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Andrei Tivontchik

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Native name  andrei TSіvonchik
Event(s)  Pole vault
Height  1.85 m
Sport  Athletics
Role  Olympic athlete

Country  Belarus  Germany
Name  Andrei Tivontchik
Nationality  German
Personal best(s)  5.95 m (1996)
Weight  78 kg
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Born  13 July 1970 (age 45) (1970-07-13) Gorkiy, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Olympic medals  Athletics at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's pole vault
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Andrei Tivontchik (Belarusian: Андрэй Цівончык; born 13 July 1970 in Gorkiy) is a former German pole vaulter. He was Olympic bronze medalist at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

Tivontchik grew up in the Soviet Union and became a Belarusian citizen after the Soviet dissolution. In 1993 he moved to Germany and became a German citizen. Beginning with the 1994 European Championships he started for the German team. Tivontchik could not take part in the 2000 Olympics and retired in 2001.

His personal best is 5.95 metres, achieved in 1996.

After working as trainer of the national pole vault team of Qatar, Tivontchik returned to Germany in 2004 where he is working as a trainer at LAZ Zweibrücken.


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