolay Melnikov Oxana Slesarenko Valeriy Chepilko Oleg Narinyan WWhCC 2005 (15th)
2006–07 Nikolay Melnikov Andrey Smirnov Valeriy Chepilko Oxana Slesarenko Victor Ershov Oleg Narinyan WWhCC 2007 (8th)
2007–08 Andrey Smirnov Nikolay Melnikov Marat Romanov Oxana Slesarenko Oleg Makarov Efim Zhidelev WWhCC 2008 (10th)
2010–11 Andrey Smirnov (fourth) Marat Romanov (skip) Alexander Shevchenko Svetlana Pakhomova Oxana Slesarenko Vladimir Shevchenko,
Anton Batugin
WWhCC 2011 (4th)
2011–12 Andrey Smirnov Marat Romanov Alexander Shevchenko Svetlana Pakhomova Oxana Slesarenko Margarita Nesterova WWhCC 2012  
2012–13 Andrey Smirnov Marat Romanov Alexander Shevchenko Svetlana Pakhomova Oxana Slesarenko Anton Batugin WWhCC 2013 (5th)
2013–14 Andrey Smirnov Alexander Shevchenko Svetlana Pakhomova Marat Romanov Oxana Slesarenko Anton Batugin WPG 2014  
2014–15 Andrey Smirnov Marat Romanov Oxana Slesarenko Alexander Shevchenko Svetlana Pakhomova Anton Batugin WWhCC 2015  
2018–19 Andrey Smirnov Oxana Slesarenko Oleg Perminov Olga Strepetova Eugeny Pinzhenin Sergey Shamov,
Sophia Yarutina
RWhCC 2019  [10]
2019–20 Andrey Smirnov Oxana Slesarenko Oleg Perminov Olga Rashchektaeva Victor Ershov RWhCC 2020  

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Other writing: Oksana Slesarenko.
  2. ^ Oxana Slesarenko on the World Curling Federation database  
  3. ^ Родник(in Russian)
  4. ^ ""Спорт для инвалидов в нашей стране - единственная возможность нормально заработать"" (in Russian). e1.ru - новости Екатеринбурга. April 3, 2014. Archived from the original on January 13, 2017. Retrieved July 14, 2020.
  5. ^ "Спортсмены Сборной России по керлингу на колясках – Чемпионы Мира 2012 года" (in Russian). Министерство физической культуры и спорта Свердловской области. March 1, 2012.
  6. ^ Зоя Андреевна Слесаренко: «Врачи боялись, что Оксана не выживет, а о занятиях спортом и речи не шло»(in Russian)
  7. ^ Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 17 марта 2014 года № 144 «О награждении государственными наградами Российской Федерации» Archived 2016-02-03 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ "Приказ Министерства спорта РФ от 22 апреля 2013 г. № 45-нг «О присвоении почетного спортивного звания „Заслуженный мастер спорта России"»" (PDF) (in Russian). Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation. 22 April 2013. p. 2. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  9. ^ "Russia's Slesarenko Named IPC Athlete of the Month". International Paralympic Committee. March 8, 2012.
  10. ^ "Чемпионат России по кёрлингу на колясках 2019". Федерация кёрлинга России. Archived from the original on August 21, 2019. Retrieved August 21, 2019.(in Russian)

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