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From left to right: Andrey Tokarev (guide) and Nikolay Polukhin of Russia (silver), Volodymyr Ivanov (guide) and Vitaliy Lukyanenko of the Ukraine (gold), and Vasili Shaptsiabol and his guide Mikalai Shablouski of Belarus (bronze), at the medal ceremony for biathlon, men's 3km Pursuit, visually impaired, during the 2010 Paralympics in Vancouver



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