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Olga Graf

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Country  Russia
Height  1.60 m
Role  Speed Skater

Name  Olga Graf
Sport  Speed skating
Weight  56 kg
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Born  15 July 1983 (age 32) (1983-07-15) Omsk, Soviet Union
Olympic medals  Speed skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's 3000 metres
Similar People  Yuliya Skokova, Yekaterina Lobysheva, Ireen Wust, Yekaterina Shikhova, Martina Sablikova

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Olga Borisovna Graf (Russian: Ольга Борисовна Граф; born 15 July 1983) is a Russian speed skater. Graf competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics, where she won bronze medals both in the 3000 metres event and in the team pursuit.


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Personal life

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Olga Graf was born 15 July 1983 in Omsk, Soviet Union. She began speed skating in 1995 when her martial arts instructor suggested that she try it. She attended the Siberian State University of Physical Education and Sport. In 2007, she joined the Russian national speed skating team.

Graf is married to Rustam Magdalinov and lives in Kolomna, Russia. She speaks Russian, German and English.

Early speed skating career

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Graf gradually worked her way up the world standings in women's speed skating. In her debut 2007–08 World Cup appearance she finished 56th in the 3000m/5000m. In the 2009–10 World Cup she improved her 3000m/5000m result slightly to 46th. She performed better that year in the 1500m where she finished 35th. She did not qualify for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

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It was not until the 2011–12 World Cup that Graf was able to crack the top ten in the individual. That year she finished 9th in the 3000m/5000m. In the 2012–13 World Cup she placed 7th in the 3000m/5000m and 3rd in the 5000m event.

2014 Sochi Olympics

At the 2014 Winter Olympics in the 3000m event Graf skated in the 10th pair against Jilleanne Rookard of the United States. She finished with a time of 4:03.47 which was good enough for first place. However, two pairs later Martina Sáblíková of the Czech Republic finished with a time of 4:01.95, pushing Graf into second. In the thirteenth and final pair Ireen Wüst of the Netherlands finished with a time 4:00.34 and win the gold medal and moving Graf into third for bronze.

Graf finished 4th in the 5000 metres event, missing out on a podium position by 0.11 of a second. In the team pursuit, Graf helped her team win the bronze medal behind Netherlands and Poland.


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