Synonyms for ignatenko or Related words with ignatenko

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Examples of "ignatenko"
Dmitri Vladimirovich Ignatenko (; born 27 January 1969 in Leningrad) is a former Russian football player.
Petr Ignatenko (born 27 September 1987) is a Russian professional road racing cyclist.
Ignatenko or Ihnatenko ( or ) is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname that may refer to
In June 2015, Petr Ignatenko tested positive for human growth hormone (hGH) in an out-of-competition test on April 8, 2015. This is only the second hGH positive since Patrick Sinkewitz returned an adverse analytical finding for the substance. This represented Rusvelo's fifth positive in less than two years, Ignatenko was subsequently fired by the team.
Viktor Vasilyevich Ignatenko (; born November 9, 1963) is a Russian professional football coach. Currently, he manages FC Smena Komsomolsk-na-Amure.
Aleksandr Viktorovich Ignatenko (; born 12 December 1951 in Voroshilovgrad) is an Ukrainian-born Russian professional football coach and a former player.
Artyom Ignatenko (born 1 March 1990 in Astana) is a Kazakhstani professional ice hockey player currently playing for Arystan Temirtau in the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship league.
Dmytro Ihnatenko (, also Dmitri Ignatenko from ; born 23 December 1991) is a Ukrainian figure skater. A three-time national medalist, he represented Ukraine at the 2012 European Championships and 2012 World Championships.
Recent and current teachers at LNMA include: composers Mykola Kolessa, Myroslav Skoryk, conductor Yuri Lutsiv, Maria Boyko, organist Vladimir Ignatenko, professor of singing Igor Kushpler, violinist Lydia Shutko, director Igor Pilatyuk, pianist Oleg Krishtalsky, pianist Maria Krushelnytska, pianist Josef Ermin, pianist Ethella Chuprik, and others.
In the race's other classifications, Petr Ignatenko of won both the green jersey for the most points gained in intermediate sprints, and the pink jersey for the King of the Mountains classification, while finished at the head of the teams classification, with three of the squad's riders – Wiggins, Richie Porte and Michael Rogers – finishing in the overall top five.
Pavel Ignatenko (born 8 July 1995) is a Belarusian figure skater. A senior national champion, he has qualified for the free skate at three European and two World Junior Championships. His best result, 13th, came at the 2013 European Championships in Zagreb, Croatia.
Produced by Elena Beloff, co-produced by Ken Christmas and Vincent D'Onofrio, cinematography by Eun-ah Lee; film editing by Ben Abrams; original music by Oliver James and Robert Eldridge, additional music by Tony Sokol and the song "Budem Vmeste" was written by Elena Beloff and produced by Tony Sokol and Joe Bohmer. The cast included Elena Beloff, Yuri Binder, Katya Chirkina, Michael Gross, Sasha Ignatenko, Irina Isaeva, Tatiana Lissovskaia, Elena Orie and Adnan Sarhan.
The first meeting of the Inter-governmental Commission for Trade, Economic, and Scientific-Technical Cooperation between Russia and DPRK was held in the spring of 1996 led by Deputy Premier Vitali Ignatenko. This was the highest- level meeting (at the deputy prime ministerial level) between Moscow and Pyongyang since the collapse of the Soviet Union. During the visit, the two countries agreed to restore bilateral trade and economic cooperation to its 1991 level. The two sides also agreed to restore bilateral inter-governmental commissions and to establish working-level bodies between North Korea and the Russian Far Eastern province for bilateral cooperation in science-technology, forestry, light industry, and transport. Ignatenko carried Yeltsin's personal message to Kim Jong-il. In the message, Yeltsin expressed his hopes for tension reduction on the Korean peninsula and North Korea's continuing observance of the Armistice Agreement. Kim Jong Il expecting that Zyuganov, the Communist Party leader, would win the coming presidential election in June–July 1996, did not even send a letter of reply, nor did he meet with the Russian delegation.
The race ended with a short, yet tough, stage into Barcelona; as part of the parcours, there were three third-category climbs and a second-category climb, all coming after the mark. Nine riders representing seven teams contributed to the opening move of the stage, as they accelerated off the front of the main field after just . Their advantage, however, was always checked by the peloton, instead keeping the gap at a manageable distance. As such, the nine riders only held a lead of just over ninety seconds for most of the first half of the stage. Javier Ramírez was the first to summit the "Alt d'Ullastrell" for , while at the second climb, it was 's Petr Ignatenko that took the honours on the "Castellbisbal".
On the eve of the German invasion of the Soviet Union Zelenko was taking part in the retraining of the leading personnel of seven flying regiments in use of the Sukhoi Su-2. Following the German invasion, Zelenko made forty flights (also at night) and participated in twelve air combats with enemy fighters. On September 12, 1941, Zelenko's Su-2 was attacked by seven Bf-109s. After Zelenko ran out of ammunition, she launched a top-down air ramming which tore a Bf-109 into two as the propeller hit the German aircraft's tail. The Su-2 she was piloting exploded though, and Zelenko was pulled out of cockpit. The air combat was observed by local residents who identified her body. On May 5, 1990 Zelenko was awarded the title of the Hero of the Soviet Union posthumously. A minor planet, 1900 Katyusha was named after her. Zelenko's husband Pavel Ignatenko also died in air combat in 1943.
The race's queen stage consisted of four categorised climbs over the parcours, including three first-category climbs; the "Col des Mosses", the "Piste de l'Ours" and also the climb of the "St-Martin", with each climb rising to in excess of above sea level. After several unsuccessful attacks set the course of the early running – as the field remained as one – for much of the first half-hour of racing; it was not until the "Col des Mosses" that the stage's primary breakaway had been formed. Six riders went clear on the climb, and the break consisted of 's Jean-Christophe Péraud, pair Petr Ignatenko and Eduard Vorganov, 's Johann Tschopp, Guillaume Levarlet () and Jorge Azanza of ; Tschopp was best placed overall of the riders, having trailed by 25 seconds to Bradley Wiggins () overnight.
In 2013 the team endured a spate of doping positives. In March Valery Kaikov for the, cancer-causing, banned compound GW501516 (Endurobol). This was the first recorded positive for Endurobol. In June at the 2013 Russian National Championships Roman Maikin and Artem Ovechkin tested positive for Fenoterol and received a six-month ban Andrey Solomennikov tested positive for asthma medication and received a six-month suspension as well. As a result, the team auto-suspended itself from competition. In June 2015, the team received their fifth positive in less than two years when Petr Ignatenko tested positive for human growth hormone (hGH) in an out-of-competition test on April 8, this is only the second hGH positive since Patrick Sinkewitz returned an adverse analytical finding for the substance.
With Tschopp in such a prime position to Wiggins in the general classification, Wiggins' team was doing the lion's share of the work in the main field; a main field that was struggling to make headway due to the weather conditions. A strong headwind – gusting up to in places – was keeping the speeds of the chase down. The headwinds did claim one victim as Tschopp's team-mate Tejay van Garderen was struck by a falling tree branch on the descent from the reached the "Col des Mosses". He received stitches for a wound on his nose, but was forced to abandon the race; he had been lying 17th overall in the general classification, trailing Wiggins by 15 seconds, and had been just four seconds behind countryman Andrew Talansky () in the under-25 classification. As the breakaway reached the finish site in Sion for the first of two passings, their advantage was around the two-minute mark over the main field. The leaders split up after the second-category climb to "Basse-Nendaz", as Tschopp, Ignatenko and Levarlet left the other three riders behind and set off to try and extend their ever-reducing advantage to the main pack.