Assoli Slivets

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Assoli Vitalyevna Slivets (Russian: Ассоль Витальевна Сливец; born June 22, 1982), also known under the nickname Assoli "Oly" Slivets, is a Belarusian, and later Russian freestyle skier. She competed for Belarus until 2011, and then switched to Russia.[1]

She has participated at two Olympic Games in the Aerial event. She came fifth at the 2006 Olympics and reached the finals at the 2010 Olympics.

She won a bronze at the 2007 World Ski Championships in the Aerials event.

She made the podium at five of her first 53 World Cup events.[2]

Her hometown club in Minsk was the Republican Centre for Physical Education and Sports.[3] Later she moved to Sochi. Assoli Slivets is a sister of a freestyle skier Timofei Slivets.[1]

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