Top 10 sports that Ukraine will provide most of the money in 2019: unexpected figures

Топ-10 видов спорта, на которые в Украине выделят больше всего денег в 2019: неожиданные цифры

Ukraine on the financing of sport in 2019 allocated from the budget of about 1 billion hryvnia.

Most support in this year was the biathlon (64.1 million hryvnia), basketball (61,2) and athletics (59,7), informs Tribuna.com.

It is significant that among summer sports in terms of funding and leads the discipline in which Ukrainian athletes did not Shine. The national team of Ukraine on basketball made it to the final stage of the world Cup and the local League in their level is not even in the top 20 strongest national Championships.

In football, compared with 2018, has allocated more than a few times. In the past year it has been allocated UAH 7 million, and in 2019 is 35.4.

Also increased funding for the tennis – 21.3 million hryvnia in 2019 instead of 8.6 in 2018.

On the background of biathlon and other winter sports in Ukraine are not funded so generously. The biggest progress for the year reached the figure skating (14,2 million UAH compared to 8.4 million in 2018), but the funding of hockey has decreased in two times (from 13 million to 6.2).

In 2018 Olympic sports was spent 759 252 900 hryvnia, in 2019 – 846 021 358 UAH.

The most-funded non-Olympic sport remains to powerliftingwho gets more (15.2 million UAH) than volley (14,8), figure skating (14,2) and weightlifting (13,1).

Top 10 most funded sports in Ukraine:

1. Biathlon is 64.1 million (2018 56.3 million);

2. Basketball – 61.2 mln hryvnia (2018 61,3 million);

3. Athletics – UAH 59.7 million (2018 62 million);

4. Rowing and Canoeing is 38.6 million (2018 34.5 million);

5. Synchronized swimming – 36 million (2018 – 18 million);

6. Football – 35.4 million hryvnia (2018, 7 million);

7. Fencing – 34.5 million UAH (2018 – 34,5);

8. Wrestling is 33.3 million (2018 – 32,5);

9. Boxing – 31.9 million hryvnia (2018 – 25,8);

10. Bullet shooting – 30.2 million hryvnia (2018 – 25.4 mm).

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