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Guzel Khubbieva

Guzel Khubbieva (born 2 May 1976) is an Uzbekistani sprinter who specializes in the 100 and 200 metres.[1]

Khubbieva represented Uzbekistan at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing competing at the 100 metres sprint. In her first round heat she placed third behind Muna Lee and Anita Pistone in a time of 11.44 to advance to the second round. There she failed to qualify for the semi finals as her time of 11.49 was only the seventh time of her heat, causing elimination.[1] She won the silver medal at the 2010 Asian Games. She also competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She didn't qualify for the second round.[2]

Contents

  • Competition record 1
    • Personal bests 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Competition record

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Uzbekistan
2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 22nd (qf) 4x100 m relay 45.14
2001 World Championships Edmonton, Canada 12th (h) 4x100 m relay 45.99
2002 Asian Championships Colombo, Sri Lanka 4th 100 m 11.82
5th 200 m 24.15
Asian Games Busan, South Korea 8th 100 m 11.69
5th 200 m 23.68
3rd 4x100 m relay 44.32
2003 World Championships Paris, France 23rd (h) 100 m 11.42
16th (h) 4x100 m relay 45.74
Asian Championships Manila, Philippines 3rd 100 m 11.57
3rd 200 m 23.63
Afro-Asian Games Hyderabad, India 6th 100 m 11.74
6th 4x100 m relay 45.16
2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece 19th (qf) 100 m 11.35
2005 Asian Championships Incheon, South Korea 2nd 100 m 11.56
2nd 200 m 23.43
2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia 12th (sf) 60 m 7.33
World Cup Athens, Greece 7th 100 m
6th 200 m
Asian Games Doha, Qatar 1st 100 m 11.27
2nd 200 m 23.30
2007 World Championships Osaka, Japan 35th (h) 100 m 11.59
24th (qf) 200 m 23.28
2008 World Indoor Championships Valencia, Spain 12th (sf) 60 m 7.27
Olympic Games Beijing, China 26th (qf) 100 m 11.49
28th (h) 200 m 23.44
2009 World Championships Berlin, Germany 17th (qf) 100 m 11.43
34th (h) 200 m 23.61
Asian Championships Guangzhou, China 8th (sf) 100 m 11.84
Asian Indoor Games Hanoi, Vietnam 2nd 60 m 7.39
2010 Asian Games Guangzhou, China 2nd 100 m 11.34
3rd 200 m 23.87
2011 Asian Championships Kobe, Japan 1st 100 m 11.39
World Championships Daegu, South Korea 31st (h) 100 m 11.45
2012 World Indoor Championships Istanbul, Turkey 10th (sf) 60 m 7.25
Olympic Games London, United Kingdom 22nd (h) 100 m 11.22
2013 Asian Championships Pune, India 9th (h) 100 m 11.87

Personal bests

References

  1. ^ a b Athlete biography: Guzel Khubbieva, beijing2008.cn, ret: Aug 27, 2008
  2. ^ http://www.london2012.com/athletics/event/women-100m/phase=atw001900/index.html

External links

  • Guzel Khubbieva profile at IAAF
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