Synonyms for marta_jeschke or Related words with marta_jeschke

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Examples of "marta_jeschke"
Marta Jeschke (born 2 June 1986 in Wejherowo) is a Polish sprinter who specializes in the 200 metres. Her personal best time is 23.19 seconds, achieved in June 2008 in Rostock. She has best of 11.33 seconds in the 100 metres, which she set in Kraków in 2011.
Klocek represented Poland at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 4x100 metres relay together with Daria Korczyńska, Dorota Jedrusinska and Marta Jeschke. In their first round heat they placed fifth behind Belgium, Great Britain, Brazil and Nigeria. Their time of 43.47 seconds was the second best non-directly qualifying time and the seventh time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they replaced Jeschke with Joanna Henryka Kocielnik. In the final they were eventually disqualified.
Jędrusińska represented Poland at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 4x100 metres relay together with Daria Korczyńska, Ewelina Klocek and Marta Jeschke. In their first round heat they placed fifth behind Belgium, Great Britain, Brazil and Nigeria. Their time of 43.47 seconds was the second best non-directly qualifying time and the seventh time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they replaced Jeschke with Joanna Henryka Kocielnik. In the final they were eventually disqualified.
Kocielnik represented Poland at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 4 x 100 metres relay together with Daria Korczyńska, Dorota Jędrusińska and Marta Jeschke. In their first round heat (without Kocielnik) they placed fifth behind Belgium, Great Britain, Brazil and Nigeria. Their time of 43.47 seconds was the second best non-directly qualifying time and the seventh time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they replaced Jeschke with Kocielnik. In the final they were eventually disqualified.
As a competitor for Olimpia Poznań, Ceglarek won the gold medal in the 2005 European Athletics Junior Championships in Kaunas in 2005, where the Polish 4 x 100 m relay team consisting of Agnieszka Ceglarek, Marika Popowicz, Marta Jeschke, and Iwona Brzezińska took first place. She also won the bronze medal in the 2007 European Athletics Junior Championships in Hengelo in 2007, where the Polish 4 x 100 m relay team of Martyna Książek, Marika Popowicz, Agnieszka Ceglarek, and Weronika Wedler took third place. Ceglarek is also the runner up for the 4 x 100 m relay in the 2009 European Athletics U23 Championships in Kaunas in 2009, where the Polish team of Agnieszka Ceglarek, Marika Popowicz, Ewelina Ptak, and Weronika Wedler took second place with a time of 43.90 s.
Popowicz-Drapała won senior medals for the first time in 2009 at an International Military Sports Council competition: she won the bronze in the 100 m and silver in the 200 m behind Marta Jeschke at the 2009 World Military Track and Field Championship . Representing Poland at the 2009 European Team Championships, she finished fifth overall in the 100 m. She won a relay silver medal with the Polish team at the 2009 Summer Universiade and repeated the feat at the 2009 European Athletics U23 Championships (where she also won bronze medals in the 100 and 200 m events). She was selected for the 100 metres at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics, but did not start.
Korczynska represented Poland at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 100 metres sprint and placed third in her first round heat after Oludamola Osayomi and Debbie Ferguson in a time of 11.22 seconds. She qualified for the second round in which she failed to qualify for the semi finals as her time of 11.41 was the fifth time of her race. Together with Ewelina Klocek, Dorota Jędrusińska and Marta Jeschke she also took part in the 4x100 metres relay. In their first round heat they placed fifth behind Belgium, Great Britain, Brazil and Nigeria. Their time of 43.47 seconds was the second best non-directly qualifying time and the seventh time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they replaced Jeschke with Joanna Henryka Kocielnik. In the final they were eventually disqualified.
Competing at her first Olympic Games at the age of 21, Diane Borg was notable for carrying the flag of Malta at the closing ceremony. She qualified for the London Games as a wildcard entrant, because her fastest time of 11.89 seconds, set at the 2011 Games of the Small States of Europe, was 0.51 seconds slower than the "B" qualifying standard for the women's 100 metres. She stated that it was "a great feeling" that she would be representing Malta and every person hoping that she would perform well. Borg took part in the event's second heat on 3 August, finishing third out of eight entrants, with a time of 12 seconds. Her finishing position allowed her to advance to the first round as the slowest qualifier. Borg was drawn in the second heat of the first round, held on the same day, finishing eighth (and last) of all competitors, with a time of 11.92 seconds. She finished behind Marta Jeschke from Poland (11.42 seconds) and Yuliya Balykina of Bulgaria (11.70 seconds) in a heat led by eventual silver medallist Carmelita Jeter of the United States (10.83 seconds). She finished 53rd out of 78 runners overall, and was unable to advance to the semi-finals because her time was 0.58 seconds slower than the slowest athlete who progressed to the next stage.