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November 22, 1968 |
Malakhovka, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Competitor for the Unified Team|
|Silver||1992 Barcelona||4x100 m relay|
|Bronze||1992 Barcelona||100 m|
|Competitor for Russia|
|Gold||2000 Sydney||400 m hurdles|
|Bronze||2000 Sydney||4x400 m relay|
|Competitor for Soviet Union|
|Silver||1991 Tokyo||4x100 m relay|
|Competitor for Russia|
|Gold||1993 Stuttgart||4x100 m relay|
|Silver||1993 Stuttgart||4x400 m relay|
|Silver||1995 Gothenburg||200 m|
|Bronze||1993 Stuttgart||200 m|
|Bronze||1995 Gothenburg||100 m|
|Gold||1994 Helsinki||100 m|
|Gold||1994 Helsinki||200 m|
|Gold||1998 Budapest||200 m|
|Silver||1994 Helsinki||4x100 m relay|
|Silver||1998 Budapest||100 m|
|Bronze||1998 Budapest||4x100 m relay|
She first competed in the sprint events, winning two Olympic medals in the 100 m and 200 m in 1992 whilst representing the Unified Team. Irina Privalova had been a formidable competitor during most of the 1990s but had not yet won an outdoor world championship gold medal. In 2000, she gambled successfully and switched to the 400 m hurdles discipline winning the Olympic title in Sydney 2000 in 53.02 s and a bronze in the 4 x 400 m relay team for Russia. It has been suggested that this change at the late age of 31 was because her chances of defeating Marion Jones (the overwhelming favourite for the 100 m/200 m double) was slim and the 400 m also being a repeat showdown between Marie-José Pérec and Cathy Freeman from the 1996 Atlanta Games. (That repeat showdown would not happen after Pérec left the Sydney games.)
Irina Privalova is currently the world indoor record holder in the 50 m (5.96 s), 60 m (6.92 s) sprints. She has also been the world indoor champion at the 60 m (7.02 s in 1991), 200 m (22.15 s in 1993), and 400 m (50.23 s in 1995) events.
Privalova is still running, achieving her best time in the 100 m for nine years in 2008.
|Awards and achievements|
|Women's European Athlete of the Year
|Women's 400 m Hurdles Best Year Performance