Sponsorship opportunity

Aleksey VOYEVODIN

Aleksey Voyevodin - Russia - Silver medals at World & European 50km race walks.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 12 August 2005

Click on image to enlarge

    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 09 August 1970
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Marat, Penza Region
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Russia
They need your supprt. If the Cap fits wear it Buy the T shirt. Help support the Charity. A priceless photographic heritage. Support

Aleksey VOYEVODIN - Russia - Silver medals at World & European 50km race walks.

Aleksey is pictured above during the men's 50km Walk at the 2005 World Championships

in Helsinki. He won the silver medal in a time of 3: 38.08,

behind compatriot Sergey Kirdyapkin.


 

Men's 50km. Road Walk

2005 World Athletics Championships


1. Sergey KIRDYAPKIN   RUS   3: 38: 08
2. Aleksey VOYEVODIN   RUS   3: 41: 25
3. Alex SCHWAZER   ITA   3: 41: 54
4. Trond NYMARK   NOR   3: 44: 04
5. Chengliang ZHAO   CHI   3: 44: 45
6. Omar ZEPEDA   MEX   3: 49: 01
7. Roman MAGDZIARCZYK   POL   3: 49: 55
8. Yuki YAMAZAKI   JAP   3: 51: 15

 

 

Aleksey Voyevodin  is pictured above with his 50km Walk bronze medal at the

2004 Olympics in Athens.   Photo G. Herringshaw.27th. August 2004.

.

Men's 50km. Walk

2002 European Athletics Championships


1 Robert Korzeniowski   Pol   3: 36: 39
2 Aleksey Voyevodin   Rus   3: 40: 16
3 Jose Garcia   Spa   3: 44: 33
4 German Skurygin   Rus   3: 48: 58
5 Trond Nymark   Nor   3: 50: 16
6 Denis Langlois   Fra   3: 50: 47
7 Aleksander Rakovic   Yug   3: 52: 17
8 Francesco Galdenzi   Ita   3: 52: 17

 

 

Men's 50km. Walk

Olympic Games 2004


1. Robert Korzeniowski   POL   3: 38.46
2. Denis Nizhegorodov   RUS   3: 42.50
3. Aleksey Voyevodin   RUS   3: 43.34
4. Caohong Yu   CHN   3: 43.45
5. Jesus Angel Garcia   SPA   3: 44.42
6. Roman Magdziarczyk   POL   3: 48.11
7. Grzegorz Sudol   POL   3: 49.09
8. Santiago Perez   SPA   3: 49.48

 

On 5th. August 2008, Voyevodin and training partners Sergey Morozov, Viktor Burayev, and Vladimir Kanaykin,

all coached by Viktor Chegin, were banned from competition, following a positive EPO test.

The positive tests were conducted in April 2008 and evidenced systematic doping.