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Examples of "menkov"
Menkov () is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Menkova. It may refer to
Just over a month later, at the World Championships in Moscow, Russia, Menkov was again in the competition. This time Menkov took the gold with the Russian National record of 8.56 m while Rivera took the bronze medal with a jump of 8.27 m.
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Menkov (, born 7 December 1990 in Minusinsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai) is a Russian track and field athlete who competes in the long jump.
DLUM organized the Experimental Drawing-Line, Third Dimension exhibition for the recipient of the award Goran Menkov, at the DLUM gallery space, Skopje, Macedonia.
Goran Menkov (born 5 December 1987 in Skopje, Macedonia) () is a Macedonian visual artist. He holds a degree in painting at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, Faculty of Fine Arts, in the class of Professor Rubens Korubin.
Menkov won gold at the 2013 World Championships with a personal best of 8.56 metres. He was 6th both at the 2015 World Championships and at the 2011 World Championships.
Menkov is one of the most recognized sportsmen in Uzbekistan, whose major was canoeing. His early career began in 2003s when he decided to spend his life for canoeing, and his first trainer was Aleksandr Panomaryov.
Menkov for the first time in the global visual art scene, used mold (fungus) as a painting technique to produce original contemporary artworks, he exhibited his experimental Mold Paintings at his solo exhibition Stale Art, Hibernation in November 2013 in Skopje, Macedonia.
Menkov led for the early part of the race, but was passed at the 750 meter mark by defending Olympic champion Cal and defending world champion Vajda. The Hungarian pulled away in the final 150 meters to win his gold medal which he dedicated to his fallen teammate György Kolonics, who had died a month earlier training for the 2008 Summer Olympics.
He began 2013 in fine form breaking the Swedish indoor long jump record. He competed at the 2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships on home soil in Gothenburg, jumping a new national record of 8.27 metres in the first round, before jumping 8.29 metres in the final round, only two centimetres behind winner Aleksandr Menkov.
Also in 2014 Menkov was nominated for the prestigious DENES Young Visual Artist Annual Award, an annual award for best young artist in the Republic of Macedonia under 35, organised by The Contemporary Art Center – Skopje, in collaboration with the Civil Society Foundation in New York.
In 2013 Menkov represented the Republic of Macedonia in the 7th Francophone Games which were held in Nice, France, from September 6–15. He was a member of the official Macedonian Delegation (Visual Arts, Painting) and took part in the Cultural events at the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie.
Menkov also competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, finishing fourth in the C-1 1000 m event while being eliminated in the semi-finals of the C-1 500m. At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed in the C-1 200 m, finishing 10th, and the C-1 1000 m, finishing 4th again.
Menkov was born in Toytepa, Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. In 2004 he entered to the "Olympic reserver' high-school, which is located in Chirchiq. After successful graduation he was able to enter to the "Uzbek State Institute of Physical Culture" in the year of 2007.
2009 was the best of his career. In this year, Vadim Menkov won number of International tournaments which were held in Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary. Due to his results in 2009 he was recognized as the "Best canoe oarsman of the year", by the International Canoe Federation.
In the finals were the defending champion Aleksandr Menkov, Olympic Champion Greg Rutherford and world leader Jeff Henderson, however world #2-4 Zarck Visser, Rushwahl Samaai and Marquis Dendy were unable to get out of the rounds. Henderson was the top qualifier with an 8.36 automatic first attempt trial. Three Chinese jumpers made the final at home.
In 2013, Luis Rivera competed at the World University Games held in Kazan, Russia, where he jumped 8.46 meters to take the gold medal in a head to head battle with Russian national favorite Aleksandr Menkov who finished 4 cm behind. Rivera's winning jump became the Mexican national record, and the University Games record.
Russia has maintained strong results particularly in High jump, Long jump, track athletics, Hurdling, Pole vault, racewalking, Hammer throw, Triple jump, Javelin throw, Heptathlon. Some well known Russian athletes include Yelena Isinbayeva, Anna Chicherova, Ivan Ukhov, Tatyana Lysenko, Yuliya Zaripova, Natalya Antyukh, Mikhail Ryzhov, Andrey Silnov, Aleksandr Ivanov, Ekaterina Koneva, Yelena Slesarenko, Sergey Shubenkov, Mariya Kuchina, Yuriy Borzakovskiy, Darya Klishina, Aleksandr Menkov, Aleksey Fyodorov, Elena Lashmanova, Lyukman Adams, Daniil Tsyplakov, Ilya Shkurenyov.
Vadim Menkov (born February 12, 1987) is an Uzbek male sprint canoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. He has won six medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with two golds (C-1 1000 m: 2009, 2010), a silver (C-1 500 m: 2013) and two bronze (C-1 500 m: 2010, C-1 1000 m: 2011). Most recently, Vadim won the gold medal in the sprint C1-1000m event in canoeing at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.
Notable Uzbek athletes featured tennis player Denis Istomin (ranked thirty-fourth in the world by the Association of Tennis Professionals), road cyclist and former world junior champion Sergey Lagutin, and sprint canoer Vadim Menkov, who nearly missed out of the medal standings in Beijing. Sprinter Guzal Khubbiyeva and trampoline gymnast Ekaterina Khilko became the first Uzbek female athletes to compete in four Olympic games. Meanwhile, swimmers Ranohon Amanova and Yulduz Kuchkarova, both at age 18, were the youngest athletes of the team. Light heavyweight boxer and double Asian Games champion Elshod Rasulov was the nation's flag bearer at the opening ceremony.