Table-topping Russia added a further two medals to the haul of eight Golds, 5 Silvers and 6 Bronze medals from the previous days at the European Athletics Championships in Barcelona.
Day 5 - Saturday July 31 – the haul today was modest compared with the previous four days which saw Russia’s heroes shoot into first place in the medals table, with eight Golds, five Silver and six Bronze medals: Saturday saw another Silver and bronze medal, taking the total tally to 8 Golds, 6 Silvers and 7 Bronze medals.
Nailya Yulamanova won a Silver medal in Saturday’s Women’s Marathon, with a time of 2:32:15, behind Lithuania’s Zivile Balciunaite (2:31:14) and ahead of Italy’s Anna Incerti (2:32:48).
In the Women’s 200 metres, another medal, this time a bronze, for Aleksandra Fedoriva (22.44) behind France’s Myriam Soumaré and Ukraine’s Yelizaveta Bryzhina.
Gold medals (8)
Stanislav Emelyanov - Men's 20 km Walk
Olga Kaniskina - Women's 20 km Walk
Aleksandr Shustov – Men’s High Jump
Svetlana Feofanova – Women’s Pole Vault
Tatyana Firova - Women’s 400 metres
Yuliya Zarudneva - Women’s 3,000 metre Steeplechase
Natalya Antyukh - Women’s 400m. Hurdles
Mariya Savinova - Women’s 800 metres
Silver Medals (6)
Anisya Kirdyapkina - Women's 20 km Walk
Inga Abitova - Women’s 10,000 metres
Ivan Ukhov - Men’s High Jump
Kseniya Ustalova - Women’s 400 metres
Tatyana Lysenko - Women’s Hammer Throw
Nailya Yulamanova - Women’s Marathon
Bronze Medals (7)
Anna Avdeeva - Women’s shot-put
Vera Sokolova - Women's 20 km Walk
Olga Kucherenko - Women’s Long Jump
Sergey Bakulin - Men’s 50 km Walk
Antonina Krivoshapka - Women’s 400 metres
Lyubov Kharlamanova - Women’s 3,000 metre Steeplechase
Aleksandra Fedoriva - Women’s 200 metres
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