2002 Russian Indoor Athletics Championships
Dates12–14 February
Host cityVolgograd
VenueVGAFK Stadium
Events28
2001
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The 2002 Russian Indoor Athletics Championships (Russian: Чемпионат России по лёгкой атлетике в помещении 2002) was the 11th edition of the national championship in indoor track and field for Russia. It was held on 12–14 February at the VGAFK Stadium in Volgograd. A total of 28 events (14 for men and 14 for women) were contested over the three-day competition.[1] It was used for selection of the Russian team for the 2002 European Athletics Indoor Championships.

Two indoor events were contested in Moscow, separately from the main championships. An indoor 6-hour run was held on 1–2 February and the combined events were held from 3–5 February.

Natalya Cherepanova set a world indoor best for the women's 3000 metres steeplechase with 9:38.30. Vyacheslav Shabunin set a championship record of 3:40.88 to win the men's 1500 metres. Yekaterina Puzanova won an 800 metres/1500 m double on the women's side. Sergey Ivanov broke the championship record with a time of 7:57.53 minutes in the men's 3000 metres.[2]


Results

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres Ilya Levin
Tula Oblast
6.70 Aleksandr Smirnov
Karelia
6.73 Sergey Blinov
Moscow/Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
Sergey Bychkov
Omsk Oblast
6.75
200 metres Denis Busovikov
Perm Oblast
21.47 Aleksandr Makukha
Tomsk Oblast
21.57 Oleg Sergeyev
Sverdlovsk Oblast/Tyumen Oblast
21.74
400 metres Dmitry Golovastov
Moscow
47.19 Aleksandr Usov
Lipetsk Oblast/Sverdlovsk Oblast
47.24 Yevgeniy Lebedev
Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
47.47
800 metres Dmitry Bogdanov
Sverdlovsk Oblast/Saint Petersburg
1:48.57 Sergey Kozhevnikov
Moscow/Ryazan Oblast
1:48.67 Boris Kaveshnikov
Sverdlovsk Oblast/Moscow Oblast
1:49.55
1500 metres Vyacheslav Shabunin
Moscow
3:40.88 Andrey Zadorozhniy
Moscow/Yaroslavl Oblast
3:42.88 Sergey Ivanov
Moscow/Chuvashia
3:45.38
3000 metres Sergey Ivanov
Moscow/Chuvashia
7:57.53 Andrey Zadorozhniy
Moscow/Yaroslavl Oblast
7:59.82 Aleksandr Otmakhov
Chuvashia
8:00.54
3000 m s'chase Roman Usov
Moscow/Kursk Oblast
8:35.39 Andrey Olshanskiy
Moscow/Volgograd Oblast
8:35.61 Aleksey Veselov
Saint Petersburg
8:37.78
60 m hurdles[a] Andrey Kislykh
Kemerovo Oblast
7.85 Igor Peremota
Chelyabinsk Oblast
7.97 Vyacheslav Shaporta
Kemerovo Oblast
8.02
High jump Pavel Fomenko
Bryansk Oblast
2.32 m Pyotr Brayko
Saint Petersburg
2.28 m Yaroslav Rybakov
Moscow/Yaroslavl Oblast
2.24 m
Pole vault Yuriy Yeliseyev
Moscow
5.65 m Yevgeniy Mikhaylichenko
Moscow/Krasnodar Krai
5.60 m Pavel Gerasimov
Moscow
5.60 m
Long jump Vitaliy Shkurlatov
Volgograd Oblast/Bashkortostan
8.08 m Kirill Sosunov
Ryazan Oblast
8.01 m Danil Burkenya
Moscow
7.90 m
Triple jump Igor Spasovkhodskiy
Moscow
17.00 m Aleksandr Aseledchenko
Stavropol Krai
16.99 m Andrey Kurennoy
Moscow/Krasnodar Krai
16.75 m
Shot put Pavel Chumachenko
Irkutsk Oblast
19.47 m Aleksandr Salnikov
Tatarstan
19.25 m Ivan Yushkov
Irkutsk Oblast/Novosibirsk Oblast
18.68 m
4 × 200 m relay Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
Dmitri Vasilyev
Sergey Blinov
Yevgeniy Lebedev
Oleg Mishukov
1:27.94

a On July 30, 2002, the IAAF in its monthly newsletter announced the disqualification of Russian hurdler Evgeny Pechonkin for 2 years. In his doping sample, taken as part of out-of-competition control on February 10, 2002, the prohibited drug norandrosterone was found. In accordance with the rules, all the athlete's results from the moment of sampling were annulled, including his win at the Russian Indoor Championship with a result of 7.63.[3][4]

