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Alevtina Ivanova wins 10 miles
31.08.2005
On a dismally humid and overcast morning (18,33C and 90%), the threat of rain for the 29th running of the Bobby Crim 10 mile race (27 Aug) held off until the award ceremony. The deluge of rain was so drenching, the award ceremony had to be held indoors.

Russias 6 wins in Slovakia
30.08.2005
Russian athletes took six wins during two-days Athletics Bridge meeting in Slovakian cities of Banska Bystrica and Dubnica nad Vahom. Andrei Tereshin and Olesia Krasnomovets won in their events on both days.

Russians three wins in Rieti
29.08.2005
Russian athletes won in three events at the Rieti 2005, this seasons IAAF Grand Prix last meeting, that was held in Rieti (Italy) yesterday.

One Million dollars gets ever closer
27.08.2005
Brussels, Belgium Tatyana Lebedeva, her Achilles injury problems seemingly now just part of this seasons folklore, took a confident fifth win in the TDK Golden League 2005 in the womens Triple Jump.

Tomashova and Zadorozhnaya win in Linz
24.08.2005
Russian athletes won in two events at the Intersport Gugl Meeting, held in Linz, Austria, yesterday. Tatiana Tomashova won in the womens 1000 meters with a personal best of 2:34.91 minutes, and Yelena Zadorozhnaya won in the womens 3000 meters 8:46.05 minutes.

Viacheslav Voronin jumps 2.33 in Eberstadt
22.08.2005
Viacheslav Voronin gained an excellent victory in the mens high jump at the Hochsprung-Meeting in German city of Eberstadt. He achieved a season best of 2.33m. Tatiana Kivimiagi was second in the womens division with 1.91m.

Lilia Shobukhova and Anna Chicherova place third in Sheffield
22.08.2005
Lilia Shobukhova and Anna Chicherova placed third at British Grand Prix held in Sheffield yesterday. Shobukhova clocked 15.09,11 minutes in the womens 5000m and Chicherova cleared 1.94meters in the womens high jump.

Russian team wins at Universiade 2005
21.08.2005
Russian athletes won the largest number of medals at Universiade 2005 that finished in Izmir, Turkey. Our team won 20 medals, 11 gold, 3 silver and 6 bronze, topping the medal table. Polish team won 7 medals and Chinese team won 9 ones.

Lebedeva remains in the Jackpot hunt
20.08.2005
Tatyana Lebedeva of Russia and Frances Christine Arron started this evening as the last two contenders for the TDK Golden League Jackpot of one million dollars, a share of which goes to any athlete who can win at all six series meetings and then competes at the World Athletics Final in Monaco (9 10 September).

Two medals on Day 5 at Universiade
20.08.2005
Russian athletes won two medals on Day 5 at the Universiade 2005 in Izmir yesterday. Anna Chicherova cleared 1.90 mesters in the womens high jump and won the gold medal. Nadezhda Bazhenova was third in the womens triple jump 13,90m.

Three medals on Day 4 at Universiade 2005
19.08.2005
Russian athletes won tree medals on Day 4 at Universiade 2005, being hold in Izmir (Turkey). Natalia Ivanova and Yelena Yakovleva won the gold and the silvers in the womens 200m accordingly, achieving 23.28 and 23.45 seconds. Olesia Syrieva wont the womens 1500m with 4:12.69 minutes.

Natalia Nazarova wins gold.
18.08.2005
Natalia Nazarova won the womens 400m with 51.31 seconds at Universiade 2005 in Izmir. Now, our team has 7 medals, 3 gold, 2 silver and 2 broze.

Russias 5 medals on Day 2 at Universiade 2005.
17.08.2005
Russian athletes won 5 medals (2 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze) on Day 2 of the Athletic program at the Universiade 2005 in Izmir (Turkey). Our team is placing second after China with 3 gold and 3 silver medals.

Tatiana Sibileva brings first medal to Russia on Day 1 of Universiade 2005.
16.08.2005
Athletic competitions of Universiade 2005 started in Izmir (TUR) yesterday. Tatiana Sibileva won the first medal in the womens 20km RW placing third with 1:34:16.

Yulia Pechenkina brings gold in 400mH
13.08.2005
Yulia Pechenkina won the womens 400m Hurdles, achieving a World leading of 52.90 seconds. Yulia beat Lashinda Demus from USA, setting her personal best, by 0.37 seconds.

Yekaterina Volkova brings third medal for Russia
09.08.2005
Yekarterina Volkova won the silver medal in the womens 3000mSt, achieving her personal best of 9.20,49 minutes and bringing third medal for Russia at the 10th IAAF World Championships in Helsinki yesterday.

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