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IAAF Anti-doping investigation leads to provisional suspension of Russian athletes
31.07.2008
MONACO - The IAAF has provisionally suspended seven athletes* from Russia for doping offences, a decision which has been acknowledged by the All Russia Athletics Federation (ARAF).

Rybakov beats Holm in Sweden
29.07.2008
Yaroslav Rybakov won the menís high jump clearing 2.33m at the Folksam Grand Prix 2008 held in Karlstad, Sweden yesterday. He beat Stefan Holm of Sweden who cleared 2.27.

Lukyanenko and Chicherova win in Lindon
27.07.2008
Yevgeniy Lukyanenko won the menís pole vault clearing 5.97 at the Norwich Union London Grand Prix on Day 2. Anna Chicherova won the womenís high jump with 2.01.

Andrey Silnov: 2.38 in London
26.07.2008
Andrey Silnov achieved a World lead of 2.38m in the menís high jump at yesterdayís Aviva London Grand Prix. Yelena Isinbayeva won the womenís pole vault clearing 4.93m.

Isinbayeva wins in Stockholm
23.07.2008
Yelena Isinbayeva won the womenís pole vault at the DN Galan, an IAAF World athletics tour meeting. She cleared 4.85m. Yuriy Borzakovskiy set a Russian record over the menís 1000m clocking 2:15.50.

Tomashova, Chicherova and Slesarenko the stars as Russian Championships conclude in Kazan
20.07.2008
Kazan, Russia Ė Tatyana Tomashova and high jumpers Anna Chicherova and Yelena Slesarenko produced the key highlights as the Russian championships concluded in Kazan on Sunday.

Russian team for Beijing
20.07.2008
Russian Athletics has announced a preliminary list of the Russian team for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. The team consists of 109 athletes, 49 men and 60 women. The list will be finally confirmed by the Russian Olympic Committee.

Mikhaylovskiy wins menís long jump
19.07.2008
Sergey Mikhaylovskiy won the menís long jump at the Russian Athletics Championships in Kazan. He jumped 7.92m. Vladimir Malyavin placed second with 7.87m. Ruslan Gataullin achieved 7.86m taking the third place.

Gulfiya Khanafeyeva Ė 75.07 in Hammer throw
19.07.2008
The womenís hammer throw at the Russian Atheltics Championships was won by Gulfiya Khanafeyeva who achieved the World season fifth of 75.07m. Yelena Konevtsova took the silver with 74.81 and Anna Bulgakova was third (72.62).

Mariya Abakumova Ė champion in Javelin throw
19.07.2008
Mariya Abakumova won the womenís javelin throw at the Russian Atheltics Championships in Kazan, achieving 65.71 m, which is a Russian U23 record. Oksana Gromova placed second with 57.90m. Mariya Yakovenko was third with 57.70.

Feofanova wins pole vault
18.07.2008
Svetlana Feofanova won the womenís pole vault clearing 4.75 at the Russian Athletics Championships in Kazan. Yuliya Golubchikova achieved 4.65 and placed second. Tatyana Polnova was third with 4.60m.

Yepishin and Polyakova fastest in 100m
18.07.2008
Andrey Yepishin won the menís 100m at the Russian Championships in Athletics clocking 10/28 seconds. Yevgeniya Polyakova won the womenís same distance with 11.30.

Gulnana Galkina Samitova: World season best of 9:08.21
18.07.2008
World record holder Gulnara Galkina-Samitova achieved in the womenís 3000mSt a World season bets of 9:08.21 at the Russian Championships in Athletics. This time is World all-time third. Tatyana Petrova was second clocking 9:15.84. Yelena Sidorchenkova finished third with 9:24.04.

Yekaterina Bikert sets European 400mH
18.07.2008
Yekaterina Bikert set in the womenís 400mH an European season best of 54.34 at the Russian Championships in Athletics. Irina Obedina placed second with 54.86, and Anastasiya Ott was third with 55.07.

Yuliya Kondakova becomes 100mH Champion
18.07.2008
Yuliya Kondakova became the champion in the 100mH clocking 12.91sec at the Russian Championships in Atheltics being held in Kazan. Tatyana Dektyareva finished second with 12.96. Olga Korsunova was third clocking 13.12.

Borzakovskiy and Soboleva win 800m
18.07.2008
Yuriy Borzakovskiy won the menís 800m at the Russian Championships in Kazan clocking 1:46.59. Yelena Soboleva set a World season best of 1:54.85 in the womenís same event.

Komyagina wins in Greece
14.07.2008
Olga Komyagina won the womenís 3000m clocking 8:51.72 at the 24th Vardinoyiannia athletics meeting held in Rethymno (Greece). Tatyana Kotova was second in the womenís long jump with 6,69m.

