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Anatoly Bykov (wrestler)

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Name  Anatoly Bykov

Role  Olympic athlete
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Olympic medals  Wrestling at the 1976 Summer Olympics - Men's Greco-Roman Welterweight
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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.

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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.

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Anatoly Bykov (wrestler) Wikipedia


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