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Club  CSKA
Weight  70 kg
Height  1.69 m

Role  Olympic athlete
Name  Dmitry Bilozerchev
Country represented  Soviet Union
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Full name  Dmitry Vladimirovich Bilozerchev
Born  22 December 1966 (age 48) Moscow, Russia (1966-12-22)
Discipline  Men's artistic gymnastics
Spouse  Olga Dubrovskaya Bilozerchev
Olympic medals  Gymnastics at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's pommel horse
Similar People  Vladimir Artemov, Valeri Liukin, Yuri Korolev, Vitaly Scherbo, Nikolai Andrianov

Dmitry Vladimirovich Bilozerchev (Russian: Дмитрий Владимирович Билозерчев, born 22 December 1966 in Moscow) is a Soviet/Russian gymnast. One of the most accomplished gymnasts in history, he is a two-time World All-Around Champion and three-time Olympic Champion. He trained at the Armed Forces sports society in Moscow.

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Known for his exemplary form, style, and technique, in 1983 Bilozerchev became the youngest men's World All-Around Champion in history. He then went on to win 5 gold medals at the 1984 Friendship Games, which served as the alternate Olympic Games for the communist nations that boycotted the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. The following year, he shattered his leg in 41 places in a car accident. The injury was so devastating that doctors were going to amputate the limb were it not for his status as World Champion. In a remarkable comeback, Bilozerchev went on to reclaim his title as World All-Around Champion in 1987 even though his leg was never the same. At the 1988 Seoul Olympics, he won gold medals in the pommel horse, still rings, and in the team competition. He took bronze in the All-Around competition after a mistake on the horizontal bar.

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In 1993 he moved to the United States. Together with his wife he owns "The United Sports Academy" in Beaverton, Oregon, where he coaches gymnastics. His son Aleksey and daughter Alice are also artistic gymnasts. In 2003 he was inducted to the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.

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