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LONDON, July 30 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian swimmers Andrei Grechin, Nikita Lobintsev, Vladimir Morozov and Danila Izotov have won the bronze medals in the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay at the London Olympics-2012 on Sunday. The Russian swimmers showed the result of 3:11.41 minutes.
Grechin was born in Barnaul on October 21, 1987. He plays for CSKA and is trained by a famous coach Gennady Turetsky. He likes reading and computer games. He is fond of listening to the music. He is a student of the St. Petersburg University of Economics and Finances.
Lobintsev was born in Yekaterinburg on November 21, 1988. He is 194 centimetres high and has a weight of 81 kilograms. Nikita has a higher educational certificate of engineer. He plays for Russia’s CSKA, his coach is Valery Shevelev.
Vladimir Morozov was born in Novosibirsk on June 16, 1992 and now performs for Volga Volgograd. He graduated from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He is 180 centimetres high and has a weight of 73 kilograms.
Danila Izotov was born in Yekaterinburg on October 2, 1991. The 20-year-old swimmer likes cars and listening to the music. He is trained by Yuri Raikhman and his father Sergei Izotov. He plays for Russia’s Dynamo. He will perform in two individual events and three relays in London.