• Lyudmila Pinayeva

    Lyudmila Pinayeva

    Lyudmila Iosifovna Pinayeva (Russian: Людмила Иосифовна Пинаева-Хведосюк, née Khvedosyuk on 14 January 1936) is a retired Soviet sprint canoeist. She competed at the 1964, 1968 and 1972 Olympics and won four medals, with three golds and one bronze. She also won ten medals at the world championships with seven golds (K-1 500 m: 1966, 1970, 1971; K-4 500 m: 1963, 1966, 1971, 1973 ) and three silvers (K-1 500 m: 1963, K-2 500 m: 1963, 1973).

  • Ludmila

    Ludmila or Ludmilla (Cyrillic: Людмила) is a Slavic female given name that may particularly refer to:

  • Ruslan and Ludmila

    Ruslan and Ludmila

    Ruslan and Ludmila (pre-reform Russian: Русла́нъ и Людми́ла; post-reform Russian: Русла́н и Людми́ла, tr. Ruslán i Lyudmíla) is a poem by Alexander Pushkin, published in 1820. It is written as an epic fairy tale consisting of a dedication (посвящение ), six "cantos" (песни ), and an epilogue (эпилог ). It tells the story of the abduction of Ludmila, the daughter of Prince Vladimir of the Kievan Rus' (reigned 980–1015), by an evil wizard and the attempt by the brave knight Ruslan to find and rescue her.

  • Ludmila Savelyeva

    Ludmila Savelyeva

    Ludmila Mikhaylovna Savelyeva (Russian: Людмила Михайловна Савельева; born January 24, 1942 in Leningrad ) is a Russian film actress and ballerina. She achieved lasting fame in the role of Natasha Rostova in the 1966–68 film War and Peace , which was six years in the making. She won a Diploma prize for this role at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.

  • Ludmila Prince

    Ludmila Prince (born January 2, 1975) is a Latvian former artistic gymnast. She competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics.

  • Ludmila Dayer

    Ludmila Dayer-Middleton (born June 18, 1983) is a Brazilian-American actress.

  • Ludmila Richterová

    Ludmila Richterová (born 7 March 1977) is a Czech former tennis player. She reached her highest ranking, World No. 62, on 18 March 1996, and won one WTA Tour title, the 1995 Rover British Clay Court Championships in Bournemouth, England, by beating Patricia Hy-Boulais 6(10)–7, 6–4, 6–3. In her career, Richterová defeated players such as Barbara Schett, Alexandra Fusai, Chanda Rubin, Conchita Martínez, Anna Smashnova, Ruxandra Dragomir, Anabel Medina Garrigues and Flavia Pennetta.

  • Saint Ludmila (oratorio)

    Antonín Dvořák composed his oratorio Saint Ludmila (Czech: Svatá Ludmila ( cs ) for soloists, choir and orchestra, between September 1885 and May 1886. The oratorio (Op. 71, B. 144) was written to a text by the leading Czech poet and writer Jaroslav Vrchlický. Saint Ludmila is Dvořák's third oratorio, and is considered one of his foremost works.

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