Lyudmila Kedrina, Soviet alpine skier, died at 54

Lyudmila Kedrin was born on January 27, 1961, in Beloretsk, Bashkortostan and died on October 10, 2015.

She was a Russian skier and international alpine skiing champion.

Lyudmila represented the USSR in the World Championships and was the winner of the European Championship.

From the year 2009, Lyudmila was the head coach of the Federation of skiing and snowboarding in Saint Petersburg.

Kedrina headed the children’s ski school sports complex Ohta-Park.

Lyudmila taught for three years between 1999 and 2001, and was the Russian champion.

She had a son called Maksim Kedrin, which participated in the 2002 Olympics, along with her daughter Anastasia Kedrina is the double champion of Russia (2009, Tashtagol, Super G, Super Combined.

Her daughter is also a participant of the World Skiing Championships in 2009 in Germany.

Lyudmila Kedrina passed away at 54 yrs old on October 2015 in Saint Petersburg.