Yuliya Yelistratova

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Yelistratova at the World Cup triathlon in Tiszaújvaros, 2011.
Yelistratova at the World Championship Series triathlon in Kitzbuhel, 2011.
Yelistratova at the World Championship triathlon in Kitzbuhel, 2011.

Yuliya Oleksandrivna Yelistratova (Ukrainian: Юлія Олександрівна Єлістратова; born 15 February 1988 in Ovruch, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine,[1] Russian: Юлия Елистратова) is a Ukrainian professional triathlete, European U23 champion of the year 2009, Number 1 in the ITU ranking (women's standing) of the year 2009 with by far the highest “total number of races” (6), several times national champion in various categories and member of the Ukrainian national team. She competed at the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics.[2][3]


On 27 October 2004, Yelistratova took part in her first elite race and placed 9th at the European Cup in Alanya, so at the age of 15 at her Elite debut she effortlessly achieved a top-ten position among the world elite. Since then she has continuously won medals in numerous international events. She is also decorated with the title Master of Sports (Мастер срорта, International Class).

In 2009 Yelistratova took part in four competitions of the prestigious Dextro Energy World Championship Series. In Tongyeong she placed 31st (Elite), in Kitzbühel 6th (Elite), in Yokohama 21st (Elite), and at the Grand Final in Southport (Gold Coast) 5th (U23). At the two World Cup triathlons in Mooloolaba and Tiszaújváros she placed 19th and 5th respectively (Elite), at the European Cup in Brno and the Premium Asia Cup in Beijing she won the gold medals and at the beginning of this season, on 20 June 2009, she won the European U23 Championships in Tarzo Revine. The two last races in 2009 again underlined Sapunova’s dominating role: the U23 triathlete won the gold medal at the Elite Premium European Cup in Eilat and placed 5th at the Elite World Cup in Huatulco. Having won the gold medal in 2007 and the silver medals in 2006 and 2008, Sapunova was definitely among the prospective winners in the triathlon in Alanyabut but, like one third of the competitors, she did not finish the race, for reasons unknown.

The National Ukrainian Championships of 2009 were won by Inna Tsyganok, who like Sapunova originates from the north Ukrainian town Zhytomyr and also represents the local sports club Dinamo (Дінамо, Russian Динамо). Giving precedence to, and winning at, the European Cup in Brno, Sapunova obviously decided not to take part in the National Championships of 2009.[4]

In 2010, Sapunova placed 2nd at the U23 European Championships and 11th at the U23 World Championships and finally, after disappointing positions in some preceding competitions, again she won a gold medal at the World Cup in Tiszaújváros.

Yelistratova's new coach for the season 2011 is the famous triathlon expert Sergio Santos.[5]

Personal life[edit]

She is married to fellow triathlete Danylo Sapunov.[2]

ITU competition[edit]

Yelistratova ITU results include:[6]

