Synonyms for yerokhin or Related words with yerokhin

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Examples of "yerokhin"
Yerokhin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ivan Gennadyevich Yerokhin (; born 31 January 1995) is a Russian football player who plays for FC Znamya Truda Orekhovo-Zuyevo.
Valentin Ivanovich Yerokhin (; born July 24, 1945) is a Russian professional football coach and a former player.
Aleksandr Viktorovich Yerokhin (; born 25 February 1994) is a Russian football player.
Viktor Fyodorovich Yerokhin (; January 15, 1940 – May 10, 2014) was a Russian professional football coach and a former player.
Aleksandr Yuryevich Yerokhin (; born June 30, 1985) is a Russian professional footballer. He last played for FC Metallurg-Yenisey Krasnoyarsk.
In 1956 Yerokhin played couple of games for Ukraine at the Spartakiad of the Peoples of the USSR.
Aleksandr Yuryevich Yerokhin (, born 13 October 1989 in Barnaul, Siberia, Russian SFSR) is a Russian professional footballer who plays for FC Rostov as a midfielder.
Yerokhin competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing but tested positive for prohibited substances and was subsequently disqualified for two years.
Yerokhin began his club football career with FC Dynamo Kyiv where he would spend nine seasons in the Soviet Top League and win the 1961 championship, before finishing his career with FC Avanhard Ternopil in the Soviet Second League.
Vladimir Nikitovich Yerokhin (Russian: Владимир Никитович Ерохин, Ukrainian: Володимир Микитович Єрохін, Moscow, 10 April 1930 – Kiev, 6 October 1996) was an association footballer from the former Soviet Union who played for FC Dynamo Kyiv. He was part of the USSR's squad for the 1958 FIFA World Cup, but did not win any caps.
In August 2013 the Russian Athletics Federation announced that Yerokhin had received a further ban after abnormal haematological profile indicators were found on his biological passport. He received a life ban and was stripped of all his results since 25 February 2011. This included his 5th-place finish at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and his 2nd place at the European Race Walking Cup.
Igor Nikolayevich Yerokhin or Erokhin (, September 4, 1985 in Saransk) is a Russian former race walker. He was a participant of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and finished in 5th place in the 50 kilometres walk. In 2011, he placed second at the European Race Walking Cup.
In 2010 fourth place Erik Tysse was removed. Four athletes were disqualified for doping at the 2012 edition: silver medallist Igor Yerokhin was the most prominent, followed by fifth place Sergey Morozov, then Turkish walkers Recep Çelik and Handan Koçyiğit Cavdar. Yuriy Andronov became the fifth Russian to be caught doping at the event in 2014.
He is the 2011 World Champion in the 50 kilometres race walk. He finished in 6th place in the same race in the 2012 Olympics. He was advanced to 5th place when teammate Igor Yerokhin was disqualified and banned for life following a second finding of irregularities in his biological passport, an indicator of performance-enhancing drugs.
In 1933 icebreaker "Rusanov", commaded by Captain Yerokhin brought a party led by S. P. Zhuravlev to Maria Pronchishcheva Bay and unloaded men, women and materials there. The plan was to establish a permanent base camp in the shores of this gulf in order to exploit the resources of this area of the Soviet Arctic. The men were experienced in trapping and the idea was that they should get their own food.
An influx of Russian emigrees fleeing the Soviet regime occurred during the American colonial regime. In 1935, a Russian parish was established in Manila, and the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia appointed Father Mikhail Yerokhin as vicar. The Episcopal Church then permitted Fr. Mikhail to use the north transept of their cathedral for worship. In 1937, the first Orthodox church was built and was named after the Iberian Icon of the Mother of God. This also became the first Orthodox altar in the Philippines. Later, both the Episcopal Cathedral and the Russian Orthodox church in Manila were destroyed by American bombing during the Second World War.
Quentin Rew (born 16 July 1984) is a race walker from New Zealand. At the 2011 World Athletics Championships Rew finished 24th in the 50 kilometres race walk. He represented New Zealand in the 50 km race walk at the 2012 Summer Olympics, originally finishing 30th. With the subsequent ban for a doping offence of Igor Yerokhin (who finished fifth) Rew's placing would be raised to 29th. At the 2015 World Championships in Athletics Rew finished 10th in the 50 kilometres walk in 3:48:48.
At the halfway mark in 1:49:21 Nathan Deakes briefly took the lead, but was then overtaken by Bakulin with Deakes and Erick Barrondo on his shoulder. The leaders were reduced again at the 2 hour mark when Jaime Quiyuch was red paddled. Around 28K Bakulin created a gap, with Barrondo the only chaser, but at that point he already collected 2 red cards. The two leaders hit 30K in 2:10:49, over the next 2K lap, Deakes moved up to the lead group. Another lap, Diniz and Igor Yerokhin joined the group. Barrondo fell off the back of the lead group as Si had joined the pack.
During the American colonial regime, some Russian émigrées fleeing the Soviet Union arrived in the Philippines. In 1935, the Russian Orthodox Church established the first Orthodox parish in Manila, and the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia appointed Father Mikhail Yerokhin as vicar. The Episcopal Church then permitted Fr. Mikhail to use the north transept of their Cathedral of Saint Mary and Saint John for worship. In 1937, the Russian Orthodox Church built the first Orthodox church in the Philippines, dedicated and named after the Iberian Icon of the Mother of God. Both the Episcopal Cathedral and the Russian Orthodox church in Manila were destroyed in 1945 by Allied bombardment during the city's liberation at the end of the Second World War.