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Leonid Taranenko

1956 - Today

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Leonid Arkadevich Taranenko (Russian: Леонид Аркадьевич Тараненко, born June 13, 1956) is a former Soviet/Belarusian weightlifter and coach. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Leonid Taranenko has received more than 187,181 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Leonid Taranenko is the 677th most popular athlete, the 131st most popular biography from Belarus and the 4th most popular Belarusian Athlete.

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Leonid Taranenko ranks 677 out of 3,055Before him are Cecil Griffiths, Igor Novikov, Yoshinobu Miyake, Frankie Fredericks, Jackson Scholz, and Conrad Magnusson. After him are Frank Ullrich, Erik Adlerz, Lars Jørgen Madsen, Carl Bertilsson, Vanderlei de Lima, and Ion Drîmbă.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1956, Leonid Taranenko ranks 325Before him are John Debney, Yiannis Kouros, Steven Saylor, Rina Mor, Volen Siderov, and Ravi Shankar. After him are Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Carlos Roberto Gallo, Didier Lockwood, Tengiz Sulakvelidze, Lutz Eigendorf, and Antonio Alzamendi.

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In Belarus

Among people born in Belarus, Leonid Taranenko ranks 131 out of 274Before him are Syarhey Rumas (1969), Lidia Wysocka (1916), Natasha Zvereva (1971), Vasily Rudenkov (1931), Sergei Loznitsa (1964), and Ivan Edeshko (1945). After him are Gennady Novitsky (1949), Vladimir Samsonov (1976), Andrei Sannikov (1954), Nikolai Gorbachev (1948), Victoria Azarenka (1989), and Aleksandr Dedyushko (1962).

Among ATHLETES In Belarus

Among athletes born in Belarus, Leonid Taranenko ranks 4Before him are Romuald Klim (1933), Tamara Tyshkevich (1931), and Vasily Rudenkov (1931). After him are Nikolai Gorbachev (1948), Darya Domracheva (1986), Ivan Tsikhan (1976), Iryna Yatchenko (1965), Igor Astapkovich (1963), Andrei Mikhnevich (1976), Nadzeya Ostapchuk (1980), and Yaroslav Rybakov (1980).