|Name Liubou Bialova|
Liubou Bialova (Russian: Любовь Леонидовна Белова, born April 7, 1960) is a Belarusian weightlifter.
- Early life and education
- Sports career
- Bench press single lift
- Coach career
- Honors and awards
Bialova earned international recognition winning gold medals in national, European and world championships. Bialova set a string of world records during her long athletic career. With an international and national reputation, the President of Belarus honored her with the nation's top sports award "Honoured Master Sport the Republic of Belarus", Bialova is a universal athlete. multi-world champion (IPF) and world record holder in bench press. She is a four-time gold medalist and European champion in bench press (EPF). She is a senior coach at the School of Olympic Reserve and athletics trainer-instructor for disabled people in Paralympics sport.
Early life and education
Bialova was born April 7, 1960 in Gomel, the Republic of Belarus, with brother Nicolai Grishanov (twin). She comes from a champion sports family: her brother was national champion in weightlifting and multiple champion in bodybuilding in the former Soviet Union.
Bialova pursued a sports education in addition to her sports career. In 1977 graduated high school #12 in Gomel. 1983 graduated Gomel Suhoi State Technical University. She completed sports-related studies and obtained degrees from various schools. A three-year study in Gomel Francyck Skarina State University (subject physical culture). 2002 Belarusian State Academy of Physical Culture.
Bialova is a universal athlete, multi-world champion (IPF) and world record holder in bench press. She is a four-time gold medalist and European champion in bench press (|EPF). She is a senior coach at the School of Olympic Reserve and athletics trainer-instructor for disabled people in Paralympics sport.
Her athletic achievements began early. At 14 years of age she was third in the Former Soviet Union in Soviet pentathlon (crawl-swimming, sprint (running), throw-Javelin, long jump, cross country) were part of many stellar sports achievements from the early start.
Bialova took her experience to bodybuilding. She was a three-time national bodybuilding champion of Belarus. She was awarded in the US for her performances. Bialova was awarded Weider Certificate of Merit from International Federation (IFBB) of Body Builders.
Bialova was the first woman champion of the Republic of Belarus in powerlifting. A three-time champion of the Republic of Belarus.
Bench press (single lift)
Multiple National Bench-Press Champion of Belarus.Three-time World Champion (IPF) and World Record Holder in bench press. A four-time gold medalist and European champion in bench press (EPF).
RecordsFed Age cls Wt cls Body wt Event Record Date, Location, Meet IPF O 56 55.5 Bench press (single-lift) 100 December 2, 1994 Jarvenpaa EPF O 60 59.6 Bench press (single-lift) 115 December 8, 1995 Budapest IPF O 56 55.9 Bench press (single-lift) 110 November 28, 1996 Silkeborg IPF O 56 56 Bench press (single-lift) 117.5 December 7, 1999 Vaasa EPF O 56 55.8 Bench press (single-lift) 120 August 15, 1997 Goteborg IPF O 56 56 Bench press (single-lift) 112.5 December 7, 1999 Vaasa
Bialova’s firsthand knowledge of sports as a champion athlete and in-depth education in sports, sports physiology, nutrition and peak performance gives her unique skills and experience. Her work with disabled and Paralympic (IPC) athletes sets her apart from other coaches and trainers.
Since 1977 she has worked as a coach in varied forms of athletics. 1984–1991 coach and swimming trainer for 1- to 6-year-olds. 1992–2013 as coach School of Olympic Reserve in powerlifting, bodybuilding, athletics trainer-instructor disabled and senior aged people. Bialova was head coach of the women's national powerlifting team. Her students, in several sports, became national champions and participants of world and European championships. Senior coach School of Olympic Reserve, Bialova has thirteen years working with athletes in wheelchairs. Bialova made an enormous contribution to the development of Paralympics in Republic of Belarus. She organized and conducted sport’s camps for wheelchair users. Participation in her training process allowed wheelchair users to overcome psychological barriers and inferiority issues that comes with disabilities. Her training abilities renewed abilities and capabilities of her students. They were able to move more freely and eliminate many barriers.
Bialova has many awards and commendations from public and government organization. She his great skills with able-bodied who simply look for a healthy and fit life style. Her skills and training regimens have proven results for elite athletes training for peak performance. Bialova has a well-earned and well-deserved reputation for work with the elderly, impaired and disabled.
Honors and awards
The President of Republic of Belarus (Decree #445, September 14, 1998) awarded Bialova the highest sport award the country’s: “Honored Sport Master the Republic of Belarus” for achieving excellence in sports, great personal contribution to the development of physical culture and sports.