Olga Safronova

Height

172

Weight

58

Regions

PVD

Discipline

100 m, 200 m, 4x100m

Personal trainer

Alexander Denisko

Sports title

Master of Sport of International Class
  • The Best Result Outdoor
  • Personal best

    Category Result Place Date Rank
    100 m
    11.09 Almaty
    24.05.2016 -
    200 m 22.85 Almaty 28.06.2014 -
    4х100 m 42.92 Almaty 04.07.2016 -


    Best result of 2017

    Category Result
    Place Date Rank
    100 m 11.45 Bhubaneshwar
    07.07.2017 -
    200 m 23.11 Almaty 13.06.2017 -
    4х100 m 43.03 Almaty
    24.06.2017 -

  • The Best Result Indoor
  • Personal best

    Category Result Place
    Date Rank
    60 m
    7.30 Karaganda 27.01.2012 -


    Best result of 2017

    Category Result Place Date Rank
    60 m
    7.43 Ashgabad 19.09.2017 -

    Honours Competition Place Dicipline
    Gold
    Asian games
    Incheon
    (2014)
    200 m
    Silver Asian games Incheon
    (2014)
    4х100 m
    Silver Asian championship
    Wushan
    (2015)
    200 m
    Bronze Asian championship Bhubaneshwar
    (2017)
    4х100 m
    Silver Asian championship Bhubaneshwar
    (2017)
    100 m
    Бронза Asian championship Bhubaneshwar
    (2017)
    200 m
    Silver Asian indoor championship Tehran
    (2010)
    4х100 m
    Bronze Asian indoor championship Tehran
    (2010)
    60 m
    Bronze Asian indoor games
    Ashgabat
    (2017)
    60 m
    Bronze Asian indoor games Ashgabat
    (2017)
    60 m
    Gold Universiade
    Taipei
    (2017)
    4х100 m

    • Participant of 2 Olympic games (London 2012, Rio 2016)
    • Participant of 6 World championships
    • Junior: Ostrava 2007
      Youth: Bydgoszcz 2008
      Senior: Tegu 2011, Moscow 2013, Beijing 2015, London 2017

    • Participant  of 2 World Indoor championships (Istanbul2012, Sopot 2014)
    • Participant of IAAF Continental Cup, Marrakesh 2014
    • 4 times champion of Kazakhstan  (Almaty 2009, 2010, 2012, 2016)
    • 2 times champion of Kazakhstan (indoor)  (Karaganda, 2010, 2012)
    • TOP 8 of Asian indoor championship (Hanhzhou, 2012)
    • 2 times in TOP 8 of IAAF Continental Cup (Marrakesh, 2014)