Стена славы 21 школы

Стена Славы

21 школа гордится  выпускниками и талантливыми учащимися, которые внесли вклад в достижения Республики Беларусь в спорте.






Date of bith: 09.01.1988







Olympic Games:

 2008 — 6th  place.


World Championships:

  • 2010 — 4th  place.
  • 2014 — 10th place.

European Championships:

  • 1995 — Qualifying match, 3rd position in a group
  • 1997 — Qualifying match, 4th  position in a group
  • 1999 — preliminary challenge, 4th  position in a group
  • 2001 — Qualifying match, 3rd position in a group
  • Victoria Gasper is recognized MVP of the Baltic League Championship, 2003 — Semifinal match, 4th  position in a group
  • 2005 — division B, 1st place.
  • 2007 — 3rd place.
  • 2017 — 15th place.


European Championship – 2007г. – III place, (international master of sport),

Olympic Games – 2008 г. – VI place,

World Championship – 2010г. – IV place.





European Championship– 2013г. – V place, МСМК.

 In 2013 women national team won the fifth place in the European Championship, OLGA VASHKEVICH was part of the team together with YEKATERINA SNYTINA. In 2013 youth women national team won the forth place in the European Championship. ANNA KALENTO was part of the team.



Very often young successful sportsmen can go to the USA to study but still continue doing their favorite hobby. A young basketball player Anna Kalento took the chance.

Anna has already been living and studying in the USA for five years. It’s interesting to know that according to the rules of a students’ basketball league she can’t take part in any matches. Thus, she has little chance to train.




Personal information

Full name

Aleksandra Valentinovna Privalova




October 29, 1987 (age 30)


Aleksandra Valentinovna Privalova (born 29 October 1987, Minsk) is a Belarusian table tennis player. She competed for Belarus at the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Olympics. In the women's singles at the 2012 Summer Olympics, she beat Han Xing in the first round before losing to Liu Jia in the second.


  • Won a bronze medal in the World Championship in Germany

• in 2008 she became the Champion of Belarus and took part in the World Championship in table tennis.

 • in 2010 in Czeck Republic she won bronze medal in the European Championship.


Katsiaryna Snytsina (born 2 September 1985) is a Kazakhstan-born basketball player. She was part of the Belarusian teams that won a bronze medal at the 2007 European Championships and placed sixth at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

European Championship – 2007г. – III place, International Master of Sport,

 Summer Olympic Games – 2008 г. – VI place,

 European Championship  – 2013г. – V place, International Master of Sport,


EuroCup Women 2018 (Hatay BB)   

FIBA EuroBasket Women - Final Round 2017 (Belarus)

EuroLeague Women 2017 (Hatay BB)          

EuroCup Women 2017 (Hatay BB)   

FIBA EuroBasket Women - Qualifiers 2017 (Belarus)

Olympic Games: Tournament for Women 2016 (Belarus)

FIBA Women 's Qualifying Tournament 2016 (Belarus)

EuroBasket Women - Final Round 2015 (Belarus)           

EuroCup Women 2015 (DVTK)        

FIBA World Championship for Women 2014 (Belarus)

EuroCup Women 2014 (Tarsus Belediye SK)           

EuroBasket Women - Final Round 2013 (Belarus) EuroCup Women 2013 (Chevakata)  

EuroBasket Women - Qualification Round 2013 (Belarus)

EuroBasket Women - Final Round 2011 (Belarus)           

EuroLeague Women 2011 (Nadezhda)         

EuroCup Women 2010 (Nadezhda) (Belarus)           

EuroLeague Women 2008 (Lotos PKO BP)  


EuroBasket Women - Final Round 2009 (Belarus)           

EuroLeague Women 2009 (LOTOS PKO BP)           

Olympic Games: Tournament Women 2008 (Belarus)

FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women 2008

EuroBasket Women - Final Round 2007 (Belarus)           

EuroBasket Women - DIVISION A 2007 (Belarus)           

EuroLeague Women 2006 (Dynamo)

EuroBasket Women - DIVISION B 2005 (Belarus)           

FIBA EuroLeague Women 2005 (Baltiyskaya Zwezda)

FIBA EuroLeague Women 2005 (Dynamo)  

FIBA Europe Cup Women - Pan-European Phase 2004 (WBC Dynamo)

FIBA Europe Cup Women - Conference North 2004 (WBC Dynamo)         

European Championship for Junior Women - Challenge Round 2002 (Belarus)       

European Championship for Junior Women - Qualifying Round 2002 (Belarus)




NADEZHDA BOLDYREVA was born in 1985 in Belarus. She represented Belarus in water skiing. 


