Historic Overview Stanislav Moskvin

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Overall Rank22006
NameStanislav MOSKVIN
Country
  Soviet Union
Date of birth19-Jan-1939 - Leningrad (Russian SSR)
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Biography

Stanislav Moskvin

Stanislav Vasilyevich Moskvin (Russian: Станислав Васильевич Москвин; born 19 January 1939) is a retired Russian cyclist and cycling coach. He competed at the 1960, 1964 and 1968 Olympics in the 4000 m individual and team pursuit. In 1960 he won a bronze medal in the team competition; in 1964 he finished in fifth place, both individually and with a team, and in 1968 his team finished fourth.

Between 1962 and 1970 he won four world titles with the Soviet team and five silver and bronze medals in the individual and team pursuit. He also won 18 national titles (1958–1969), as well as the Peace Race in 1961 and 1962 in the team competition.

After retirement he coached the national teams of the Soviet Union (1971–1973), Algeria (1974–1980) and Colombia (1995–1999). Between 1980 and 1983 he headed the cycling federation of Saint Petersburg and between 1984 and 1988 the club Burevestnik, for which he competed before. For his achievements he was awarded the Medal "For Distinguished Labour" and Medal "For Labour Valour".

source - Wikipedia

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