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Name: Maksim Kiselev
Date of birth: 27.10.1990
Place of birth: Mogilev, Belarus
Film about Maxim Kiselev in 360 VR:
Maksim Kiselev's father was in the military and worked on damage control and recovery after the Chernobyl disaster in 1987. At two years old, Maksim became very ill and could no longer walk. The family moved from Chernobyl region to Khabarovsk, where Maksim underwent lengthy medical treatment, including a number of operations. In 1998 he moved to Moscow. He graduated from high school with honors, and in 2014 graduated magna cum laude from the Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism.
Maksim dreamt of taking dance lessons. But because of his health problems, he decided to take up wheelchair dancing. Competing wasn't on his mind at the time - it was important for him to undergo social and physical rehabilitation through dance. 2007 became a turning-point year in the young athlete's life – the first time Maksim really showed himself as a potential athlete. His first large competition was the Eurasia Wheelchair Dance Championship, where Maksim made it to the finals. Since then, he's won multiple Russian and international dance championships, and received the International Philanthropy award for outstanding achievements among people with disabilities in arts and culture.
Since January 2010, he is the first and only athlete in the world who does pairs wheelchair dancing on ice. He was awarded a special “Surpassing Yourself” prize by the Figure Skating Federation of Russia. In 2011, Maksim became interested in wheelchair tennis, a field in which he has also been quite successful. Another one of his hobbies is photography.
He participated in Evgeniy Pluschenko's show “Ice Kings”. In 2008, he acted in “Weapons” TV series.
Maksim tries to use his successes to attract children and young people with disabilities to dance and other sports. It's important for him to show that physical limitations do not limit one's creativity. We, people with disabilities, have limitless creative potential. An illness is not a reason to give up, it's just a slightly different lifestyle.
Sport is a way to realize one's potential, both in sports and social work. It helps develop a will to win and a desire to work on yourself and your own physical well-being. He lives by the motto: “Limited physical ability is a stepping stone to unlimited creative potential and achievement”. “Invasport” - sport for people with disabilities – is sport without limitations.
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