Inna Ryzhykh

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Inna Ryzhykh at the Premium European Cup triathlon in Brasschaat, 2010.

Inna Ryzhykh (Ukrainian Інна Володимирівна Рижих; born 15 November 1985 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian Дніпропетровськ) is a professional Ukrainian triathlete, silver medalist at the Ukrainian Championships of 2010, and a permanent member of the national team.

At the European Police Championships in Kitzbuhel (15 August 2010), Ryzhykh placed 3rd in the individual ranking and 1st in the team ranking together with Yuliya Sapunova and Victoria Kachan.[1]

ITU Competitions[edit]

In the six years from 2005 to 2010, Ryzhykh took part in 21 ITU competitions, achieving 4 top ten positions.

The following list is based upon the official ITU rankings and the "Athlete's Profile Page."[2] Unless indicated otherwise, the following events are triathlons (Olympic distance) and belong to the Elite category.

Date ITU Competition Place Rank
  2005-07-17   European Championships (U23) Sofia DNF
  2005-08-14   World Cup Tiszaújváros 28
  2006-06-23   European Championships Autun DNF
  2006-07-08   European Championships (U23) Rijeka 26
  2006-08-13   BG World Cup Tiszaújváros DNS
  2006-09-17   Premium European Cup Kedzierzyn Kozle 14
  2006-10-18   Premium European Cup Alanya 17
  2007-05-20   Premium European Cup Sanremo DNS
  2007-07-21   European Championships (U23) Kuopio 14
  2007-09-09   Premium European Cup Kedzierzyn Kozle DNF
  2007-10-24   Premium European Cup Alanya DNF
  2008-05-18   European Cup Brno DNF
  2008-06-14   European Cup Balatonfured 13
  2008-07-13   BG World Cup Tiszaújváros 22
  2008-07-27   Premium European Cup Poznan DNF
  2009-07-25   European Cup and Balkan Championships Varna 4
  2009-08-30   Premium European Cup Kedzierzyn Kozle 19
  2010-04-17   European Cup Antalya 4
  2010-05-22   European Cup Senec DNF
  2010-06-27   Premium European Cup Brasschaat 7
  2010-07-10   World Cup Holten DNF
  2010-08-21   Sprint World Championships Lausanne 40
  2010-09-19   European Cup and Balkan Championships Loutraki 4
  2011-04-03   European Cup Antalya 13
  2011-05-15   Asian Cup Seoul 5
  2011-06-24   European Championships Pontevedra 31
  2011-07-03   European Cup Penza 6

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