Presentation on theme: "Fyodor Terentiev – the Olympic Champion from Padany 1925 - 1963."— Presentation transcript:
Fyodor Terentiev – the Olympic Champion from Padany
Fyodor Terentiev was born on the 4 th of October in 1925 in the village Padany ( Pogost ), Segozersky Region, Republic of Karelia.
Fyodor was the seventh child among nine children in the Terentiev family. The parents of the first Olympic Champion in Russia Mihail Mihailovich and Evdokiya Fyodorovna were collective farmers. The Terentievs are the inhabitants of Segozerie.
The Family Tree of the Terentievs Trifan 1705 Yakov Zinovia Akim – Akulina Yelena Akulina Yelena Osip Yakov Fevronia Dmitry Yefimiya Tatiana Stepan Elena Maxim Mihail Nikita Pelageya Semen Mihail Tatiana Ivan Yevdokiya Pyotr Paraskoviya Marfa Yevdokiya Paraskoviya Ivan Pelageya Mihail Yevdokia Uliyna Vasily Коnstantin Pyotr Маriya Аnnа Nikolay Fyodor Paraskoviya Fenya
Fyodor was a strong and healthy boy. He began going in for sports at school. In 1941 Padany was occupied by the Finish troops and the Terentievs were at the occupied territory up to During that time Fyodor became a farrier.
In 1944 Fyodor Terentiev joined the army and was sent to the north to Kandalaksha. There he won the first victory taking part in the competitions in skiing. For the first time he was a great success taking part in the Vth Folk skiing holiday in Petrozavodsk in 1946 where he won all the races in 20, 30 and 50 kilometers. In 1946 he became the all – round champion taking part the North holiday in Murmansk. In 1947 and 1948 he became the all – round champion again taking part in the 6th and 7th Folk skiing holiday in Karelia.
Fyodor didn't only go in for skiing but he went cycling and running too. In 1946 Fyodor Terentiev was taken to the Central Sport Club of the Army to Moscow as a promising sportsman.
In 1954 Fyodor Terentiev in the USSR championship won victories in the 18, 30,50 – kilometers races personally.
In 1954 in the World Championship in skiing the Soviet skiers won the victory in relay 4 * 10 km, among the teams of Finland, Poland, the USSR and Czechoslovakia. On the foto ( from left up to right ): F. Terentiev, P. Kolcin, V. Olyashev, V. Kuzin.
On the foto ( from left up to right ): V. Kuzin, N. Anikin, P. Kolcin, F. Terentiev. On the foto ( from left up to right ): V. Kuzin, N. Anikin, P. Kolcin, F. Terentiev. For the first time in history the Soviet skiers became the Olympic champions in relay 4 * 10 km.
In 1956 the Soviet skiers took part in the Winter Olympic Games in Italy for the first time. It was an important event in the life of F. Terentiev because he achieved a world – wide fame in Kortina - d Ampetso.
The Top Sportsmen
After the victory F. Terentiev went on taking part in the USSR championships successfully. He was going to participate in the Winter Olympic Games in 1960 and he won the right for it. But he was not taken to the team because of his age.
But Fyodor did his best and in 1962 in the USSR championship he became the champion in the 50 – kilometres race. F. Terentiev went on preparing for the Winter Olympic Games of 1964 too but his life stopped tragically on the 20-th of January in 1963 in Kavgolovo near Leningrad.
Fyodor Terentiev was buried in the cemetery of his native village Padany. The tomb of Terentiev.
The pupils of the Padany secondary school remember the famous sportsman and try to achieve his results in sport.
The author: Tarasov V. A., the teacher of history. Translated by Tarasova N. I., teacher of English