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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy poses for a photo with his friends at a restaurant in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy and his wife Anna rest at a restaurant in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy is seen at his home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy practices during a training session in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy practices during a training session in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy practices during a training session in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy jogs along the embankment of Kama river in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy climbs stairs on the embankment of Kama river in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy walks on a street in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy poses for a picture in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy is seen at his home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy is seen at his home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy walks outside the Perm State University in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy and his wife Anna pose for a photo at their home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy is seen at his home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy and his wife Anna are seen at their home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy and his wife Anna walk on a street in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion
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Russia Para-Taekwondo World Champion

Multiple winner of the World Para-Taekwondo Championship, Vladislav Krichfalushiy is seen at his home in the Urals city of Perm, Russia. Vladislav Krichfalushiy, 25, lost both arms in an accident in his early childhood. He started taekwondo in 2009. Nowdays Vlad is a world-class master of sports, a multiple winner of the World and European Para-Taekwondo Championships, a member of the Russian national team and a student of the Philological Faculty of Perm State University (PSU).

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