Anna PYATYKH

Athlete Profile

  • COUNTRY
    Russia Russia
  • DATE OF BIRTH
    04 APR 1981
    ATHLETE'S IAAF CODE
    174894
Anna Pyatykh of Russia during the Triple Jump final (Getty Images)

Outdoor

Discipline Performance Wind Place Date Records
Long Jump 6.72 +0.8 Moskva (RUS) 29 JUN 2007
Triple Jump 15.02 +0.9 Göteborg (SWE) 09 AUG 2006
Triple Jump 15.17 * +2.4 Athina (GRE) 03 JUL 2006

Legend

* Not legal.

Indoor

Discipline Performance Wind Place Date Records
Long Jump 6.57 Moskva (RUS) 23 JAN 2005
Triple Jump 14.93 Moskva (RUS) 11 MAR 2006

Legend

* Not legal.

Outdoor

Long Jump

Performance Wind Place Date
2007 6.72 +0.8 Moskva (RUS) 29 JUN 2007
2005 6.53 +0.4 Tula (RUS) 12 JUL 2005
2003 6.38 Tula (RUS) 07 AUG 2003
2002 6.16 +0.5 Tivoli (ITA) 05 SEP 2002
2001 6.27 Moskva (RUS) 27 JUL 2001
2000 6.46 +1.3 Moskva (RUS) 19 AUG 2000
1999 6.37 0.0 Rostov (RUS) 09 JUL 1999

Outdoor

Triple Jump

Performance Wind Place Date
2007 14.71 +1.9 Rieti (ITA) 09 SEP 2007
2006 15.02 +0.9 Göteborg (SWE) 09 AUG 2006
2005 14.88 +1.2 Lausanne (SUI) 05 JUL 2005
2004 14.85 +0.6 Bydgoszcz (POL) 19 JUN 2004
2003 14.79 -0.7 Firenze (ITA) 21 JUN 2003
2002 14.67 +0.1 Annecy (FRA) 22 JUN 2002
2001 14.21 +1.0 Tula (RUS) 15 JUL 2001
2000 14.19 +2.0 Lapinlahti (FIN) 16 JUL 2000
1999 13.59 0.0 Rostov (RUS) 10 JUL 1999
1998 12.22 0.0 Tula (RUS) 05 JUL 1998

Indoor

Long Jump

Performance Place Date
2006/07 6.53 Moskva (RUS) 28 JAN 2007
2005/06 6.39 Moskva (RUS) 25 JAN 2006
2004/05 6.57 Moskva (RUS) 23 JAN 2005
2003/04 6.45 Moskva (RUS) 07 JAN 2004
2002/03 6.40 Moskva (RUS) 07 JAN 2003
2001/02 6.26 Moskva (RUS) 26 JAN 2002
2000/01 6.43 Moskva (RUS) 06 JAN 2001
1999/00 6.00 Moskva (RUS) 06 JAN 2000
1998/99 5.90 Moskva (RUS) 06 JAN 1999
1997/98 5.63 Lipetsk (RUS) 24 JAN 1998

Indoor

Triple Jump

Performance Place Date
2006/07 13.77 Samara (RUS) 03 FEB 2007
2005/06 14.93 Moskva (RUS) 11 MAR 2006
2004/05 14.56 Madrid (ESP) 24 FEB 2005
2003/04 14.36 Moskva (RUS) 18 FEB 2004
2002/03 14.44 Samara (RUS) 26 JAN 2003
2001/02 13.88 Moskva (RUS) 27 JAN 2002
2000/01 13.90 Moskva (RUS) 17 JAN 2001
1999/00 13.32 Moskva (RUS) 29 FEB 2000
1998/99 12.83 Moskva (RUS) 23 JAN 1999

Honours - Olympic Games

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
8. Triple Jump 14.79 +0.7 Athina (GRE) 23 AUG 2004

Honours - World Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
3. Triple Jump 14.78 -0.5 Helsinki (FIN) 07 AUG 2005
4. Triple Jump 14.72 -0.4 Paris (FRA) 26 AUG 2003

Honours - World Indoor Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
2. Triple Jump 14.93 Moskva (RUS) 11 MAR 2006
4. Triple Jump 14.35 Birmingham (GBR) 15 MAR 2003

Honours - World U20 Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
2. Triple Jump 14.18 +1.2 Santiago de Chile (CHI) 21 OCT 2000

Honours - European Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
3. Triple Jump 15.02 +0.9 Göteborg (SWE) 09 AUG 2006
8. Triple Jump 14.08 +1.5 München (GER) 10 AUG 2002

Honours - World Athletics Final

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
4. Triple Jump 14.60 +0.4 Stuttgart (GER) 10 SEP 2006
4. Triple Jump 14.55 +0.8 Monaco (MON) 13 SEP 2003
5. Triple Jump 14.65 +0.8 Monaco (MON) 10 SEP 2005
6. Triple Jump 14.57 -0.2 Monaco (MON) 19 SEP 2004

Honours - European Team Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
1. Triple Jump 14.72 +0.9 Firenze (ITA) 18 JUN 2005
1. Triple Jump 14.85 +0.6 Bydgoszcz (POL) 19 JUN 2004
1. Triple Jump 14.79 -0.7 Firenze (ITA) 21 JUN 2003
1. Triple Jump 14.67 +0.1 Annecy (FRA) 22 JUN 2002

Honours - World Military Games

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
1. Long Jump 6.16 +0.5 Tivoli (ITA) 05 SEP 2002

Honours - European U20 Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
3. Triple Jump 13.36 -0.9 Riga (LAT) 06 AUG 1999

