People from Bashkortostan

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  1. Irina Shayk

    Irina Shayk


    Irina Shayk (born January 6, 1986), sometimes credited as Irina Sheik (Russian: Ирина Шейк), is a Russian model and actress known for her appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue between 2007 and 2015. She was the cover model for the 2011 issue.

  2. Yuri Shatunov

    Yuri Shatunov


    Yuriy Shatunov (Russian: Юрий Шатунов) (born 6 September 1973 in Kumertau, USSR) is a Russian singer, best known as being the former front of the Russian 1980s band Laskoviy Mai.

  3. Nina Petrovna Valetova

    Nina Petrovna Valetova


    Nina Petrovna Valetova (Russian: Нина Петровна Валетова), or Nina Tokhtaman Valetova (Russian: Нина Тохтаман Валетова), born November 19, 1958, is a Russian-American metaphysical realism painter.

  4. Emil Sayfutdinov

    Emil Sayfutdinov


    Emil Damirovich Sayfutdinov (Russian: Эмиль Дамирович Сайфутдинов; born October 26, 1989 in Salavat, Russia) is a Russian motorcycle speedway rider and member of the Russian national teams (senior and U-21). He won the 2007 and 2008 Under-21 World Championship. He is a permanent rider of the 2010 Speedway Grand Prix.

  5. Ural Rakhimov

    Ural Rakhimov


    Ural Murtazovich Rakhimov (Russian: Ура́л Мурта́зович Рахи́мов; Bashkir: Урал Мортаза улы Рәхимов) (born December 13, 1961) is a Russian businessman of Bashkir ethnicity. Rakhimov is the 191st richest man in Russia with a net worth of US$500 million as of 2011.

  6. Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev

    Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev


    Ğäziz Salix ulı Älmöxämmädev (AKA Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev; Tatar Cyrillic: Газиз Салих улы Әлмөхәммәдев; Russian: Гази́з Сали́хович Альмухаме́дов , Gaziz Salikhovich Almukhamedov; 1895–1938) was an ethnic Bashkir Tatar opera singer (tenor) and composer. He was born in the village of Muraptal of Sterlitamaksky Uyezd of Ufa Governorate (now Kuyurgazinsky District of the Republic of Bashkortostan). He was the People's Singer in 1929. From 1922 to 1929, he lived in Kazan.

  7. Zeki Velidi Togan

    Zeki Velidi Togan


    Zeki Velidi Togan (Bashkir: Әхмәтзәки Әхмәтшаһ улы Вәлидов, Äxmätzäki Äxmätşah ulı Wälidov, Russian: Ахмет-Заки Ахметшахович Валидов, Ahmet-Zaki Ahmetshakhovich Validov, sometimes spelled as Validi) (1890–1970 Istanbul) was a historian, Turkologist, and leader of the Bashkir revolutionary and liberation movement.

  8. Salawat Yulayev

    Salawat Yulayev


    Salawat Yulayev (Bashkir: Салауат Юлаев; Russian: Салават Юлаев; 16 June 1754  – 26 September 1800) is a Bashkir national hero who participated in Pugachev's Rebellion.

  9. Masguda Shamsutdinova

    Masguda Shamsutdinova


    Masguda Islamovna Shamsutdinova (Tatar: Мәсгудә Ислам кызы Шәмсетдинова; born June 1, 1955 in Kshlau-Yelga, Bashkir ASSR) is a Tatar writer and composer.

  10. Kadir Rakhimovich Timergazin

    Kadir Rakhimovich Timergazin


    Kadir Rakhimovich Timergazin (Russian: Кадыр Рахимович Тимергазин ; Bashkir: Ҡадыр Рәхим улы Тимерғазин ; 05 February  [O.S. 18 February ] 1913 – 4 April 1963) was a Soviet petroleum geologist and a professor of geological-mineralogical science.

  11. Nikolay Yakovlevich Kiselyov

    Nikolay Yakovlevich Kiselyov


    Nikolay Yakovlevich Kiselyov (Russian: Николай Яковлевич Киселёв; 1913 in Bogorodskoye – 1974 in Moscow), also commonly transliterated from the Russian language as Nikolai Kiselev, was a Soviet Red Army soldier, prisoner of war, and partisan leader during World War II.

