Oksana Udmurtova

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Oksana Udmurtova
Medal record
Representing  Russia
European Championships
Bronze medal – third place 2006 Gothenburg Long Jump

Oksana Pavlovna Udmurtova (Russian: Оксана Павловна Удмуртова) (born 1 February 1982) is a Russian athlete specialising in the long jump. She is from the Volgograd region of Russia and she is part of the Russian Army Athletics Club where she is coached by Viacheslav Dogonkin and Yu Malkov. She recently had success at the European Championships where she took the bronze medal. She first competed on the world stage at the 2005 World Championships, when she finished sixth. As of Monday, 23 of October 2006 she is placed 95 in IAAF World Rankings.

Long jumping achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
2005 Governor Cup Volgograd, Russia Long Jump 3rd
2005 14 Russia Winter Moscow, Russia Long Jump 9th
2005 Eurojump Gothenburg, Sweden Long Jump 6th
2005 Russian Indoor Championship Volgograd, Russia Long Jump 7th
2005 Sochi Cup Sochi, Russia Long Jump 4th
2005 International Competition Glasgow, Scotland Long Jump 2nd
2005 Meeting Lille Metropole Villeneuve d'Ascq, France Long Jump 2nd
2005 Znamensky Memorial Kazan, Russia Long Jump 1st
2005 Russian Championships-Russian Sport Clubs Cup Tula, Russia Long Jump 2nd
2005 Meeting de Madrid 2005 Madrid, Spain Long Jump 5th
2005 Tallinn 2005 Tallinn, Estonia Long Jump 1st
2005 Memorial Van Damme-IAAF Golden League meeting Brussels, Belgium Long Jump 2nd
2005 Russian Challenge Moscow, Russia Long Jump 3rd
2005 IAAF World Athletics Final Monaco, Monaco Long Jump 6th
2005 World Athletics Final Monaco, Monaco Long Jump 6th
2006 Governor Cup Volgograd, Russia Long Jump 4th
2006 Gubernator Cup Samara, Russia Long Jump 4th
2006 Russian Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia Long Jump 1st
2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia Long Jump 7th
2006 Qatar IAAF Super Tour Doha, Qatar Long Jump 1st
2006 Russian Athletics Championship Tula, Russia Long Jump 1st
2006 22nd Vardinoyiannia Rethymno, Greece Long Jump 1st
2006 DN Galan Stockholm, Sweden Long Jump 1st
2006 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden Long Jump 3rd
2006 International Competition Birmingham, England Long Jump 1st
2006 Russian Challenge Moscow, Russia Long Jump 3rd
2006 IAAF World Athletics Final Stuttgart, Germany Long Jump 5th

Achievements Elsewhere[edit]

Year Tournament Venue Event Result
2005 Meeting Lille Metropole Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 4 × 100 m Relay 1st

Personal bests[edit]

Date Event Venue Distance
16 May 2006 Long Jump Doha, Qatar 7.02m
4 Mar 2007 Triple Jump Birmingham, England 14.41m
12 June 2005 4 × 100 m Relay Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 45.28

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