European Championships:


2 gold medals

2 silver medals


1 gold medal

1 silver medal


1 gold medal

2 silver medals

NADEZHDA BOLDYREVA took part in the international competitions. In 2001 she won 1 silver and 2 bronze medals. She is a multiple winner of the Belarusian championships: 5 gold medals, 9 silver medals, 4 bronze medals.

In 2000 NADEZHDA BOLDYREVA became a Master of sport. Now she is an international class coach in water skiing.




Nikita Tolopilo is also one of those who studied in school № 21 and now he is the key player of the youth team Dinamo-Minsk. This goalkeeper is characterized by concentration, responsibility and discipline. An important Nikita’s quality is the ability to self-analysis, self-education, which allows him to progress all the time. This is evidenced by his statistics. He knows his mistakes and is always  ready to correct them. Now he is the leader of the team and moreover, one of the best players of  2016. Nikita is shy and modest. But he manages to succeed all the time he is playing on ice with his team.






                Egor Artyomov came to waterski sport by chance. He came to the training together with his friend and fell in love with this risky sport at once. Due to the high results he showed during the competitions,  Egor got into the chief Belarusian team on waterskiing at the age of 13. At the age of 15 he managed to win 4 medals at the competitions in Poland and became the Candidate of Master of Sports. In 2015 Egor won the first place in the competitions in Italy and got the title of Master of Sports. In this year he also suffered a severe injure, but in spite of this he returned into sport and in 2017 he won a gold and two bronze medals in European Championship.

                Today Egor Artyomov is a student of Belarusian State Pedagogical University and  is proud to have 69 medals and 5 cups on his account



Daniil Leschenko was born on July 29, 1999 in Kharkov in the family of a private entrepreneur. He studied in lyceum 149 and in the first form he began to go in for table tennis. By the time of the 4th form he was already in the national team of the region playing for the boys of 1997 year of birth. In the 7th form he changed the coach and moved to Kharkov regional school of physical culture and sports. In the 9th form Daniil left for Nitra, Slovakia, to train and to study. In the 10th form he moved to Minsk for living and here finished school 21 name N.F.Gastello. At the present day time he is studying at the Belarusian State University at the Faculty of International Relations and represents the university in the sports arena of the country.

He is a multiple winner of the championships of Kharkov region, the winner of the championship of Ukraine in doubles, the winner of the championship of Belarus in doubles, the winner of the championship of the Eastern European Union, the winner of Rogatin cup, the winner of the southern regional league, the winner of the open championship of Trencin (Slovakia), the winner of the open championship of the city of Nitra (Slovakia). The multiple winner of international tournaments Yalta Open, the winner of the University Games of  RB in the team, the winner of the University Games in doubles, the winner of the University Games of the Union State in the team, the winner of the University Games of the Union State in the Men’s Singles. Daniil is the participant of various European international tournaments and has the title of Candidate of Master of Sports.



Our school is really proud of cooperation with other different sport schools of Minsk. We are happy to have talented young gymnasts, fencers and tennis players, swimmers and football players among our pupils.


         Our school has specialized sport classes for hockey players of sport clubs Dinamo-Minsk and Yunost-Minsk.

         We are proud to note that in 2016, hockey club Dinamo-Minsk  received the status of "Minsk Specialized Children and Youth School of the Olympic Reserve" BFSO "Dinamo".  That’s why we are particularly honored to be the part of this huge system of upbringing of  future outstanding sportsmen of our Republic.

         The pupils of the Dinamo and Yunost  schools are regularly invited into the youth teams of Belarus. These active hockey players manage not only to travel all over the world, bringing back victories and medals, but to study well!


We are glad to support these talented young men. Because they are our future. The future of our Belarus!