Lisa Ryzih

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Lisa Ryzih
Lisa Ryzih by Augustas Didzgalvis.jpg
Personal information
Full name Elizaveta Ryzih
Born (1988-09-27) 27 September 1988 (age 26)
Omsk, Soviet Union
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 60 kg (130 lb)
Sport
Country  Germany
Sport Athletics
Event(s) Pole vault
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)
  • Pole vault: 4.71 m

Elizaveta "Lisa" Ryzih (born 27 September 1988 in Omsk, Soviet Union) is a Russian-born German pole vault athlete.

She is the younger sister of fellow pole vaulter Anastasija Reiberger (Nastja Ryjikh).

Biography[edit]

She won at the 2003 World Youth Championships in Athletics and then set a personal best of 4.30 m for gold at the 2004 World Junior Championships in Athletics at the age of 15. She attempted to be the first athlete to win consecutive titles at the 2005 World Youth Championships, but she managed only 4.05 m for fifth place.[1] Ryzih was the favourite to retain her title at the 2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics but failed to clear the opening height in the final after three attempts.[2]

Ryzih was fourth at the 2007 European Athletics Junior Championships and also won gold at the 2009 European Under-23 Athletics Championships in the women's pole vault in Kaunas. On 30 July 2010 she recorded a personal best of 4.65 m at the 2010 European Athletics Championships in Barcelona. This gained her the bronze medal, the first international medal of her senior career.

Competition record[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  Germany
2003 World Youth Championships Sherbrooke, Canada 1st 4.05 m
2004 World Junior Championships Grosseto, Italy 1st 4.30 m
2006 World Junior Championships Beijing, China 4th (q) 4.00 m[3]
2007 European Junior Championships Hengelo, Netherlands 4th 4.20 m
2009 European U23 Championships Kaunas, Lithuania 1st 4.50 m
2010 European Championships Barcelona, Spain 3rd 4.65 m
2011 European Indoor Championships Paris, France 7th 4.50 m
2012 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 7th 4.40 m
Olympic Games London, United Kingdom 6th 4.45 m
2013 World Championships Moscow, Russia 8th 4.55 m
2014 European Championships Zürich, Switzerland 4th 4.60 m

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Event Report - Girl' Pole Vault Final". IAAF (in German). 16 July 2005. Retrieved 30 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women's Pole Vault". IAAF. 18 August 2006. Retrieved 30 June 2010. 
  3. ^ No mark in the final

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