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  • FIA Motorsport Games Winner Klim Gavrilov: Racing Keeps Me Moving Forward

    Earlier this month, the Russian racecar driver and ITMO University student Klim Gavrilov finished first in the Touring Cup of the FIA Motorsport Games 2019. The competition, which took place on the Vallelunga circuit in Italy, is dubbed the Olympics of motor sports. In addition to winning international competitions, Klim is also studying to be a programmer and plans on launching a capsule collection of T-shirts. In this interview with ITMO.NEWS, he speaks of his racing career, design, future plans, and how programming can help with driving.


  • ITMO Student Klim Gavrilov Wins Gold at FIA Motorsport Games in Italy

    Klim Gavrilov, a second-year student of the Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems, is a gold medal-winner of the FIA Motorsport Games. The event, best described as the Olympics of motorsport, took place from October 31 to November 3, 2019 at the Vallelunga circuit in Italy. Klim Gavrilov competed – and won – in a racecar adorned with ITMO University’s logo.


  • “St. Petersburg Games” Unite 12 Russian Students Sports Clubs’ Activists In St. Petersburg

    On 16-20 October, Kronbars, ITMO University’s student sports club together with the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs and the Association of Student Sports Clubs of Russia (ASSC) organized “St. Petersburg Games 2019”, a national student club tournament. The even brought together 12 teams from all over Russia: from Ulan-Ude to Volgograd.


  • ITMO University Student Wins First Place in Russian Sports and Athletics Contest

    Vsevolod Shepelev, a first-year Bachelor’s student at ITMO’s Faculty of Secure Information Technologies, recently took first place in the Russian Sports and Athletic Contest. ITMO.NEWS talked to the student about how long he has been into sports, why he chose ITMO, and how he plans to juggle his hobby and student life.


  • ITMO University Students Take Part in World Ultimate Frisbee Championship

    On July 13-20, the German city of Heidelberg hosted the 2019 World Ultimate Frisbee Championship for athletes under 24 years old. The competition brought together some 1,300 participants split into 51 teams from 29 countries. The Russian national team was represented by, among others, three ITMO University students. ITMO.NEWS talked to them about how long they have been into this sport, and how they manage to juggle studies with intense frisbee training.


  • KronBars: Leading the Way to a Healthier Lifestyle

    Life as a student can sometimes be quite stressful: spending your busy days in classrooms, labs and in search for internships takes its toll. But if you are a student or staff member at ITMO University, then you have a great opportunity to become a member of the Kronbars Sport Club, giving you access to over 50 sports to get your heartrate up and brighten your mood. We sat down with the club’s head Evgeny Raskin for details. 


  • 10th Bike Ride with Rector: Long-Time Participants Share Favorite Routes and Experiences

    This Wednesday, students, staff, and friends of ITMO University took part in the 10th Bike Ride with ITMO’s Rector Vladimir Vasilyev. Traditionally held every spring and fall – the start and end of the biking season, – the event sees students, professors, researchers, and associates of the university ride together on a route past the picturesque locations of St. Petersburg’s Primorsky District: from the Victory Park, past the Zenit Arena stadium and Yakhtenny Bridge, and to the 300th Anniversary of St. Petersburg Park. ITMO.NEWS spoke to some of the event’s long-time participants to learn about their favorite experiences, the role of biking in their everyday life, and their suggestions on making the ride even better.


  • Best Places to Ride Your Bicycle in St. Petersburg

    Summer is almost here, and it’s time to kick off the bicycle season! Start with the upcoming Bike with the Rector event and explore other bike-friendly places around St. Petersburg.


  • Winter Universiade Participant Vadim Shvedov on Maths and Curling

    The 29th Winter Universiade has recently ended in Krasnoyarsk. This event, which takes place once in every two years, is often called the Olympics for young people. ITMO University student Vadim Shvedov participated in its curling competitions held on March 2-10. Upon his return from Krasnoyarsk, he spoke to ITMO.NEWS about the difficulties their team had to face, and how knowledge in the field of advanced mathematics helps play curling.


  • Clumsy Girl's Guide to Russian Snow

    My skating skills are seriously rusty and the thought of skiing down a hill terrifies me. And I don't even own a hockey stick. But it would be a shame to miss out on all the fun you can have in the snow.


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