the WBC, WIBF, WBA, WIBA, IWBF and GBU titles at super middleweight
the WBF и WIBF titles at heavyweight
Natalia Ragozina owns
9 championship belts in women's
In 1998, Natalia Ragozina became the first person in Russia who received the title of the Honoured Master of Sports in kickboxing
In 2003, Natalia Ragozina received the title of the Honoured Master of Sports in boxing
In 2010, Natalia Ragozina was given «Athlete of the year» award by the World Boxing Federation (WBF)
Entered in the Guinness Book
of records as a boxer
who owns all possible belts
in professional boxing
In 2008, the film «White bear sow» with Natalia Ragozina in the title role won the Grand Prix of the fifth international film festival of sports films «Atlant» for the best feature film about sports. She was awarded for her role in the film.
We offer the following options of cooperation with Natalia Ragozina:
In May 2015, the open nationwide ice hockey tournament among women's amateur teams "Victory Cup" took place within the territory of the sports and entertainment quarter «Park of Legends». The tournament was attended by 10 teams representing 8 regions of Russia and a team from Ireland.
In September 2015, it was decided to create the Women's Hockey League, following the results of the successful tournament with the assistance of «Park of Legends» and the Russian Ice Hockey Federation. The League is a significant sport project in Russia in the area of amateur and professional women's hockey development, promotion of a healthy lifestyle, physical culture and popular sport, building a talent pool for high performance sport, popularization of women's hockey as an Olympic sport.
At the invitation of the «Legends of hockey» club, the Women's Hockey League was headed by Natalia Ragozina, the undefeated Russian boxer, the world boxing champion in professionals at super middleweight, having held the WIBF, WBA and GBU titles, who participated directly in the Gala match in May 2015. Currently Natalia regularly conducts training sessions and participates in significant events of women's hockey.