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23-year-old Kazakhstani chess player, a multiple world champion, the only four-time world champion under 14, 17, 18, 20 years. Dinara is vice-champion of Asia among women (2016), Asian champion among women, bronze medalist of Asian games (2017), vice-champion of Asia under 8 years (2004).
She is a multiple and absolute champion of Kazakhstan, a master of sports of the Republic and a member of the national team from the age of 11.
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Breaststroke swimmer, Olympic champion of 2016, honored master of sports and champion of Kazakhstan, three-time champion of the Asian Games in 2014, winner of the Universiade 2015. Dmitriy Balandin was the first in Kazakhstan to win Olympic gold in swimming in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. He became the absolute champion of the Open Championship of Spain in Malaga in the preparation of Kazakhstani swimmers for The Summer Asian Games 2018 in Jakarta.
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Professional tennis player, the winner of the WTA single tournament.
Zarina Diyas has been successfully playing tennis since a young age, at the age of 14 she won a prestigious Junior tournament in the Czech Republic. Zarina also debuted in the US Open Championship qualification after successful tournaments in Germany and Japan.
She also defeated the ex-first racket of the world — Jelena Jankovic, what allowed her to reach the final of the Australian Open selection which she entered in 2013 by winning 5 matches in a row.
In February 2018 Zarina Diyas became the «Best tennis player of the country» in the ranking of the Women's Tennis Association.
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Kazakhstani professional boxer in the middleweight category. Honored master of sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan, world champion, Asian and Asian games in amateurs.
In the professional Boxing ring, he won two belts of WBO Global middleweight title and the WBC Continental Americas middleweight title.
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Kazakhstani mogul freestyle wrestler, bronze medalist of the Winter Olympic Games 2018, world champion 2019 in mogul, medalist of the World Championships, champion of the winter Universiade 2015 and 2017, winter Asian Games 2011 and 2017, winner and multiple medalists of the World Cup.
In 2018, Yulia won a bronze medal at the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang in the discipline of the mogul. This medal is the first in the history of Kazakhstan in all freestyle disciplines at the Olympic Games. In February 2019 Yulia became the world freestyle mogul champion in the American Park City in the ski resort of Deer Valley.