Heptathlete Tatyana Chernova showed that she is in good shape ahead of the defence of her World title in Moscow next month when she produced a world-leading total of 6623 points at the World University Games on Thursday (12).
World champion Tatyana Chernova will headline the women’s Heptathlon at the Hypo Meeting – the second leg of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge – which will be traditionally held this weekend (25-26) in the picturesque Austrian village of Gotzis.
Olympic champion Ashton Eaton and World champion Tatyana Chernova are just two of the many names in the star-studded cast announced so far for the Hypo Meeting – the second leg of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge – in Gotzis, Austria, on 25-26 May.
The 16th edition of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge starts with in exactly a week and the first of 15 meetings which will decide this year’s men’s and women’s winners will be the famous Multistars meeting, which this year will be in the Italian city of Florence on 2-3 May.
The 15th edition of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge saw Belgium’s Hans van Alphen and Russia’s Tatyana Chernova emerge as the overall winners for the all-rounders premiere series. Both received the US$30,000 first prize that was available for the winners of the Challenge.
Statisticians A. Lennart Julin (SWE) and Mirko Jalava (FIN) begin their first of eight ‘End of Season’ event category reviews covering all Athletics disciplines, highlighting the best performances which have taken place across our sport in 2011, with the COMBINED EVENTS.
Russia's Tatyana Chernova knew that if she wanted to end a run of disappointments at the IAAF World championships, she needed a change in attitude.