Dmitry Silov is disabled since birth. In Paralympic Games in London Dmitry won the 9th place in the long jump. In the 2014 European Championship in Wales he both won the gold medal in the javelin throwing and set up his own personal record – 47.32 m. In turn, in the 2013 World Championships in Athletics in Lyon he won the silver medal in the javelin throwing. Dmitry lives in Kraslava, but he is traveling to Riga once a month, where he is training intensively for 10 days in order to prepare for competitions. LNK Charity Fund provides support for Dmitry by paying for his living expenses related to the stay in Riga, so that the young man could continue to show exceptional results in global competitions and make Latvia famous all around the world.