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Elena Vinnik is a Russian television host and anchor of Channel One Russia Evening News. She was born on September 23, 1976, in Pskov. Her maiden name is Malinskaya.
As a child, she dreamed of becoming a veterinarian and treating animals. In her school days, she attended rhythmic gymnastics classes and had reached a very high level in the section. She currently is a master of sports in this field.

After getting her High School Diploma Elena enrolled at Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) in the Faculty of Law. Studying as a lawyer came easily to her and she came through with flying colors.
Thanks to being exceptionally gifted she won the prize of Open Society Institute founded by business magnate George Soros and was given a scholarship on additional education at Manchester University. Having continued her education in Great Britain Elena Vinnik returned to Russia as a Magister of International Private Law.

[h=2]TV host[/h]
Elena Vinnik started her career as a television host in 1994 in her hometown Pskov. When the girl was a freshman at the Pskov Free Institute, her mother recognized that the local television was looking for a set of girls for one of the channels from the running line on the TV screen. She insisted on having her daughter to take part in the casting, as a result Elena passed. The girl first received the work of a correspondent, and then became a host on the Pskovsk GTRK (State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company). For a short while, Elena switched to "Telecom Channel 7", but soon returned to her former place of work.
In 2000, Elena goes to Moscow and after a while gets into the studio of the popular NTV Channel. She runs Today where she started with the morning broadcasts and then switched to daily news.

At NTV, Elena Vinnik has worked for more than 12 years and during this time has managed to become a laureate of the All-Russian Journalists' Contest Economic Revival of Russia. She also won the For Promotion of Healthy Lifestyle Award and was titled as the Most Charming TV Presenter of 2007.
In April 2015, Elena Vinnik switched to work for Channel One. Now the TV host can be seen on the air of the broadcasting program named Evening News with Elena Vinnik.

Social work

In November 2011 the première of the social film "Live, baby" was held. Elena Vinnik took a direct part in the preparation of this project along with Natalia Metlina, Diana Gurtskaya, Irina Slutskaya, Irena Ponaroshka and other famous persons. Elena Vinnik starred in an advertising clip of Rosselkhozbank's payment cards in support of the Amur tigers within the framework of ANO Center Amur Tiger project. When making payments on this card, the bank would transfer 0,7% of the cost of each purchase to protect the Amur tigers.
[h=2]Personal life[/h]
When Elena arrived in Moscow in 2000, she met her future spouse, Andrei Vinnik, in the capital. Andrei is a Candidate of Economic Sciences and a biotechnologist, and, surprisingly, is also from Pskov. Quite quickly, Andrew and Elena got married, and soon the first-born daughter, Catherine appeared in their family. To date, Elena already has given birth to three children and all three are girls.
The Vinniks care about the health of their little ones, so the family does not live in the megalopolis, but in a country house, close to nature. Elena, Andrei and their daughters often travel. Especially the host is interested in the eastern countries and everything that is associated with them: cuisine, dances, and languages.
According to the well-known edition of Komsomolskaya Pravda, Andrei Vinnik is Elena's second husband. According to this newspaper, even in Pskov, a woman first married a student at her university, but before she moved to Moscow they divorced.
 

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Elena Vinnik is a Russian television host and anchor of Channel One Russia Evening News. She was born on 23 September [STRIKE]23,[/STRIKE] 1976, in Pskov. Her maiden name was [STRIKE]is[/STRIKE] Malinskaya.

As a child, she dreamed of becoming a veterinarian and treating animals. [STRIKE]In her[/STRIKE] While at school, [STRIKE]days,[/STRIKE] she attended rhythmic gymnastics classes and [STRIKE]had[/STRIKE] reached a very high level in that. [STRIKE]the section.[/STRIKE] She is currently [STRIKE]is[/STRIKE] a master [STRIKE]of sports[/STRIKE] in this field.

After getting her high school diploma Elena, enrolled at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) in the Faculty of Law. Studying [STRIKE]as a lawyer[/STRIKE] law came easily to her, and she [STRIKE]came through[/STRIKE] passed with flying colors.

