Brest will host the competition for the fourth time. This year the Palace of Water Sports will see about 700 young athletes from Belarus, Russia, Poland, Ukraine and Lithuania. Aspiring athletes aged 10 - 14 years will compete in two age groups in the following disciplines: medley swimming, butterfly, breaststroke, backstroke and freestyle.
The issue was considered by Chairman of the Belarusian Handball Federation Vladimir Konoplev and Head of the Polish Handball Federation Andrzej Krasnicki in Warsaw during the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Polish handball.
The Belarusian made it 216kg (93kg + 123kg) overall to claim the European champion title. Second was Russia's Ani Sargsyan who lifted a total of 215kg (95kg+120kg). Bronze went to Turkey with a combined total of 205kg (90kg+115kg).
Belarus' world number 12 Aryna Sabalenka will make part of the player field set to compete in the fourth annual Hengqin Life WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai from 30 October - 4 November 2018 for a total prize money of over $2.3 million.
The Belarusian made it 327kg (145kg + 182kg) overall to claim the European champion title. Second was Rafik Arutyunian of Armenia who lifted a total of 326kg (146kg+180kg). Bronze went to Przemyslaw Korneluk of Poland with a combined total of 316kg (142kg+174kg).