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Sportswoman of Sumy Vita Semerenko in a dramatic struggle in biathlon sprint race has won the bronze Olympic medal. Eight years have passed since Ukrainian Olympians climbed the pedestal of the Winter Olympics. In 2006 in Turin bronze medals went in figure skating to Olena Hrushyna - Ruslan Honcharov, and Lilia Yefremova in biathlon sprint. Four years ago our athletes returned from the Olympic Vancouver without medals. And here again biathlon's shortest distance of 7.5 km brings Ukraine the long-expected medal. Again, the bronze, but its value is worth its weight in gold.
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