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Britta Bilac

Britta Bilač (née Vörös) (born December 4, 1968 in Saalfeld, Thuringia, East Germany) is a retired high jumper who competed internationally for Germany and Slovenia from 1992 onwards. Her greatest achievement was the European Championship victory in 1994 with a personal best jump of 2.00 m.

She won the 1989 Hochsprung mit Musik with a leap of 1.84 m.

Formerly representing East Germany, she married Slovenian long jumper Borut Bilač and thus became a Slovenian citizen in 1992.

Achievements

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  East Germany
1990 European Indoor Championships Glasgow, Scotland 2nd 1.94 m[1]
Representing  Slovenia
1992 European Indoor Championships Genoa, Italy 4th 1.91 m[2]
Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain 15th 1.83 m (1.92)
1993 World Championships Stuttgart, Germany 11th 1.88 m (1.90)
Mediterranean Games Narbonne, France 1st 1.92 m
1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 1st 2.00m PB (1.92)[3]
World Cup London, England 1st 1.91 m
1995 World Indoor Championships Barcelona, Spain 2nd 1.99 m (1.92)
1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States 9th 1.93 m (1.93)
1997 World Indoor Championships Paris, France 12th 1.90 m (1.93)
World Championships Athens, Greece 7th 1.93 m (1.94)
  • Results in brackets indicate height achieved in qualifying round

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Bulgaria Stefka Kostadinova
Women's High Jump Best Year Performance
alongside Ukraine Inga Babakova and Cuba Silvia Costa

1994
Succeeded by
Ukraine Inga Babakova

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