Ekaterina Voronina (Russian: Екатерина Воронина; born 16 February 1992) is an Uzbek track and field athlete who competes in the heptathlon. Her personal best for the event is 5912 points. She was the gold medallist in the event at the 2014 Asian Games. She is part of the Central Army Sports Club and is coached by Pavel Andreev, a compatriot and fellow multi-eventer.
As a teenager, Voronina specialised in the javelin throw and was runner-up at the national championships at the age of fifteen. She represented her country in that event at the 2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics, competing in the qualifying round only. She took up the heptathlon event in 2011 and soon afterwards won the Uzbekistan national title with a personal best of 5287 points. After an absence in the 2012 season she returned to make her senior international debut at the 2013 Asian Athletics Championships. Five personal bests saw her accumulate 5599 points and take the silver medal behind the defending champion, Wassana Winatho of Thailand. Voronina won her second national title in September that year.
At the start of the following season, she entered her first major women's pentathlon competition at the 2014 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships. She had a three-way tie on 3951 points with Irina Karpova and Sepideh Tavakoli and was placed fourth on head-to-head results. Yuliya Tarasova, another Uzbekistani athlete, was the silver medallist at the competition. Moving into the outdoor season she set a personal best of 5890 points in Asikkala in August. She was chosen to compete at the 2014 Asian Games and established herself among the region's best athletes by taking the gold medal in a score of 5912 points. Setting bests in the 100 metres hurdles, high jump, 200 metres, and the 800 metres final, she beat both defending champion Tarasova and the Asian indoor champion Wang Qingling of China.
|2009||World Youth Championships||Brixen, Italy||14th (q)||Javelin throw||46.13 m|
|2013||Asian Championships||Pune, India||2nd||Heptathlon||5599 pts|
|2014||Asian Indoor Championships||Hangzhou, China||4th||Pentathlon||3951 pts|
|Asian Games||Incheon, South Korea||1st||Heptathlon||5912 pts|
|2015||Asian Championships||Wuhan, China||1st||Heptathlon||5689 pts|
|World Championships||Beijing, China||24th||Heptathlon||5701 pts|
|2016||Asian Indoor Championships||Doha, Qatar||1st||Pentathlon||4224 pts|
|Olympic Games||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||–||Heptathlon||DNF|
- Heptathlon – 5912 points (2014)
- Women's pentathlon – 3919 points (2014)
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