Synonyms for pimankov or Related words with pimankov
Examples of "pimankov"
In 1998, Ashihmin shared silver medals with Popov,
, and Roman Yegorov for Russia in the sprint freestyle relay (3:17.99), when the U.S. hosted again the Goodwill Games in New York City.
(; born February 4, 1975 in Omsk) is a freestyle swimmer from Russia, who won several medals as a member of the freestyle relay team (4×100 m and 4×200 m) during the late 1990s and early 2000s. He competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1996.
At the 2002 FINA Short Course World Championships in Moscow, Khokhlov enjoyed the race of his life in front of a Russian crowd as he shared bronze medals with Kapralov,
, and Popov in the 4 × 100 m freestyle relay with a time of 3:11.24.
Sergey Ashihmin (; is a Russian-born Kyrgyz former swimmer, who specialized in sprint freestyle events. He is a two-time Olympian (1996 and 2000), and a former Kyrgyzstan record holder in the 50 and 100 m freestyle. While playing for the Russian senior team, Ashihmin also earned a silver medal, along with Denis
, Dmitry Chernyshov, and double Olympic champion Alexander Popov, in the 4×100 m freestyle relay at the 1999 European Aquatics Championships in Istanbul, Turkey.
After breaking a split world record in the 4×100 m freestyle relay on the opening night, Australia's overwhelming favorite Michael Klim missed out the podium in a close race against Hall by a hundredth of a second, finishing with a time of 48.74. Klim was followed in fifth by Hall's teammate Neil Walker (49.09), and in sixth by Sweden's three-time Olympian Lars Frölander (49.22). Russia's Denis
(49.36) and another Aussie Chris Fydler (49.44) rounded out the finale.
Khokhlov competed only in the men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. On the first night of the Games, the Russians were disqualified from the championship final because of an early relay launch from Andrey Kapralov on the lead-off leg. Teaming with Kapralov, Denis
, and sport legend Alexander Popov on the morning prelims, Khokhlov swam a second leg and recorded a split of 51.02 to post a sixth-seeded time of 3:19.70 for the Russian squad.
Folker made his own swimming history at the 1999 Summer Universiade in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, where he earned a bronze medal in the 100 m freestyle at 50.77, finishing behind Russia's Denis
and Italy's Mauro Gallo. When his nation South Africa hosted the All-Africa Games in Johannesburg on that year, Folker added two more medals to his career hardware in front of a massive home crowd: a silver in the 50 m freestyle (22.83) and another bronze in the 100 m freestyle (50.61).
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