Russian Handball Biography Introduction: Nadezhda Muravyeva, Aleksandr Tuchkin, Serhiy Kushniryuk, Vyacheslav Atavin, Yury Klimov

 
9781155488523: Russian Handball Biography Introduction: Nadezhda Muravyeva, Aleksandr Tuchkin, Serhiy Kushniryuk, Vyacheslav Atavin, Yury Klimov
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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: 168. Not illustrated. Chapters: Nadezhda Muravyeva, Aleksandr Tuchkin, Serhiy Kushniryuk, Vyacheslav Atavin, Yury Klimov, Lyudmila Postnova, Anna Kareyeva, Vyacheslav Gorpishin, Emiliya Turey, Irina Poltoratskaya, Vasily Ilyin, Yelena Polenova, Tatyana Dzhandzhgava, Inna Suslina, Irina Bliznova, Yekaterina Marennikova, Denis Krivoshlykov, Yevgeni Vasilyevich Chernyshov, Valery Gopin, Sergey Pogorelov, Dmitri Torgovanov, Natalya Morskova, Valeri Gassy, Yekaterina Andryushina, Liudmila Bodnieva, Elina Guseva, Vasily Kudinov, Yana Uskova, Natalya Anisimova, Alexey Rastvortsev, Igor Lavrov, Lev Voronin, Vladimir Maksimov, Yuri Kidyaev, Alexey Kostygov, Igor Chumak, Vladimir Kravtsov, Oxana Romenskaya, Natalia Shipilova, Maria Sidorova, Yelena Dmitriyeva, Polina Vyakhireva, Oleg Grebnev, Vitali Ivanov, Oleg Kuleshov, Yevgeni Trefilov, Igor Vasilev, Oleg Kiselyov, Mikhail Vasilev, Aleksandr Rymanov, Mikhail Chipurin, Natalya Lapitskaya, Andrey Tyumentsev, Yuri Nesterov, Dmitry Filippov, Pavel Sukosyan, Natalya Deryugina, Stanislav Kulinchenko, Vladimir Repev, Galina Borzenkova, Anna Sedoykina, Svetlana Bogdanova, Galina Onoprienko, Dmitry Kuzelev, Larisa Kiselyova, Aleksey Zhuk, Lyudmila Gudz, Vladimir Belov, Viktor Makhorin, Oleg Khodkov, Svetlana Pryakhina, Aleksandr Gorbatikov, Olga Levina, Yuliya Safina, Pavel Bashkin, Olga Medvedeva, Albert Oganezov, Alexander Panov, Valentin Kulev. Excerpt: Nadezhda Muravyeva (born June 30, 1980 in Bratsk-Russia) is a Russian team handball player, playing on the Russian women's national handball team. She won a gold medal with the Russian winning team in the 2007 World Women's Handball Championship. At the 2008 European Women's Handball Championship in Macedonia she received a bronze medal, and was also named "Best Defence Player". Nadezhda Muravyeva is one of the most famous handball players in ...

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