Simashov Fedor Petrovich( Athlete)
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Biography Simashov Fedor Petrovich
Born March 10, 1945 in the village of Upper Bagrosh Zainsky region of Tatarstan. In school years fascinated skiing.
After leaving school he worked in Siberia, where in 1964 he was drafted into the army. He served in the Border outpost in the Far East and continued to ski racing.
In 1966, under the guidance of coach B. Buccini entered the cohort, the strongest country skiers. From 1966 to 1992, Messrs. member of society "Dynamo", which defended the honor to compete at various levels until 1978, already ceasing active intervention. From 1978 to 1989. worked as a senior coach of the Moscow Regional Council Dynamo from 1989 to 1992, Messrs.-head coach of the Central Council Dynamo. In 1992, retired to the reserve with the rank of lieutenant colonel. From 1992 to coach at the Aggregate Plant Kamaz (Zainsk)
F.Simashov-most titled skier, racer of the Republic of Tatarstan. He was twice champion, . two silver and two bronze medalist of world championships (1970 and 1974.), . Party X Winter Olympics in Grenoble (1968) and XI Winter Olympics in Sapporo (1972), . where he became a champion in the relay 4N10 km and a silver medal in the race at 15 km, . five-time champion of the World Winter Universiade, . twelvefold champion of the USSR (1968-1976 gg.) personal and Relay, . winner of many international competitions.,
. For achieving high sport results in 1970, he was awarded the honorary title of Honored Master of Sports "
. Awarded the Order of Honor and the Medal "For Labor Valor".
In 1997, Zainsk in the 27 th time were held traditional ski racing competitions for prizes F. Simashova.