Mariya Kiselyova

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Languages: Russian
Geography: Russia & CIS countries

Mariya Kiselyova is a female swimmer from Russia. She competes in synchronised swimming and has won three Olympic golds and three golds in the world championships. In Russia, she is best known as a TV show presenter.

She started to swim at the age of 3 years, although parents enrolled her in a section only for general physical development, not thinking about professional sports. Three-time Olympic champion (together with Olga Brusnikina), three-time world champion, nine-time European champion, multiple winner of the World Cup and European winner "Goodwill Games", a multiple champion of Russia.

At the same time with a sports career in the period September 2001 to July 2005, a leading game show "The Weakest Link" on the First Channel, gained in this field the title of "most tiresome driving the Year" and "Debut of the Year." In 2001-2002, he led the sports news on NTV program "Today."