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(born 10 March 1981, Tarnów) is a retired Polish sprint athlete.
She finished fifth at the 2005 Summer Universiade in Izmir and sixth at the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Moscow, the latter in an indoor personal best indoor time of 2:02.39 minutes. She won a bronze medal in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 2006 European Championships, together with teammates
, Grażyna Prokopek and Anna Jesień.
Kallinikou represented Cyprus at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed for the women's 400 metres. She ran in the seventh and final heat against seven other athletes, including Jamaica's Shericka Williams and Russia's Tatiana Firova. She finished the race in fifth place by four tenths of a second (0.40) ahead of Poland's
, with a time of 52.40 seconds. Kallinikou, however, failed to advance into the semi-finals, as she placed twenty-sixth overall, and was ranked below three mandatory slots for the next round.
Jolanta Kajtoch (née Wójcik; born June 2, 1984 in Lipinki, Świecie County) is a Polish sprinter, who specialized in the 400 metres. Wojcik competed for the women's 4 × 400 m relay at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, along with her teammates Grażyna Prokopek, Anna Jesień, and
. She ran on the second leg of the first heat, with an individual-split time of 51.72 seconds. Wojcik and her team finished the relay in sixth place for a total time of 3:28.23, failing to advance into the final.
University of Iowa student Kineke Alexander qualified for the 400 m sprint, an event in which she earned eight all-American honors during college competitions. Her participation in the Beijing Olympics marked her Olympic debut. At the Games Alexander competed in the first round of the event on 16 August. She was placed in Heat 6 and ranked fourth, completing the race in 52.87 seconds. She was 0.01 seconds faster than Grenada's Trish Bartholomew (5th place), 0.10 seconds slower than Sudan's Nawal El Jack (3rd place), and 1.35 seconds slower than heat leader Novelene Williams of Jamaica. Overall, in the first round, Alexander ranked 32 out of 50 competitors, finishing just ahead of Bartholomew and India's Mandeep Kaur and just behind Poland's
. The overall round one leader, the United States' Sanya Richards, ran 2.33 seconds faster than Alexander. Alexander did not advance to the semifinal round, as she was neither in the top three places in her given heat nor in the top three fastest of those who did fall below third place in their heats.
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