Synonyms for aliaksei or Related words with aliaksei
Examples of "aliaksei"
Kuchuk is a professional football player.
Shynkel (born 6 July 1994) is a Belarusian handball player for SKA Minsk and the Belarusian national team.
Shamarau' (, , born September 16, 1982 in Kaliningrad) is a Russian male freestyle wrestler who competing for Belarus.
Kishou (born 23 September 1986) is a Belarusian handball player for Saint Petersburg HC and the Belarusian national team.
Leanidavich Kuchuk (; ; "Aleksei Leonidovich Kuchuk"; born 9 September 1986 in Minsk) is a former Belarusian footballer. In 2016, he joined Krumkachy Minsk as their reserves team coach.
Khadkevich (born 14 January 1994) is a Belarusian handball player. He plays for SKA Minsk and the Belarusian national team.
Abalmasau (or Aleksey Abalmasov, , born 20 June 1980) is a Belarusian sprint canoer who has competed since 1998. Competing in two Summer Olympics, he won a gold medal in the K-4 1000 m event at Beijing in 2008.
Likhacheuski (, ; born 28 June 1990) is a Belarusian sabre fencer, team silver medallist at the 2011 World Championships in Catania. He took part in the team event at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where Belarus ended 7th.
Tsapik (; born 4 August 1988) is a Belarusian athlete who competes in the triple jump and long jump with a personal best result of 16.82 metres at the triple jump.
The tournament gold medallist was Portugal's Fernando Machado who defeated
Papou from Belarus in the final. The two other fighters at the event, Azamat Murzabekov from Russia and Amine Alaoui M'Hamdi from Morocco, were awarded bronze medals.
In 2004, with Dziamyan Turchyn now on board in place of
Skurkouski they won the senior European K-2 500 m silver medal in Poznań, Poland. In the K-4 1000 m Olympic final in Athens, they finished sixth.
Karpiuk (, ; 14 April 1920 in Straszewo, a village close to Gródek, Białystok County, Poland – 14 August 1992 in Hrodna, Belarus) was a Belarusian writer and public figure. Between 1960 until 1960 he was a leader of the intelligentsia in Hrodna and supported dissident writers in the USSR.
Due to the shortage of fighters required for a sixteen-man tournament, three men had byes through to the quarter finals. The tournament winner was Belarus's
Kudzin who defeated the Russian Dzhamal Kasumov in the final to win gold. Defeated semi finalists Mirko Vlahovic from Montenegro and Mladen Bozic from Serbia won bronze medals.
Players: Stanislau Artynski, Siarhei Bahaleisha, Aliaksandr Baradulia, Valeri Bojarskih, Kiryl Brykun, Siarhei Drozd, Dzianis Hrybko, Allaksandr Kachan, Siahei Karolik, Mikhail Kharamanda, Viacheslau Makritski, Siarhei Maliauka, Raman Malinouski, Evgeniy Nagachev, Viachaslau Raitsou, Nikita Remezov,
Sardovik, Siarhei Sheleh, Ilya Silik, Aliaksandr Siomachkin, Dzmitry Volkau, Kanstantin Zholudzeu.
Sasha and Sirozha (, ) was a Belarusian multimedial comical duo formed by musician Siarhei Mikhalok and artist
Hatskevich. Later their team included Matvey Saburov (Матвей Сабуров) for technical support. Their activities are broad in nature and include TV series, radio series, comics, and music albums. In 2008 Mikhalok put the project on hold, to focus on working in the rock group Lyapis Trubetskoy.
Ivanou (, ) (born 17 May 1980) is a Belarusian cross-country skier who has competed swince 2004. At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, he finished 45th in the 50 km, 48th in the 30 km mixed pursuit, and 60th in the 15 km events.
Players: Vitali Bialinski, Valeri Bojarskih, Kiryl Brykun, Pavel Dashkou, Siarhei Drozd, Nikolai Goncharov, Aleh Haroshka, Ilya Kaznadzei, Andrei Kolasau, Dzmitry Korabau,
Kuveka, Vitali Marchanka, Uladzimir Mikhailau, Anatol Panou, Pavel Razvadouski, Yauheni Salamonau, Illa Shinkevitch, Yahor Stsiapanau, Mikalai Susla, Ihar Varashylau, Dzmitry Verameichyk, Dzmitry Volkau, Aliaksandr Yeronau, Aliaksandr Zhuk
Kulbakou (Belarusian: Аляксей Кульбакоў; born 27 December 1979 in Gomel) is a Belarusian football referee, FIFA-licensed and UEFA first group referee. He is the only Belarusian official who regularly takes part in the group stages of UEFA club competitions.
Senior team leader Viktor Reneysky was looking for fresh talent for his K4 boat which had failed to maintain the progress of previous years. Turchyn was surprisingly chosen ahead of Stanislau Strelchanka to replace
Skurkouski in the senior K-4 500 m crew.
Karpiuk is known for his works about the life in the Western part of Belarus in the first half of the twentieth century – this topic allowed for a depiction of national history under the conditions of Soviet censorship (short story "Danuta", novel "Verschalainski Paradise" and others) In the Hrodna of 1960–1970 a free thinking intelligentsia gathered around
Karpiuk. Some of its members where (at various times) Vasil Bykau, Danuta Bichel-Zagnetava, Volga Ipatava, Branislau Rsheuski.
Karpiuk himself actively distributed forbidden literature in the USSR, and had correspondence with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (to whom he sent his works "Candle in the Wind", "Right Hand", "What a pity" for printing). Karpiuk had contacts to the family Genijush. Karpiuk's telephone conversations were wiretapped, his flat was secretly searched. Once he was warned on time and managed to destroy incriminating material – letters by Solzhenitsyn, Samizdat literature. As his wife recalled, "illegal literature was assembled at night time and drowned in water ... but some materials survived."
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