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Dziamyan Turchyn was born on 2 March, 1985 in Minsk, Belarus, is a Belarusian canoeist. At 35 years old, Dziamyan Turchyn height is 6 ft 2 in (190.0 cm).

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Dziamyan Turchyn Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 2 March 1985
Birthday 2 March
Birthplace Minsk, Belarus
Nationality Belarus

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Weight 90 kg
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Turchyn won a gold in the K-4 200 m event at the 2009 championships in Dartmouth.


In 2006 they began in impressive form with victories at the Poznan and Duisburg regattas. However Reneysky then changed his strategy in preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympics. With only one K-4 event, the 1000 m, on the Olympic schedule, the K-4 crew would not be entered for the 500m at the European and World Championships. This strategy was logical in that it allowed Piatrushenka and Makhneu the necessary rest time to compete in the K-2 500 m. It also allowed the formation of a second K-4 500 m kayak crew to accommodate other up-and-coming Belarusian paddlers. Nonetheless it was hard on Turchyn and Abalmasau who were denied the chance to defend their hard-won titles of 2005.

At the 2006 World Championships, held in Szeged, Hungary, the Belarusian four claimed a bronze medal in the 1000 m final (this time behind hosts Hungary and Poland) - their first world championship medal over the Olympic distance.


Just how well was shown when Turchyn beat the previously invincible Raman Piatrushenka in a 2005 Belarus Cup K-1 200 m race. A shocked Reneysky called for a photo-finish before confirming the result. Turchyn was typically unfazed by his victory and even had the temerity to look aggrieved when Piatrushenka edged him out in the K-1 1000 m final.

At the 2005 European Championships, again held in Poznań, the Belarusians went one better than in 2004, taking the K4 500m gold medal ahead of Slovakia. This was a first senior title not just for Turchyn but for his team-mates too. Perhaps understandably they celebrated a little too enthusiastically with the result that they only came in fifth in the 200m final.

A month later they were world champions as well, beating rivals Slovakia at the World Championships in Zagreb, Croatia. This was the first team kayak world title won by a Belarus crew since independence, but this time they delayed their celebrations and picked up a bronze medal in the 200 m final too. The K-4 crew were voted Belarus Sports Team of the Year 2005.


Turchyn had been selected not just for his athletic ability but also for his phlegmatic temperament. Indeed some observers worried that he would not "wake up" for big races. His new team-mates, however, laughed off such fears and at Turchyn's first major championship, he justified their faith as the Belarusian four took the 2004 European K-4 500 m silver medal in Poznań, Poland.

Still a teenager, Turchyn was the first of the juniors from Komatsu to win a senior medal and, despite the inevitable distractions, he handled his sudden success better than most. His coaches were relieved to see that their young star was still progressing well through the winter of 2004/05.


Turchyn represented Belarus at the 2003 Junior World Championships in Komatsu, Japan, finishing fourth in the kayak K-2 500 m and fifth in the K-4 1000 m finals.


Dziamyan Turchyn (alternate listings: Demian Turchin or Demyan Turchin, born 2 March 1985 in Minsk) is a Belarusian sprint canoer.