|Competitor for Russia|
|Silver||2004 Athens||200 m backstroke|
|World Championships (LC)|
|Silver||2001 Fukuoka||200 m backstroke|
|Bronze||2003 Barcelona||200 m backstroke|
|European Championships (LC)|
|Gold||2002 Berlin||100 m backstroke|
|Gold||2002 Berlin||200 m backstroke|
|Gold||2004 Madrid||200 m backstroke|
|Silver||2004 Madrid||100 m backstroke|
|European Championships (SC)|
|Silver||2003 Dublin||200 m backstroke|
|Bronze||2002 Riesa||200 m backstroke|
Stanislava Stanislavovna Komarova (Russian: Станислава Станиславовна Комарова; born 12 June 1986 in Moscow) is a Russian swimmer. She won the silver medal in the 200 m backstroke at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
Komarova is one of the few modern swimmers who competes without goggles.
She swims with Benjamin Le Maguet and Danilo Zocco.
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