Synonyms for ledovskikh or Related words with ledovskikh


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Viktor Nikolayevich Ledovskikh (; born October 8, 1967) is a retired Russian professional football player.
CJSC Transmashholding was established in 2002. The President of the company is Andrei Bokarev and the current Chairman of the Board, as of November 2012, is Anatoly Ledovskikh.
Konstantin Vyacheslavovich Ledovskikh (; born 12 July 1972) is a retired Kazakhstani professional footballer. He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1989 for FC Shakhter Karagandy.
Sergei Mikhailovich Ledovskikh (; born March 24, 1958) is a retired Russian professional footballer. He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1980 for FC Shakhter Karagandy.
Mikhail Ledovskikh, born August 8, 1986 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is a professional tennis player. He began playing tennis when he was seven. Currently residing in Sochi, Russia, he is coached by Alec Baranov.
In November 2012, Anatomy Ledovskikh, the former head of Russian’s Federal Agency for Subsoil Use, was elected Chairman of the Board at Transmashholding, one of the companies owned by Iskander Makhmudov. Transmashholding produces locomotives, freight cars, passenger cars, electrain train cars, and other train heavy machinery.
In July 2007 he lost in the finals of the Open Diputación in Córdoba, Spain. In the tournament he defeated #47 ranked Albert Montañés. Later in July, he won a challenger title in Togliatti, Russia, his fourth career title, beating Russia's Mikhail Ledovskikh in the final.
The Tambov Gang (in ) is a large gang in Saint Petersburg, Russia. According to common allegations, it was organized in St. Petersburg in 1988 by two men from Tambov Oblast, Vladimir Kumarin and Valery Ledovskikh. The gang is named after their region of origin. Despite often allegations of involvement, Kumarin continues to deny his involvement. Originally the gangsters were recruited from people of Tambov origin and sportsmen, and were engaged in a protection racket.
Nadal then returned to the Dubai Open, where he was a former champion. Nadal had won the title by beating Roger Federer in the 2006 Dubai Open, 2–6, 6–4, 6–4. This time around, however, his performance was less than impressive as he lost in the quarter-finals to American World No. 6 Andy Roddick. Nadal looked uncomfortable in his first-round match against Philipp Kohlschreiber, recovering from a one-set deficit to win 3–6, 6–1, 6–4. He then proceeded to push aside World No. 171 Mikhail Ledovskikh 6–4, 6–0, before losing to Roddick in the quarters, 6–7(5), 2–6.