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Russian Championships schedule corrected.
29.06.2005
The schedule of Russian Championships, that will be held on 10-13 July in Tula, was corrected. You can see the new schedule draft on Russian Championships page.

Svetlana Cherkasova sets season lead in 800 meters 1:56.93.
25.06.2005
Svetlana Cherkasova set a World season lead of 1:56.93 meters in the womens 800 meters at the Znamenski Memorial, an IAAF Grand Prix II meeting, held in Russian city of Kazan today.

Anton Liuboslavski sets a Russian season lead of 20.71 in shot put!
24.06.2005
Anton Liuboslavski has set a Russian season lead of 20.71 meters in the mens shot put on his fourth attempt at the Znamenski memorial, that is being held in Kazan.

Yekaterina Khoroshikh World leader and first winner of Znamenski memorial.
24.06.2005
The Znamenski Memorial has started in Russias city of Kazan. The event consists of two days of competitions, Russian competitions on first day and an IAAF Grand Prix II meeting on second one. Yekaterina Khoroshikh became the first winner of the Memorial.

Russian juniors gain fours wins in Manheim.
21.06.2005
Russian junior athletes won four events at the Internationale Juniorengala, held on 18-19 June in German city of Manheim.

Russian women win again.
19.06.2005
Another four victories on the final day of the SPAR European Cup ensured Russias women won their ninth European Cup in a row at the Stadio Luigi Ridolfi this afternoon. Taking a maximum eight points from four of the days seven events the 1500m, high jump, shot put and 4x400m relay Russia amassed a total of 131.5 points for their 11th triumph in European Cup history. It has now won all but two European Cups since 1993.

Russias women move into commanding lead.
19.06.2005
Russia extended its lead at the top of the SPAR European Cup womens competition to more than 20 points on the second day with a haul of four wins and two second places from todays nine events. Their total of 84.5 points keeps them well ahead of Germany, on 64, while Poland are fighting for second spot just two behind.

Vitali Shkurlatov 8.15m in Rivas.
16.06.2005
Vitali Shkurlatov set a Russian season best of 8.15 m, when he won the mens long jump at the 7th Reunion Internacional Ciudad de Rivas, held in Spanish city of Rivas on 14 June.

Sergei Makarov takes over IAAF Javelin Throw Rankings.
16.06.2005
Sergei Makarov is the new leader in the Mens Javelin Throw Event Ranking. The reigning World champion moved up from 3rd place to take over at the top following his performance in Ostrava.

Maria Bolikova and Sergei Kliugin take third places in Luzern.
15.06.2005
Maria Koroteeva and Sergei Kliugin took third places in their events at the Spitzen Leichtathletik, held in Switzerlands city of Luzern yesterday. Bolikova clocked 11.54 seconds in the womens 100 meters and Kliugin cleared 2.21 meters in the mens high jump.

Maria Koroteeva second at Goeteborg Games.
15.06.2005
Maria Koroteeva placed second in the womens 100mH at the Goeteborg Games, held in Sweden yesterday. She achieved 12.99 seconds. Olga Kaliturina cleared 1.85m in the womens high jump and took third place.

Oleg Mishukov and Ramil Aritkulov win in Spain.
14.06.2005
Oleg Mishukov and Ramil Aritkulov won their events at the 8th Internacional Meeting dAthletisme, held on 12 June in Spanish city of Gava.

Viacheslav Shabunin clocks 3:40.46 in Ulm.
13.06.2005
Viacheslav Shabunin set a Russian leading of 3:40.46 minutes in the mens 1500 meters at the DKB-DLV Meeting in Germanys city of Ulm, held yesterday.

Irina Simagina and Natalia Sadova win at Janusz Kusocinski Memorial.
12.06.2005
Irina Simagina and Natalia Sadova have won their events at the Janusz Kusocinski Memorial, held in Polands capital tonight. Irina achieved 6.74 meters in the long jump and Natalia 65.84m in the discus throw.

Stars lineup in womens pole vault at 30th Athletissima.
11.06.2005
With less than one month to go to Athletissima 2005 - IAAF Super Grand Prix - which takes place on 5 July in the Stade de la Pontaise, the organizing committee of the prestigious Lausanne meeting have prepared several innovations for the 30th edition.

Sergei Makrov and Yaroslav Rybakov win in Ostrava.
10.06.2005
Olympic bronze medalist Sergei Makarov achieved a world leading of 88.84m on his first attempt in the mens javelin throw at the Golden Spike, this years second meeting of the IAAF Super Grand Prix, held in Czechs Ostrava yesterday.

Russian team for SPAR European Cup.
09.06.2005
The 26th SPAR European Cup will be held during 17-19 June in Florence, Italy. Athletes from 12 countries will participate in the event. Russia will be represented by 51 athletes: 25 men and 26 women.

Olga Kuzenkova tops IAAF World Hammer Throw Event Rankings.
08.06.2005
Olympic champion Olga Kuzenkova toped the IAAF World Hammer Throw Event Rankings. She has now 1277 scores, that is 9 scores more than Yipsi Morenos scores.

Tatiana Levina wins in Chania.
07.06.2005
Tatiana Levina won the womens 400m at 57 Venizelia, an EAA Permit Meeting, held in Greek city of Chania yesterday. She clocked 51.66sec. Nadezhda Bazhenova placed second in the womens triple jump with 14.27m.

Viacheslav Shabunin second in Cottbus.
06.06.2005
Viacheslav Shabunin placed second in the mens 3000m with 7.49,43min at the 16. Internationales Lausitzer LA Meeting, held in Germanys city of Cottbus.

Ilia Markov second in La Koruna.
06.06.2005
Ilia Markov placed second in the Gran Premio Cantones de La Coruna, the last event of this years IAAF Race Walking Challenge, held on Saturday. Ilia clocked 1:19.36hours.

Tatiana Levina and Yelena Oleinikova first in Sevilla.
06.06.2005
Tatiana Levina and Yelena Oleinikova took first places in their event during the Meeting Sevilla 2005, held in Spain city of Sevilla yesterday. She achieved 51.74sec in the womens 400m and 13.96m in the womens triple jump correspondingly. Olga Kotliarova was second in the womens 800m with 2.00,50min.

Tatiana Kotova wins in Eugene.
06.06.2005
Olympic bronze medalist Tatiana Kotova won the womens long jump at the Prefontaine Classic, an IAAF Grand Prix meeting, held on Saturday in USAs city of Eugene. She achieved 6.80m.

Russian team dominate in Glasgow.
06.06.2005
Russian team won at the Norwich Union International GBR-USA-RUS, held in Glasgow yesterday. Russian athletes scored 118 points, 10 points ahead of USA and 16 points ahead of Great Britain.

Yekaterina Aleksandrova and Tatina Ivanova win in Filothei.
04.06.2005
Yekaterina Aleksandrova cleared 1.93 and won the high jump at the Women Gala in Filothei, Greece. Tatiana Ivanova won the long jump 6.63m.

Danil Burkenia third at Memorial Primo Nebiolo.
04.06.2005
Olympic bronze medalist Danil Burkenia placed third in the mens triple jump with 17.04m at the Memorial Primo Nebiolo, an IAAF Grand Prix II meeting, held yesterday in Italian city of Torino.

Yelena Oleinikova third in Hengelo.
01.06.2005
Yelena Oleinikova placed third with 14.18m in the womens triple jump at the THALES-FBK Games, an IAAF Prand Prix Games yesterday. Nadezhda Bazhenova was fourth with 14.17m.

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