Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Sportswoman Yevteyeva Won Bronze Medal at Short Track European Championship

Russian Nina Yevteyeva won the bronze medal at the European short track championship, which took place in Saint Petersburg.

Bulgarian racer Yevgeniya Radanova, the favorite of the tournament won the 1500 m race among women. She broke off her rival two laps before the finish and won with manifested advantage.

Stefanie Bouvier from France took the second place and Russian Nina Yevteyeva won the bronze medal having overcome fourth placed Yvonne Kuntse from Germany by one thousandth of a second.

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