Tatyana Lebedeva, Olympic champion in athletics heads RUDN Sport Center

Tatyana Lebedeva, Olympic champion in athletics heads RUDN Sport Center

Tatyana Lebedeva is the new Head of RUDN Sport Center. She has a lot of new ideas for the development of sports at the university.

 “Our goal is to light hearts! We will form culture of sport at RUDN University. I want students to love to do sports – not to do it against their will, but do it with perseverance and desire. Sport provides equal opportunities for everyone and opens up people’s abilities they have never suspected. Physical activity forms not only strong muscles, but also character. Never give up and become the best version of yourself every day!”

Read more about future plans in an interview later. 

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Tatyana Lebedeva - Olympic champion 2004 in long jump, multiple champion of the world, Europe and Russia. Honored Master of Sports of Russia.

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