Natalia Viktorovna Prikastschikowa

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Natalia Prikastschikowa biathlon
Full name Natalja Viktorovna Prikastschikowa
Наталья Викторовна Приказчикова
Association Soviet UnionSoviet Union Soviet Union
birthday 1968
place of birth EngelsSoviet UnionSoviet Union 1955Soviet Union 
World Cup victories 3 (including 2 relay / team)
status resigned
Medal table
World Cup medals 2 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
IBU Biathlon world championships
gold 1989 Feistritz Season
gold 1989 Feistritz team
bronze 1989 Feistritz sprint
World Cup balance
Overall World Cup 2. 1988/1989
 Podium placements 1. 2. 3.
sprint ? ? 1
Season 1 ? ?
team 1 ? ?

Natalja Wiktorowna Prikastschikowa ( Russian: Наталья Викторовна Приказчикова ; * 1968 in Engels , Saratov Oblast ) is a former Soviet biathlete .

Natalja Prikastschikowa had her most successful season in the winter of 1988/89. She won two titles and a total of three medals at the Biathlon World Championships in 1989 in Feistritz an der Drau . Together with Swetlana Dawydowa , Luisa Tscherepanowa and Jelena Golowina she was successful in the team competition. She won her only individual medal in the sprint as third behind Anne Elvebakk and Zwetana Krastewa . A day later she succeeded with the 3 × 7.5 km relay in the line-up of Prikastschikowa, Dawidowa, Golowina, the second title win. At the end of the season she only had to admit defeat to her teammate Jelena Golowina as second in the overall World Cup standings . Prikastschikowa won a World Cup race, was three times second and twice third. She received the highest Soviet sports award as Honored Master of Sports .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Представление сборной of Ukraine по биатлону - Чемпионат, 2000-2017, accessed on 11 March 2017
  2. Новости спорта. OLIMPICBLOG .: "Стреляющие лыжники" вновь выходят на старт ( Russian ) February 2, 2009. Retrieved October 7, 2010.
  3. Спортивная Россия - ОТ СПОРТИВНЫХ ПОБЕД К ВОЗРОЖДЕНИЮ РОССИИ! ( Russian ) February 3, 2010. Retrieved October 7, 2010.