Ukhov 2.35m; Makarov 84.24m; Abakumova beaten
26.07.2009
The third day of the All-Russian Championships in Cheboksary (Sat 25) began with a small sensation.

Pechonkina continues comeback
25.07.2009
The second day of the All-Russian Championships in Cheboksary didnít produce quite the expected highs though results were still very solid (Fri 24).

Chicherova is back
24.07.2009
Anna Chicherova won the womenís high jump at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary. She was the only one who cleared 2m.

800m without surprises
24.07.2009
Mariya Savinonova and Yuriy Borzakovskiy won the womenís 800m and the menís one respectively at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary.

Golden Borisov
24.07.2009
Yevgeniy Borisov won the menís 110mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary clocking 13.60. Konstantin Shabanov was second with 13.66 and Igor Peremota finished third Ė 13.75.

Kondakova wins 100mH
24.07.2009
Yuliya Kondakova won the womenís 100mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary clocking a Russian season best of 12.90.

Anna Avdeyeva Ė 20.07
24.07.2009
Anna Avdeyeva won the womenís shot put at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary setting the World season second.

Yelena Sokolova sets PB
24.07.2009
Yelena Sokolova won the womenís long jump at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary setting a PB. Yelena had only 2 successful attempts: 6.92 and 6.86.

Sadova sets World season second
24.07.2009
Athens Champion Natalya Sadova won the womenís discus throw at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary set the World season second and the European season best of 65.40.

Dyldin wins 400m
24.07.2009
Maksim Dyldin won the menís 400m at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary. He set a Russian season best of 45.80.

Krivoshapka wins 400m
24.07.2009
Antonina Krivoshapka won the womenís 400m at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary confirming her high class.

Derevyagin sub-50 again
24.07.2009
Aleksandr Derevyagin won the menís 400mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary clocked 49.87, his second sub-50 seconds after 49.68 in the heats.

Pechonkina is Russian Champion
24.07.2009
Yuliya Pechonkina won the womenís 400mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary. She clocked 54.86, a Russian season leading.

Alminova sets fastest 800m of the year
24.07.2009
The city of Cheboksary, capital of Chuvashiya plays host to the Russian national championships which also serve as trials for the IAAF World Championships in Berlin.

862 athletes to compete at Russian Championships
22.07.2009
862 athletes (493 men and 369 women) from 63 Russiaís regions will compete at the 2009 Russian Athletics Championships on 23-26 July in Cheboksary.

Russian Championships Timetable
07.07.2009