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Mikhail Korkia

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Mikhail Korkia

Mikhail Korkia
Mikheil Korkia during basketball game
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Born September 10, 1948
Died February 7, 2004(2004-02-07) (aged 55)

Mikheil Korkia (

. Tbilisi in Dynamo. He trained at Basketball at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Soviet basketball team with the gold player who won basketball Soviet) was a Tbilisi – February 7, 2004 in Kutaisi) (September 10, 1948 in მიხეილ ქორქია

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