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  • |construction_cost = [[File:Kazakhstani tenge symbol.svg|8px]] 19.4 billion tenge (approx. 131.8 million [[United S ...finish. 2011 marked the 14th year of this challenging race, with over 150 runners participating.<ref>[http://www.kazinform.kz/eng/article/2383545 Over 150 pe
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  • ...kh SSR]], [[Soviet Union]]), is a [[Kazakhstan]]-born [[Germany|German]] [[long-distance runner]] who competes in [[marathon]]s. She won the [[Berlin Marathon]] in Mikitenko began participating in long-distance running at the age of 14. Under her maiden name of Volynskaya, she represen
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  • [[Category:Male steeplechase runners]] [[Category:Kazakhstani male middle-distance runners]]
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  • ...'' (born 30 November 1991) is a female Kazakhstani [[long-distance running|long-distance runner]]. She competed in the [[2015 World Championships in Athletics – W [[Category:Kazakhstani female long-distance runners]]
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  • ...''' (born 21 July 1980) is a [[Kazakhstan|Kazakh]] [[long-distance running|long-distance runner]]. She competed in the [[marathon]] at the [[2015 World Championship [[Category:Kazakhstani female long-distance runners]]
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  • '''Mihail Krassilov''' (born 5 March 1990) is a Kazakhstani [[long distance runner]] who specialises in the [[marathon]].<ref>{{cite we [[Category:Kazakhstani male long-distance runners]]
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  • ...дежда Гумерова}}; born January 1, 1949) is a retired female [[long-distance runner]] from [[Kazakhstan]], who represented the [[Soviet Union]] during h [[Category:Soviet female long-distance runners]]
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  • ...ва; born March 14, 1952 in [[Petropavl]], [[Kazakh SSR]]) is a retired [[long-distance runner]] from [[Kazakhstan]], who represented the [[Soviet Union]] in the w [[Category:Soviet female long-distance runners]]
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  • ...tp://www.kazathletics.kz/files/rekordi.pdf Kazakhstani Athletics Records]. Kazakhstani Athletics Federation. Retrieved on 2017-02-14.</ref> [[Category:Soviet female long-distance runners]]
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  • ===Singles: 3 (1 title, 2 runners-up)=== [[Category:Kazakhstani male tennis players]]
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  • ===Runners-ups === [[Category:Kazakhstani male tennis players]]
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  • ...́вовна Шве́дова}}, born 12 September 1987) is a Russian-born Kazakhstani [[tennis]] player. ...olovka]] (Moscow region). Shvedova changed her nationality from Russian to Kazakhstani in 2008 as part of the country's attempts to boost its sporting profile.<re
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  • ...ar system. The winners of the groups advance to the final, while the group runners-up meet to determine third place. [[Category:2014 in Kazakhstani football]]
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  • ...and took part in a promotion/relegation playoff against the First Division runners-up, [[FC Akzhayik|Akzhayik]], for one spot in this year's competition. Akzh ...ktobe|Aktobe]], moved up to enter the second qualifying round, and the cup runners-up, [[FC Shakhter Karagandy|Shakhter Karagandy]], claimed the vacant Europa
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