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    Re: Russian Athletics News 2014
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    She is rather young (born 1987) so it's very early for her to have a son now. This year the only important race for her would have been the EC but if she decided this way... hoping to see her stronger next year.
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    Re: Russian Athletics News 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasuke
    She is rather young (born 1987) so it's very early for her to have a son now. This year the only important race for her would have been the EC but if she decided this way... hoping to see her stronger next year.
    It's pretty standard for Russian women to marry and have kids young.
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    Sergey Sviridov wins Russian DEC title- 8193 2. Shkurenyov 7977

    A. Butvina wins HEP with 6068. Savitskaya DNF
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    No impressive performances at Moscow Challenge. However this was the last start for Lysenko this season, she said she needs a break. Feofanova also skipping this season.

    400- Pavel Ivashko 45.46 ; 400- Alyona Tamkova 51.68
    800- Yekaterina Poistogova 1:59.13

    full results here- http://www.rusathletics.com/mc/prog.htm
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    World champion Svetlana Shkolina is out for the season due to foot problems.

    After poor performances from the sprinters both men and women chief coach said if there is no improvement soon they won't send anyone for 100 and 200 at Zurich 2014 and even 4x100 relays (which I think would be crazy).
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    The Russian performances are unusually poor in some events this season, the obvious one being the w400m. No sub 51 yet, let alone sub 50. No matter which stars have been missing in the past, there's always been someone else that appears and steps up.
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    Re: Russian Athletics News 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriella
    The Russian performances are unusually poor in some events this season, the obvious one being the w400m. No sub 51 yet, let alone sub 50. No matter which stars have been missing in the past, there's always been someone else that appears and steps up.
    And w1500 though Shagina is pretty consistent no sub 4:05 yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriella
    The Russian performances are unusually poor in some events this season, the obvious one being the w400m. No sub 51 yet, let alone sub 50. No matter which stars have been missing in the past, there's always been someone else that appears and steps up.
    I actually love that because it's really opening up the 4x4 in Zürich, we may see slower times but a much more exciting race.
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    Russian Cup-Yerino
    100m- Kristina Sivkova (17-year-old) 11.38 (+1,4) U-18 NR
    200m- Yekaterina Renzhyna 22.61 (+1,6)
    400m- 1.Alyona Tamkova 51.33 , 2.Kseniya Zadorina 51.69 , 3. Tatyana Firova 52.08
    SP- Kolodko 19.30
    HT- finally three women over 70m, Bulgakova 72.07, Bespalova, Kondratyeva.
    100H- Yekaterina Galitskaya 12.88 (+1,3)
    800- Olga Lvova 2:02.31

    SP-A.Lesnoy 20.61
    400- 1.Nikita Uglov 45.66 2. Maksim Dyldin 45.67

    10,000m was held for the national title (paced by Kenyans)
    1. Yevgeniy Rybakov 28:02.79
    2.Anatoliy Rybakov 28:03.59
    3.Dmitriy Safronov 28:18.78

    10,000 w - 1. Yelena Nagovitsina 32:11.63
    2.Valentina Galimova 32:14.82
    3. Albina Mayorova 32:29.62
    Last edited by Pakilo; 07-13-2014 at 09:08 PM.
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    #30
    Two notes: the positive one is the return to good level from the promising youngster Nikita Uglov (he ran 46 flat as a junior in 2011 and never improved... until now), the negative one is seeing that there isn't either one russian woman capable of running less than 51 in the 400m.

    However, do you know why and if Savinova is skipping the season?
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