Synonyms for angela_moroşanu or Related words with angela_moroşanu

ewelina_sętowska              alenka_bikar              kristina_žumer              antonina_yefremova              marina_kislova              natallia_safronnikava              ancuța_bobocel              ilona_usovich              zuzanna_radecka              karin_mayr              anzhela_kravchenko              ionela_târlea              jitka_bartoničková              irina_krakoviak              yuliya_tabakova              natalia_rusakova              larisa_kruglova              anna_jesień              petya_pendareva              lucie_škrobáková              johanna_manninen              denisa_ščerbová              marina_tomić              hanna_titimets              maria_aurora_salvagno              georgia_kokloni              natalya_ignatova              tatyana_veshkurova              sviatlana_usovich              lenka_masná              nataliya_pyhyda              tetyana_petlyuk              sonata_tamošaitytė              marina_trandenkova              vania_stambolova              naděžda_koštovalová              monika_bejnar              viatkina              yevgeniya_polyakova              denisa_rosolová              flora_redoumi              sandra_gomis              daria_onyśko              olha_zemlyak              ewelina_ptak              helena_fuchsová              kseniya_ustalova              brigita_langerholc              inna_eftimova              zuzana_bergrová             



Examples of "angela_moroşanu"
In the four major championships between 2004 and 2008, the twelve available medals were won by eleven different athletes. Yuliya Pechonkina was the only athlete to reach the podium twice in that period, having won the 2005 World Championships and won the silver at the same event two years later. With such a quick turnover, it was expected that new athletes would again be possible medallists, especially as Pechonkina and reigning champion Jana Pittman-Rawlinson had withdrawn prior to the competition. However, 2005 medallist Lashinda Demus appeared to be a likely contender, having set the world-leading time of 52.63 seconds a month before the competition (significantly faster than any other athlete at that point in the season). Angela Moroşanu, Josanne Lucas were amongst the season's fastest hurdlers, but the gold and silver medallists from the Beijing Olympics, Melaine Walker and Sheena Tosta had not shown strong form.