Natalja Nikolajewna Antjuch
|Full name||Natalja Nikolajewna Antjuch|
|birthday||26th June 1981 (age 39)|
|place of birth||Leningrad , Soviet Union|
|discipline||Sprint , hurdles|
|Best performance||22.75 m ( 200 m )
49.85 s ( 400 m )
52.70 s ( 400 m hurdles )
|last change: March 29, 2020|
Natalja Nikolajewna Antjuch ( Russian Наталья Николаевна Антюх , English transcription Natalya Antyukh ; born June 26, 1981 in Leningrad , Soviet Union ) is a former Russian sprinter with the special 400-meter run and hurdler .
At the beginning of her international sporting career, she won the silver medal in the 4 x 400 meter relay at the European Championships in Munich in 2002 . At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens , she won the bronze medal over 400 m behind Tonique Williams-Darling (BAH) and Ana Guevara (MEX) and silver with the Russian relay.
At the World Championships in Helsinki in 2005 she reached the semi-finals in the individual competition and won gold in the 4 x 400 meter relay with the Russian team. In 2007 she was national champion and sixth at the World Championships in Osaka . In 2009 she was fourth at the European Indoor Championships in Turin . In the 2009 outdoor season, she switched to the 400-meter hurdles . At the World Championships in Berlin , she was sixth. In 2010 she won over 400 meter hurdles at the European Championships in Barcelona and set a European Championship record with 52.92 s. At the Athletics Continental Cup in Split , she was fourth.
She won bronze at the 2011 World Championships in Daegu . In 2012 she set her personal best in the hurdles over 400 m at the Olympic Games in London and became Olympic champion; there was also the silver medal with the relay. On February 1, 2017, the gave IOC announced that the 4-400-meter relay times of women from Russia the silver medal stripped is. Antjuch's colleague Antonina Kriwoschapka had tested positive for an anabolic steroid in follow-up tests .
At the end of March 2020, the AIU independent integrity commission of the world athletics association World Athletics announced that it had initiated proceedings against Antjuch on the basis of evidence from the McLaren Report . The CAS International Court of Justice now has to decide on the case .
- 400 m: 49.85 s, July 31, 2004, Tula
- Hall: 50.37 s, February 18, 2006, Moscow
- 400 m hurdles: 52.70 s, 8 August 2012, London
- Natalja Nikolajewna Antjuch in the database of Sports-Reference (English; archived from the original )
- Natalya Antyukh in the database of World Athletics (English)
- IOC sanctions three athletes for failing anti-doping test at London 2012. International Olympic Committee , February 1, 2017, accessed on April 22, 2018 .
- Martin Neumann: Flash News of the Day - Doping proceedings against Olympic champions Silnov and Antyukh , notes, on: Leichtathletik.de, March 28, 2020, accessed March 29, 2020
- Two Russian Olympic champions in the doping pillory (March 28, 2020)
|SURNAME||Antjuch, Natalja Nikolajewna|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Антюх, Наталья Николаевна; Antyukh, Natalya|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Russian sprinter (400 m)|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 26, 1981|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Leningrad|