Vladimir Sukharev (Russian: Владимир Сухарев) (July 10, 1924 – April 30, 1997) was a Soviet athlete who competed mainly in the 100 metres. He trained at Dynamo in Moscow.
He competed for the USSR in the 1952 Summer Olympics held in Helsinki in the 4 x 100 metre relay where he won the silver medal with his team mates Boris Tokarev, Levan Kalyayev and Levan Sanadze.
Four years later at the 1956 Summer Olympics held in Melbourne he again teamed up with Boris Tokarev and new members Leonid Bartenev and Yuriy Konovalov in the 4 x 100 metre relay where the team won the silver medal.
- 1934: Germany (Schein, Gillmeister, Hornberger, Borchmeyer)
- 1938: Germany (Kersch, Hornberger, Neckermann, Scheuring)
- 1946: Sweden (Danielsson, Nilsson, Laessker, Håkansson)
- 1950: Soviet Union (Sukharev, Kalyayev, Sanadze, Karakulov)
- 1954: Hungary (Zarándi, Varasdi, Csányi, Goldoványi)
- 1958: West Germany (Mahlendorf, Hary, Fütterer, Germar)
- 1962: West Germany (Ulonska, Gamper, Bender, Germar)
- 1966: France (Berger, Delecour, Piquemal, Bambuck)
- 1969: France (Sarteur, Bourbeillon, Fenouil, St.-Gilles)
- 1971: Czechoslovakia (Kříž, Demeč, Kynos, Bohman)
- 1974: France (Sainte-Rose, Arame, Cherrier, Chauvelot)
- 1978: Poland (Nowosz, Licznerski, Dunecki, Woronin)
- 1982: Soviet Union (Sokolov, Aksinin, Prokofyev, Sidorov)
- 1986: Soviet Union (Yevgenyev, Yuschmanov, Muravyov, Bryzhin)
- 1990: France (Morinière, Sangouma, Trouabal, Marie-Rose)
- 1994: France (Lomba, Perrot, Trouabal, Sangouma)
- 1998: Great Britain (Condon, Campbell, Walker, Golding)
- 2002: Ukraine (Vasyukov, Rurak, Dovhal, Kaydash)
- 2006: Great Britain (Chambers, Campbell, Devonish, Lewis-Francis)
- 2010: France (Vicaut, Lemaitre, Pessonneaux, Mbandjock)
- 2012: Netherlands (Mariano, Martina, Codrington, van Luijk)