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Alexandra Alexandrowna Kirjaschowa

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Alexandra Alexandrovna Kiryashova(Russian Александра Александровна Киряшова; born August 21, 1985 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Russian track and field athlete.

Kiryashova won silver in the pole vault at the 2001 World Youth Championships. At the 2007 Summer Universiade, she won gold.[1][2] In 2009 at the 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships she finished fourth and at the 2009 World Athletics Championships she finished ninth.[3] Kiryashova was sixth at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships and was the winner of the St. Petersburg Cup that same year[4] as well as Russian indoor champion. She has a best of 4.65 m both indoors and outdoors.

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  1. Universiade:Florian Kühnert takes 7th place
  2. A medal double in the pole vault@1@2Template:Dead link/www.barrierefrei.sport.bayer.de(page no longer available, search web archives )
  3. Athletics: German trio in the final
  4. Belarusian Anastasija Zvedova sets new national record in pole vault@1@2Template:Dead link/news.belta.by(page no longer available, search web archives )