PhD, Associate Professor Anatolii Tekliuk helped “VINS –Vam I Ne Snylosia” (You Can Hardly Dream of) get Grand prize 2014
The 21st Championship of KVN (Club of the Cheerful and Smart) League “Vinny(tsia) Puh” (“Winnie (this) Pooh”) announced its winners. This League is not only the oldest on the planet, but the only one that holds its competitions more than two decades according to the system of real championship. During the year teams in Vinnytsia initially meet each other in four rounds. Thus, due to the win rating in each game the Super Final participants are announced. This season for the first time during the League existence five teams instead of traditional three-four teams appeared on the stage at once.
On December 1, 2014 at Vinnytsia Palace of Arts Yevhen Maidanyk represented the teams “Prospekt Yunosti” (“Youth Avenue”) (there is the alma mater of the participants from technical college on this avenue), “Nasha Tyr” (“Ammoniac”) from Vinnytsia National Medical University, “VINS –Vam I Ne Snylosia” (“You Can Hardly Dream of”) from Vinnytsia National Technical University, “Yabluka” (“Apples”) the team of Vinnytsia Trade and Economic Institute and Vinnytsia Agricultural University and the last year's winner “My z 90kh” (“We are from the 90s”) from Khmelnytskyi.
The team from Khmelnytskyi “My z 90kh” (“We are from the 90s”) − last year's winner − was the third. “Yabluka” (“Apples”) − the team of Vinnytsia Trade and Economic Institute and Vinnytsia Agricultural University – got the second prize. Grand prize 2014 was awarded to “VINS –Vam I Ne Snylosia” (“You Can Hardly Dream of”) from Vinnytsia National Technical University.
Since the first contest “Greeting” the leadership position was captured by the team of Vinnytsia National Technical University. “VINS” even asked to take part in the competition their talented teacher − PhD, Associate Professor Anatolii Tekliuk. By the way, Mr. Tekliuk performed his roles just fabulous!
Mr. & Miss Humor 2014 became Yurii Dziuba from “Nasha Tyr” (“Ammoniac”), Vinnytsia National Medical University and Anna Mostipan from “Yabluka” (“Apples”), Vinnytsia Agricultural University. They got honorary titles and prizes from the jewelry firm “Diadema”. The best one among the team captains was Roman Shchur from “Yabluka” (“Apples”).
The sign of such a difficult season was that the awards to the teams were handed by Volodymyr Skosogorenko, Special Forces soldier. Volodymyr himself had earlier taken part in Vinnytsia KVN, so the prizes from the hands of voluntary defender had a symbolic value.
Firms “Bastion” and “Vinets” were the sponsors of the competition. Now we are waiting for Valentine's Day. The new 22 season of KVN will start on Valentine's Day in Vinnytsia.
According to the information of Vinnytsia Palace of Arts