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Russian team wins the EuroSkills Championship in Hungary

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Russian team wins the EuroSkills Championship in Hungary


The Russian team at the European Championship of young professionals EuroSkills outstripped all its rivals by the number of medals and points, TASS reports. Such an achievement is the first for the team. More than 50 Russian teammates fought for victory in all 40 categories. The team included the leaders of national championships. Students from secondary schools and universities participated the event.

Photo: The Young Professionals (Worldskills Russia)

EuroSkills gathered about 600 people from almost 30 countries.

EuroSkills - this is the most ambitious European competition for professional skills. Young people under the age of 25 demonstrate qualification there.


According to Director General of the Young Professionals (WorldSkills Russia) Robert Urazov, the average score of the team exceeded 715 points which is higher than level necessary for professionalism medallion obtaining.


Champions and their mentors will receive 700,000 rubles. Other medalists will also be awarded with money prizes.


The Russians won 19 medals. Including nine gold, eight silver, two bronze. Also, the participants of our team got eleven medallions for professionalism.

A third-year student at the Volga State College, 19-year-old miller Mikhail Vorontsov became the best representative of Russia in points score.

As Russkiy Mir reported, St. Petersburg will host the tournament four years later.

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