Andrii Kviatkovskyi

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Kviatkovskyi (left) against Toghrul Asgarov during the 2016 Olympics

Andriy Kvyatkovskyy (born 2 February 1990 in Kalush, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian freestyle wrestler. He competed in the 66 kg event at the 2012 Summer Olympics.[1]


He competed in the freestyle 70 kg event at the 2016 European Wrestling Championships; after defeating Nicolai Chireacov of Moldova in the round 16, he was eliminated by Azamat Nurykau of Belarus in quarterfinals.

In May 2016, he was provisionally suspended due to use of meldonium.[2] Later that decision was reverted.[3]

During the men's freestyle 65 kg quarterfinals of the 2016 Summer Olympics Kvyatkovskyy bit opponent Frank Molinaro on the forearm and attempted to injure Molinaro with a move designed to break his knee prior.[4]

At the Golden Grand Prix Ivan Yarygin 2018 he won the bronze medal at 70 kilos.