Pavel Loskutov

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Pavel Loskutov
Pavel Loskutov, 2010.jpg
Medal record
Men's athletics
Representing  Estonia
European Championships
Silver medal – second place 2002 Munich Marathon

Pavel Loskutov (born 2 December 1969 in Valka, Latvia) is a former Estonian long-distance runner who specialized in marathon races. He has competed in the Olympic marathon race four times consecutively, from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics to the 2008 Beijing Games.

Biography[edit]

In 2001, he won the Göteborgsvarvet half marathon in Gothenburg with a time of 1:03:00. Loskutov finished as the runner-up of the Paris Marathon in 2002 and went on to win a silver medal later that year at the 2002 European Championships in 2:13:18 hours.[1] He was the winner of the JoongAng Seoul Marathon in 2003 and 2004. He also has won half-marathon at the 2008 Riga Marathon. He retired from competition in 2010.

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Estonia
1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 48th Marathon 2:22:49
1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 49th Marathon 2:33:42
1996 Summer Olympics Atlanta, United States 58th Marathon 2:23:14
1997 World Championships Athens, Greece 48th Marathon 2:29:10
1998 World Cross Country Championships Marrakech, Morocco 85th Long race
World Half Marathon Championships Uster, Switzerland 66th Half marathon 1:05:00
European Championships Budapest, Hungary 29th Marathon 2:19:38
1999 World Half Marathon Championships Palermo, Italy 55th Half marathon 1:05:45
Frankfurt Marathon Frankfurt, Germany 1st Marathon 2:12:37
Helsinki Marathon Helsinki, Finland 1st Marathon 2:19:18
2000 Summer Olympics Sydney, Australia 35th Marathon 2:19:41
2001 Frankfurt Marathon Frankfurt, Germany 1st Marathon 2:11:09
2002 Paris Marathon Paris, France 2nd Marathon 2:08:53
European Championships Munich, Germany 2nd Marathon 2:13:18
Fukuoka Marathon Fukuoka, Japan 4th Marathon 2:10:14
2003 JoongAng Seoul Marathon Seoul, South Korea 1st Marathon 2:09:15
2004 Summer Olympics Athens, Greece 26th Marathon 2:18:09
JoongAng Seoul Marathon Seoul, South Korea 1st Marathon 2:09:34
2005 JoongAng Seoul Marathon Seoul, South Korea 4th Marathon 2:12:12
2006 Paris Marathon Paris, France 12th Marathon 2:11:25
2007 World Championships Osaka, Japan Marathon DNF
Beppu-Ōita Marathon Beppu-Ōita, Japan 8th Marathon 2:14:49
2008 Summer Olympics Beijing, China 75th Marathon 2:39:01

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