|Native name||Людмила Дмитрівна Йосипенко|
|Full name||Lyudmyla Dmytrivna Yosypenko|
September 24, 1984 |
Yahotyn, Kiev Oblast
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||69 kg (152 lb)|
|Sport||Track and field|
In December 2012, the World Anti-Doping Agency notified Yosypenko that levels of haemoglobin in blood samples she had given differed from those described in her biological passport. She competed in the Ukrainian national championships in July 2013, but the Ukrainian Athletic Federation disqualified her the following day and imposed a four-year ban. Yosypenko protested, saying the changes in her haemoglobin levels were a result of medical treatments and that she would appeal the ban. The IAAF confirmed the ban in September 2013. Her results from 25 August 2011 onwards were disqualified.
|World Championshipss||Berlin, Germany||5th||Heptathlon||6416|
|2010||TNT – Fortuna Meeting||Kladno, Czech Republic||3rd||Heptathlon||6142|
|European Championships||Barcelona, Spain||6th||Heptathlon||6206|
|2012||European Championships||Helsinki, Finland||DSQ (2nd)||Heptathlon||DSQ (6416)|
|Olympic Games||London, United Kingdom||DSQ (4th)||Heptathlon||DSQ (6618 (PB))|
- van Kuijen, Hans (2012-09-16). Van Alphen and Yosypenko prevail in Talence - IAAF Combined Events Challenge - Day 2 REPORT. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-01-22.
- "Йосипенко дисквалифицирована на 4 года из-за допинга (Yosipenko disqualified for 4 years because of doping)". sport.ua. 8 July 2013.
- "Russian race walker handed lifetime ban by IAAF". Associated Press (via mail.com). 24 September 2013.
- "IAAF News Edition 146 – 24 September 2013". iaaf.org.
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