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Elena GOVOROVA

Elena Govorova - Ukraine - Triple Jump bronzes at 1997 Worlds & 2000 Olympics.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 24 September 2000

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 18 September 1973
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Odessa ZS, Ukraine
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Ukraine
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Elena GOVOROVA - Ukraine - Triple Jump bronzes at 1997 Worlds & 2000 Olympics.

Elena Gororova is pictured above during the final of the womens Triple Jump at the 2000

Olympic Games in Sydney. She produced a fine performance to win the bronze medal

with a leap of 14.96m, just 4cm back on the silver medallist, Russia's Tatyana Lebedeva.

It was the second medal that Elena had won at a major championship,

having also won bronze at the 1997 World Championships in Athens.


OLENA HOVOROVA is some times given as her name




Women's Triple Jump Final

World Athletics

Championships 1997


1. Sarka Kasparkova   CZE   15.20m   WL  
2. Rodica Petrescu-Mateescu   ROM   15.16m
3. Elena GOVOROVA   UKR   14.67m   PB  
4. Olga-Anastas'a Vasdeki   GRE   14.62m
5. Ashia Hansen   GBR   14.49m
6. Tereza Marinova   BUL   14.34m
7. Jelena Blazevica   LAT   14.06m
8. Betty Lise   FRA   14.0m

 

Womens Triple Jump Final

Olympic Games 2000





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1. Tereza Marinova   BUL   15.20
2. Tatyana Lebedeva   RUS   15.00
3. Elena GOVOROVA   UKR   14.96  PB
4. Yamile Aldama   CUB   14.30
5. Baya Rahouli   ALG   14.17
6. Cristina Nicolau   ROM   14.17
7. Olga-Anastasi Vasdeki   GRE   14.15
8. Oxana Rogova   RUS   13.97

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ANNUAL PROGRESS TRIPLE JUMP.

 

2004     14.78     +1.1     Bydgoszcz     19 JUN
2003     14.81     +1.2     Villeneuve-d'Ascq     15 JUN
2002     14.54      -0.3     Tula (Arsenal Stadium)     09 JUN
2001     14.33     +0.8     Rieti     02 SEP
2000     14.96     +0.7     Sydney 24 SEP  (PB)
1999     14.66     +1.1     Bruxelles     03 SEP
1998     14.51      -0.1     Nice     16 JUL
1997     14.67     +0.7     Athína  04 AUG
1996     14.60     +1.0     Atlanta  29 JUL
1995     14.07     +0.5     Göteborg 10 AUG
1994     14.22     +0.4     Lillehammer     30 JUL
1993     13.09     +1.0     Kyiv     16 MAY
1992     13.43     +1.1     Nikolayev     01 AUG
1991     13.10                 Krasnodar     02 JUN
1990     12.70                 Sverdlovsk     31 JUL