Alzhan Zharmukhamedov

Aljan Jarmoukhamedov

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Nationalité URSS Union soviétique
Naissance 2 octobre 1944 à Tavaksaï, RSS d'Ouzbékistan URSS
Taille mètres
Situation en club
Carrière professionnelle*
Saison Club Moy. pts
CSKA Moscou
Basketball Hall of Fame [[{{{HOFannée}}} en sport|{{{HOFannée}}}]]

* Points marqués dans chaque club comptant pour le championnat
national et les compétitions nationales et continentales.

Aljan Moussourbekovitch Jarmoukhamedov, (russe : Алжан Мусурбекович Жармухамедов), né le 2 octobre 1944 à Tavaksaï, est un ancien basketteur soviétique.

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jeux olympiques d'été

Championnat d'Europe

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