Russian cross-country skier. Name variations: Radya or Radia Eroshina or Erochina; Radja Jeroschina. Born in USSR.
Won silver medals for 10 km and 3 × 5 km relay at Cortina Olympics (1956); won a bronze medal for 10 km and a silver medal for 3 × 5 km at Squaw Valley Olympics (1960).
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