Viktor Sidyak


Viktor Sidyak

Viktor Sidjak

infobox Viktor Sidjak Icône escrime
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Contexte général
Sport pratiqué escrime
Arme sabre
Biographie
Nationalité URSS soviétique
Naissance 21 novembre 1943
Lieu de naissance Anjero-Soudjensk (oblast de Kemerovo)
Palmarès
Jeux Olympiques 4 1 1
Championnats du Monde 5 1 3

Viktor Sidjak (né le 21 novembre 1943 à Anjero-Soudjensk) est un ancien escrimeur soviétique qui fut champion olympique.

Palmarès

  • Champion olympique individuel au sabre en 1972 (Munich), 3e en 1976 (Montréal)
  • Champion olympique par équipe en 1968(Mexico), 1976 et 1980(Moscou), 2e en 1972.
  • Champion du monde individuel en 1969(La Havane),2éme en 1973,3éme en 1971 et 1974.
  • Champion du monde par équipe en 1970,1971,1974 et 1975.
  • Vainqueur de la coupe du monde en 1972 et 1973.
  • Portail de l’escrime Portail de l’escrime
  • Portail de l’URSS Portail de l’URSS
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