Olga Vladimirovna Nazarova

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Olga Nazarova athletics
Full name Olga Vladimirovna Nazarova
nation Soviet UnionSoviet Union Soviet Union United Team Russia
United teamUnited team 
birthday June 1, 1965
place of birth Tula
size 169 cm
Weight 57 kg
discipline sprint
status resigned
Medal table
Olympic games 2 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
World championships 1 × gold 1 × silver 0 × bronze
Olympic rings Olympic games
gold Seoul 1988 4 × 400 m
bronze Seoul 1988 400 m
gold Barcelona 1992 4 × 400 m
IAAF logo World championships
silver Rome 1987 4 × 400 m
gold Tokyo 1991 4 × 400 m

Olga Wladimirowna Nasarowa ( Russian Ольга Владимировна Назарова , English transcription Olga Nazarova ; born June 1, 1965 in Tula ) is a former Russian sprinter with the special 400 meters , who became Olympic champion in the relay of the Soviet Union and the United Team .

In 1987 she was fourth at the World Indoor Championships in Indianapolis . In the same year she was eighth in the individual competition at the World Championships in Rome and won silver in the 4 x 400 meter relay .

At the Olympic Games in Seoul in 1988 she won the bronze medal over 400 meters behind Olha Bryshina (URS) and Petra Müller (GDR) as well as the gold medal in the 4 x 400 meter relay together with her teammates Tazzjana Ljadouskaja , Marija Pinigina and Olha Bryshina in front of the US and GDR teams . She also won gold with the Soviet relay at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo .

At the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona she won the gold medal again, starting for the United Team of the CIS : In the 4 x 400 meter relay together with her teammates Jelena Rusina , Lyudmyla Dschyhalowa and Olha Bryshina in front of the teams from the USA and the UK .

In 1995 she started for Russia at the World Championships in Gothenburg , but was eliminated in the semi-finals.

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