Yevgeniya Sukhoruchenkova

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Yevgeniya Sukhoruchenkova at the Triathlon Premium European Cup in Alanya, 2009.
Sukhoruchenkova after the Sprint European Cup in Cremona, 2012.
Yevgeniya Sukhoruchenkova after her bike accident at the European Cup in Quarteira, 2010.
Sukhoruchenkova at the Sprint World Championships in Lausanne, 2011.

Yevgeniya Vyacheslavovna Koshelnikova Sukhoruchenkova (Russian: Евгения Вячеславовна Кошельникова Сухорученкова, also transliterated as Evgenia Sukhoruchenkova) (born 25 September 1986 in Stavropol) is a Russian professional triathlete, member of the Russian National Team (Duathlon), decorated with the Russian title Master of Sports (Мастер спорта), both U23 Duathlon European Champion and U23 Duathlon World Champion of the year 2009, and Russian Elite Aquathlon Champion 2011.[1] In the Russian Cup of the year 2009 she placed fifth, sharing this position with Natalia Shliakhtenko.[2]

Sukhoruchenkova is married with the Russian triathlete Nikolay Sukhoruchenkov (Николай Сухорученков) from Saint Petersburg and the ITU has replaced her maiden name, Koshelnikova, with her new family name, Sukhoruchenkova, also in result lists dating back to the time before her marriage. In Russian sources, however, up to 2008 she is named Koshelnikova (Кошельникова) and since 2009 the name form varies. Some media use the double name Кошельникова Сухорученкова, others choose one of her family names. The Russian Triathlon Federation has both forms. On its Profile Page she is called Кошельникова, in various official result lists, however, she is listed as Сухорученкова.[3]

Since 2004 Sukhoruchenkova has taken part in the Elite category of international (i.e. ITU) competitions and since then she has continuously achieved top-ten positions in Elite rankings, e.g. placing 4th, at the age of 17, at the European Cup in Alanya.

At various World Military Triathlon Championships Sukhoruchenkova was successful, too. In Hyderabad (2007) she won the bronze medal, in Satenas (2006) and Otepää (2008) she won the gold and the silver medal respectively in the team ranking, placing 10th and 9th in the individual ranking.[4]

In Russia, Sukhoruchenkova represents the Stavropol High Performance Centre СУОР (Училище Олимпийского резерва Ставрополь).[5]

ITU Competitions[edit]

In the nineyears from 2004 to 2012, Sukhoruchenkova took part in 49 ITU competitions and achieved 22 top ten positions. At her first ITU competition of the season 2011, Sukhoruchenkova won the gold medal at the Pan American Cup in Santiago. At the end of the season 2012, she won two gold medals at European Cup triathlons. The following list is based upon the official ITU rankings and the Athlete's Profile Page.[6] Unless indicated otherwise, the following events are triathlons (Olympic Distance) and belong to the Elite category.

Date Competition Place Rank
  2004-10-27   European Cup (Elite) Alanya[7] 4
  2005-07-17   European Championships (U23) Sofia DNS
  2005-07-23   European Championships (Junior) Alexandroupoli(s)[8] 21
  2005-07-24   European Championships (Junior Relay) Alexandroupoli(s)[9] 10
  2005-10-26   Premium European Cup Alanya 12
  2006-06-04   BG World Cup Madrid DNF
  2006-07-30   BG World Cup Salford 57
  2007-05-20   European Cup Limassol 4
  2007-06-10   European Cup Kusadasi 6
  2007-08-25   European Cup Split 5
  2007-10-07   BG World Cup Rhodes DNS
  2007-10-24   Premium European Cup Alanya 5
  2007-12-01   BG World Cup Eilat 42
  2008-04-13   European Cup Chania DNS
  2008-08-03   European Cup Egirdir 11
  2008-09-06   European Championships (U23) Pulpí 21
  2008-09-20   European Cup and Balkan Championships Belgrade 2
  2008-10-26   Premium European Cup Alanya 12
  2009-05-23   Duathlon European Championships (U23) Budapest 1
  2009-08-02   European Cup Egirdir 5
  2009-09-26   Duathlon World Championships (U23) Concord 1
  2009-10-25   Premium European Cup Alanya 17
  2010-03-26   Asian Cup Mekong River 2
  2010-04-11   European Cup Quarteira 32
  2010-05-01   Duathlon European Championships Nancy 6
  2010-06-12   Elite Cup Hy-Vee 38
  2010-07-17   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Hamburg 36
  2010-08-08   World Cup Tiszaújváros 29
  2010-09-03   Duathlon World Championships Edinburgh 14
  2010-09-08   Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final Budapest DNF
  2010-09-08   Aquathlon World Championships Budapest 6
  2011-03-20   Pan American Cup Santiago 1
  2011-03-27   Premium Pan American Cup Valparaiso 5
  2011-04-09   European Cup Quarteira 22
  2011-05-08   World Cup Monterrey DNF
  2011-06-04   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Madrid 52
  2011-07-03   European Cup Penza 1
  2011-07-16   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Hamburg DNF
  2011-07-03   Sprint World Championships Lausanne 42
  2011-11-02   Premium European Cup Alanya 11
  2012-03-24   World Cup Mooloolaba DNF
  2012-04-14   World Triathlon Series Sydney DNF
  2012-04-22   World Cup Ishigaki DNF
  2012-04-29   Powerman Long Distance & Sprint Duathlon European Championships Horst 12
  2012-05-06   European Cup Antalya 12
  2012-06-10   Sprint European Cup Cremona 14
  2012-07-01   European Cup Istanbul 9
  2012-07-07   Premium European Cup Holten 2
  2012-08-19   European Cup Penza 4
  2012-09-22   Duathlon World Championships Nancy 7
  2012-09-29   Sprint European Cup Mondello 1
  2012-10-06   Premium European Cup Alanya 1

BG = the sponsor British Gas · DNF = did not finish · DNS = did not start

External links[edit]


  1. ^ See Retrieved 2 May 2011.
  2. ^ See Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  3. ^ Cf. Retrieved 29 November 2009.
  4. ^ See Retrieved 12 June 2010.
  5. ^ See Retrieved 9 January 2011.
  6. ^ See Retrieved 4 November 2012.
  7. ^ This competition is missing in the ITU lists of all participating athletes, though it may be found in this hidden place: Retrieved 2 May 2010.
  8. ^ The 2005 European Championships are missing in the profile pages of all participating athletes but the results can be found in this hidden place: Retrieved 9 January 2011.
  9. ^ The 2005 European Championships are missing in the profile pages of all participating athletes but the results can be found in this hidden place: Retrieved 9 January 2011.