During May 30–31, the best athletes from all over the world competed in the XXXII International Competition on Fire-Applied Sport took place in Lutsk City in commemoration of firefighters - heroes of Chornobyl.
The teams from Ukraine, Belarus, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Moldova and Kazakhstan, firefighters from Volyn, Rivne, Chernihiv oblasts and Kyiv City, athletes from the National University of Civil Protection of Ukraine, Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety named after Chornobyl Heroes and Lviv State University of Life Safetyof the SES of Ukraine participated in the tournament.
As a result, the third team place was won by Kazakhstan National Team, the second – by the National Team of Ukraine and the winner of the competition became a team of Belarus. Athletes who took winning places were awarded by diplomas, medals and valuable gifts.
The total tournament table stands as follows:
In climbing the hook ladder in the window of the 4th floor of the training tower in the team classification the first place was won by the team of Belarus, the second place – by Ukrainian team and the third place – by the team of Kazakhstan. In the individual classification three best results were won by the athletes of Belarus, the fourth place in the individual running was taken by Oleksandr Andriichuk from Volyn oblast.
In fire relay race 4x100 meters the best team was Belarus, the second place was won by the team of the Czech Republic, and the third place was taken by team from Volyn oblast.
In the overcoming a 100-meters race with obstacles in the team classification the first place was won by the team of Belarus. The second result in this type of competition was demonstrated by Ukrainian team, and the third place was taken by athletes from Kazakhstan team. In the individual classification in the final round of the overcoming a 100-meters race with obstacles was won by Martin Lidmila from the Czech Republic, the second result was taken by Nikita Cherepko from Belarus and Lukasz Krupa won the bronze in this type of competition. In the double-event the excellent results were demonstrated by the athletes from Belarus Ruslan Pliahavo and Nikita Cherepko, the third results was demonstrated by Oleksandr Andriichuk from Volyn oblast.
In the combat deployment the first place was taken by team of Belarus, the second place – by the representatives of Kazakhstan, and the bronze was won by the Czech Republic.