Maria Ivanovna Fadeeva

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Maria Fadeeva rowing
Full name Maria Ivanovna Fadeeva
nation Soviet UnionSoviet Union Soviet Union , RussiaRussiaRussia 
birthday March 4th 1958
place of birth PskovSoviet Union
size 178 cm
discipline rowing
status resigned
Medal table
Olympic Summer Games 0 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
Rowing World Championships 1 × gold 0 × silver 0 × bronze
Olympic rings Olympic games
bronze 1980 Moscow Foursome with a helmsman
FISA logo World championships
gold 1979 Bled Foursome with a helmsman
Last change: August 11, 2015

Marija Ivanovna Fadejewa , married Alexaschina ( Russian Мария Ивановна Фадеева (-Алексашина) ; born March  4, 1958 in Pskow , Russian SFSR , Soviet Union ) is a former Soviet rowing woman who won an Olympic bronze medal in 1980 with a tax woman.

Athletic career

Fadejewa was at the rowing world championships in 1979 in Bled ( Yugoslavia , today Slovenia ) together with Walentina Semenowa, Swetlana Semjonowa and Galina Stepanowa world champion in the four with helmswoman.

At the XXII. At the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow , Fadejewa won a bronze medal in the foursome with taxwoman along with Galina Sovetnikowa , Marina Studnewa , Svetlana Semyonova and Nina Cheremissina .

Life after exercise

After retiring from sports, Fadejewa initially worked as a trainer. After studying psychology, she has been working as a psychologist in a correctional facility in Pskov since 1993.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Svetlana Stepanovna Senjomowa at (Russian)
  2. ^ Result of the final in the W4 + at the Rowing World Championships 1979 in Bled, Yugoslavia. World Rowing Association, accessed on August 11, 2015 (English).
  3. Where do the world champions retreat to? (Russian)