Pavel Gaiduk

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Pavel Gaiduk Ski jumping
nation KazakhstanKazakhstan Kazakhstan
birthday February 11, 1976
place of birth Alma-AtaKazakh SSRKazakhstan Soviet Socialist RepublicKazakh SSR 
size 178 cm
Weight 70 kg
society Central Sports Club Army
National squad since 1995
Pers. Best 158 m ( Bad Mitterndorf 2000)
status resigned
End of career 2003
Ski jumping world cup / A class jumping
 Debut in the World Cup January 3, 1999
 Overall World Cup 84th ( 1998/99 )
 Jump World Cup 80th ( 1998/99 )
 Four Hills Tournament 69th ( 1998/99 )
Ski jumping Grand Prix
 Overall Grand Prix 48th ( 2001 )

Pawel Gaiduk ( Russian Павел Гайдук ; born February 11, 1976 in Alma-Ata ) is a former Kazakh ski jumper .


Gaiduk began his international career in 1995 in the Ski Jumping Continental Cup . Despite the fact that in the course of the first few years he never got above 127th place in the overall Continental Cup ranking, he was part of the line-up for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano , where he was 48th on the normal hill and 42nd on the large hill. Reached place. In the team competition, he finished eleventh together with Alexander Kolmakow , Dmitri Tschwykow and Stanislaw Filimonow . On January 3, 1999, Gaiduk made his debut in the ski jumping world cup in Innsbruck . On February 7, 1999 in Harrachov he won his first and only World Cup points with 23rd place on the large hill. At the Nordic World Ski Championships in 1999 in Ramsau am Dachstein , gaiduk jumped to 50th place on the normal hill and 47th place on the large hill. He finished the 1998/99 World Cup season in 84th place in the overall World Cup ranking. At the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City , Gaiduk dropped out of the qualification when jumping on the large hill, but was able to take 44th place after successful qualification when jumping on the normal hill. After the games, Gaiduk jumped exclusively in the Continental Cup and was only nominated for one team world cup. In 2003, Gaiduk ended his rather hapless career.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Kazakhstan Ski Jumping at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games . Retrieved June 22, 2009.