Presentation on theme: "Krasnoyarsk Olympic champions. We are proud of them."— Presentation transcript:
Krasnoyarsk Olympic champions
We are proud of them
Olga Pyleva, born July 7, 1975 in Krasnoyarsk) is a Russian biathlete. At the 2002 Winter Olympics she won an individual gold medal in the 10 km pursuit, as well as the bronze medal in the team relay. Pyleva also won twice at the Holmenkollen ski festival biathlon competition during the 2004/05 season in the sprint and pursuit events.
Ivan Yarygin The Siberian Hercules Ivan Yarygin Ivan Yarygin - is the twice champion of the Olympic Games in free style wrestling, the USSR record holder in 1970 and 1973, the first absolute champion of the USSR, the record holder of Europe 1972, 1975, 1976, five-time World Cup winner. From 1993 to 1997 he was the president of the Wrestling Federation of Russia the member of the Bureau of FILA. He is a bearer of the Orders of Lenin and the Red Labour Banner. Ivan Yarygin was born in 1948,he grew up in a large and friendly family in the village of Sizaya, Shushensky region of Krasnoyarsk territory. After school he went to Abakan to learn to become a driver. In his spare time he played football, then he came to the wrestling school to the coach V.I.Charckov (his first coach). In 1996 he began to train in Krasnoyarsk under D.G. Mindiashvily and quickly gained the height of mastership.
Pavel Aleksandrovitch Rostovtsev (born September 21, 1971 in Gus-Khrustalny, Vladimir Oblast. Is a former Russian biathlete. Rostovtsev lives in Krasnoyarsk. He is a three times world champion in biathlon. He has competed in the World cup since the 1995/96 season. In 2000 he became world champion with the russian relay team in the World Championships in Lahti. The following year he won both the sprint and the pursuit in the world championships in Pokljuka. In the 2001/02 season he came second in the overall world cup standings. After this he hasn't achieved any good results and in all he hasn't one a single world cup competition since the 2001/02 season. In the 2006 Olympics in Turin he was a part of the silver medal winning russian relay team