Synonyms for vira_rebryk or Related words with vira_rebryk

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Examples of "vira_rebryk"
In the under-23 section, Yury Shayunou's hammer throw of 78.59 m would have ranked him third in the senior competition. Meanwhile, in the under-23 women's javelin, the world junior record holder Vira Rebryk won by almost five metres.
Ozoliņa-Kovala is coached by Valentīna Eiduka. In 2006, she competed at the World Junior Championships, reached the final and finished in sixth place. She won the silver medal at the 2007 European Junior Championships, finishing second only to Ukraine's Vira Rebryk.
The competition featured men's and women's contests in shot put, discus throw, javelin throw and hammer throw. In addition to the senior competitions, there were also under-23 events for younger athletes. The first day of events was affected by poor weather, but Hungarian Olympic hammer thrower Krisztián Pars produced a series of throws over 79 metres, with a best of 79.84 m to win the men's event. Vira Rebryk won the under-23 women's javelin, while runner-up Liina Laasma broke the Estonian junior record. On the second day, eighteen-year-old javelin thrower Zigismunds Sirmais won the men's senior gold medal with a world junior record mark of 84.47 m. Turkey's Fatih Avan set a national record in the javelin to win in the under-23 section.