Tatiana Gennadjewna Chebykina

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Tatjana Gennadjewna Tschebykina medal table


RussiaRussia Russia
World championships
gold 1999 Seville 4 × 400 m
silver 1995 Gothenburg 4 × 400 m
Indoor world championships
gold 1995 Barcelona 4 × 400 m
gold 1997 Paris 4 × 400 m
gold 1999 Maebashi 4 × 400 m
European Indoor Championships
bronze 1996 Stockholm 400 m

Tatiana Gennadyevna Chebykina ( Russian Татьяна Геннадьевна Чебыкина , English transcription Tatyana Gennadyevna Chebykina ; born November 22, 1968 in Sverdlovsk ) is a former Russian sprinter who specialized in the 400-meter run .

She celebrated her greatest successes as a member of the Russian 4 x 400 meter relay . In 1995 she won the title at the World Indoor Championships in Barcelona together with Jelena Rusina , Jekaterina Kulikowa and Svetlana Goncharenko . In the same year she won in Gothenburg at the World Championships outdoors together with Svetlana Gontscharenko Julija Sotnikowa and Jelena Andrejewa the silver medal in the relay.

In 1996, Tschebykina won the bronze medal in the 400-meter run at the European Athletics Indoor Championships in Stockholm . At the Olympic Games in Atlanta , she finished fifth with the 4 x 400 meter relay.

At the IAAF World Indoor Championships in 1997 in Paris , she managed to defend her title in the relay. Together with Svetlana Goncharenko, Olga Kotljarowa and Tatjana Alexejewa , she set a new indoor world record in a time of 3: 26.84 minutes. Later in the season, Chebykina finished fourth at the World Championships in Athens with the Russian relay team.

In 1999 she won the season title for the third time in a row at the World Indoor Championships in Maebashi . In a time of 3: 24.25 minutes, she set another indoor world record together with Swetlana Gontscharenko, Olga Kotlyarova and Natalia Nazarova . In the same season Chebykina celebrated the most important success of her career by winning the gold medal at the World Championships in Seville . The Russian quartet won in the same line-up as in Maebashi in the world annual best of 3: 21.98 minutes ahead of the seasons from the USA and Germany .

Tatjana Tschebykina is 1.73 m tall and had a competition weight of 63 kg. She is married to the walker Nikolai Matjuchin and has one son.

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