Skier, a six-times Paralympic Champion and Sochi 2014 Ambassador
Sergey Shilov is a Russian athlete and has won a number of medals during his sporting career. Born in Pskov on October 1, 1970, Sergey has been actively involved in sports for 22 years. During his illustrious sporting career, Sergey has won countless medals; six gold, three silver and one bronze. Sergey is a six-time Paralympic champion, a four-time European champion and has won a number of medals at the Cross-Country Skiing World Cup. He has also won more than one medal in continental championships in athletics and many other sports. Sergey is a Distinguished Master of Sport of Russia in cross-country skiing, he is also a World Class Master of Sport in biathlon and athletics and is a candidate for Master of Sport in orienteering. In addition, Sergey is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) and a Sochi 2014 Ambassador.
“The track at “Laura” is great, really interesting, the entire event is right before the spectators' eyes. The organization is no worse, and even better, than the organization at any international competitions.”