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Examples of "grechin"
At the 2012 London Olympics, Izotov along with teammates (Andrey Grechin, Nikita Lobintsev, Vladimir Morozov) won Russia the bronze medal in the men's 4 × 100 m freestyle .
Gretchen Quintana Cordero (also "Grechin Quintana"; born June 30, 1984 in San Cristóbal, Pinar del Río) is a female heptathlete from Cuba, who competed for her native country at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
The Russian quartet of Andrey Grechin (48.57), Nikita Lobintsev (47.39), Vladimir Morozov (47.85), and Danila Izotov (47.60) took home the bronze in 3:11.41 to edge out the more aggressive Aussie foursome of James Magnussen (48.03), Matt Targett (47.83), Eamon Sullivan (47.68), and James Roberts (48.09) by 0.22 seconds, finishing with a fourth-place time in 3:11.63.
Andrey Vladimirovich Grechin (, born 21 October 1987) is a Russian swimmer. He competed in the 50 m, 100 m and 4 × 100 m freestyle and 4 × 100 m medley events at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics and won a bronze medal in the 4 × 100 m freestyle relay in 2012. He won three more medals in this event at the world championships in 2009–2015.
In 2012, Koptelov competed at the 2012 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) in Istanbul, Turkey making it to the semi-finals in men's 50 m butterfly. At the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Kopelov was member of the Russian Team that won gold in men's 4 × 100 m medley (with Vladimir Morozov, Kiril Strelnikov and Andrey Grechin) and a bronze medal in 100 m butterfly. In 2014, Koptelov finished 8th in 200 m butterfly at the 2014 European Championships.
France's Mehdy Metella (48.08), Fabien Gilot (48.20), and Florent Manaudou (47.14) handed Jérémy Stravius the anchor duties to chase down the Americans to the front, but Stravius' split of 47.11 was just good enough to settle them only for the silver in 3:10.53. Meanwhile, the Australian combination of James Roberts (48.88), Kyle Chalmers (47.38), James Magnussen (48.11), and Cameron McEvoy (47.00) snatched the bronze in 3:11.37 to hold off the Russian quartet of Andrey Grechin (48.68), Danila Izotov (48.00), Vladimir Morozov (47.31), and Alexander Sukhorukov (47.65) by nearly three tenths of a second, a fourth-place time in 3:11.64.
Pennick was born in Portland, Oregon, the son of gold miner Albert R. and Bessie (Murray) Pennick. He and his first wife, Grechin, had two children by the time he was twenty. He had a third child with his second wife, Nona Lorraine. Pennick joined the United States Marine Corps and served with the Peking Legation Guard in China in 1912. He was with the Marines in World War I and reenlisted in the United States Navy in September, 1941, at the age of 45. He was promoted to chief warrant officer (chief photographer) in December 1942 and served in the Field Photographic Unit under Commander John Ford. Pennick was awarded the Silver Star medal for action in North Africa. He died in Manhattan Beach, California at the age of 68.
Swimming is mostly an elite sport for most Russians, however before the dissolution of the USSR, Swimming was an institutionalized and recreational sport and excelled in the Olympic Games competing against East Germany in the total swimming medals table. Russia has not achieved the same success as that of the Soviet Union nevertheless there has still been a few notable Russian swimmers that excelled, Alexander Popov, a four-time Olympic gold medalist is regarded as one of the greatest sprint freestyle swimmers of all time, and the only male swimmer in history to win four individual Olympic gold medals in freestyle events. Other Notable Russian swimmers in the 1990s and early 2000s include: Denis Pankratov, Yevgeny Sadovyi, Vladimir Pyshnenko, Yury Prilukov, Arkady Vyatchanin, Roman Sludnov, Andrey Grechin. After the 2012 Summer Olympics, Russia's new elite swimmers have shown improved results.