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Year published: 2011
Chapters: Aida Shanayeva, Ak'ak'i Meipariani, Aleksandr Abushakhmetov, Aleksandr Beketov, Aleksandr Bykov, Aleksandr Lakatosh, Aleksandr Mordovin, Aleksandr Mozhayev, Aleksandr Ovsyankin, Aleksandr Pavlovsky, Aleksandr Poddubny, Aleksandr Shirshov, Aleksandr Shkylev, Aleksandr Soldatenkov, Aleksey Dyachenko, Aleksey Frosin, Aleksey Nikanchikov, Aleksey Yakimenko, Alexandra Zabelina, Alexey Cheremisinov, Anatoly Koteshev, Anatoly Timofeyev, Anatoly Zhakovlev, Andrey Alshan, Andrey Deyev, Andrey Kolganov, Andrey Shuvalov, Anna Ponomaryova, Anna Sivkova, Anvar Ibragimov, Apollon Guiber von Greifenfels, Appolinariya Plekhanova, Arnold Chernushevich, Artur Akhmatkhuzin, Ashot Karagyan, Boris Arsenyev, Boris Belyakov, Boris Koretsky, Boris Lukomsky, Boris Melnikov, Boris Nepokupnoy, Bruno Habārovs, David Tyshler, Dmitriy Shevchenko (fencer), Dmitry Knyazhevich, Eduard Vinokurov, Emma Yefimova, Feliks Leparsky, Gavriil Bertrain, Genrikh Bulgakov, Georgy Zakyrich, German Bokun, German Sveshnikov, Grigory Kiriyenko, Grigory Kriss, Guram Kostava, Heorhiy Pohosov, Ianna Rouzavina, Igor Tikhomirov, Igor Tsel, Igor Turchin, Igor Valetov, Ilgar Mamedov, Inna Deriglazova, Iosif Vitebskiy, Irina Ushakova, Iuri Osip'ovi, Ivan Komarov, Ivan Manayenko, Julia Khakimova, Jūlija Vansoviča, Juozas Ūdras, Kamilla Gafurzianova, Karina Aznavourian, Konstantin Vaterkampf, Larisa Korobeynikova, Larisa Tsagarayeva, Leonid Bogdanov, Leonid Grinev, Leonid Martuchev, Leonid Romanov (fencer), Lev Fyodorovich Kuznetsov, Lev Saychuk, Lyubov Shutova, Lyudmila Shishova, Maria Mazina, Marina Soboleva, Mark Midler, Mikhail Burtsev, Mykhailo Tyshko, Nadezhda Shitikova, Nailya Gilyazova, Nataliya Goncharova (fencer), Nelya Sevostiyanova, Nikolay Goredetsky, Nikolay Kovalev (fencer), Nikolay Kuznetsov (fencer), Nugzar Asatiani, Oksana Yermakova, Olga Knyazeva, Olga Ovtchinnikova, Olga Sharkova-Sidorova, Olga Velichko, Olga Voshchakina, Pavel Filatov, Pavel Guvorsky, Pavel Kolobkov, Pavel Sukhov, Pyotr Zakovorot, Renal Ganeyev, Revaz Tsirek'idze, Rouslan Nassiboulline, Sabirzhan Ruziyev, Sergei Golubitsky, Sergey Kochetkov, Sergey Koryashkin, Sergey Kostarev, Sergey Mindirgasov, Sergey Paramonov, Sergey Shabalin, Sergey Sharikov, Serhiy Kravchuk, Sofiya Velikaya, Stanislav Pozdnyakov, Svetlana Boiko, Tatiana Logounova, Tatyana Petrenko-Samusenko, Tatyana Sadovskaya, Umyar Mavlikhanov, Valentina Nikonova, Valentina Prudskova, Valentina Rastvorova, Valentina Sidorova, Valentin Chernikov, Valentin Vdovichenko, Valery Zakharevich, Vasyl Stankovych, Veniamin Reshetnikov, Victoria Alexeeva, Viktoria Nikishina, Viktor Bazhenov, Viktor Krovopuskov, Viktor Putyatin, Viktor Sidyak, Viktor Zhdanovich, Violetta Kolobova, Vladimer Aptsiauri, Vladimir Andreyev (fencer), Vladimir Danich, Vladimir Denisov (fencer), Vladimir de Sarnavsky, Vladimir Keyser, Vladimir Lapitsky, Vladimir Nazlymov, Vladimir Samoylov, Vladimir Smirnov (fencer), Vladimir Vyshpolsky, Vladislav Pavlovich, Vyacheslav Grigoryev, Vyacheslav Pozdnyakov, Wladimir Reznitschenko, Yana Egorian, Yekaterina Yusheva, Yelena Glikina, Yelena Grishina, Yelena Nechayeva, Yevgeniya Lamonova, Yevgeny Cherepovsky, Youri Moltchan, Yulen Uralov, Yulian Michaux, Yuliya Garayeva, Yury Deksbakh, Yury Ivanov, Yury Rudov, Yury Sharov, Yury Sisikin, Yury Smolyakov.
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Sergey Aleksandrovich Sharikov (born 18 June 1974, in Moscow, Russia), also known as Serguei/Sergei Charikov, is a left-handed Russian sabre fencer. In the Olympics he has won two gold medals, a silver, and a bronze. One of the best sabre fencers in the world, Sharikov began fencing at the age of 12. In 1994, he won an individual gold medal at the World Junior Championships. In 1995, he won a team silver medal at the World Championships, and an individual silver medal at the World Cup. He placed third in the individual sabre events at the 1998 and 2000 World Championships, and third in the team sabre event at the World Championships in 1999. His team won the gold in 2001–03. He won the European Championship in 2000, and came in second in 2002. His team won the gold medal in 2001–02 and 2004. In 1997 and 1999, he won bronze medals at the World University Games in sabre. In 2001, while ranked second in the world in sabre, he won the 21st World University Games sabre championship and was part of the Russian team that won the team gold (beating Hungary, 45–37). He competed in three Olympiads for Russia, winning 4 medals (through 2011, that was the most medals won by any fencer for Russia). At the 1996 Atlanta Games, ranked as world # 4, he competed in both the individual and team events. In the team sabre competition, Sharikov and the Russians defeated Hungary in the final (45–25) to win the gold medal. In the individual competition, Sharikov easily advanced to the final before losing 15–12 to teammate Stanislav Pozdnyakov; he was awarded the silver medal. Sharikov returned to the Olympics at the 2000 Sydney Games and helped lead the Russian team to its second consecutive gold medal in the team sabre event; they easily defeated France in the final, 45–32. In the individual sabre, Sharikov entered the Olympics as the # 3 seed (he was also ranked # 3 in the world), but was eliminated in the third round of the competition, 15–14. Sharikov was seeded fourth in the individua...
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