Liudmila Belyakova

Forward, Athlete

1994 –


Who is Liudmila Belyakova?

Liudmila Viktorovna Belyakova is a national and youth women's ice hockey player, and a Russian Master of Sports of International Class. She can play as both a forward and a defender. She has been the captain of the Spartak Moscow women's team.

She played for the U18 national Russian youth team at 12 years old, and was invited to the national team of Russia for first time at the age of 15.

Her debut with the first national team took place on September 4, 2009 in the town of Trencin in a match against the national team of Slovakia.

She has played 28 games for the youth team of Russia, scoring 30 goals and making 11 assists. For the national team she has played 53 games, with 22 goals and 7 assists.

She was included in the list of candidates for Russia's national team at the Olympic Games 2010 in Vancouver.

She is the winner of 20 individual cups and 55 medals in various denominations including:

Bronze medalist Eurotour 2009 in Sweden

Silver medalist Eurotour 2010

Best player and Best scorer of the 2011 World Cup.

Russian National youth team named 2011 World Champion.

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Aug 12, 1994
Lived in
  • Moscow

on July 23, 2013


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