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres Larisa Kruglova
Murmansk Oblast
7.20 Marina Kislova
Saint Petersburg
7.30 Mariya Bolikova
Kalmykiya
7.35
200 metres Yuliya Tabakova
Tula Oblast/Kaluga Oblast
23.47 Svetlana Goncharenko
Stavropol Krai
23.55 Irina Khabarova
Sverdlovsk Oblast
24.08
400 metres Natalya Antyukh
Saint Petersburg
51.80 Yuliya Pechonkina
Moscow Oblast
52.27 Natalya Ivanova
Moscow
52.66
800 metres Yekaterina Puzanova
Moscow Oblast/Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
2:01.42 Yuliya Kosenkova
Moscow/Omsk Oblast
2:01.92 Svetlana Cherkasova
Moscow/Khabarovsk Krai
2:02.85
1500 metres Yekaterina Puzanova
Moscow Oblast/Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
4:11.42 Yuliya Kosenkova
Moscow/Omsk Oblast
4:11.48 Natalya Yevdokimova
Saint Petersburg
4:14.17
3000 metres Yelena Zadorozhnaya
Irkutsk Oblast
8:45.72 Liliya Volkova
Bashkortostan
8:46.92 Oksana Belyakova
Moscow
8:56.82
3000 m s'chase Natalya Cherepanova
Moscow Oblast
9:38.30 Yuliya Vinokurova
Penza Oblast
9:52.11 Yekaterina Volkova
Moscow/Kursk Oblast
9:58.53
60 m hurdles Svetlana Laukhova
Saint Petersburg
8.10 Mariya Koroteyeva
Moscow Oblast
8.16 Natalya Davidenko
Volgograd Oblast
8.28
High jump Yelena Sivushenko
Volgograd Oblast
1.96 m Viktoriya Seregina
Bryansk Oblast/Primorsky Krai
1.94 m Olga Kaliturina
Moscow/Ryazan Oblast
1.92 m
Pole vault Yelena Isinbayeva
Volgograd Oblast
4.40 m Yelena Belyakova
Moscow
4.40 m Tatyana Polnova
Krasnodar Krai
4.20 m
Long jump Olga Rublyova
Volgograd Oblast
6.69 m Lyudmila Galkina
Saratov Oblast
6.67 m Tatyana Ter-Mesrobyan
Saint Petersburg
6.51 m
Triple jump Nadezhda Bazhenova
Vladimir Oblast
14.49 m Irina Vasilyeva
Moscow
14.38 m Yelena Oleynikova
Moscow
14.30 m
Shot put Lyudmila Sechko
Saint Petersburg
19.20 m Irina Khudoroshkina
Moscow Oblast
18.01 m Anna Romanova
Bryansk Oblast
17.55 m
4 × 200 m relay Sverdlovsk Oblast
Margarita Konoyko
Natalya Mikhaylovskaya
Elena Kolesnikova
Irina Khabarova
1:36.54

Russian 6-Hour Run Indoor Championships

The venue for the 6-hour run championships
The venue for the 6-hour run championships

The Russian 6-Hour Run Indoor Championships was held over 1–2 February in Moscow at the Krylatskoye Sports Complex Velodrome. The competition was held as part of the second Moscow Night Supermarathon. 42 athletes (30 men and 12 women) from 16 regions of the country started the race. Aleksey Belosludtsev and Marina Bychkova set new Russian records of 91,017 metres and 74,475 metres, respectively.[5]

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
6-hour run Aleksey Belosludtsev
Udmurtia
91,017 m Igor Tyazhkorob
Kursk Oblast
90,020 m Anatoliy Kruglikov
Smolensk Oblast
85,148 m

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
6-hour run Marina Bychkova
Smolensk Oblast
74,475 m Irina Reutovich
Kaliningrad Oblast
71,969 m Anna Kuptsova
Moscow
70,630 m

Russian Combined Events Indoor Championships

The Russian Combined Events Indoor Championships was held from 3 to 5 February at the Znamensky Brothers Olympic Center in Moscow.[6][7]

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon Aleksandr Pogorelov
Bryansk Oblast
5777 pts Sergey Nikitin
Moscow/Kemerovo Oblast
5775 pts Nikolay Averyanov
Chelyabinsk Oblast
5765 pts

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Pentathlon Svetlana Sokolova
Belgorod Oblast
4371 pts Anna Snetkova
Irkutsk Oblast
4234 pts Yelena Chernyavskaya
Belgorod Oblast
4172 pts

International team selection

As a result of the championships, the following athletes were selected for Russia at the 2002 European Athletics Indoor Championships:[8]

Men

Women

Had exemption for selection and allowed not to compete at the national championships

Later withdrew from the international competition

References

  1. ^ Russian Indoor Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved 2019-08-09.
  2. ^ "Чемпионат России в помещении. Волгоград (12—15:02). Результаты". Лёгкая атлетика (Journal). 2002. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04.
  3. ^ "Лёгкая атлетика. Результаты соревнований. Новости". «Спорт-Экспресс». 2002-07-01. Archived from the original on 2014-10-13. Retrieved 2014-10-09.
  4. ^ "IAAF Newsletters 2002". IAAF. 2002-07-30. p. 22. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-02-08. Retrieved 2014-10-09.
  5. ^ "Второй сверхмарафон "Ночь Москвы": Итоговый протокол". Клуб любителей бега «Парсек». 2002-02-02. Archived from the original (HTM) on 2018-01-13. Retrieved 2018-01-13.
  6. ^ Александр Любимов (2002-02-07). "Лёгкая атлетика. Результаты соревнований". «Спорт-Экспресс». Archived from the original on 2014-10-13. Retrieved 2014-10-09.
  7. ^ "На стадионах страны и мира. Чемпионат России по многоборьям". Лёгкая атлетика (Journal). 2002. Archived from the original on 2019-04-30.
  8. ^ Boris Tosunyan (2002-03-01). "Legkaya atletika. Sbornaya Rossii". «Sport-Ekspress». Archived from the original on 2014-10-13. Retrieved 2014-10-09.
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