Honours - National Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
1. Triple Jump 14.60 -0.5 Tula (RUS) 03 AUG 2007
1. Triple Jump 14.67 +1.1 Tula (RUS) 12 JUN 2006
1. Triple Jump 14.69 -0.6 Tula (RUS) 01 AUG 2004

Honours - National Indoor Championships

Place Discipline Mark Wind Place Date
1. Triple Jump 14.69 Moskva (RUS) 17 FEB 2006
Results in:

Triple Jump

Date Competition Cnt. Cat Race Pl. Result Wind Remark
30 MAY 2014 Sochi Russian Team Ch. RUSRUS F F - - +0.6 DOP
05 JUN 2014 Roma Golden Gala - Pietro Mennea ITAITA GL F - - -0.9 DOP
08 JUN 2014 Hengelo FBK Games NEDNED B F - - +0.6 DOP
14 JUN 2014 New York adidas Grand Prix USAUSA GL F - - +0.6 DOP
03 JUL 2014 Lausanne Athletissima SUISUI GL F - - +1.9 DOP
06 JUL 2014 Padova Meeting Citta Di Padova ITAITA D F - - +1.0 DOP
25 JUL 2014 Kazan Russian Ch. RUSRUS B Q1 - - +0.6 DOP
26 JUL 2014 Kazan Russian Ch. RUSRUS B F - - +0.5 DOP


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Updated 25 February 2008

Anna PYATYKH, Russia (Triple Jump)

Born: 4 April 1981, Moscow

Height: 1,76m; weight: 63kg

Lives: Moscow

Coach: Yevgeny Ter-Avanesov 

Manager:  Aivar Karotamm


Despite of the fact that sometimes she participates in the long jump, for Anna Pyatykh this discipline will always be secondary to the triple jump. Nevertheless, in 1999 and 2000, she was the Under-20 champion of Russia in both disciplines. But, on the world scene, she has achieved her best results in the triple jump.

Pyatykh finished third in the 1999 European U20 Championships (13.36m) and, one year later, gained the silver medal at the World Junior Championships, in Santiago, Chile (14.18m). Then, four years in succession, from 2002 to 2005, she won the triple jump at the European Cup, also finishing third at the 2005 World Championships in Helsinki (14.78m).

That day was very anxious for Pyatykh because it was not until the last moment that she was sure she would gain the bronze medal. “I had made it my rule a long time ago: you should never dream about a medal until the last attempt of the last competitor is finished,” she said. “It makes no sense at all to stare at the indicator board”.

Although Pyatykh was happy with her medal, she had hoped to jump over 15 metres. In 2006 she had fulfilled that dream. First she jumped 15.17 but with following wind above the legal mark (+2.4 m/s) at the Super Grand-Prix in Athens. Then, at the European Championships, in Gothenburg, she placed third by jumping 15.02 legally.

Fourth in the 2007 World Championships in Osaka, Pyatykh has often been close to the winners but she would like to become a world champion herself. Her aim is to achieve that at the 2008 World Indoor Championships in Valencia.


Personal Bests:

Long Jump –    6.72 (2007)
Triple Jump – 15.02 (2006)
Indoors
Long Jump –    6.57 (2005)
Triple Jump – 14.93 (2006)


Yearly Progression

Triple Jump: 1997 - 11.85; 1998 - 12.98; 1999 - 13.59; 2000 - 14.19; 2001 - 14.21; 2002 - 14.67; 2003 - 14.79; 2004 - 14.85; 2005 - 14.88; 2006 - 15.02; 2007 - 14.88; 2008 - 14.51i


Career Highlights

1998 1 Russian U18 Championships Triple Jump 12.92
1999 1 Russian Indoor U20 Championships Triple Jump 12.95
 1 Russian U20 Championships Long Jump   6.37
 1 Russian U20 Championships Triple Jump 13.59
 3 European U20 Championships Triple Jump 13.36
2000 1 Russian Indoor U20 Championships Long Jump   6.23
 1 Russian Indoor U20 Championships Triple Jump 13.51
 2 Russian U20 Championships Long Jump   6.43
 1 Russian U20 Championships Triple Jump 14.00
 2 World Junior Championships Triple Jump 14.18
2001 5 Russian Championships Triple Jump 14.21
2002 1 European Cup Triple Jump 14.67
 8 European Championships Triple Jump 14.08
2003 4 World Indoor Championships Triple Jump 14.35
 1 European Cup Triple Jump 14.79
 4 World Championships Triple Jump 14.72
 4 World Athletics Final Triple Jump 14.55
2004 2 Russian Indoor Championships Triple Jump 14.36
 1 European Cup Triple Jump 14.85
 1 Russian Championships Triple Jump 14.69
 8 Olympic Games Triple Jump 14.79
 6 World Athletics Final Triple Jump 14.57
2005 1 European Cup Triple Jump 14.72
 3 World Championships Triple Jump 14.78
 5 World Athletics Final Triple Jump 14.65
2006 1 Russian Indoor Championships Triple Jump 14.69
 2 World Indoor Championships Triple Jump 14.93
 1 Russian Championships Triple Jump 14.67
 3 European Championships Triple Jump 15.02
 4 World Atletics Final Triple Jump 14.60
2007 1 Russian Championships Triple Jump 14.60
 4 World Championships Triple Jump 14.88
2008 1 Russian Indoor Championships Triple Jump 14.51

 

Prepared by Larisa Voloshina, Sergey Tikhonov & Marina Voloshina for the IAAF ‘Focus on Athletes’ project. Copyright IAAF 2008

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