Lidia CHOJECKA

Lidia Chojecka - Poland - European Indoor 1500 & 3000m Championship.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 06 March 2011

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 25 January 1977
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Siedlce, Poland
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  • Poland
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Lidia CHOJECKA - Poland - European Indoor 1500 & 3000m Championship.

 

Women's 3000m. Final. 2011 European Indoor Championships.

 

1. Helen CLITHEROE                   (GBR)  8:56.66
(   Olesya SYREVA                       (RUS)  8:56.69 disqualied doping)
2. Lidia CHOJEKA                        (POL)  8:58.30
3. Layes ABDULLAYEVA             (AZE)  9:00.37
4. Dolores CHECA                         (ESP)  9:02.18
5. Natalya TOBIAS                         (UKR)  9:02.94 

 

 

Lidia is pictured above winning the gold medal in the women's 1500m at the 2007 European Indoor

Athletics Championships in Birmingham. The following day Chojecka won the gold in the

3,000m to complete a memorable middle distance double for the Polish athlete.

Photos G. Herringshaw 4th. march 2007 ©


 

Women's 1500m Final

2007 European Indoor Championships


1. Lidia Chojecka   POL   4: 05.13
2. Natalya Pantelyeva   RUS   4: 06.04
3. Olesya Chumakova   RUS   4: 06.48
4. Helen Clitheroe   GBR   4: 08.60
5. Mayte Martinez   ESP   4: 09.18
6. Nataliya Tobias   UKR   4: 09.62
7. Sonja Roman   SLO   4: 11.57
8. Cristina Vasiloiu   ROM   4: 13.63

 

 

Women's 3000m Final

2007 European Indoor Championships


1. Lidia Chojecka   POL   8: 43.25
2. Marta Dominguez   ESP   8: 44.40
3. Silvia Weissteiner   ITA   8: 44.81
4. Sabrina Mockenhaupt   GER   8: 45.77
5. Lisa Dobriskey   GBR   8: 47.25
6. Jo Pavey   GBR   8: 54.94
7. Mary Cullen   IRL   9: 00.42
8. Dolores Checa   ESP   9: 04.83

 

 

 

Photo G. Herringshaw 28th August 2004. ©

 

Lidia Chojecka is pictured above (no. 2686) during the 1500m final at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.

She finished in sixth place with the medals going to Kelly Holmes (1809),

Tatyana Tomashova (2949) and Maria Cioncan (yellow vest behind Tomashova).


 

Women's 1500m Final

World Athletics Champs 2001


1. Gabriela SZABO   ROM   4.00.57
2. Violeta SZEKELY   ROM   4.01.70
3. Natalya GORELOVA   RUS   4.02.40
4. Carla SACRAMENTO   POR   4.03.96
5. Lidia CHOJECKA   POL   4.06.70
6. Natalia RODRIGUEZ   SPA   4.07.10
7. Alesya TUROVA   BEL   4.07.25
8. Sureyya AYHAN   TUR   4.08.17

 

 

Women's 1500m Final

Olympic Games 2004


1. Kelly Holmes   GBR   3: 57.90
2. Tatyana Tomashova   RUS   3: 58.12
3. Maria Cioncan   ROM   3: 58.39
4. Natalya Yevdokimova   RUS   3: 59.05
5. Daniela Yordanova   BGR   3: 59.10
6. Lidia Chojecka   POL   3: 59.27
7. Anna Jakubczak   POL   4: 00.15
8. Elvan Abeylegesse   TUR   4: 00.67