Fedina Savchuk
Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk won bronze in artistic swimming at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Ukrainians won the first Olympic medal of the country in this sport.

Fedina Savchuk
Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk won bronze in artistic swimming at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Ukrainians won the first Olympic medal of the country in this sport.

Fedina Savchuk
Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk won bronze in artistic swimming at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Ukrainians won the first Olympic medal of the country in this sport.

Fedina Savchuk
Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk won bronze in artistic swimming at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Ukrainians won the first Olympic medal of the country in this sport.

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Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk won bronze in artistic swimming at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

At the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the performers won medals in women’s duet. Ukrainians Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk became bronze winners of the Games in Tokyo. This is the first Olympic medal in the history of Ukraine in this sport.

Our duet managed to show their maximum in the final free routine – 95.6 points and to score enough points in total to become the third.

We can’t describe it in words yet. How can you choose the words when you receive your first historic Olympic medal? We feel that we have made history. We don’t even realize it yet, because we have a group ahead of us. We hope that we have cheered all our girls to fight, – said Fedina and Savchuk.

Parimatch congratulates the girls on their outstanding victory and winning their first historic medal. There are still important performances ahead, we wish you good luck and inspiration!

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