  12. Radmir Gabdullin

    Radmir Gabdullin


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  13. Liliya Shobukhova

    Liliya Shobukhova


    Liliya Bulatovna Shobukhova (Russian: Лилия Булатoвнa Шoбухова, née Russian: Шагбaлова, Shabalova; born 13 November 1977) is a Russian long-distance runner who competed in marathon races. She previously specialized in the 3000 and 5000 metres track events. She served a doping ban until 23 August 2015.

  14. Bashir Rameyev

    Bashir Rameyev


    Bashir Iskandarovich Rameyev (Russian: Баши́р Исканда́рович Раме́ев; 1 May 1918 – 16 May 1994) was a Soviet inventor and scientist, one of the founders of Soviet computing, author of 23 patents, including the first officially registered in the USSR patent in the field of electronic computers—a patent for the Automatic Electronic Digital Machine (1948). Rameyev's inventions paved the way for the development of a new field in Soviet science—electronic computing—and for the formation of a new branch of industry that supported it.

  15. Anatoly Aksakov

    Anatoly Aksakov


    Anatoly Gennadiyevich Aksakov (Russian: Анатолий Геннадьевич Аксаков), born 28 November 1957 in Yermolayevo, Kuyurgazinsky District, Bashkir ASSR, is a Russian politician and economist.

  16. Yakup Kulmiy

    Yakup Kulmiy


    Yakup Kulmiy (Russian: Якуб Кулмый; Bashkir: Яҡуп Ҡолмой; 7 September 1918, village of Kanakbaevo, Bashkortostan – 11 October 1994, village of Kanakaevo) was a Bashkir poet working under the pen name of Yakup Khairullovich Kulmukhametov.

  17. Sultan Galiev

    Sultan Galiev


    Mirsaid Sultan-Galiev (Tatar: Мирсәет Хәйдәргали улы Солтангалиев, Mirsäyet Xäydärğäli ulı Soltanğäliev, Russian: Мирсаид Хайдаргалиевич Султан-Галиев Mirsaid Khaydargalievich Sultan-Galiev; 1892–1940), also known as Mirza Sultan-Galiev, was a Tatar Bolshevik who rose to prominence in the Russian Communist Party in the early 1920s. He was the architect of Muslim "national communism". His views were a direct threat to official Kremlin policies, and he was imprisoned at Stalin's instigation in 1923, and executed in 1940.

  18. Tagir Kusimov

    Tagir Kusimov


    Tagir Taipovich Kusimov (Russian: Таги́р Таи́пович Куси́мов, Bashkir: Таһир Таип улы Кусимов; 14 February 1909 - 10 May 1986) was a Soviet military leader of Bashkir origin.

  19. Maxim Tchoudov

    Maxim Tchoudov


    Maxim Alexandrovich Tchoudov (Russian: Максим Александрович Чудов; born 12 November 1982) is a former Russian biathlete.

  20. Murtaza Rakhimov

    Murtaza Rakhimov


    Murtaza Gubaydullovich Rakhimov (Russian: Муртаза́ Губайду́ллович Рахи́мов; Bashkir: Мортаҙа Ғөбәйҙулла улы Рәхимов/Mortaźa Ğöbäýźulla uly Räximow, born February 7, 1934) is a Russian politician of Bashkir ethnicity who served as the first President of Bashkortostan, a republic within Russia, from 1993 to 2010.

  21. Timur Khamitov

    Timur Khamitov


    Timur Rasikhovich Khamitov (Russian: Тимур Расихович Хамитов; born 4 April 1984 in Sibay) is a former Russian football player.

  22. Ildar Arslanov

    Ildar Arslanov


    Ildar Arslanov (born 6 April 1994) is a Russian professional racing cyclist.

  23. Ilvir Huzin

    Ilvir Huzin


    Ilvir Huzin (born 14 June 1990) is a Russian bobsledder.

  24. Baryi Kalimullin

    Baryi Kalimullin

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    Baryi Gibatovich Kalimullin (Russian: Барый Гибатович Калимуллин, Bashkir: Барый Ғибәт улы Кәлимуллин; April 10, 1907 – July 21, 1989) was a Russian architect, educator, and social activist. He is credited with helping to build Ufa Aviation University and Bashkir State University.

  25. Alexander Vakoulsky

    Alexander Vakoulsky


    Alexander Dmitriyevich Vakoulsky (Russian: Александр Дмитриевич Вакульский; born January 1, 1949 in Iglinsky District, Bashkortostan, Russia ) is a Russian-Dutch conductor who was influenced by Yevgeny Mravinsky and Yevgeny Svetlanov.

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