Thanks to being exceptionally gifted, she won the [STRIKE]prize of[/STRIKE] Open Society Institute Prize, founded by business magnate George Soros, and was given a scholarship [STRIKE]on additional[/STRIKE] to pursue further education at Manchester University. [STRIKE]Having continued[/STRIKE] After successfully completing her education in Great Britain, Elena Vinnik returned to Russia [STRIKE]as a Magister of[/STRIKE] with a master's in International Private Law.

TV host
Elena Vinnik started her career as a television host in 1994 in her hometown of Pskov. When [STRIKE]the girl[/STRIKE] she was a freshman at the Pskov Free Institute, her mother [STRIKE]recognized[/STRIKE] was aware that the local television station was looking for [STRIKE]a set of girls[/STRIKE] female presenters for one of the channels from the running line on the TV screen. She [STRIKE]insisted on having[/STRIKE] encouraged her daughter to apply. [STRIKE]take part in the casting, as a result[/STRIKE] Elena did and got the job. [STRIKE]passed. The girl[/STRIKE] At first, [STRIKE]received the[/STRIKE] she worked [STRIKE]of[/STRIKE] as a correspondent, and then became a host on the Pskovsk GTRK (State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company). For a short while, Elena switched to "Telecom Channel 7" but soon returned to her former place of work.

In 2000, Elena [STRIKE]goes[/STRIKE] went to Moscow and, after a while, [STRIKE]gets into the studio of[/STRIKE] starting working for the popular NTV Channel. She [STRIKE]runs[/STRIKE] presented Today, where she started with the morning broadcasts and then switched to [STRIKE]daily[/STRIKE] the main midday/nightly news.

At NTV, Elena Vinnik [STRIKE]has[/STRIKE] worked for more than 12 years and, during [STRIKE]this[/STRIKE] that time, [STRIKE]has[/STRIKE] managed to become a laureate of the All-Russian Journalists' Contest for the Economic Revival of Russia. She also won the [STRIKE]For[/STRIKE] Promotion of Healthy Lifestyle Award and was titled [STRIKE]as[/STRIKE] the Most Charming TV Presenter of 2007.

In April 2015, Elena Vinnik switched to working for Channel One. Now the TV host can be seen presenting [STRIKE]on the air of the broadcasting program named[/STRIKE] Evening News with Elena Vinnik.

Social work
In November 2011, the première of the social film "Live, baby" was held. Elena Vinnik took a direct part in the preparation of this project along with Natalia Metlina, Diana Gurtskaya, Irina Slutskaya, Irena Ponaroshka and other famous persons. Elena Vinnik starred in an advertising clip of Rosselkhozbank's payment cards in support of the Amur tigers within the framework of ANO Center Amur Tiger project. When making payments on this card, the bank would transfer 0,7% of the cost of each purchase to protect the Amur tigers.

Personal life

When Elena arrived in Moscow in 2000, she met her future spouse, Andrei Vinnik, in the capital. Andrei is a Candidate of Economic Sciences and a biotechnologist, and, surprisingly, is also from Pskov. [STRIKE]Quite quickly,[/STRIKE] Shortly afterwards, Andrew and Elena got married, and soon the first [STRIKE]-born[/STRIKE] daughter, Catherine, was born. [STRIKE]appeared in their family.[/STRIKE] To date, Elena already has given birth to three children, and all three are girls.

The Vinniks care about the health of their little ones, so the family does not live in the megalopolis, but in a country house, close to nature. Elena, Andrei and their daughters often travel. [STRIKE]Especially the host[/STRIKE] She is especially interested in [STRIKE]the[/STRIKE] eastern countries and everything that is associated with them: cuisine, dance, and their languages.

According to the well-known edition of Komsomolskaya Pravda, Andrei Vinnik is Elena's second husband. According to this newspaper, [STRIKE]even[/STRIKE] while in Pskov, [STRIKE]a woman[/STRIKE] Elena first married a fellow student at her university, but before she moved to Moscow, they divorced.

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