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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 108. Not illustrated. Chapters: Gennadiy Shatkov, Vyacheslav Lemeshev, Stanislav Stepashkin, Vladimir Yengibaryan, Boris Kuznetsov, Vladimir Safronov, Valeri Popenchenko, Oleg Grigoryev, Danas Pozniakas, Aleksandr Miroshnichenko, Shamil Sabirov, Boris Lagutin, Viktor Rybakov, Viktor Savchenko, Vyacheslav Yanovskiy, Vassily Solomin, Viktor Mednov, Serik Konakbayev, Viktor Demyanenko, Viktor Miroshnichenko, Nurmagomed Shanavazov, Rufat Riskiyev, Mekhak Ghazaryan, Valerian Sokolov, Timofey Skryabin, David Torosyan, Aleksandr Koshkyn, Lev Mukhin, Anatoli Bulakov, Jonas Čepulis, Pyotr Zayev, Aleksey Kiseliev, Romualdas Murauskas, Ričardas Tamulis, Stanislav Sorokin, Velikton Barannikov, Sergei Scherbakov, Vladimir Musalimov, Anatoly Lagetko, Yevgeni Vasilyevich Frolov, Sergei Sivko, Anatoly Perov, Boris Tishin, Vadim Yemelyanov, Yevgeny Feofanov, Gennady Garbuzov, Yuri Radonyak. Excerpt: Gennadi Ivanovich Shatkov (Russian: , May 27, 1932 January 14, 2009) was a boxer from the USSR, who competed in the Middleweight division ( 75 kg) during the major part of his career. Shatkov was born in Leningrad and began boxing at 12 at Zhdanov Young Pioneer Palace in Leningrad, where he was trained by Ivan Pavlovich Osipov. His first success was the 3rd place at the 1949 USSR Youth Championship in Rostov on Don. Shatkov trained at Burevestnik in Leningrad. He became Honoured Master of Sports of the USSR in 1957 and was awarded the Order of Lenin in 1957. During his career he won 215 fights out of 227. He won the Middleweight (75 kg) gold medal at the 1956 Melbourne Olympic games. He also competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in the Light Heavyweight division ( 81kg) but lost to Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. in the quarterfinals. Shatkov won gold medals at 1955 European Championship and 1959 European Championship, became USSR Champion in 1955, 1956 and...
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