Lidia Simon

Lidia Slavuteanu Simon (* 4. September 1973 in Târgu Carbunesti, district Gorj, Romania, geb. Simon) is a Romanian light athlete and Olympionikin, who very successfully specialized in the Halbmarathon and Marathonstrecke.

It is 1,57m largely and weighs 44kg (2000). It is married and has a son.

Among their largest successes rank the threefold victory with the Osaka Marathon, the silver medal with the XXVII. Olympic summer games 2000 in Sydney, as well as the world championship title in the Marathon. From 2000 to 2005 it held the Romanian national record in the Marathon.

successes

  • 2006: Place 9 with the Osaka Marathon of the women in 2:33: 53
  • 2006: Place 11 with the Miyazaki Halbmarathon of the women in 1:11: 57
  • 2005: Place 5 with the Osaka Marathon of the women in 2:27: 01
  • 2005: Siegerin with the Miyazaki Halbmarathon of the women in 1:09: 58
  • 2004: Place 2 with the vienna Marathon in 2:30: 40
  • 2003: Place 19 with the Chicago Marathon in 2:40: 54
  • 2001: Siegerin in the Marathon with the world championships in Edmonton in 2:26: 01 - World champion -
  • 2000: Place 4 with the Halbmarathon in Tokyo in 1:08: 34
  • 2000: Place 2 with the Marathon of the XXVII. Olympic summer games in Sydney, Australia
  • 2000: Siegerin with the Osaka Marathon of the women in 2:22.54 - Romanian national record -
  • 2000: Place 2 with London Marathon in 2:24.46
  • 1999: Siegerin with the Halbmarathon in Sapporo in 1:08: 51
  • 1999: Siegerin with the Osaka Marathon of the women in 2:23.24
  • 1999: Place 3 with the world championships in Sevilla in 2:27: 41
  • 1998: Siegerin with the Osaka Marathon of the women in 2:28.31
  • 1997: Place 3 with the world championships in Athens in 2:31.55
  • 1997: Place 3 with the Osaka Marathon of the women in 2:27.04
  • 1996: Place 6 with the Marathon of the XXVI. Olympic summer games in Atlanta in 2:31: 04
  • 1995: Place 2 with the Marathon World Cup in Athens in 2:31.46
  • 1994: Siegerin with the Lyon Marathon in 2:33: 59


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