Russian League

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Boris Gelfand - Chess Career - Team Results
... YEAR COUNTRY CITY EVENT TEAM RESULT 2007 Sochi Russian League Elara III 2005 St.Vincent XXI Euro Club Cup Polonia GSM Plus II 2005 Mérida Spanish League Gros Xake Taldea III 2005 ...
PBC CSKA Moscow - History
1961, 1963, 1969 and 1971 won the Soviet Championship 24 times and won the Russian League title every year from 1992 through 2000 and 2003 through 2009 ... Though CSKA eventually lost in the semifinals on their home court to Spanish League club Tau Cerámica and to Panathinaikos of the Greek League in ... That sent them to the 2nd grade teams in the Euroleague draw, although they finished the league with the best record ...
Football In Russia
... Furthermore, many teams of the erstwhile Soviet Top League, which was once considered to be one of the strongest and was able to compete with those of England and Italy, were now in divided between the national ... and the European Championship, and in the Premier league, where clubs from different cities look to become champions of Russia ... are also competitions considered less important, such as the Russian Cup ...
MBC Dynamo Moscow - History - Modern Era
... It was not until 2001 when Dynamo reappeared in the Russian basketball scene ... Dynamo entered the Russian League second division in the 2001-02 season and won the title that very same year, returning to the elite of Russian basketball ... Dynamo finished sixth in the 2002-03 Russian League with players like Nikita Morgunov, Martin Müürsepp, Bazarevich, Aleksander Milosserdov or Dmitri Domani, who ...

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