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Examples of "lagunov"
Dmitri Alekseyevich Lagunov () (born 1888; died 1942) was a Russian and Soviet football player.
Lagunov played his only game for Russia on September 14, 1913 in a friendly against Norway.
Izotov won a silver medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing in the 4 × 200 m freestyle relay together with Alexander Sukhorukov, Yevgeny Lagunov and Nikita Lobintsev.
According to film director Lagunov, "Tatsu is a dragon that sits inside everyone of us. It chokes those of us who yielded to our temptations.". The film is a story of a Soviet hippy who was imprisoned for 5 years and tries to fit in after the release.
On 31 July 2012, Lobuzov swims in Men's 4 × 200 m Freestyle Relay with Evgeny Lagunov, Mikhail Polishchuk and Alexander Sukhorukov. They raced that clocked 7:11.86 with difference at +5.11 on heat 2 at ranked 5 and ranked 10 over 15 opposed countries. However, the team Russian was not qualified to the semi-finals.
Ruslan Skvortsov was born in Yelets, Lipetsk Oblast, Russia, and trained at the Moscow Choreographic Academy with Vyacheslav Mikhaylov. Upon his graduation in 1998 he joined the Bolshoi Ballet, where he has worked under the tutelage of Valery Lagunov and Nikolai Fadeyechev. In 2001 he was awarded a bronze medal at the Moscow International Ballet Competition. He was appointed to the rank of principal dancer in October 2009 and was awarded the title of Meritorious Artist of Russia in April 2014.
Yevgeny Alexandrovich Lagunov (; born 14 December 1985) is a freestyle swimmer from Russia, who won the bronze medal in the 100 m freestyle at the European Short Course Swimming Championships 2005 in Triest, Italy. He also competed in the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics. At the 2008 Summer Olympics he was part of the Russian team that won silver in the 4 × 200 m freestyle relay, and at the 2012 Summer Olympics he won a bronze medal in the 4 × 100 m freestyle.
Russia's Nikita Lobintsev (1:46.64), Yevgeny Lagunov (1:46.56), Danila Izotov (1:45.86), and Alexander Sukhorukov (1:44.65) trailed behind the Americans by over five body lengths to take home the silver in a European record of 7:03.70. Meanwhile, Australia's Patrick Murphy (1:45.95), Grant Hackett (1:45.87), Grant Brits (1:47.13), and Nic Ffrost (1:46.03) picked up a bronze in 7:04.98 to hold off the agile Italian quartet of Marco Belotti (1:47.37), Emiliano Brembilla (1:47.33), Massimiliano Rosolino (1:46.53), and Filippo Magnini (1:44.12) by 37-hundredths of a second, a national record of 7:05.35.
Russia's Arkady Vyatchanin (53.36), Roman Sloudnov (59.45), Yevgeny Korotyshkin (51.62), and Yevgeny Lagunov (47.49) missed the podium by almost three-fourths of a second (0.75) with a fourth-place effort in 3:31.92, while Daniel Bell (54.52), Glenn Snyders (59.46), Corney Swanepoel (52.12), and Cameron Gibson (47.99) established a New Zealand record of 3:33.39 to claim the fifth spot in the final, holding off the British quartet of Liam Tancock (54.69), Chris Cook (59.65), Michael Rock (52.02), and Simon Burnett (47.33) by 0.30 seconds, a national record of 3:33.69. South Africa's Gerhard Zandberg (54.69), Cameron van der Burgh (59.40), Lyndon Ferns (51.39), and Darian Townsend (48.22) finished closer to the Brits by a hundredth of a second (0.01) with a seventh-place time of 3:33.70. As the entire field came to a dramatic finish in the pool, Italy was disqualified from the race because of an early relay takeoff on the final exchange by freestyle anchor Filippo Magnini.
Lagunov was born on July 2, 1942 in Moscow, Russia. In 1962 he graduated from the Moscow State Choreographic Academy where his teacher was Aleksey Yermolayev, and same year joined Bolshoi Ballet. He first appeared in "Scriabiniana" as "Garland" in 1962 and four next year played in "Sleeping Beauty" as "Prince". In 1966 he played as one of the shepherd boys in "the Nutcracker" and five years later appeared as "Archon" in "Icarus". In 1972 he participated in the "Swan Lake" where he played a role of "Evil genius" and the same year played a role as a "dance teacher" in "Cinderella". Three years later he appeared as "Albrecht" in "Giselle" and by 1976 played a role of "black man" in "Mozart and Salieri". The same year he was named "Merited Artist of the Russian Federation" and also appeared as "Don Juan" in "Love for Love". In 1979 he graduated from the Russian University of Theatre Arts and retired as a dancer in 1983. Since 1996 he teaches such future ballet dancers as Mikhail Lobukhin and Vladislav Lantratov.