“I believe that together we are learning life lessons through volleyball. The sport may have brought us together, but the things we experience throughout the season like the hard work in the gym, the wins and losses at tournaments, the everyday turmoil that life can dish us, getting through those things together with the support of the team allows us to form life long friendships, and that is why I love my job.”
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Since 1975 she worked as a coach at the children's sports school in Ekibastuz (Kazakhstan). Her teams became champions of the Pavlodar region in 1976, 1977 and 1978.
Since 1981 she worked at the sports school in the city of Nizhny Tagil (Russia). At the same time studying at the Omsk State Institute of Physical Education and Sport.
In 1987 she received the highest category of coach and confirmed it every 4 years with the Regional Category Commission.
Under Malysheva's leadership teams became more than 60 times Champions and medalists of the Sverdlovsk region from 1983 to 2016. 2000-2015 2-3 places in the Russian Workers' Championship. In 2011, her team won silver medals in the Russian League II Championship.
Several of her students, as part of the Sverdlovsk regional team, were the winners of the Russian Championship.
Five of its players were part of the youth team of Russia. Two students born in 2004 are currently on the national team.
It should be noted that in Russia the coach works with players for 8-12 years from 6-8 years to 14-16.
Malysheva Prepared players for professional teams of clubs «Uralochka» (Ekaterinburg), Spartak (Omsk), TTU (Leningrad), Indesit (Saratov). Several students play in the teams of Greece, Israel, Germany.
In 2001 she defended her dissertation on mutual education in the process of learning the game of volleyball and received a Ph.D. in pedagogical sciences through the Moscow Academy of Sports.
2002-2016 she lectured on physical education at the Nizhny Tagil State Teachers' Institute.
Awarded federal government awards in Russia:
- "Excellence in Physical Culture and Sports Russia" – 1999;
- "Honorary Worker of General Education Russia" – 2000;
- Badge of honor "80th anniversary of the Ministry of Physical Culture,
Sports and Tourism of the Sverdlovsk Region" – 2004;
- The distinction "Sports prowess of the Sverdlovsk region" – 2015;
In 2016, she moved to the United States with her daughter, who was invited to the Dickinson State University volleyball team, for which she played the 2004-2008 season and received 4 individual awards, including Bes All-Around-Player, Best Server.