The volleyball team "Uralochka" was created in 1966 at the plant of transport engineering named after Ya. M. Sverdlov, currently GO "Uraltransmash". In December of the same year, the team won the right to participate in the USSR championship.
Uralochka-NTMK (Russian: «Уралочка-НТМК») is a Russian women's volleyball club based in Yekaterinburg and currently plays in the Super League, the top Russian league. It was established in 1966 and is the most successful club in the USSR and Russian women's volleyball combined history with 25 national championship titles (11 Soviet and 14 Russian).
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Uralochka-NTMK is volleyball club from Ekaterinburg, Russia founded in 1967. There are 60 seasons rosters of that team.
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Uralochka NTMK Ekaterinburg previous match was against Dinamo Kazan in Superliga, Playoffs, Women, match ended with result 1 - 3 (Dinamo Kazan won the match). Uralochka NTMK Ekaterinburg fixtures tab is showing last 100 Volleyball matches with statistics and win/lose icons.
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Uralochka Uralochka NTMK Ekaterinburg Ekaterinburg is a volleyball team from Russia, based in Yekaterinburg. The club was founded in 1967. The club is playing for the season 2021/2022 in the Russia - Women's Super League.
Under Nikolay Vasilyevich, the Sbornaya (USSR, CIS or Russia) team triumphed as Olympic champions in 1980 and 1988, won Olympic silver medals in 1992, 2000 and 2004, World Championship gold in 1990 and bronze in 1994, 1998 and 2002, World Cup gold in 1997 and bronze in 1993, World Grand Prix gold in 1997, 1999 and 2002, silver in 1998, 2000 and 2003 and bronze in 1993, 1996, 2001, and became seven-time European champions.
And since 2009, Ogienko has been the General Director of the Uralochka Volleyball Club. From team captain to Olympic medalist to coach to director, Ogienko’s contributions to the volleyball legacy in Russia and on the world stage are as far-reaching and impactful as her legendary slide attack and all-around skills.