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Three Russian wins in Banska Bysrtica
28.08.2006
Russian athletes won three events at the Athletic Bridge meeting held on 28 August in Slovak city of Banska Bystrica. Tatyana Lysenko won the hammer throw with 75.07m, Andrey Tereshin won the high jump with 2.31m and Andrey Farnosov won the 3000mSt with 8:33.41.

Anna Pyatykh wins in Rieti
28.08.2006
Gothenburg Bronze medalist Anna Pyatykh won the Rieti 2006, an IAAF Grand Prix meeting, held in Italy yesterday. She improved the previous meeting record by 1cm with a leap to 14.74m.

Yelena Isinbayeva wins at Memorial Van Damme
26.08.2006
Olympic Champion Yelena Isinbayeva won the womens pole vault at the 30th Memorial Van Damme, an IAAF Golden League meeting, held in Brussels yesterday.

Russian team for Russian Challenge
24.08.2006
Russian team for the 2006 Russian Challenge, which will be held in Moscow on 2 September, has been named today.

Silnov improves to 2.37
21.08.2006
Andrey Silnov won the mens high jump with a World season lead at the Herculis 2006 - IAAF Super Grand Prix held in Monaco yesterday.

Russians win in Birmingham
20.08.2006
Russian team won at the Norwich Union International in Birmingham scoring 349 points in total. USA placed second with 312.5 points, Great Britain was third with 269 and China was fourth with 158.5.

Russians took silver in 4x400m
20.08.2006
Russian team took the silver medal in the mens 4x400m Relay at the 11th IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing setting a new national junior record of 3:05.13.

Russian team leads in Birmingham
20.08.2006
Russian athletes are leading after Day 1 of the Norwich Union International, a GBR-CHN-RUS-USA match, being held in Birmingham this weekend. Our team scored 165 points, USA 143, GBR 129, CHN 73.

Three medals more
19.08.2006
Russian athletes won yet another three medals at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing today. Tatyana Chernova won the heptathlon with a World Junior lead of 6227 points. Yana Panteleyeva took bronze with 5979 points. Leonid Kivalov placed third in the mens pole vault cleared 5.42 meters.

Tatyana Shemyakina wins silver
19.08.2006
Tatyana Shemyakina finished second in the womens 10000mRW at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing this morning. She clocked 45:34.41. Vera Sokolova was fourth with 46:58.21.

Olga Kotlyarova wins in Zurich
19.08.2006
This years European Champion Olga Kotlyarova won the womens 800 meters at the Weltklasse, an IAAF Golden League meeting, in Zurich, clocking 1:58.69 minutes.

Russians two wins at World Juniors
18.08.2006
Russian athletes won two events at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Beijing (China) today. Yevgeniy Aydamirov set a new championships record of 78.42 m in the mens 6kg hammer throw and Yekaterina Shtepa clocked a World Junior season lead of 13.33sec in the womens 100mH.

Arkadiy Vasilyev wins Decathlon
17.08.2006
Arkadiy Vasilyev won the mens Decathlon Junior at the IAAF World Junior Championships being hold in Beijing. He set a new Course Record of 8059 points. Sergey Dorofeyev placed fourth with 7518 points.

Tatyana Lysenko sets new World record
15.08.2006
Tatyana Lysenko has set a new World record of 77.80 meters in the womens hammer throw at the Tallinn 2006 meeting being hold in Estonia. She bettered her previous World record by 39cm!

Womens 1500m final: Tomashova triumphs again
13.08.2006
Tatyana Tomashova and Yuliya Chizhenko continued the dominance of Russias women in Göteborg by taking the gold and silver medals in the 1500m. The Russians were only denied a clean sweep by the strength of the Bulgarian Daniela Yordanova who overtook the third Russian, Yelena Soboleva, in the finishing straight.

Womens 4x400m final: Russia cruise it
13.08.2006
There were no surprises in the final of the womens 4x400m final as Russia fulfilled all the predictions in style, walking away with the gold in a time of 3:25.12.

Womens pole vault final: Isinbayeva takes seven jumps to gold
12.08.2006
It took just seven jumps, including qualification, for Yelena Isinbayeva (RUS) to claim gold in the Ullevi stadium with a new championship record of 4.80m. From the start, the only hope any of her rivals had was if she had a disaster in the rain that was steadily falling. A minor hiccup at 4.70m when she dislodged the bar on the way up offered a glimmer of hope, but it was just as suddenly extinguished at the second attempt.

Womens 800m final: Kotlyarova flies to gold
10.08.2006
She ran her first 800m for fun two years ago, but the final in the European championships was in deadly earnest as Olga Kotlyarova (RUS) brought off the coup of the week to take gold in 1:57.38.

Womens Discus final: Pishchalnikova pinches gold
10.08.2006
Youth trumped experience in the womens discus final tonight when 21-year-old Darya Pishchalnikova, of Russia, denied Franka Dietzsch her second European title.

Women triple jump final: Lebedeva leaves it late
09.08.2006
An explosive start from the Olympic silver medallist Hrisopiyi Devetzí almost brought the Greek athlete her first major championship title. But a magnificent last-round leap, by the pre-event favourite Tatyana Lebedeva (picture) brought the Russian her first European gold medal instead.

Womens hammer final: Lysenko does it in style
08.08.2006
The predictions were confirmed as world record holder Tatyana Lysenko (RUS) took gold in regal style, smashing the championship record twice to leave it at a massive 76.67m, more than three and a half metres further than the old mark held by her compatriot Olga Kuzenkova.

Abitova steps down in distance to take gold in classy 10,000
08.08.2006
A riveting 10,000m European Athletics Championship final was won by the Russian No2, Inga Abitova, in 30:31.42 in a race led by Netherlands Lornah Kiplagat for all of 9,500m. In a big surprise, Norways Susanne Wigene (30:32.36) came sprinting through for silver, while bronze went to another Russian, Lidiya Grigoryeva (30:32.72). Twelve of the top 20, including all the medallists, set personal bests in the race.

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