Synonyms for galina_malchugina or Related words with galina_malchugina

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Examples of "galina_malchugina"
Yuliya Igorevna Chermoshanskaya (; born 6 January 1986 in Bryansk, Russian SFSR) is a Russian track and field athlete. She competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 4x100 metres relay. She is the daughter of former sprinter Galina Malchugina.
She competed for the USSR in the 1988 Summer Olympics held in Seoul, South Korea in the 4 x 100 metres where she won the bronze medal with her team mates Lyudmila Kondratyeva, Galina Malchugina and Natalya Pomoshchnikova.
She competed for the Unified Team at the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona, Spain in the 4 x 100 metres where she won the silver medal with her team mates Olga Bogoslovskaya, Galina Malchugina and Irina Privalova. She is married to the former pole vaulter Igor Trandenkov.
She competed for the Unified Team at the age of 28 in the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona, Spain in the 4 x 100 metres with her team mates Galina Malchugina, Marina Trandenkova and Irina Privalova who had finished third in the 100 metres. Her record was a time of 42.16, and she received a silver medal- second only to the United States team of Evelyn Ashford, Esther Jones, Carlette Guidry, Gwen Torrence, and Michelle Finn, who received a time of 42.11. Her medal contributed to the other 111 medals that the Unified Team received, making them the highest earning team in the 1992 Olympics.
As Natalya Pomoshchnikova, she won the 1984 Soviet Championship 100 m title (tied with irina Slyusar). Four years later, she competed for the Soviet Union at the 1988 Olympic Games held in Seoul, South Korea, where she finished sixth in the 100 metres final and won a bronze medal in the 4 x 100 meters relay with her team mates Lyudmila Kondratyeva, Galina Malchugina and Marina Zhirova. In 1992, now competing under her married name of Voronova, she won the 100 metres at the IAAF World Cup in Havana and also finished second in the 200 metres behind Marie-Jose Perec. In 1993, she won a World Championship gold in the 4 × 100 m relay for Russia. She also finished sixth in both the 100 m and 200m finals. At her second Olympics in 1996, she again finished sixth in the 100 metres final. She concluded her international career by competing at her third Olympics in 2000.
This was a race between three strong teams with many athletes at their peak. From the gun, Alice Brown was out fastest for the USA in lane 6, almost making up the stagger on Zvetanka Ilieva leading off for Bulgaria on her outside. Meanwhile East German star, 1987 World Champion Silke Möller was losing ground in lane 5 as Soviet Lyudmila Kondratyeva was gaining in lane 4. All the handoffs were efficient before both Kerstin Behrendt and Galina Malchugina closed the gap on the American Sheila Echols on the second leg. The American handoff to the year's phenom, world record holder Florence Griffith-Joyner was safe but not particularly efficient, the East German underhanded pass to Ingrid Auerswald is a textbook demonstration of an efficient handoff, and gave East Germany the lead. It would still be expected that the way FloJo dominated the sprint events, she would be able to pull away from Auerswald, but running the longer distance around the turn she only made a marginal gain and Marina Zhirova also put the Soviet team in close contention. Both the Soviet team and East German teams executed efficient handoffs, leaving Natalya Pomoshchnikova just slightly behind 1983 World Champion Marlies Goehr. The American handoff was not as efficient as Griffith-Joyner ran up on veteran anchor Evelyn Ashford leaving USA two metres behind. Pomoshchnikova accelerated and was able to pull even with Goehr while Ashford was in full stride and gaining. 50 metres from the finish it was three abreast across the center of the track. Ashford won the 1984 Olympic championship in the absence of the boycotting East Germans and Soviets, specifically Goehr. Here they were head to head. Pomoshchnikova's hamstring seized suddenly she was limping in pain. Ashford continued right past Goehr to a meter and a half victory and redemption. The three teams were so far ahead of the rest of the world, Pomoshchnikova was able to limp across the finish line ahead of the West German team for the bronze medal.