Volodymyr TOMASHEVSKY

PhD, Physical Education and Sport
Associate Professor

Education
1993–1997
Physical education and sport. Ukrainian State University of Physical Education and Sport
1997–2000
Olympic and professional sport. Post graduate course National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport

Professional Background
2001–2002
Lecturer, National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport
2002–2004
Senior lecturer, National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport
2004–now
Associate Professor, National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport
2008–now
Director, Center for proficiency improvement and re-training, National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport

Public activity
2004–now
Olympic Academy of Ukraine, member
2016–2019
NOC of Ukraine Commission on professional development of coaching staff and strategy of preparation to Olympics, member
2019– now
NOC of Ukraine Commission «Innovations in sport”, member

Awards
Certificate of Gratitude of the head of the Kyiv city state administration (2005).
Honorary Award of the Ministry on Family, Youth and Sport of Ukraine (2010)
Honored Diploma of the NOC of Ukraine (2015).

Research interests
Personnel and information support in the field of physical culture and sports; theory and methods of athletes preparation in Olympic sports

Editorial boards
Member of the editorial board of the scientific journal “Science in Olympic Sport” (Kyiv, Ukraine)

Publications
Author (co-author) of more than 50 scientific and educational publications, including:
“Olympic symbols, rituals, ceremonies, paraphernalia of the Olympic Games and related events” (2009); “Olympic Sport and Politics” (2009); Women’s Participation in Olympic Sports (2009); “Preparation of national teams to the Olympic Games” (2012); “Preparation of athletes from different countries to the Olympic Games” (2012); “Management of athletes preparation to the Olympic Games” (2017); “The system of Olympic preparation: the fundamentals of management” (2018)

Languages
Ukrainian, English, Russian