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A Film about legendary Igor Turchin
- Updated: 24. November 2016.
He is the one of the most successful coaches of all time in handball despite he died in 1993 on the playing court. The name of Igor Turchin is well known in world’s of handball. Legendary Ukrainian coach was a founder of Spartak Kyiv, the most successful women’s team in the history of our game (13 time Champions Cup / Champions League winners 1970–1973, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985–1988).
Turchin also won a lot of medals with USSR, among them two Olympic and World’s gold.
More than 20 years after his death, memories on Igor Turchin are recorded in film “To Win it All”.
Igor Turchin’s achievements with USSR:
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