Synonyms for yevgeniya_polyakova or Related words with yevgeniya_polyakova

aleksandra_fedoriva              natalya_nazarova              hrystyna_stuy              nataliya_pohrebnyak              verena_sailer              nataliya_pyhyda              denisa_rosolová              natalia_rusakova              hanna_yaroshchuk              myriam_soumaré              alenka_bikar              zuzanna_radecka              olesya_povh              antonina_yefremova              inna_eftimova              vania_stambolova              lina_grinčikaitė              yuliya_gushchina              mariya_ryemyen              natallia_safronnikava              irina_khabarova              hanna_titimets              jitka_bartoničková              alina_talay              natalya_ignatova              zuzana_bergrová              kristina_žumer              linda_ferga              marta_milani              svetlana_pospelova              angela_moroşanu              marina_trandenkova              andreea_ograzeanu              johanna_manninen              petya_pendareva              lucie_škrobáková              anna_jesień              olga_kotlyarova              laverne_jones_ferrette              sonata_tamošaitytė              glory_alozie              sviatlana_usovich              anne_zagré              maria_aurora_salvagno              abiodun_oyepitan              weronika_wedler              tatjana_pinto              ilona_usovich              denisa_ščerbová              olesya_zykina             



Examples of "yevgeniya_polyakova"
Chermoshanskaya represented Russia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, competing in the 4x100 metres relay with partners Aleksandra Fedoriva, Yulia Gushchina and Yevgeniya Polyakova. In their first round heat they placed second behind Jamaica. Their time of 42.87 seconds was also the second time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they sprinted to 42.31 seconds, the first place and the gold medal. Belgium and Nigeria took the other medals.
On the second day of competition, Campbell-Brown placed herself in contention for a medal with a 7.07 second run in the first semi-final, although Jones-Ferrette's time in the second semi was faster still. Brooks ran a personal best to beat Jeter in the last semi-final of the day. Among the other qualifiers, Zang Milama surprised further with 7.13-second national record to become the first Gabonese athlete to reach an indoor final in any event. Barber and reigning European 60 m champion Yevgeniya Polyakova were among the casualties of the round.
Bailey represented Barbados at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 100 metres sprint and placed second in her first round heat after Yevgeniya Polyakova in a time of 11.24 seconds. She qualified for the second round but was eliminated not qualifying for the semi finals as her time of 11.67 was the eighth time of her race. In 2009 she represented Barbados at the IAAF World Championships in the 200m event in which she holds the national record of 22.91 seconds.
Fedoriva represented Russia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing competing at the 4x100 metres relay, together with Yuliya Chermoshanskaya, Yulia Gushchina and Yevgeniya Polyakova. In their first round heat they placed second behind Jamaica with a time of 42.87 seconds (the second fastest time in qualifying). In the final they finished in 42.31 seconds, taking first place and the gold medal, while the Jamaicans failed to finish due to a bad baton exchange. The 2009 European Athletics U23 Championships saw Fedoriva move into longer distances as she won the women's 200 metres title.
Gushchina represented Russia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing competing at the 4x100 metres relay, together with Aleksandra Fedoriva, Yuliya Chermoshanskaya and Yevgeniya Polyakova. In their first round heat they placed second behind Jamaica, but in front of Germany and China. Their time of 42.87 seconds was also the second time overall out of sixteen participating nations but in August 2016 they got disqualified after Kapachinskaya failed a drug test after the 2008 samples were retested. With this result they qualified for the final in which they sprinted to 42.31 seconds, the first place and the gold medal. Belgium and Nigeria took the other medals. The Jamaican team did not finish due to a mistake in the baton exchange.
At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing she competed at the 100 m sprint. In her first round heat she placed third behind Yevgeniya Polyakova and Jade Bailey in a time of 11.48 to advance to the second round. There she improved her time to 11.02 seconds to win her heat in front of Muna Lee and Chandra Sturrup. With 11.11 seconds in her semi final race she placed fourth and earned her spot in the Olympic final. In a remarkable race with fellow Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser taking the gold, Simpson and Kerron Stewart both finished in 10.98 seconds to share the silver medal and to complete the Jamaican sweep. Together with Fraser, Stewart, Sheri-Ann Brooks, Aleen Bailey and Veronica Campbell-Brown she also took part in the 4 × 100 m relay. In their first round heat (without Simpson and Stewart) they placed first in front of Russia, Germany and China. Their time of 42.24 seconds was the first time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final, in which they replaced Brooks and Bailey with Simpson and Stewart. Eventually they did not finish their race, due to a mistake in the baton exchange.