Franciela Krasucki

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Franciela Krasucki
Personal information
Full nameFranciela das Graças Krasucki Davide
Nationality Brazil
Born (1988-04-26) 26 April 1988 (age 30)
Valinhos, São Paulo, Brazil
Height1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Weight59 kg (130 lb)
Sport
SportAthletics
Event(s)Sprinting
4 × 100m relay
Updated on 8 October 2015.

Franciela das Graças Krasucki (born 26 April 1988 in Valinhos, São Paulo) is a Brazilian sprinter.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

She competed for the Brazilian team in the 4 × 100 metres relay at the 2012 Summer Olympics; the team set a South American record with a time of 42.55 in Round 1, then placed seventh in the final with a time of 42.91.[4][5]

At the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, the team composed by Ana Cláudia Lemos, Evelyn dos Santos, Franciela Krasucki and Rosângela Santos broke the South American record in the semifinals of the women's 4x100m metres relay, with a time of 42.29 seconds.[6] But, without official explanation, the CBAT (Brazilian Athletics Confederation) held an athlete change to the final, putting Vanda Gomes instead of Rosangela Santos, to close the race. In the final, Brazil came second, almost tied with Jamaica and with great possibility to win the silver medal, and knock the South American record when, at the last exchange between Krasucki and Vanda, the baton fell eliminating the Brazilian team.[7]

In February 2014, in São Caetano do Sul, she twice broke the South American record in the 60 metres, with a time of 7.23 seconds in the semifinals, and 7.19 in the final. The previous South American record holder was Esmeralda Garcia Freitas, established on March 13, 1981, in Pocatello, United States, with a time of 7.26.[8]

Personal life[edit]

On January 21, 2012, she married 800 metres runner Kléberson Davide in Valinhos, São Paulo.[9]

Personal bests[edit]

  • 100 m: 11.13 (wind: -0.7 m/s)Brazil São Paulo, 6 June 2013
  • 200 m: 22.76 (wind: -0.1 m/s)Brazil São Paulo, 9 June 2013

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Brazil
2002 South American Youth Championships Asunción, Paraguay 5th 200 m 25.54 s (+3.3 m/s) w
2003 South American Junior Championships Guayaquil, Ecuador 3rd 100 m 11.77 (+0.0 m/s)
6th 200 m 24.65
3rd 4×100 m relay 46.92
World Youth Championships Sherbrooke, Canada 4th 100 m 11.61 (+1.8 m/s)
Pan American Junior Championships Bridgetown, Barbados 7th 100 m 11.85 (+0.1 m/s)
4th 4×100 m relay 46.02
2004 World Junior Championships Grosseto, Italy 16th (sf) 100 m 11.86 (-0.1 m/s)
13th (sf) 200 m 24.22 (+0.7 m/s)
South American Youth Championships Guayaquil, Ecuador 1st 100 m 11.43 s (+2.7 m/s) w
1st 200 m 23.92 s (+3.2 m/s) w
1st 4x100 m relay 46.41 s
1st 1000 m Medley relay 2:11.6 min
2005 World Youth Championships Marrakesh, Morocco 4th 100 m 11.45 (-0.1 m/s)
3rd Medley relay 2:06.60
South American Junior Championships Rosario, Argentina 1st 100 m 11.39 (+1.6 m/s)
1st 200 m 23.54 w (+2.2 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 45.25
2006 Ibero-American Championships Ponce, Puerto Rico 1st 100 m 11.61 (-1.1 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 44.49
World Junior Championships Beijing, China 7th 100 m 11.71 (-0.8 m/s)
12th (sf) 200 m 24.14 (-2.0 m/s)
4th 4×100 m relay 44.45
Lusophony Games Macau 2nd 100 m 11.77 (-0.1 m/s)
2nd 200 m 24.12 (-0.4 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 45.58
2007 Pan American Junior Championships Sao Paulo, Brazil 3rd (h) 200 m 24.11 (+0.9 m/s)
2nd 4×100 m relay 43.98
2008 Central American and Caribbean Championships Cali, Colombia 3rd[10] 4×100 m relay 43.69
South American U23 Championships Lima, Perú 1st 4x100m relay 45.76
2010 South American Under-23 Championships /
South American Games
Medellín, Colombia 6th 100 m 12.27 (+1.5 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 44.47
2011 South American Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina 2nd 4×100 m relay 44.56
Military World Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 6th 100 m 11.74 (+0.0 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 43.73
World Championships Daegu, South Korea 7th 4×100 m relay 43.10
Pan American Games Guadalajara, México 1st 4×100 m relay 42.85
2012 Olympic Games London, United Kingdom 7th 4×100 m relay 42.91
2013 South American Championships Cartagena, Colombia 2nd 100 m 11.27 (+0.1 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 43.37
World Championships Moscow, Russia 15th (sf) 100 m 11.34 (-0.4 m/s)
23rd (h) 200 m 23.20 (+0.0 m/s)
4th (h) 4×100 m relay 42.29[11]
2014 World Indoor Championships Sopot, Poland 17th (sf) 60 m 7.31
South American Games Santiago, Chile 3rd 100 m 11.67 (-0.1 m/s)
Ibero-American Championships São Paulo, Brazil 3rd 100 m 11.43 (0.0 m/s)
1st 200 m 23.41 (+0.2 m/s)
1st 4×100 m relay 42.92
2015 World Championships Beijing, China 9th (h) 4×100 m relay 43.15
2016 Ibero-American Championships Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 7th 100 m 11.51
Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 47th (h) 100 m 11.67
4×100 m relay DQ
2017 South American Championships Asunción, Paraguay 1st 4×100 m relay 43.12
World Championships London, United Kingdom 7th 4×100 m relay 42.63

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Franciela Krasucki". London 2012. Retrieved 2012-08-30.
  2. ^ Biografía - General - DAS GRACAS KRASUCKI DAVIDE F. - Brasil (in Spanish), retrieved May 7, 2014
  3. ^ Perfil do atleta - Franciela Krasucki - Atletismo - Revezamento feminino 4 x 100 m (in Portuguese), Folha de S.Paulo, 2012, retrieved May 7, 2014
  4. ^ "Women's 4 x 100m Relay Round 1 Standings". London 2012. Retrieved 2012-08-30.
  5. ^ "Women's 4 x 100m Relay Final". London 2012. Retrieved 2012-08-30.
  6. ^ With a South American record, Brasil goes to the 4x100 m final
  7. ^ Brazil errs passage, cane falls, and the country says goodbye to the World Championships without podium
  8. ^ Franciela Krasucki breaks a 32-year South American record of 60 m
  9. ^ Kléberson casa, treina para Mundial Indoor e busca índice olímpico (in Portuguese), CBAt, January 16, 2012, retrieved March 22, 2014
  10. ^ Running as guests
  11. ^ Did not finish in the final

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