Tereshin and Pavlov second in Athens
14.07.2008
Andrey Tereshin placed second in the menís high jump with 2.30m at the Tsiklitiria 2008, an athletics meeting held in Athens yesterday. Igor Pavlov placed second in the menís pole vault clearing 5.75m.

Shabanov wins 110mH
14.07.2008
Konstantin Shabanov won the menís 110mH (99cm) at the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Bydgoszcz clocking a World Junior leading of 13.27sec.

World record for Isinbayeva makes the night in Rome; Down to two for the $1 Million
12.07.2008
Rome, Italy - Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia broke her own World record in the womenís Pole Vault with a stupendous 5.03m victory** at the Ď28th Golden Gala Kinder+Sportí, the third fixture of the six meet ÅF Golden League 2008, in Romeís Olympic stadium tonight (Friday 11 July).

Gold and Silver in womenís Pole Vault in Bydgoszcz
11.07.2008
Valeriya Volik won the womenís pole vault at the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics in Bydgoszcz setting a course record of 4.40m. Valeriya beat Yekaterina Kolesova, who placed second, by attempts.

Stanislav Yemelyanov wins at World Junior Championships
11.07.2008
Stanislav Yemelyanov won the menís 10.000m RW at the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics in Bydgoszcz today. He set a course record of 39:35.01. Aleksey Bartsaykin finished fourth clocking 41:14.90.

Yelena Soboleva clocks 3:56.59 in Moscow
11.07.2008
World Indoor record holder Yelena Soboleva achieved a World season best of 3:56.59 in the womenís 1500m at the Moscow Open Cup (Kuts Memorial) yesterday.

Rybakov and Zadorina place second in Thessaloniki
10.07.2008
Yaroslav Rybakov placed second in the menís high jump at yesterdayís athletics meeting in Thessaloniki, Greece. He cleared 2.30m, and the winner was Stefan Holm of Sweden with 2.32m. Kseniya Zadorina finished second in the womenís 400m clocking 52.62sec.

Plus two medals in Bydgoszcz
09.07.2008
Tatyana Mineyeva and Elmira Alembekova won the gold medal and the silver one in todayís womenís 10.000m RW at the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics being held in Bydgoszcz. Mineyeva set a course record of 43:24.72 and Alembekova set a personal best of 43:45.16.

Russiaís first medal at World Junior Championships
08.07.2008
Aleksandr Bulanov won Russiaís first medal at the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics which started in Bydgoszcz, Poland today. He achieved 20.14 in the menís 6kg shot put placing second.

Klyugina nad Tarasova win in Sweden
08.07.2008
Viktoriya Klyugina won the womenís high jump at todayís athletics meeting held in Sollentuna, Sweden. She cleared 1.92m. Irina Tarasova won the womenís shot put achieving 18.03m.

Sergey Makarov wins in Finland
06.07.2008
Sergey Makarov wont the menís javelin throw at an athletics meeting held in Kuortane, Finland, He achieved 86.88m beating World Champion Tero Pitkamaki with 85.81.

Soboleva clocks 1:55.7h
06.07.2008
World Champion and Indoor record holder Yelena Soboleva started her season at the Russian Cup in Tula. Yelena won the womenís 800m clocking 1:55.7 hand timed. This time is the World second mark behind Kenyaís Pamela Jelimo with 1:54.99.

Svetlana Feofanova gets started
06.07.2008
Svetlana Feofanova won the womenís pole vault at her season first meeting of the IAAF Grand Prix series held in Madrid. She cleared 4.75m ahead of Tatyana Polnova (4.65) and Yuliya Golubchikova (4.60).

Tatyana Polnova wins in Spain
03.07.2008
Tatyana Polnova won the womenís pole vault at the XXXVI Gran Premio Diputacion de Salamanca athletics meeting held in Spain. She cleared 4.70m.

Pole vaulters take podium in Milan
03.07.2008
Anastasiya Shvedova won the womenís pole vault at yesterdayís Notturna di Milano athletics meeting in Italy achieving 4.65 m. The second place and third one were taken by Russians as well: Yuliya Golubchikova (4.60) and Aleksandra Kiryshova (4.40). Irina Tarasova won the womenís shot put with 18.45.

Lukyanenko joins 6-metre club
02.07.2008
Bydgoszcz, Poland - With multiple World champions in attendance, a brand new track and excellent weather conditions, the Tamex Cup European Athletics Festival in Bydgoszcz was bound to provide world-class performances. And the stars did not disappoint. Two results in jumping results stood out Ė Yevgeniy Lukyanenko won the menís pole vault with a new personal best of 6.01 and Blanka Vlasic triumphed in the womenís high jump with a clearance of 2.05.

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