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Athlete profile: Tatyana Riabkina
Athlete background info last updated 2015-07-31 14:21:31
Strong and very stable Russian runner who has several individual silver and bronze medals from EOC and WOC - and many 2nd and 3rd places in the World Cup. The first WOC medal back in 2004 a the middle distance in Sweden - and still going strong 11 years later in 2015. Finished 2nd overall in the World Cup in 2004 and 3rd in 2012. Still missing the individual gold medal, but took gold on the relay with Russia at EOC 2012. Impressed in Tiomila 2007 by anchoring her club Hellas to the victory. Won her first WC race on the middle distance in O-ringen in July 2007. Won two JWOC-gold under her maiden name, Pereliaeva. Married to Maxim Ryabkin, inventer of the Orient-Show.
CountryRussia
WoO RankingOverall: 82, Sprint: 116, Middle: 56, Long: 50
World Ranking Middle/Long 43 / Sprint 44 (as of 29/8/2016)
ClubCSP Novgorod (RUS), Hellas (SWE)
Born placeMoscow (RUS)
Born date1980-05-13
LivesNovgord (RUS)

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
2 silver medals

2008, Relay, Olomouc, Czech Republic
2004, Middle, Västerås, Sweden

3 bronze medals

2015, MixedRelay, Inverness, Scotland
2012, Middle, Lausanne, Switzerland
2006, Middle, Aarhus, Denmark

Best for each discipline:

Long: 4. place 2012, Lausanne, Switzerland
Middle: Silver 2004, Västerås, Sweden
Relay: Silver 2008, Olomouc, Czech Republic
MixedRelay: Bronze 2015, Inverness, Scotland

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Overall World Cup (WC Overall)
2. place: Once

WC Overall 2004

3. place: Once

WC Overall 2012

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European Orienteering Championships (EOC)
1 gold medal

2012, Relay, Falun, Sweden

3 silver medals

2012, Long, Falun, Sweden
2008, Relay, Ventspils, Latvia
2008, Long, Ventspils, Latvia

4 bronze medals

2012, Middle, Falun, Sweden
2004, Relay, Roskilde, Denmark
2004, Middle, Roskilde, Denmark
2004, Long, Roskilde, Denmark

Best for each discipline:

Long: Silver last time 2012, Falun, Sweden
Middle: Bronze last time 2012, Falun, Sweden
Relay: Gold 2012, Falun, Sweden

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Open Nordic Orienteering Championships (NOC)
Best result 37. place:

2001, Long, Mikkeli, Finland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 37. place 2001, Mikkeli, Finland
Middle: 44. place 2001, Mikkeli, Finland

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World Cup (WC)
1. place: Once

2007, WC no. 4, Mjölby - O-Ringen, SWE, Middle

2. place: 6 times

2012, WC no. 11, NORT, SWE, Sprint
2012, WC no. 2, Falun, SWE, Long, EOC
2008, WC no. 2, Ventspils, LAT, Long, EOC
2004, WC no. 11, Dresden, GER, Long
2004, WC no. 10, Dresden, GER, Middle
2004, WC no. 7, Västerås, SWE, Middle, WOC

3. place: 7 times

2013, WC no. 1, New Zealand, NZL, Middle
2012, WC no. 10, NORT, NOR, Middle
2012, WC no. 7, Lausanne, Switzerland, Middle, WOC
2012, WC no. 1, Falun, SWE, Middle, EOC
2006, WC no. 7, Århus, DEN, Middle, WOC
2004, WC no. 3, Roskilde, DEN, Long, EOC
2004, WC no. 1, Roskilde, DEN, Middle, EOC

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Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC)
1. place: 4 times

2000, Relay, Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic
2000, Long, Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic
1999, Relay, Varna, Bulgaria
1998, Middle, Reims, France

2. place: 3 times

1999, Long, Varna, Bulgaria
1998, Relay, Reims, France
1998, Long, Reims, France

3. place: Once

1996, Relay, Govora, Romania

Best for each discipline:

Long: 1. place 2000, Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic
Middle: 1. place 1998, Reims, France
Relay: 1. place last time 2000, Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic

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Other international results

Individual results:
2005: Worldgames, 4. place
2005: PWT 2005-7, 1. place (Yuxi, CHN)
2005: PWT 2005-6, 1. place (Hangzhou, CHN)
2005: PWT 2005-5, 1. place (Jinhua, CHN)
2005: PWT 2005-4, 1. place (Suzhou, CHN)
2005: PWT 2005-3, 3. place (Shanghai, CHN)
Relays:
2009: Venla 2009, 2. place (4. leg, Out: 8. place, In: 2. place, Hellas)
2008: Venla 2008, 23. place (4. leg, Out: 45. place, In: 23. place, Hellas)
2006: Venla 2006, 19. place (4. leg, Out: 50. place, In: 19. place, Hellas)
2005: Venla 2005, 14. place (4. leg, Out: 17. place, In: 14. place, Hellas)
2004: Venla 2004, 2. place (4. leg, Out: 3. place, In: 2. place, Hellas)

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 43 / Sprint 44 (as of 29/8/2016)
See also all IOF WRE results for Tatyana Riabkina including updated WR position

Tatyana Riabkina is found under the following names:
Tanja Riabkina (1 times) Tatiana Pereliavea (1 times) Tatyana Ryabkina (1 times) Tanya Ryabkina (3 times) Tatiana Perelieva (7 times) Tanja Ryabkina (7 times) Tatiana Pereliaeva (23 times) Tatiana Ryabkina (25 times) Tatyana Riabkina (89 times) Tatiana Riabkina (119 times) .