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Igor Bychkov (athlete)

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Nationality  Spain
Name  Igor Bychkov
Weight  80 kg (180 lb) (2012)
Role  Sports Career
Event(s)  Pole vault
Height  1.89 m
Club  Playas de Castellon

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Born  7 March 1987 (age 28) (1987-03-07) Donetsk, Ukrainian SSR

Igor Bychkov (born 7 March 1987 in Donetsk, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian-born pole vaulter who represents Spain. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, finishing 12th in the final. He was also the first Spanish athlete in the history to compete in a World Championships Final in the pole vault (Daegu 2011) and also the first Spanish athlete to win an IAAF Challenge in the pole vault after winning in Beijing 2013.

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He has won three outdoor national championships (2011, 2012 and 2013), and two indoor national championships (2008 and 2011). He has represented Spain in nine major international competitions.

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His personal best jumps are 5.65 metres outdoors (Alcobendas 2013) and 5.60 meters indoors (Madrid 2014).

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