2002–03 EWWL League

EWWL League for the season 2002-03 was the second season of the WABA League. Attended by eight teams from four countries, a champion for the first time in history, became the team Željezničar Sarajevo. In this season participating clubs from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and from Austria; the League of the season was played with 8 teams and play a dual circuit system, each with each one game at home and away. The four best teams at the end of the regular season were placed in the Final Four. Final Four to be played 24 and 25 January 2003 in the Dvorana Mirza Delibašić in Sarajevo and Herzegovina. Finals MVP: Mirna Deak of Željezničar Sarajevo 2002-03 EWWL league 2002-03 EWWL league

Olga Gnedovskaya

Olga Gnedovskaya is an Uzbek former swimmer, who specialized in backstroke events. Gnedovskaya qualified for the women's 100 m backstroke, as Uzbekistan's youngest swimmer, at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, she cleared a FINA B-standard entry time of 1:05.42 from the Russian Championships in Moscow. She challenged seven other swimmers in heat two, including Kazakhstan's Anastassiya Prilepa, who shared the same age with Gnedovskaya, she rounded out the field to last place in nearly 10 seconds off her entry time. Gnedovskaya failed to advance into the semifinals, as she placed forty-first overall in the preliminaries. NBC Olympics Profile