Sport in Moldova
Moldova has an increasingly successful team at the FIBA European Championship for Small Countries. There, Team Moldova won two silver medals until today. (2008 and 2012)
Football is the most popular sport in Moldova.
Rugby union is becoming more popular. Since 2004, playing numbers at all levels have more than doubled to 3,200. Despite the hardships and deprivations the national team are ranked 34th in the world. More than 10,000 supporters turn out for home internationals. 
Major achievements by sporting event
|Athletics||1996 Summer Paralympics||Nikolai Tchoumak|
|Table tennis||1996 Summer Paralympics||Vladimir Polkanov|
Youth Olympic Games
|Dancesport||2013 World Games||Gabriele Pasquale Goffredo
|Wrestling||2015 European Games||Piotr Ianulov|
|Wrestling||2015 European Games||Svetlana Saenko|
|Wrestling||2015 European Games||Alexandru Chirtoaca|
- Souster, Mark (Oct 27, 2012). "Europe's poor relations show richness of spirit; Mark Souster visits Moldova and discovers a wealth of ambition at all levels in one of the game's new frontiers". The Times (London, England).
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