Shamil Tarpishchev Anvyarovich( Tennis player, coach, leader of the Soviet and Russia's Sports)
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Shamil Tarpishchev Anvyarovich (born 7/3/1948)
. tennis player, coach, leader of Soviet Russia and sports;
. Master of Sports of the USSR (1966), Honored coach of Russia (1981) and the USSR (1985);
. Chairman of the Tennis Federation of the USSR (1991) and CIS (1992), honorary president of the WTA (1996).
. President of the National Sports Fund (NSF) (1992 - July, 1994),
. Adviser to the President of Russia on Physical Culture and Sports (1992-94),
. Chairman of the Coordinating Committee for Physical Culture and Sports under the President of Russia (1993-97), RF State Committee for Physical Culture and Tourism (1994-96),
. IOC member (since 1996), Academician of International Informatization Academy (since 1996),
. member of the editorial board of "Tennis +" (1994).
. Since 1997, Adviser to the Mayor of Moscow on Sport and Chairman of the Board of Directors Page.
. Member of the Board of Directors MLTKR (1997).
. ITF Medal for "achievements in tennis" (1987).
Winner of "Russian Cup" (in the nomination "For personal contribution to the development of tennis, 1994).
Tennis played with 8 years. He played for the DSO "Trud" (1962-70) and CSKA Moscow (1970-74).
. The best results in competitions: the winner of the Sochi International tournament in singles (1968), . Doubles (1967) and mixed (1968) discharges, . the strongest tennis tournament in Moscow (1968) and 10 of the strongest tennis players of the Soviet Union (1972-73) in singles, . Sigmund memorials in singles (1976) and doubles (1969-70) discharges, . international tournament in Tsinnovitsah (GDR) and the World Cup among tennis players in singles and the railway in doubles (1970), . Summer International Tournament in a couple (1972).,
. Thrice among the ten strongest tennis players of the Soviet Union (1970-73), the best place - 4-e (1972).
. From 1974 - Coach: Head Coach SCI DSO Dynamo head coach of the USSR team (1974-91); captain teams of the USSR (1974-91), CIS (1992) and Russia (since 1997) in Davis Cup (41 match) and the USSR team in the Federation Cup (1978-80, 11 matches)
. Under the leadership of Tarpishchev Soviet tennis players have won 26 gold medals at the European championships (1974-83), became semifinalists Davis Cup (1974, 1976) and the Federation Cup (1978-79), King's Cup finalists (1981). Captain of team Europe in the match Asia - Europe (1983). Since 1985, trainer-consultant L. Savchenko-Neiland.
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