Andriy Naumov

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Andriy Naumov (born 21 December 1973) is a Ukrainian athlete who specialises in long distance running, principally the marathon.

He competed in the marathon final at the 2001 World Championships in Athletics and finished in 50th place. He was twice the winner of the Munich Marathon, taking the title in a time of 2:13:57 (in 2001)[1] and in 2:18:23 (in 2010).

He won the Ljubljana Marathon two years running in 2002 and 2003, and also won the Moscow International Peace Marathon twice in 2005 and 2006.[2] Naumov finished second in the 2006 Istanbul Marathon, just seconds behind winner Mindaugas Pukštas.[3] In 2008 he won the Dublin Marathon in a personal best time of 2:11:06.[4] He returned to defend his title the following year but only managed to finish in eighth position.[5]

In 2011, he ran at the Athens Classic Marathon and came fourth overall.[6]

Achievements[edit]

  • All results regarding marathon, unless stated otherwise
Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  Ukraine
2001 Prague Marathon Prague, Czech Republic 6th 2:12:31
World Championships Edmonton, Canada 50th 2:31:42
2002 Ljubljana Marathon Ljubljana, Slovenia 1st 2:14:30
2003 Linz Marathon Linz, Austria 2nd 2:13:37
Ljubljana Marathon Ljubljana, Slovenia 1st 2:13:58
Pittsburgh Marathon Pittsburgh, United States 3rd 2:14:47
2004 Linz Marathon Linz, Austria 2nd 2:16:28
Ljubljana Marathon Ljubljana, Slovenia 2nd 2:15:22
2005 Mainz Marathon Mainz, Germany 2nd 2:20:00
Houston Marathon Houston, United States 2nd 2:15:16
Moscow Marathon Moscow, Russia 1st 2:18:19
2006 Mainz Marathon Mainz, Germany 1st 2:13:56
Moscow Marathon Moscow, Russia 1st 2:16:49
Istanbul Marathon Istanbul, Turkey 2nd 2:12:59
2007 Mainz Marathon Mainz, Germany 1st 2:14:04
2008 Mainz Marathon Mainz, Germany 1st 2:11:10
Dublin Marathon Dublin, Ireland 1st 2:11:06
2009 Dublin Marathon Dublin, Ireland 8th 2:13:35
2010 Prague Marathon Prague, Czech Republic 14th 2:13:49

References[edit]

  1. ^ Münich Median Marathon. Association of Road Racing Statisticians (2009-10-13). Retrieved on 2009-12-12.
  2. ^ Moscow Peace Marathon. Association of Road Racing Statisticians (2009-09-15). Retrieved on 2009-12-12.
  3. ^ Porada, Sergey & Kurdyumova, Yelena (2006-11-06). Course records fall in Istanbul, as Europeans sweep marathon honours. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-12-12.
  4. ^ Ukrainian Andriy Naumov wins Dublin marathon. The Irish Times (2008-10-10). Retrieved on 2009-12-12.
  5. ^ Dublin Marathon: Lilesa triumphs on day of firsts. The Irish Times (2009-10-27). Retrieved on 2009-12-12.
  6. ^ Butcher, Pat (2011-11-13). Boubker clocks event record in Athens. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-11-14.

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