Date Competition Place Rank
2004-10-27 European Cup Alanya[7] 9
2005-07-23 European Championships (Junior) Alexandroupoli(s)[8] 9
2005-09-10 World Championships (Junior) Gamagori 14
2005-10-26 Premium European Cup Alanya 8
2006-06-23 European Championships (Junior) Autun 5
2006-07-08 European Cup (Junior) Rijeka 2
2006-08-13 World Cup Tiszaújváros 20
2006-09-02 World Championships (Junior) Lausanne 4
2006-10-07 Duathlon European Championships (Junior) Rimini 7
2006-10-18 European Cup (Junior) Alanya 2
2006-10-28 European Cup (Junior) Eilat 1
2007-03-25 World Cup Mooloolaba 40
2007-04-15 World Cup Ishigaki 22
2007-05-13 World Cup Richards Bay 39
2007-06-03 World Cup Madrid 22
2007-06-10 World Cup Vancouver 20
2007-06-30 European Championships (Junior) Copenhagen 4
2007-08-11 World Cup Tiszaújváros 4
2007-08-31 World Championships Hamburg 4
2007-09-15 World Cup Beijing 47
2007-10-07 World Cup Rhodes 35
2007-10-24 Premium European Cup Alanya 1
2007-11-04 World Cup Cancun 20
2008-04-13 World Cup Ishigaki 18
2008-04-26 World Cup Tongyeong 17
2008-05-04 World Cup Richards Bay 12
2008-05-25 World Cup Madrid 26
2008-06-08 World Championships (U23) Vancouver 7
2008-07-06 Asia Cup Burabay 1
2008-08-03 European Cup Egirdir 3
2008-08-18 Olympic Games Beijing 24
2008-09-06 European Championships (U23) Pulpí 2
2008-09-28 Asia Cup Suixian 5
2008-10-26 Premium European Cup Alanya 2
2008-11-15 Asia Cup Hong Kong 5
2009-03-29 World Cup Mooloolaba 19
2009-05-02 World Championship Series Tongyeong 31
2009-06-20 European Championships (U23) Tarzo Revine 1
2009-06-27 Elite Cup Hy-Vee 21
2009-07-12 World Championship Series Kitzbühel 6
2009-07-18 European Cup Brno 1
2009-07-25 Premium Asia Cup Beijing 1
2009-08-09 World Cup Tiszaújváros 5
2009-08-22 World Championship Series Yokohama 21
2009-09-11 World Championship Series (U23), Grand Final Gold Coast 5
2009-10-17 Premium Asian Cup Hong Kong 2
2009-10-25 Premium European Cup Alanya DNF
2009-11-08 World Cup Huatulco 5
2009-11-21 Premium European Cup Eilat 1
2010-03-28 World Cup Mooloolaba 26
2010-04-11 World Championship Series Sydney 34
2010-05-08 World Championship Series Seoul 32
2010-05-15 Premium Asian Cup Fuzhou DNF
2010-06-12 Elite Cup Hy-Vee 28
2010-07-03 European Championships Athlone 18
2010-07-10 World Cup Holten 12
2010-08-08 World Cup Tiszaújváros 1
2010-08-28 European Championships (U23) Vila Nova de Gaia (Porto) 2
2010-09-08 World Championships (U23) Budapest 11
2010-10-10 World Cup Huatulco 28
2010-10-16 World Cup Tongyeong 17
2010-10-23 Asian Cup Hong Kong 4
2011-03-26 World Cup Mooloolaba 28
2011-04-09 World Championship Series Sydney 29
2011-04-17 World Cup Ishigaki 16
2011-06-04 World Championship Series Madrid 35
2011-06-18 World Championship Series Kitzbuhel 47
2011-06-24 European Championships Pontevedra 5
2011-06-26 European Championships (Elite Mix Relay) Pontevedra 2
2011-07-03 European Cup Penza 2
2011-08-06 World Championship Series London 55
2011-08-14 World Cup Tiszaújváros 20
2011-08-21 European Cup Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad)


  1. ^ See https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/sa/yuliya-sapunova-1.html. Retrieved 12 December 2009. According to a dead weblink still existent in the Google cache, http://wztx.com/SAPUNOVA+Yuliya.htm,[permanent dead link] however, Yelistratova was born in Zaporozhye. Retrieved 7 March 2010.
  2. ^ a b "Yuliya Yelistratova Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-08-05.
  3. ^ "Rio 2016 Individual women - Olympic Triathlon". International Olympic Committee. 2017-06-03. Retrieved 2017-07-03.
  4. ^ See http://triathlon.org.ua/fileadmin/templates/images/lvov_17-19.07.09/%D0%B6%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%89%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%8B.pdf.[permanent dead link] Retrieved 12 December 2009.
  5. ^ See http://triathlon.org.ua/news/208--l-r.[permanent dead link] Retrieved 30 January 2011.
  6. ^ "ITU Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 17 August 2011.
  7. ^ This competition is missing in the ITU lists of all participating athletes, though it may be found in this hidden place: http://www2.triathlon.org/etu-website/ns/events/2004/alanya/results-women-alanya2004.htm.[permanent dead link] Retrieved 2 May 2010.
  8. ^ The European Championships of 2005 in Alexandroupoli(s) are not indicated in any of the Profile Pages of the participating triathletes, though it can be found e.g. on this hidden page: http://www2.triathlon.org/etu-website/ns/events/2005/alexandroupoli/results-alexandroupolis2005-jf.pdf.[permanent dead link] Retrieved 12 December 2009.

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