Who’s Aleksandr Bolshunov?
Russian SportsAlexander Aleksandrovich Bolshunov is a skier who competes in skiing. He had been born in 1996 in Russia at Sevsky district. His height is six feet tall that gives him a long stride and long legs, equally essential for contest. He cried at Lahti, Finland in Addition to the 2018 Winter Olympic games at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championship 2017. He also won a silver medal in the Winter Games at Pyeongchang at the 50 classic and he won a bronze medal at the matches in skiing . He won three silver medals and a bronze medal at the Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang in skiing however he’s also a student. He coached at the Tyumen Regional Centre of Sports Preparation at Russia at the Club Dynamo under Coach Yury Borodavko. He left his World Cup Debut at Drammen, Norway at 2017. From the events in the 2018 Pyeongchang matches, Bolshunov of OAR was spotted following fighting to maintain pace with Finland’s Iivo Niskanen from the men mass begin classic crossover ski race at Pyeongchang, reacting to silver. He handed him afterwards but Niskanen using a dig. Hailing in Bryansk’s ity, in the border with Ukraine and Belarus, his dad coached Bolshunov. The scene is possibly the Russia skiing venue built to rival the likes of Holmenkollen Falun and Trentino. His trophy was his fourth medal of these games – with won two silvers in relay and the team sprint bronze in the dash — while rival Andrey Larkov raced to finish third. Aleksandr is universal — he is also a Russia’s winner in 50k while he is Klaebo challenger at sprints.