Dmitry Polyanski

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Dmitry Polyanski at the opening triathlon of the French Grand Prix in Les Sables d'Olonne, 2012.
Dmitry Polyanski
Personal information
Born November 19, 1986
Dmitry Polyanski winning gold at the World Cup triathlon in Tiszaújváros, 2009.

Dmitry Andreyevich Polyanski (Russian: Дмитрий Андреевич Полянский, also transliterated as Dmitriy Polyanskiy or Polyansky, born November 19, 1986 in Zheleznogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai), is a Russian professional triathlete, 2009 U23 European Champion and permanent member of the National Elite Team. Polyanski is, together with Alexander Bryukhankov and Ivan Vasiliev, definitely qualified for the London Olympics 2012.

In 2003 Polyanski took part in his first ITU competition in Győr and was also awarded the prestigious title Master of Sports (Мастер спорта). In 2007 he won the Russian Championship and the World Championship in the team category in Tiszaújváros. In 2009, Dmitry Polyanski won the bronze medal at the Russian Championships in Penza (Olympic Distance),[1] in 2010 he gave precedence to the Elite Cup in Hy-Vee and did not take part in the competition in Penza.

In 2010, Dmitry Polyanski also took part in the prestigious French Club Championship Series Lyonnaise des Eaux, representing the club Saint-Raphaël Tri. At the first triathlon of this circuit in Dunkirk, Polyanski placed 5th and was the best triathlete of his club, which, thanks to Dmitry Polyanski, placed 5th in the club ranking.[2] Incidentally, among the five triathletes representing Saint-Raphaël Tri there was not even one French triathlete, a situation which was allowed in the year 2010 by the Réglementation Sportive but will be forbidden from 2010/2011 on, and was practically impossible up to the previous season. At the triathlon in Tourangeaux (29 August 2010) Dmitry Polyanski placed 5th and at the Grand Final in La Baule (Triathlon Audencia, 18 September 2010) he placed 32nd.

Dmitry Polyanski is the elder brother of Igor Polyanski, also a professional triathlete and among the elite guest stars representing Saint-Raphaël Tri.

In 2007 Dmitry married the Ukrainian professional triathlete Anastasiya née Yatsenko,[3] with whom he lives in Penza, where each year the Russian Championships are held.

In 2011, Dmitry, his wife Anastasiya, his brother Igor and Igor's girl friend Lyubov Ivanovskaya will represent Saint-Raphaël Triathlon in the Club Championship Series Lyonnaise des Eaux.

ITU Competitions[edit]

In the seven years from 2005 to 2011, Dmitry Polyanski took part in 74 ITU triathlons and achieved 41 top ten positions, among which 15 medals.

The following list is based upon the official ITU rankings and the Athlete's Profile Page.[4] Unless indicated otherwise, all events are triathlons (Olympic Distance) and belong to the Elite category.

Date Competition Place Rank
2005-07-23 European Championships (Junior) Alexandroupoli(s)[5] DNF
2005-09-10 World Championships (Junior) Gamagori 34
2005-10-26 Premium European Cup Alanya 28
2006-07-30 Asian Cup Burabay 3
2006-09-17 Asian Cup Macau 6
2006-09-24 BG World Cup Beijing 40
2006-10-14 Asian Cup Hong Kong 8
2006-10-18 Premium European Cup Alanya DNS
2006-11-12 BG World Cup New Plymouth 39
2007-03-03 African Cup Langebaan 12
2007-04-15 BG World Cup Ishigaki 40
2007-05-05 Asian Cup Subic Bay 6
2007-05-12 Asian Cup (Elite) Yicheng 2
2007-06-10 BG World Cup Vancouver 12
2007-06-17 BG World Cup Des Moines 25
2007-06-24 BG World Cup Edmonton 11
2007-06-29 European Championships Copenhagen DNF
2007-07-21 European Championships (U23) Kuopio 4
2007-07-29 BG World Cup Salford 21
2007-08-11 BG World Cup Tiszaújváros 6
2007-08-30 BG World Championships Hamburg DNF
2007-09-15 BG World Cup Beijing 22
2007-10-07 BG World Cup Rhodes DNF
2007-11-04 BG World Cup Cancun 10
2007-12-01 BG World Cup Eilat 4
2008-03-30 BG World Cup Mooloolaba 32
2008-04-06 BG World Cup New Plymouth 21
2008-04-13 BG World Cup Ishigaki 12
2008-04-26 BG World Cup Tongyeong 17
2008-05-04 BG World Cup Richards Bay 7
2008-05-25 BG World Cup Madrid 15
2008-06-05 BG World Championships Vancouver 11
2008-07-20 BG World Cup Kitzbühel 12
2008-08-18 Olympic Games Beijing 22
2008-09-06 European Championships (U23) Pulpí 3
2008-09-27 BG World Cup Lorient 8
2008-10-26 Premium European Cup Alanya 1
2009-04-05 European Cup Quarteira 1
2009-05-02 World Championship Series Tongyeong 3
2009-05-17 Premium European Cup Pontevedra 1
2009-05-31 World Championship Series Madrid 7
2009-06-20 European Championships (U23) Tarzo Revine 1
2009-07-02 European Championships Holten DNF
2009-07-11 World Championship Series Kitzbühel 10
2009-07-25 World Championship Series Hamburg 8
2009-08-09 World Cup Tiszaújváros 1
2009-08-15 World Championships Series London 12
2009-09-09 World Championship Series, Grand Final Gold Coast 6
2009-10-10 Asian Cup Palembang 2
2009-10-10 ASTC Aquathlon Asian Championships Palembang 1
2009-10-17 Premium Asian Cup Hong Kong 2
2009-10-25 Premium European Cup (Elite) Alanya DNF
2010-04-11 World Championship Series Sydney 4
2010-05-08 World Championship Series Seoul 6
2010-06-05 World Championship Series Madrid 8
2010-06-12 Elite Cup Hy-Vee 7
2010-07-03 European Championships Athlone DNF
2010-07-17 World Championship Series Hamburg 44
2010-08-14 World Championship Series Kitzbuhel 48
2010-09-08 World Championship Series, Grand Final Budapest 49
2010-10-24 Premium European Cup Alanya 6
2011-04-09 World Championship Series Sydney 10
2011-06-04 World Championship Series Madrid 5
2011-06-18 World Championship Series Kitzbuhel 8
2011-06-24 European Championships Pontevedra 3
2011-06-26 European Championships (Elite Mix Relay) Pontevedra 4
2011-07-03 European Cup Penza 3
2011-07-16 World Championship Series Hamburg 11
2011-08-06 World Championship Series London 13
2011-08-20 Sprint World Championship Lausanne DNF
2011-08-20 Sprint World Championship (Mixed Relay) Lausanne 10
2011-09-09 World Championship Series, Grand Final Beijing 4
2011-09-19 World Championship Series Yokohama 3
2011-10-15 World Cup Tongyeong 1
2011-10-29 European Cup Eilat 3
2012-04-14 World Triathlon Series Sydney 9
2012-04-20 European Championships (Mixed Relay) Eilat 1
2012-06-24 European Championships Eilat 8
2012-05-26 World Triathlon Series Madrid 3
2012-06-17 World Cup Banyoles

BG = the sponsor British Gas · DNF = did not finish · DNS = did not start

External links[edit]


  1. ^ See Retrieved 19 June 2010.
  2. ^ See Retrieved 20 June 2010.
  3. ^ See Retrieved 5 February 2011.
  4. ^ See Retrieved 12 June 2012.
  5. ^ This competition is missing in the profile pages of all participating triathletes, though the result can be found in this hidden place: Retrieved 3 July 2011.