Nili Abramski

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Nili Abramski, 1999

Nili Abramski (born 14 January 1970, Rehovot, Israel) is an Israeli female long-distance runner.

Career highlights[edit]

Marathons
2004 - Athens, 42nd at 2004 Summer Olympics
2005 - Helsinki, 49th at World Championships
2006 - Göteborg, 22nd at European Championships
2007 - Osaka, 41st at World Championships
Holds 10 Israeli national marathon titles
Half Marathons
1997 - 8th at World University Games
1997 - Košice, 70th at World Championships
1999 - Palermo, 54th at World Championships
2000 - Veracruz, 44th at World Championships
2001 - Bristol, 48th at World Championships
2002 - Brussels, 39th at World Championships
2005 - Edmonton, 55th at World Championships
Cross Country Races
1997 - Torino, 134th at World Championships (long race)
1999 - Belfast, 80th at World Championships (long race)
Other achievements
Holds 45 other Israeli national titles
She won the Tiberias Marathon 11 times

Personal bests[edit]

Distance Mark Date Location
400 m 1:02.14 1989
800 m 2:13.96 2000
1000 m 2:56.80 1993
1500 m 4:25.22 2000
1 mile 4:46.13 1999
2000 m 6:08.69 24 August 2000 Wespelaar
3000 m 9:19.52 22 June 2002 Belgrade
5000 m 16:09.88 20 July 2002 Heusden-Zolder
10000 m 33:19.85 3 July 2002 Seraing
Half Marathon 1:13.59 5 May 2002 Brussels
Marathon 2:36.36 4 April 2004 Paris

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