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powerliftingukr
12-18-2010, 07:06 AM
Bobchenko Vitaliy international Bench Press cup is held every year in the city of Krivoy Rog. Bobchenko Vitaly 3-times world champion, coach, president AWPC / WPC, well as a few months ago Vitali was elected to the City Council
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As two of the strongest bench presers Oleg Bazilevych and Andriy Kisek were rewarded with huge cups
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http://powerliftingukraine.org.ua/bobchenko-vitaliy-international-bench-press-cup-2010-december-11-raw
http://powerliftingukraine.org.ua/bobchenko-vitaliy-international-bench-press-cup-2010-december-11-raw-the-second-part
http://powerliftingukraine.org.ua/bobchenko-vitaliy-international-bench-press-cup-2010-december-11-raw-the-third-part

chris mason
12-18-2010, 09:16 PM
Good stuff! I'd loved to visit Russia one day.

Rob Luyando
12-19-2010, 08:16 AM
Chris he lives in the Ukraine not Russia. His family hosted the WPO meet that Kennelly, Mendy, and i did in the Ukraine a few years ago. The family owns one of the largest steel companies in the world. they were super cool and treated us like royalty. They definately have some pull around the city.

bencher8
12-19-2010, 09:39 PM
plus the view in the ukraine is nice...especially around the pool lol

now if they would just start a breeding program we would be in business...


sorry. a bit of an nside joke with Rob lol

K-R-M
12-20-2010, 05:52 AM
Ukraine is an awesome country... Kiev, Lviv, Odessa(summer), Crimea(summer)... Just forget you're from the US lol. It's quite the culture shock.

That said, cafeterias serving diner plates for 1$ (I would eat 7-8 per and go there 3-4 times a day), taxis at 2-4$ the fair, hotels at 15-20$, public transport at 10 cents, beer at 1$ and less... cut these prices by 2-4 if you're in the south or in a village. INCREDIBLE women (which is true from the Czech Republic to the east, Slovakia especially). I actually have a coin that's worth 1/1000 of a dollar.

From the Czech Republic to Russia... they also really like weightlifting and strength/combat sports. I love that region.

chris mason
12-20-2010, 10:10 PM
Chris he lives in the Ukraine not Russia. His family hosted the WPO meet that Kennelly, Mendy, and i did in the Ukraine a few years ago. The family owns one of the largest steel companies in the world. they were super cool and treated us like royalty. They definately have some pull around the city.

Cool, well the same goes for the Ukraine :).

powerliftingukr
12-21-2010, 08:15 AM
In 2008, Vitali was a terrible diagnosis cancer.
He suffered extremely after a hard operation, no one believed that he would return, but he returned to the competitive stage!
http://powerliftingukraine.org.ua/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Vitaliy-na-razminke6.jpg
http://powerliftingukraine.org.ua/bobchenko-vitali-is-back-on-a-competitive-platform-html