This paper reports the sequencing of HIV-1 subtype G from the blood sample of a 39-year-old Russian male taken in November 1992. The heterosexual, White male and his wife living in Uzbekistan found in 1991 that they were infected with HIV-1. The man reported living in Mozambique during 1984-85 where he had no sexual relations with African residents, yet was admitted to the hospital on several occasions. However, in 1986-87, shortly after returning to the Soviet Union, he reported having a sexual relationship with a woman other than his wife. That woman and her husband were also found to be HIV-positive in 1991. The subject died in November 1993, and his wife in March 1995. His peripheral blood mononuclear cells were separated and kept at -70 degrees Celsius until used. When the blood sample was obtained, the man had a CD4 count of 10 cells/mcl, had lost more than 10% of his weight, and developed candidal esophagitis and chronic diarrhea associated with Cryptosporidia.