Nikolay Fyodorovich Kiselyov

Nikolay Fyodorovich Kiselyov
Olympic medal record
Men's Nordic combined
Competitor for  Soviet Union
Silver 1964 Innsbruck Individual

Nikolay Fyodorovich Kiselyov (Russian: Никола́й Фёдорович Киселёв; born in 1939) is a former Soviet Nordic combined athlete, Master of Sports of the USSR, International Class. He trained at the Armed Forces sports society in Leningrad. His best know finish was a silver at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck in the Individual event.

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