Russiaís women move into commanding lead.
Russia extended its lead at the top of the SPAR European Cup womenís competition to more than 20 points on the second day with a haul of four wins and two second places from todayís 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 Ė 8.15m in Rivas.
Vitali Shkurlatov set a Russian season best of 8.15 m, when he won the menís 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.
Sergei Makarov is the new leader in the Menís 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.
Maria Koroteeva and Sergei Kliugin took third places in their events at the Spitzen Leichtathletik, held in Switzerlandís city of Luzern yesterday. Bolikova clocked 11.54 seconds in the womenís 100 meters and Kliugin cleared 2.21 meters in the menís high jump.

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

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

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

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

Stars lineup in womenís pole vault at 30th Athletissima.
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.
Olympic bronze medalist Sergei Makarov achieved a world leading of 88.84m on his first attempt in the menís javelin throw at the Golden Spike, this yearís second meeting of the IAAF Super Grand Prix, held in Czechís Ostrava yesterday.

Russian team for SPAR European Cup.
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.
Olympic champion Olga Kuzenkova toped the IAAF World Hammer Throw Event Rankings. She has now 1277 scores, that is 9 scores more than Yipsi Morenoís scores.

Tatiana Levina wins in Chania.
Tatiana Levina won the womenís 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 womenís triple jump with 14.27m.

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

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

Tatiana Levina and Yelena Oleinikova first in Sevilla.
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 womenís 400m and 13.96m in the womenís triple jump correspondingly. Olga Kotliarova was second in the womenís 800m with 2.00,50min.

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

Russian team dominate in Glasgow.
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.
Yekaterina Aleksandrova cleared 1.93 and won the high jump at the Women Gala in Filothei, Greece. Tatiana Ivanova won the long jump Ė 6.63m.

Danil Burkenia third at Memorial Primo Nebiolo.
Olympic bronze medalist Danil Burkenia placed third in the menís 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.
Yelena Oleinikova placed third with 14.18m in the womenís triple jump at the THALES-FBK Games, an IAAF Prand Prix Games yesterday. Nadezhda Bazhenova was fourth with 14.17m.

Luchís women team wins its 9th European Champion Clubs Cup.
The women team of the Luch sports club Moscow became the winner of the European Champion Clubs Cup in 9th time in Portugalís city of Lagos this weekend. It scored 125 points. The Luch men team, the previous yearís winner, placed second behind the Fiamme Gialle club (Italy) with 113 points.

Aleksandr Pogorelov third at Hypo meeting in Goetzic.
Aleksandr Pogorelov achieved a personal best of 8429 points in the decathlon having taken the third place at the Hypo meeting in Goetzic, Austria, yesterday.

Natalia Sadova and Sergei Makarov win in Dessau.
Natalia Sadova won the womenís discus throw with a World best of 66.29m at the Anhalt 2005 meet in Germanyís city of Dessau. Sergei Makarov won in the menís javelin throw with 86.43m, this seasonís third result.

Lebedeva and Sadova win in Doha.
Tatiana Labedeva and Natalia Sadova won their events at the Qatar Athletics Super Grand Prix, this yearís first IAAF Super Grand Prix meeting, held yesterday in Qatarís city of Doha.

Albina Ivanova wins third Mini-Marathon title.
Albina Ivanova became the first three-time womenís winner of the Mini-Marathon in Indianapolis. She ran the half marathon course in 1 hour, 13 minutes, 35 seconds - more than two minutes slower than her course record from 2003. Ivanova acknowledged the race was "very difficult".

Russians second at Penn Relays.
Russian team (Svetlana Pospelova, Yulia Pechenkina, Olga Kotliarova and Olesia Zykina) took the second place at the Penn Relays, held on 30 April in the Philadelphia (USA), with 3.25,64min.

Larisa Malikova sets new Madrid marathon record.
Larisa Malikova set a new course record of the Madrid marathon of 2:33.27 hours last sunday.

Russian Women place fourth at WCCC.
Russian Women team placed fourth in the short race at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, held in Saint-Etienne, France this weekend.

Russians win 5 European Cup Winter Throwing.
The Russian team won the 5th European Cup Winter Throwing, held in Mersin, Turkey, during the last weekend. Russia took 16936 points, while Germany placed second with 16441 and Italy was in third Ė 15807.

Isinbayeva vaults 4.90 World Indoor Record.
For the fourth time in as many competitions this winter, Yelena Isinbayeva added yet another centimetre to the World Indoor record in the Pole Vault to cap a thoroughly entertaining and fiercely competitive final day at the European Indoor Championships in the Spanish capital.

Isinbayeva breaks World Indoor record in Birmingham.
Yelena Isinbayevaís twelfth World Pole Vault record came almost as a matter of course at the Norwich Union Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham.

Russian team for Madrid.
Preliminary list of Russian team for the 28th European Indoor Championships, you can find here.

Russian Indoor, Day One.
Russian Indoor Championships started in the city of Volgograd yesterday. During the Day Oneís competitions, there were six finals, in the 60m, the 3000m and the Shot Put.

Igor Pavlov clears 5.80m in Potsdam.
World Indoor champion Igor Pavlov won the menís pole vault at the Internationales Stabhochspringen meeting in Potsdam, Germany. He repeated his personal best of 5.80 and topped the Russiaís top list.

Yaroslav Rybakov repeats Russian Indoor record in Anrstadt.
Yaroslav Rybakov repeated the Russian Indoor record of 2.37m in the menís high jump at the Hochsprung mit Musik meeting in Germanyís Arnstadt yesterday. Anna Chicherova set the World Indoor best of 2.00m and became the first female athlete in the event who cleared 2 meters.

Yaroslav Rybakov repeats World seasonís best of 2.35.
Yaroslav Rybakov repeated the World seasonís best of 2.35 m in the menís high jump at the Eurojump meeting, held in Goteborg (Sweden) yesterday. His achievement is the Russian seasonís best too.

Olga Kaliturina wins at Beskydska latka.
After her win at the Hustopecske skakani, Olga Kaliturina won at the Beskydska latka, the second meeting of the Moravska vyskarska tour, with clearance of 1,94m.

Aleksei Dmitrik - 2,30 in Wuppetal.
Aleksei Dmitrik cleared 2,30m at Springer-Meeting in Wuppertal (Germany), placing second. Andrei Sokolovski of Ukraine won the meeting with 2,33.

Russian women took first three places in Houston.
Olga Romanova was the top woman in the Aramco Houston Half Marathon (16 January) with a time of 1:12:36. Fellow countrymen Liudmila Korchagina (1:12.55) and Firaia Sultanova-Zhdanova (1:13.26) finished in second and third place, respectively.

Olga Glok finishes second in Greece
Olga Glok finished second at the 28th Athens Classic Marathon (IAAF Gold Label Road Race) held in Greece.


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