Yulia Levchenko

Yulia Levchenko

Ukrainian track and field athlete
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Short biography

YuliaLevchenko is a Ukrainian track and field athlete, Olympic champion and multiple champion of Ukraine in high jump.

Brief biography

Yulia Levchenko was born in Ukraine, in the town of Bakhmut, on November 28, 1997.

In international competitions for the first time she took part in 2013, finishing thirteenth place at the World Championship in Athletics among boys which was held in Donetsk.


As of 2019 in the IAAF rankings, Yulia Levchenko ranks third in the world in the women's high jump discipline.

In May 2016, the athlete won a gold medal at an international athletics tournament in Germany.

Also in 2016, Yulia Levchenko took third place at the U20 World Athletics Championship, in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

In March 2017, the athlete won a bronze medal at the European Winter Championships in Belgrade - this medal was the first in the history of Ukraine received at the winter championships of women.

In June 2017, Levchenko won a bronze medal at the Diamond League, in Rome.

In addition, in 2017, Yulia Levchenko received the title of "Rising Star" at the European Athletics Association ceremony in Vilnius.

Then she also won a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships in London.

According to the survey, which OBOZREVATEL conducted in 2017, Yulia Levchenko was in the top 9 sexiest female athletes in Ukraine.

Popularity in the network

Yulia Levchenko's personal Instagram account is followed by more than 136 thousand users.

On her page the sportswoman both shares pictures of her victories and publishes everyday photos of training or rest, as well as quite candid photos.

At the same time, according to Levchenko herself, she does not like nude photo shoots. And at one time she even gave up her modeling career in favor of sports.

In addition, Levchenko actively supports Ukraine in the war with the Russian Federation. For example, in her Instagram , she vividly declared her support for the captured Ukrainian sailors after the seizure of the Navy ships in the waters of the Black Sea.

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