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Examples of "smyrnov"
The Men's 200 metre individual medley SM11 swimming event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 22 September. It was won by Viktor Smyrnov, representing .
The Men's 100 metre backstroke S11 swimming event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 25 September. It was won by Viktor Smyrnov, representing .
The Men's 100 metre butterfly S11 swimming event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 21 September. It was won by Viktor Smyrnov, representing .
The Men's 100 metre freestyle S11 swimming event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 24 September. It was won by Viktor Smyrnov, representing .
Viktor Smyrnov (born 2 August 1986 in Donetsk, Ukrainian SSR) is a paralympic swimmer from Ukraine competing mainly in category S11 events.
The Men's 400 metre freestyle S11 swimming event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 19 September. It was won by Viktor Smyrnov, representing .
The youngest recipient is a Ukrainian paralimpian athlete Viktor Smyrnov who was 18 years and 78 days old. The oldest recipient – Maksym Hulyi received the award on his 100-year birthday.
Smirnov (masculine) or Smirnova (feminine) is the most common surname in Russia. Variants of transliteration: Smirnoff, Smirnow or Smyrnov. Smirnov (Смирно́в) is derived from an adjectival nickname "smirnyy" (смирный, in archaic form "smirnoy" смирной), that means "quiet, still, peaceful, gentle". This surname is shared by the following people:
Among Ukraine's most successful athletes is Viktor Smyrnov, who won five gold medals (as well as a silver and a bronze) in swimming (disability category 11) at the 2004 Summer Games. Ukraine also won the men's football 7-a-side competition at the 2004 Games, and successfully defended their title in 2008. Ukrainians have, in addition, won gold medals in track and field, cross-country skiing and biathlon, as well as one in powerlifting in 2004 (Lidiya Solovyova in the women's up to 40kg) and one in wheelchair fencing that same year (Andriy Komar in the men's épée individual, category B).