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Roman Sergeevich Trofimov He started his elite career in Bischofshofen 2007 by competing in a Fis Cup-competition. Shortly thereafter he advanced to the Continental Cup. His best finish in the Continental Cup is a 2nd place from Liberec 2008.
Victor Sergeevich Fadin Victor S. Fadin was born in Poperechnoe village in Novosibirsk oblast on 28 November 1942. He graduated from NSU in 1965 and joined V. N. Baier's group in BINP Theory division. In 1983 he received his doctor of Science degree from BINP and in 1993 he became professor of theoretical physics. From 2001 to 2012 he worked as head of BINP Theory division. He is a principal researcher of BINP Theory division now.
Yuri Sergeevich Lavrov Yuri Sergeevich Lavrov (; March 14, 1905 – August 20, 1980) was a well-known Soviet Russian film and theatre actor designated People's Artist of the USSR.
Yuri Sergeevich Lavrov In 1944 Yuri Lavrov returned to Kiev. He eventually became one of the leading actors of the Kiev Theatre of Russian Drama named after Lesya Ukrainka. In 1950 Yuri Lavrov was joined by his son, Kirill Lavrov, who was discharged from the Red Army and became an actor. Father and son Lavrovs were involved in several stage productions together. The artistic director of Kiev Russian Drama, Konstantin Khokhlov was a good friend of both father and son Lavrovs. In 1955, Yuri lavrov became a grandfather, as his grandson was born in Kiev. That same year, upon Khokhlov's invitation, his son, Kirill Lavrov left Kiev and returned to Leningrad to join the troupe of Bolshoi Drama Theatre (BDT). However, every year Yuri Lavrov and his wife were visited by their son, Kirill Lavrov, in Kiev.
Roman Sergeevich Trofimov Roman Sergeevich Trofimov, born November 19, 1989, is a Russian ski jumper competing for Moskva WVSM. His first World Cup competition took place in Willingen, Germany in 2010 although he had previously competed in qualifying rounds, without qualifying. He was 48th in the competition.
Roman Sergeevich Trofimov Trofimov had been continuously referred to as "Roman Sergeevich Trofimov" in the past until that mistake was apparently taken into account by FIS officials. "Sergeevich" is a Russian variety of a patronym - an indication of his father's first name (Sergey), somewhat similar to Icelandic patronyms, erroneously regarded by many as last names. Patronyms are mostly kept for strictly official use or for addressing an elderly person as a mark of respect. They are never used for referring to a person as young as Trofimov, be it in everyday speech or TV sports commentary. Therefore constant mention of Trofimov's patronym by foreign sports commentators or officials compiling starting lists used to provide comic effect with Russian TV audiences, as well as serve as a source of inside jokes in the Russian skijumping squad. The misunderstanding stemmed from the fact that a fairly unknown Soviet skijumper also named Roman Trofimov existed who used to compete a few decades ago. Roman Trofimov was hence registered in the FIS database with an extra "indicator", in this case his patronym, so as to avoid confusion with the long retired Soviet athlete.
Vasily Sergeevich Nemchinov Vasily Sergeevich Nemchinov ( (January 2, 1894 - November 5, 1964) was a Soviet economist and mathematician. Nemchinov is credited with introducing mathematical methods into Soviet economics, thus creating a scientific basis for central planning.
Victor Sergeevich Fadin Victor Sergeevich Fadin (Russian: Виктор Сергеевич Фадин; born 28 November 1942, Poperechnoe village, Novosibirsk oblast) is a Russian physicist, well known for his contributions to theoretical physics and particle physics. He is a principal researcher at Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP) and professor of theoretical physics at Novosibirsk State University (NSU).
Victor Sergeevich Fadin He was one of the first to theoretically study a number of QED processes observed at the pioneering colliders VEP-1 and VEPP-2 in Novosibirsk. He worked out the structure function method for calculation of QED radiative corrections to cross sections of electron-positron annihilation and electron-nucleus
Mikhail Sergeevich Machavariani Machavariani Mikhail Sergeevich, (Russian: Мачавариани Михаил Сергеевич) Russian Imperial Army Airforce pilot, colonel