I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University
To be friends with sports is to be healthy!

Competitive activity

214 01.06.2021

Association of Indian students of Ternopil State Medical University has introduced initiated a sports and  friendship festival, which aims to strengthen the friendly relations between Ukrainian youth and students from other countries studying in Ternopil. Event’s program include 100 and 400 meters race, relay races and team sports – football, volleyball, badminton, and cricket.

Ukrainian students were invited to take part along  with s tudents from a number of international groups, in particular  Associations of Nigerian, Polish, Egyptian, Iraqi and Pakistani students, as well as associations of students from Ghana, Namibia, Morocco, and Congo. In total, 10 international teams compete for the festival grand. The athletes’ health and wellbeing is being monitored by our students – members of the “Red Cross” volunteer squad.

Since the event took place on the eve of one of the most important dates in the history of our city – the first written mention of Ternopil and its official founding (15 April 1540), it was dedicated to this event, allowing each student feel being a part of the history of Ternopil.

The competition events started on 1-2 April 2017. Within a week, on 8 April, the first award ceremonies took place.

Badminton and volleyball competitions took place at TSMU athletic complex, while races were held on the central stadium. The best teams and best runners in each race were determined over two weekends. First place in badminton took, among men, a student from Pakistan Yaqoob Ali and women a student from Poland Wiktoria Karolina. Polish teams won in the men’s and women’s volleyball. A Nigerian team- Atteh Mercy Omolayo, Amina Ummi Mohammed, Igwe Etomchi Chimdi, and Oriaifo Ebosetale Edewede – won women’s relay; while in men’s relay first place took the students from Ghana Kennet Anoff Koranteng, Awnah Baffour Shadrack, Addo Solomon Appeakorang, and Richard Nsiah. The fastest in 400 meters men’s race was a student from Poland Mihal Lenart, and 100 meters race won Indian student Parth Sabya Sachi. Both of these races among women won students from Nigeria, respectively  Oriaifo Ebosetale Edewede and Igwe Etomchi Chimdi. Dean of International Students’ faculty, Professor Petro Selskyi and Cultural Affairs officer, Olena Pocryshko presented the students with participation diplomas, medals and trophies on  April 8, 2017. The winners in football and cricket will be determined during Easter weekend. These competitions will take place on the grounds of  school №29.

“I would like congratulate all the sports festival participants that demonstrated their sporting spirit during this event. I am also sincerely grateful to volunteers, administration and Academic Office of the University, TSMU Department of Physical Rehabilitation and all others who helped to organize SPORTS FEST 2017. I am sure that everyone had good time, found and new friends and and tested one’s  strength, endurance and sportsmanship, “- said the president of the Association of Indian students Arshbeer Sandhu.

Ternopil State Medical University Administration and the Association of Indian students would like to thank Ternopil Deputy Mayor Leonid Bytsiura for his assistance in organizing this event.

                       

                     

                                     

 

168 01.06.2021

Ternopil State Medical University supports athletics and encourages participation of students in sports competitions. On 14-16 March 2017, TSMU athletic complex hosted a basketball tournament for the Rector’s Cup, and dedicated  to the 60th anniversary of the University.

According to the tournament’s organizer Ivan Kalka, competing for the grand prize were 15 teams , representing all faculties of the University. The Faculty of Medicine delegated six teams; Faculty of Dentistry, five; Faculty of Pharmacy, one team; the Human Health course, one team; and the International Students Faculty, two teams.

Vice-rector for academic and research work Dr. Arkadiy Sulhai awarded the trophies on behalf of TSMU rector, Dr. Mykhaylo Korda. In his address to the participants of the tournament he emphasized that university administration encourages student initiatives, in particular development of sports, and wished all present success and health.

The first place took a team of the sixth year students, the second – a team of the first-year students , and the third – a team of the second-year students, all teams representing the Faculty of Medicine. Anton Dribnitsov was awarded the MVP title.

Dr. Arkadiy Sulhai used the opportunity to thank on behalf of TSMU administration the tournament organizers as well as student members of Ukrainian Council on resuscitation and emergency medical care, who ensured monitoring of tournament participants’ health, and provided first aid help.

         

 

182 02.05.2021

This year Ternopil State Medical University is commemorating its 60th anniversary with a number of events. As a part of these celebrations, on 24 November, 2016 TSMU Student Council organized a chess tournament. Additional objective of the event was to popularize logic board games. Chess is known form the ancient times, but even today the game keeps its significance. It is not surprising that the tournament brought together students from the Dental, Medical and Pharmaceutical Faculties and the International Students Faculty.

The competitors wanted to test their knowledge and intuition. The event started with a welcoming word from the head judge, assistant professor of medical physics Valerii Didukh. Assistant professor of the department of physical rehabilitation, health and physical education Liubov Novakova helped to run the tournament.

Each competitor fought to win, thinking through every move and trying to destroy the opponent’s strategy. Those who ultimately won demonstrated superior logic, persistence and cold mind. Ievhen Momotiuk took first place took, 2nd place went to Iuriy Kovenko and Vadym Kukharchuk placed 3rd.