| Anatoly Bykov|| Olympic athlete|
| Wrestling at the 1976 Summer Olympics - Men's Greco-Roman Welterweight|
Vitezslav Macha, Ferenc Kocsis, Mikko Huhtala, Karl-Heinz Helbing
Anatoly Bykov (wrestler) Wikipedia
Anatoly Mikhailovich Bykov (Russian: Анатолий Михайлович Быков, born 6 August 1953) is a retired Soviet welterweight Greco-Roman wrestler. He won a world title in 1975 and an Olympic gold medal in 1976, and placed second at the 1978 European Championships and 1980 Olympics, both times behind Ferenc Kocsis.
Bykov lived for many years in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where in 1975 he married and graduated from the institute of physical education. He holds a Kazakhstani passport, but lives in Canada, where he works in building construction.