Ivan Filin (born March 10, 1926 in Kimovsk, Tula Oblast) is a retired marathon runner from the Soviet Union, who won the silver medal at the European Championships in Stockholm, Sweden, behind compatriot Sergei Popov. He is a two-time winner of the Soviet national marathon title (1955–1956), and won the 1957 edition of the Košice Peace Marathon.
|Representing Soviet Union|
|1954||European Championships||Bern, Switzerland||3rd||Marathon||2:25:26.6|
|1957||Košice Peace Marathon||Košice, Czechoslovakia||1st||Marathon||2:23:57|
|1958||European Championships||Stockholm, Sweden||2nd||Marathon||2:20:50.6|
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