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Svetlana Cherkasova wins in Gent
26.02.2006
Svetlana Cherkasova won the womens 800 meters at the todays KBC Indoor meeting. She clocked 2:00.75 mins and beat Mozambiques Maria Mutola by 0.06 seconds. Irina Vashentseva was third with 2:01.73 and Mariya Shapayeva finished fifth with 2:02.11.

Russia take runaway victory - Yokohama Ekiden
26.02.2006
Russia, one of the pre-race favourites comfortably won the 2006 Yokohama International Womens Ekiden, Yokohama, Japan, a six-stage marathon distance ekiden in 2:13:55.

World Indoor record flurry points to warm winter finale in Moscow
23.02.2006
Monte-Carlo - Temperatures in the Russian capital have been exceptionally cold this winter but the flurry of World Indoor records which have occurred during the opening weeks of the 2006 indoor season leave us no doubt that the 11th IAAF World Indoor Championships, which take place in Moscow from 10 to 12 March, will provide us with some red hot competition.

Yelena Isinbayeva wins in Birmingham
18.02.2006
Yelena Isinbayeva won the womens pole vault at the Norwich Union Grand Prix, held in Birmingham today. She cleared 4.79 meters. Svetlana Feofanova placed third with a clearance of 4.45 meters.

Olga Kotlyarova achieves 800m World season lead!
18.02.2006
Olga Kotlyarova won the womens 800 meters at the Russian Indoor Championships with a World season best of 1:57.51 minutes. Kotlyarovas result is the second in the Russian Athletics history. There is only Natalya Tsyganova who ran faster: 1:57.47 on 7 March 1999.

Yelena Soboleva sets 1500m World record
18.02.2006
The third day of the Russian Indoor Championships brought the second World record. This time, Yelena Soboleva won the womens 1500 meters having clocked an amazing time of 3:58.28 minutes! Yelena bettered the previous record set by Regina Jackobs from USA on 1 February 2003 by 1.70 seconds!

Natalya Nazarova sets World season best
18.02.2006
Natalya Nazarova won the womens 400 meters at the Russian Indoor Championships having achieved a World season best of 49.98 seconds. Olesya Krasnomovets ran up with 50.04 seconds and Natalya Antyukh was third 50.37.

Day 3: first champions
18.02.2006
The competitions of Day 3 of the Russian Indoor Championships have started in Moscow CSKA Sports Indoor Hall a few minutes ago. Todays first champion titles were won by Ivan Teplykh and Natalya Ivanova who clocked in the 200 meters 21.32 and 23.13 seconds correspondingly.

Borzakovskiy wins another title
18.02.2006
At the Russian Indoors, Yuriy Borzakovskiy won the mens 1500 meters in his best manner with a finish spurt and beat the rivals by far 3:41.53.

Ruslan Gataullin meets WIC standard
18.02.2006
Ruslan Gataullin won the mens long jump at the Russian Indoor Championships with 8.11 meters yesterday. He was the only one who met the qualifying standard for the 11th IAAF World Indoor Championships on 10-12 March in Moscow, Russia.

Fast 400 meters semi-finals
17.02.2006
Very good results were achieved at Russian Indoors in the 400 meters semi-finals. In the mens division, Dmitriy Petrov clocked a Russian season best of 46.32 seconds. Natalya Nazarova was the best in the womens division with 50.32 seconds (1st semi-final).

Four over 2.32 at Russian Indoors
17.02.2006
Andrey Tereshin won the mens high jump at the Russian Indoor Championships having cleared a personal best of 2.36 meters. Yaroslav Rybakov ran up with a clearance of 2.34 m. Ivan Ukhov and Andrey Silnov shared the third place 2.32 meters.

Borisov and Korsunova win 60m hurdles
17.02.2006
Yevgeniy Borisov and Olga Kursunova became Russian champions in the 60 meters Hurdles achieving 7.65 and 8.09 seconds correspondingly. Igor Peremota the 60mH final favorite started unsuccessfully and injured at the first hurdle.

World record for Shobukhova!
17.02.2006
Liliya Shobukhova set a new World record of 8:27.86 minutes in the womens 3000 meters during a close contest with Olesya Syryeva at the Russian Indoor Championships. Shubokhova bettered Berhane Aderes (ETH) record by 1.29 seconds!

Anna Pyatykh wins Triple jump
17.02.2006
Anna Pyatykh just won the womens triple jump at the Russian Indoor Championships, having jumped a Russian season best of 14.69 meters. Tatyana Lebedeva was second with 14.61 meters.

2 World best performances at Russian Indoors!
17.02.2006
A World best performance has opened the second day of the Russian Indoor Championships! Tatyana Petrova clocked 9:07.00 minutes in the womens 3000mSt.

Yepishin and Bolikova win 60m at Russian Indoors
16.02.2006
Andrey Yepishin won the mens 60 meters at the Russian Indoors clocking 6.62 seconds. Mariya Bolikova won the womens division with 7.20sec.

Anton Lyuboslavskiy sets new Russian U23 record
16.02.2006
Anton Lyuboslavskiy set a new Russian U23 record in the mens shot put at the Russian Indoor Championships achieving 20.75 meters.

Svetlana Feofanova first 2006 Russian champion
16.02.2006
Svetlana Feofanova won the first final of the 2006 Russian Indoor Championships that started in Moscow today, clearing 4.55 meters in the womens pole vault.

Isinbayeva 4.91 World indoor record in Donestsk
12.02.2006
As was seemingly expected, Yelena Isinbayeva began her 2006 season by raising her own World indoor record in the pole vault at the Pole Vault Stars competition in Donetsk, Ukraine.

Moscow World Indoor Championships One Month to Go!
11.02.2006
Monte-Carlo There is exactly one month to go to the start of the 11th IAAF World Indoor Championships, Moscow, Russia, 10-12 March 2006. These championships which take place in the Olimpiyski Sport Palace Complex, will be the first of seven IAAF World Athletics Series (WAS) events to be staged in 2006.

Svetlana Feofanova preparing for World Indoors in Moscow
10.02.2006
Olympic Silver Medalist and World Champion Svetlana Feofanova assisted at a press-conference for the 11th IAAF World Indoor Championships held in Moscow on 9 January.

Tatyana Kotova jumps World season best in Stutgart
04.02.2006
Tatyana Kotova set a World season best of 6.91 meters in the womenslong jump at todays Sparkassen Cup in Stutgart, Germany. She bettered her previous mark by 16cm.

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