Linda Ojastu (until 1960, Linda Kepp; 29 February 1936 – 26 September 2006) was an Estonian athletics competitor.[1]

She was born in Tartu. In 1958 she graduated from the University of Tartu's Institute of Physical Education.[1]

She started her athletics exercising in 1950, coached by Vilma Jürisma. Since 1954 her coach was Fred Kudu. In 1958 she won gold medal at European Athletics Championships being a member of Soviet Union 4 x 100 m relay team.[1]

She was multiple-times Estonian champion.[1]

1957–1979 she worked as a coach at the sport club Tartu Kalev's athletics school.[1]

She was married to track and field athlete Eino Ojastu. Their children are track and field athletes Annely Ojastu and Aivar Ojastu.[1]



  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Linda_Kepp". Retrieved 27 March 2022.