Maksim TARASOV

Maksim Tarasov - Russia - Gold medal at 1999 World Championships.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 26 August 1999

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Wednesday, 02 December 1970
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Yaroslavl, Russia.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • C.I.S.
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Maksim TARASOV - Russia - Gold medal at 1999 World Championships.

Maksim Tarasov celebrates his Gold medal at the 1999 World Championships for Russia.

He had won two silver medals and two bronze medals at previous championships.

He best leap was 6.05m

 

Men's Pole Vault final.

European Athletics Championships 1998

 
1. Maksim TARASOV   RUS   5.81
2. Tim LOBINGER   GER   5.81
3. Jean GALFIONE   FRA   5.76
4. Danny ECKER   GER   5.76
5. Khalid LACHHEB   FRA   5.60
6. Andrej TIWONTSCHIK   GER   5.50

 

 

Men's Pole Vault Final.

World Athletics Championships 1999

 
1. Maksim TARASOV   RUS   6.02m.     CR  
2. Dmitriy MARKOV   AUS   5.90m.    
3. Aleksandr AVERBUKH   ISR   5.80m.
4.=Danny ECKER   GER   5.70m.    
4.=Nick HYSONG   USA   5.70m.    
6. Tim LOBINGER   GER   5.70m.    

 

 

Men's Pole Vault Final.

Olympic Games 2000

 
1. Nick Hysong   USA   5.90
2. Lawrence Johnson   USA   5.90
3. Maksim TARASOV   RUS   5.90
4. Michael Stolle   GER   5.90
5.=Viktor Tchistiakov   AUS   5.80
5.=Dmitri Markov   AUS   5.80

 

 

ANNUAL PROGRESS.

 

2001     5.75     Nice     09 JUL
2000     5.90     Sydney 29 SEP
1999     6.05     Athína     16 JUN
1998     5.95     Moskva     05 SEP
1997     6.00     Fukuoka     13 SEP
1997     6.00     Nice     16 JUL
1996     5.90     Milano  07 SEP
1996     5.90     Nice     10 JUL
1995     5.90     Zürich     16 AUG
1994     5.90     Moskva     31 JUL
1993     5.90     Bruxelles     03 SEP
1993     5.90     Oslo     10 JUL
1993     5.90     Århus     01 JUL
1993     5.90     Roma 09 JUN
1992     5.90     Moskva     24 JUN
1992     5.90     Saint-Denis     04 JUN
1991     5.85     Tokyo (Olympic Stadium)     29 AUG
1991     5.85     Kyiv     11 JUL
1990     5.85     Bratislava     20 JUN
1989     5.80     Bryansk     14 JUL
1988     5.60     Sudbury 28 JUL
1988     5.60     Sudbury  28 JUL
1987     5.40     La Habana     21 AUG