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Inessa Kravets

Inessa Kravets

Medal record
Women's athletics
Representing  Ukraine
Olympic Games
1996 Atlanta Triple jump
World Championships
1995 Gothenburg Triple jump
World Indoor Championships
1993 Toronto Triple jump
Competitor for the Unified Team
Olympic Games
1992 Barcelona Long jump

Inessa Mykolajivna Kravets (née Shulyak, Ukrainian: Інесса Миколаївна Кравець; born October 5, 1966 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian SSR) is a retired Ukrainian female triple jumper and long jumper. She was among the most prominent female triple jumpers during the period that the event was added to competition programmes at major competitions

Born in Dnipropetrovsk, her breakthrough in the triple jump came in 1991 when she broke the world record with a clearance of 14.95 metres in June. Her first major medals came in 1992. At the inaugural appearance of the women's triple jump at the 1992 European Athletics Indoor Championships she won the gold medal. Later that year at the 1992 Summer Olympics she claimed the long jump silver as part of the Unified Team.

She followed this with a gold medal at the first women's triple jump at the 1993 IAAF World Indoor Championships, but due to a doping ban she did not compete at the debut of the event at the 1993 World Championships in Athletics, where Russia's Anna Biryukova took the title. In 1994 she won the long jump at the 1994 IAAF World Cup and doubled up at the 1994 European Athletics Championships to take long jump silver and triple jump bronze.

She jumped the world record at the 1995 World Championships in Gothenburg with 15.50 metres after studying a picture of Jonathan Edwards. The following year she won the Olympic gold medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, becoming the first ever women's champion in the triple jump.

In 1993, Kravets was banned three months for use of stimulants.[1] Kravets was suspended for 2 years in July 2000 after testing positive for a performance-enhancing steroid.

See also

References

  1. ^ IAAF - Kravets Inessa Biography. Retrieved 2008-08-27.

External links

  • Inessa Kravets profile at IAAF
  • "wulkana". - Leszek Albiniak. Retrieved 2007-07-28. 
Records
Preceded by
Li Huirong
Women's Triple Jump World Record Holder
1991-06-10 – 21 August 1993
Succeeded by
Anna Biryukova
Preceded by
Anna Biryukova
Women's Triple Jump World Record Holder
1995-08-10 –
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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