|Born||December 20, 1986|
|Height||1.64 m (5 ft 4 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||69 kg (152 lb)|
|Coached by||Vyacheslav Rubin
|Updated on 26 July 2012.|
Slivenko participated in the women's 69 kg class at the 2006 World Weightlifting Championships and won the gold medal, with a World Record snatch of 123 kg, and clean and jerking an additional 140 kg for a total of 263 kg.
She won the silver medal in the 69 kg category at the 2008 Summer Olympics, with a total of 255 kg. Slivenko was forced to withdraw from London Olympics 2012, on account of suffering an injury in a training session.
|Date||Tournament||Venue||Weight category||Snatch||Rank||Clean and jerk||Rank||Overall||Rank|
|2006-10-02||World Championships||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic||−69 kg||123.0 kg||1st||140.0 kg||1st||263.0 kg||1st|
|2007-04-17||European Championships||Strasbourg, France||−69 kg||112.0 kg||1st||145.0 kg||1st||257.0 kg||1st|
|2007-09-17||World Championships||Chiang Mai, Thailand||−69 kg||120.0 kg||2nd||156.0 kg||1st||276.0 kg||1st|
|2008-08-08||Olympic Games||Beijing, China||−69 kg||115.0 kg||–||140.0 kg||–||255.0 kg||2nd|
|2011-04-15||European Championships||Kazan, Russia||−69 kg||120.0 kg||1st||145.0 kg||1st||265.0 kg||1st|
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- "Weightlifting favourite Oksana Slivenko ruled out by injury". 27 July 2012.
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