Elina Swerawa (Byelorussian ЭлінаЗьверава; Russian ЭллинаЗверева; * 16. November 1960 in Dolgoprudni with Moscow), is a Byelorussian Diskuswerferin. It won the gold medal in its discipline with the olympic plays in Sydney. She was at the time with 39 years the oldest athlete IC gold medal winner of history.
Elina Swerawa denies 1988 in Seoul since 1979 Diskuswettkämpfe and participated for the first time in olympic plays, where her the 5. Place occupied. With the olympic plays 1992 was it because of Steroid - Dopings closed, became then after their return 1993 with the world championships 1995 world champion. Olympia 1996 in Atlanta followed then the bronze medal. In the year after Swerawa reached place 2 with the world championships 1997. After its triumph with the olympic plays 2000 it occupied in the following year again the second place with the world championships 2001, however four years later as the world champion was explained, there the Natalja Sadowa led before at the first place with the match to high Koffein - values had.
successes in detail
- 1995, world championship Göteborg: Place 1 (68.64 m)
- 1996, olympic plays Atlanta: Place 3 (65.64 m)
- 1997, world championship Athens: Place 2 (65.90 m)
- 2000, olympic plays Sydney: Place 1 (68.40 m)
- 2001, world championship Edmonton: Place 1 (67.10 m)
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1928: Halina Konopacka | 1932: Lillian copilot country | 1936: Gisela Mauermayer | 1948: Me LINE Ostermeyer | 1952: Nina Romaschkowa | 1956: Olga Fikotová | 1960: Nina Romaschkowa | 1964: Tamara press | 1968: Lia Manoliu | 1972: Faina Melnik | 1976: Evelin Schlaak | 1980: Evelin Jahl | 1984: Ria Stalman | 1988: Martina light man | 1992: Maritza Martén | 1996: Ilke Wyludda | 2000: Elina Swerawa | 2004: Natalja Sadowa
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||Byelorussian light athlete and Olympiasiegerin|
|DATE OF BIRTH||16. November 1960|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Dolgoprodny|