Vyacheslav Nikolayevich Ivanov


Vyacheslav Nikolayevich Ivanov

Viatcheslav Nikolaïevitch Ivanov

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Viatcheslav Nikolaïevitch Ivanov (en russe : Вячеслав Николаевич Иванов), né le 30 juillet 1938 à Moscou, est un ancien sportif soviétique, pratiquant l'aviron dans la discipline du skiff.

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Il a été le premier rameur à obtenir trois titres olympiques consécutifs dans la catégorie reine de l'aviron, le skiff.[1]. Cet exploit sera ensuite de nouveau réalisé par le finlandais Pertti Karppinen.

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Jeux olympiques d'été

Championnats du monde d'aviron

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