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Belousova, Lyudmila, 1935-


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    • Belousova, Ludmila
    • Belousova, Ludmila, 1935-
    • Belousova, Ludmila Yevgenyevna, 1935-
    • Белоусова, Людмила Евгеньевна, 1935-
    • Belousova, Li︠u︡dmila Evgenʹevna, 1935-
    • Belousova, Lyudmila Yevgenevna, 1935-
    • Belousova-Protopopova, Lyudmila Yevgenevna, 1935-
    • Protopopova, Lyudmila Yevgenevna Belousova-, 1935-
    • Белоусова-Протопопова, Людмила Евгеньевна, 1935-
    • Протопопова, Людмила Евгеньевна Белоусова-, 1935-
    • Belousova-Protopopova, Li︠u︡dmila Evgenʹevna, 1935-
    • Protopopova, Li︠u︡dmila Evgenʹevna Belousova-, 1935-
    • Belousova, L. (Lyudmila), 1935-
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    • Belousova, Ludmila
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    • found: *MGZR Protopopov, Oleg.
    • found: Wikipedia, December 4, 2014(Ludmila Belousova; Ludmila Yevgenyevna Belousova (Russian: Людмила Евгеньевна Белоусова = Li︠u︡dmila Evgenʹevna Belousova; born 22 November 1935); former Russian pair skater who represented the Soviet Union. With her partner and husband Oleg Protopopov she is a two-time Olympic champion (1964, 1968) and four-time World champion (1965-1968). In 1979 the pair defected to Switzerland and became Swiss citizens in 1995; born Ulyanovsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union; Belousova and Protopopov married in December 1957. Although she kept her maiden name after their marriage, the pair are commonly referred to as "The Protopopovs")
    • found: About.com Famous pair skaters, viewed December 4, 2014(Lyudmila Belousova and Oleg Protopopov won two Olympic gold medals in pair skating; Lyudmila Belousova was born on November 22, 1935 in Ulyanovsk; in late 1979, the Protopopovs defected from the Soviet Union and moved to Switzerland when the Soviet skating officials required the team to stop performing and begin coaching. Switzerland is where they live today. Lyudmila and Oleg Protopopov continue to skate and perform. They spend five months of each year in Lake Placid, New York) - http://figureskating.about.com/od/olympicchampions/p/protopopovs.htm
    • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, December 4, 2014(Oleg Protopopov and Lyudmila Belousova, also called the Protopopovs; Oleg Protopopov in full Oleg Alekseyevich Protopopov; Lyudmila Belousova in full Lyudmila Yevgeniyevna Belousova (respectively, born July 16, 1932, Leningrad [now St. Petersburg], Russia, U.S.S.R., born Nov. 22, 1935, Ulyanovsk [now Simbirsk], Russia, U.S.S.R.), Russian-born figure skaters who twice won gold medals in pairs at the Olympic Winter Games (1964, in Innsbruck, Austria, and 1968, in Grenoble, France); placed ninth at their first Olympics, in Squaw Valley, California, in 1960, but they won in both 1964 and 1968 and began a long period of Soviet dominance in the Olympic pairs event) - http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1404138/Oleg-Protopopov-and-Lyudmila-Belousova
    • found: Sports reference/Olympic sports website, December 4, 2014(Lyudmila Belousova. Full name: Lyudmila Yevgenevna Belousova (-Protopopova). Original name: Людмила Евгеньевна Белоусова (-Протопопова) = Li︠u︡dmila Evgenʹevna Belousova (-Protopopova). Gender: Female. Born: November 22, 1935 in Ulyanovsk, Ulyanovsk, Russia. Affiliations: Lokomotiv St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg (RUS). Country: URS Soviet Union. Sport: Figure Skating; husband-and-wife team of Lyudmila Belousova and Oleg Protopopov were the first Soviet/Russian pair skaters to achieve international acclaim; in 1979 they eventually defected to Switzerland and settled to live in Grindenwald [i.e. Grindelwald], obtaining Swiss citizenship in 1995) - http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/be/lyudmila-belousova-1.html
    • found: Olympic.org website, December 4, 2014(Lyudmila Belousova) - http://www.olympic.org/content/olympic-athletes/generic-athlete-page/?athleteid=71137
    • found: OCLC, December 9, 2014(#52275306: usage: L. Belousova)
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