The head coach of the national team
Olena Yanovska is a co-founder of the Fortitude Foundation and head coach of the Ukrainian national team at the Warrior Games 2022.
She is an international master of sports of Ukraine in athletics, a participant of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, a bronze medalist of the European Team Championships, a winner of cups and championships of Ukraine.
She has been playing sports for 21 years.
She has been a member of the National Team of Ukraine for 10 years.
Since 2018, she has been an athletics coach of the National Team at the Invictus Games.
In 2022, under her leadership, the National Team won 87 medals in 12 sports at the Warrior Games in the United States.
Oleksii Solovyov is a multiple world, European and Ukrainian powerlifting champion.
He is Honored Master of Sports of Ukraine in powerlifting, and Honored Coach of Ukraine. He has experience in working with people with osteoarthritis.
His sports career spans over 30 years.
He has been a member of the National Team of Ukraine for six years.
Since 2018, he has been a powerlifting coach of the National Team at the Invictus Games. Since 2003, he has been a coach and teacher in powerlifting at the Chance Sports School.
Oleksandr Klymenko is an Honored Master of Sports of Ukraine in cycling.
He is a world champion, silver medalist of the World Championships in team pursuit on the track, silver medalist of the World Championships among military personnel in individual road race, and multiple champion of Ukraine.
He was a senior coach of the Ukrainian National Team from 2014-2019.
He is currently employed as a coach and lecturer int the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Artur Svyrydiuk is a master of sports, multiple medalist and champion of the Ukrainian Open Rowing Championships.
He is a winner of the Ukrainian championships on the Concept 2 rowing machine, and participant and winner of international regattas.
His sports career spans over 10 years.
He has been coaching for over eight years. For three years, he has been engaged in functional diagnostics of professional and amateur athletes and participated in the preparation of athletes for competitions.
He works with tennis, martial arts, football and CrossFit. He worked with a professional football team of the Ukrainian Premier League.
He helped to prepare different level winners for tennis tournaments. He also coached the participants of the second qualifying round at the CrossFit Games among juniors and adults.
Coach in pushing/throwing
Serhii Chernenkov is a Master of Sports of Ukraine in athletics.
He is a multiple winner of Ukrainian championships and cups, IAAF level 3 coach (international license), and, functional training coach of the Ukrainian national basketball team (women).
His sports career spans 15 years.
He is currently employed by Rivne School of Physical Education and Sports as a coach-teacher, and basketball club "Rivne".
Coach in bullet shooting
Denys Mustafayev is an Honored Coach of Ukraine and International Master of Sports in bullet shooting.
He is a champion and winner of international and national competitions.
His sports career spans 33 years. He started shooting in 1989 and has been a member of the Ukrainian National Team since 2010.
His has coached for more than 20 years.
He is currently employed by Vinnytsia School of Sports and Physical Education and Vinnytsia Regional Shooting Sports School.
Coach in archery
Dmytro Lvovskyi is a master of sports of Ukraine in classical archery.
He is an international master of sports in the block bow category, a multiple champion and prize-winner of Ukrainian indoor and outdoor archery championships and cups, and a coach of the highest category. He is an active athlete. He is a member of the national teams of the Central School of Archery and Shooting in Kyiv, where he is a member of the national team of Ukraine in the category of block bow at international competitions.
His has coached for more than 12 years.
He is currently employed as a senior coach-teacher at the Kyiv Central School of Archery (Central Regional Sports Federation "Ukraine").
He was a coach and gunsmith at the Warrior Games in 2022.
His achievements on the archery team included eight medals in the individual and team championships.
Coach in archery
Lesia Shakh is an international master of sports in archery, and world record holder in archery.
She is the world record holder in the 60m, and the Ukrainian record holder in the 18m in the team. She is a multiple champion of Ukraine, winner of Ukrainian Cups, winner and prize-winner of international competitions, and Coach of the national team at the Invictus Games and Warrior Games 2022.
Her sports career spans 24 years.
She has been a member of the National Team of Ukraine for 12 years.
Since 2017, she has been working with ATO veterans.
She trained: Invictus Games 2017 champion R. Panchenko; silver medalists in the team of R. Panchenko and K. Mykhailova; silver medalist in the team of "Invictus Games 2020"; and, champion of "Warrior Games 2022" S. Kalytiuk.
She is currently employed as a coach-teacher of the highest category of the NSS LES.
Coach in swimming
Vadym Dombrovskyi is an international master of sports of the USSR in swimming.
He is a multiple champion and record holder of the USSR, a medalist of the European Championships, and a European swimming record holder.
He is a winner of the USSR Spartakiad, six-time USSR champion, three-time USSR record holder, and, multiple champion and record holder of Ukraine.
He has been a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Aquatics of the NUFVSU since 1998. In 2018, he was awarded the Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
His sports career spans 24 years, 15 of which were in the national team of Ukraine.
He is currently employed by the National University of Physical Education and Sports of Ukraine as a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Aquatics.