Levan Sanadze

Levan Sanadze (géorgien : ლევან სანაძე, russe : Леван Санадзе) (né le 16 août 1928, mort le 24 août 1998) est un athlète géorgien qui concourait pour l'Union soviétique.

Il remporte la médaille d'argent aux Jeux olympiques d'Helsinki sur 4 x 100 m, avec ses coéquipiers Boris Tokaryev, Levan Kalyayev et Vladimir Sukharyev.


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