Tamara I. Manin( sportswoman)
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Biography Tamara I. Manin
(September 16, 1934 - ...)
The girls in the group's name was Tamara "Money-bird". Painfully beautiful and light were her jumping over a horse. "Do not jump, and fly," - talked about Tamara.
Tamara Ivanovna was born Sept. 16, 1934 in Petrozavodsk. Father - Ivan Ivanovich Manin (1909-1996). Mother - Manin (Sorokin) Anna Feodorovna (1913-1992). Spouse - Lutkov Valery Fedorovich (1940g.rozhd.), Sports doctor, PhD, associate professor, nearly 20 years working with teams from the country's Volleyball. Son - Lutkov Valeriy, candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, master of sport of tennis, International Judge.
Mannino whole family - grandfathers and grandmothers, father and mother were born and lived in St. Petersburg, then Leningrad. Tamara herself was born in Petrozavodsk, where the long trip was her father. During the war, in November 1941, from the siege of Leningrad she was evacuated to Tashkent. Back in his native city she happened only in 1944. In the same year she first began to engage in gymnastics at the Palace of Young Pioneers on the Fontanka.
The girls in the group's name was Tamara "Money-bird". Painfully beautiful and light were her jumping over a horse. "Do not jump, and fly," - talked about Tamara. Life in the postwar years was full of difficulties. Sometimes the family had to starve. My mother, who worked as a telephone operator, one has two daughters. Tamara continued to do gymnastics. However, these studies were for it not only interesting and exciting, . but also brought tangible tangible pluses in the form of free summer sports camps, . enhanced nutrition (fruits, . chocolate) before the competition and other benefits, . posited athletes,
. To Tamara nevertheless an excellent education in school was more important than victories on the children's and youth competitions.
. In the 10-m class Manin was the master of sports, . absolute champion of the USSR among girls, . in 1953, after graduating from high school was included as a candidate for the composition of the USSR team in gymnastics and, . as then adopted, . framed for the post of instructor in the sports society "savages".,
. Began her speech in the USSR team in official competitions
. In the period from 1953 to 1964, speaking at the championships of the Soviet Union, World and European championships and the Olympics, Tamara Manina won a large number of different medals. However, the most successful for her performances began at the World Championships. Thus, at the world championships in Rome (1954), Moscow (1958) and Prague (1962), gymnast won a total of 10 medals - 6 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze. More Mannino won only a great Larissa Latynina.
Combined team of the Soviet Union in gymnastics sample of 50 - 60-ies - a six. The names speak for themselves: Larissa Latynina, Polina Astakhov, Tamara Manina, Sofia Muratova, Lidia Ivanova, Tamara Lyuhina (Zamotaylova). All - outstanding personalities of the world gymnastics performances are admired all over the world. It was a team of Olympic champions from the generation that has survived war, the postwar chaos, with an open heart devote their energies and talents to the glory of national sport.
. Olympic Games in Melbourne (1956) were the first for the young star team
. Soviet gymnast won confidently and clearly in command, as well as in individual competitions. But the most vivid recollection of Tamara Mannino - a total team victory for the Soviet Olympic delegation: in 19 sports athletes of the USSR won 37 gold, 29 silver and 32 bronze medals, far ahead of the U.S. team. There is in this victory and the contribution of Tamara Mannino. She won 1 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medal.
Repatriation has become a real triumph and universal jubilation. Soviet Olympians hailed as the true heroes. "Each polustanochke on the way from Vladivostok to Moscow, we were greeted with flowers - recalls Tamara Ivanovna - staged rallies, sometimes even on the hands were. I still do not understand where people have had such activity. Because there was no television, only radio. "
. The next Olympic Games in Rome (1960) Manin did not go because of injury, but at the Olympics in Tokyo (1964) a thirty-athlete once won a gold medal for winning the team championship and a silver for the statements made on the log.
. Over the years of sporting career Tamara Manina twice won in the Olympic Games (1956, . 1964), . three times - at the world championships (1954, . 1958, . 1962), . was an absolute champion of the USSR and won 1 st Games of the peoples of the USSR (1956), . two-time winner of the Cup of the USSR (1957, . 1959), . repeated champion of the USSR in certain types of gymnastic all-around (1953-1963).,
. Unfortunately, ending his sporting career, during a demonstration performances in Vienna, Manin's got a serious knee injury and after the operation has not been able to train
. A new life - almost first
Tamara Manina graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Precision Mechanics and Optics (1958-1965), mastering the profession of mechanical engineer. From 1966 to 1969 she studied at the graduate school of the State Institute of Physical Culture named PFLesgaft, defended her thesis. From 1969 to 1973 taught at the Institute of Physical Education at the Department of gymnastics. From 1973 to 1975 he was a senior lecturer at the Department of Physical Education Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute named after VI Ulyanov (Lenin). In 1975 he worked as a trainer in France with the national team gymnasts. In the same year became head of the Department of Physical Education of St. Petersburg State Artistic and Industrial Academy (formerly Mukhina's College), has the academic title of professor, since 1980, is a member of the Scientific Council of the university.
. Among its more than forty scientific, scientific-methodical and popular works should be given the book entitled "Technology Education gymnasts vault" (1986) and the book "The many faces of gymnastics" (1989).
. She - Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1957), International Judge (1971), was awarded the Order of Honor (1957) and a medal for outstanding athletic achievement "(1966).
. T. I. Manin - a member of the Presidium of the Olympic Academy of St. Petersburg and North-West (1988), a member of the Scientific and Methodological Council of Universities of Saint-Petersburg (1975), a member of the Presidium of the Club Olympic champions St. Petersburg (1997).
. The most important thing for her - it's family: parenting, communication with her husband, relatives, friends
. She likes to put things in order in an apartment in the house and in the country, read newspapers, sweating in the sauna, to travel, especially to rest on the sea, because it gives the possibility of a happy, floating for a long time and much to dream and to think. With pleasure drives a car.
Frequently visited art exhibitions. Likes to listen to music in the Philharmonic. Listens to the opinion of friends: if you say what you can expect a certain play or movie, it sure looks. In reading - people omnivorous, reads everything, especially the Russian classics and memoirs, and 90's - the thick journals. Favorite sports - gymnastics and tennis. In playing tennis twice a week, participates in several tournaments. Passionate fan. Believes that any deal must be initiated to bring to the end.
Lives and works in St. Petersburg