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Bodybuilders from Estonia - "Day of Health" in Ahtme Sport Hall
Estonia

Bodybuilding in Estonia

  • Viktor Tkachenko - 2 time Vice Champion of the Europe, prize-winner of the World Championship, prize-winner of the Cup of the World, repeated Champion of Estonia
  • Aleksander Shevtsov - prize-winner of the World Championship, repeated Champion of Estonia
  • Oleg Fjodorov - prize-winner of the World Championship, prize-winner of the Cup of the Estonia, Champion of Estonia
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Taken: 25/09/2005
Uploaded: 30/01/2009
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