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Yuliya Chermoshanskaya


Yuliya Chermoshanskaya

Yuliya Chermoshanskaya

Yuliya Chermoshanskaya at the 2010 Josef Odložil Memorial in Prague
Medal record
Representing  Russia
Women's athletics
Olympic Games
Gold 2008 Beijing 4x100 metre relay
European U23 Championships
Gold 2007 Debrecen 200 m
Gold 2007 Debrecen 4 x 100 m relay
Summer Universiade
Gold 2005 Izmir 4x100 m Relay
European Junior Championships
Gold 2005 Kaunas 200 m
Silver 2005 Kaunas 4x100 m relay

Yuliya Igorevna Chermoshanskaya (Russian: Юлия Игоревна Чермошанская; born 6 January 1986 in Bryansk) is a Russian track and field athlete and daughter of Galina Malchugina.[1]

Chermoshanskaya represented Russia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing competing at the 4x100 metres relay, together with Aleksandra Fedoriva, Yulia Gushchina and Yevgeniya Polyakova. In their first round heat they placed second behind Jamaica, but in front of Germany and China. Their time of 42.87 seconds was also the second time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they sprinted to 42.31 seconds, the first place and the gold medal. Belgium and Nigeria took the other medals. The Jamaican team did not finish due to a mistake in the baton exchange.[1]

Chermoshanskaya participated in the 2010 European Championships in Athletics in the 4 x 100 m relay and the 200 metres. In the relay final, along with Yuna Mekhti-Zade, Aleksandra Fedoriva and Yulia Gushchina, they finished fourth behind Ukraine, France and Poland. In the 200 metre competition, she won her heat in a time of 23.10 secs, which was good enough to advance. In her semifinal, she finished second in an improved time of 22.88, behind Ukrainian, Yelizaveta Bryzhina. She then went into the final as the overall, fifth fastest athlete. In the final, she ran a seasonal best of 22.67 which finished her in seventh place, and last of the actual race finishes as Véronique Mang was disqualified for a false start. Her Russian compatriots, Aleksandra Fedoriva and Anastasia Kapachinskaya finished third and fourth respectively. Myriam Soumaré of France won the race in a European-leading time of 22.32.


  1. ^ a b Athlete biography: Yuliya Chermoshanskaya,, ret: 27 Aug 2008

External links

  • Yuliya Chermoshanskaya profile at IAAF

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