Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Radion Gataullin

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Nationality  Russian
Name  Radion Gataullin
Weight  79 kg (174 lb)
Role  Olympic athlete
Country  Soviet Union  Russia
Height  1.89 m
Sport  Athletics

Radion Gataullin wwwsportingheroesnetcontentthumbnails000830
Native name  Radion aksanovich Gataullin
Full name  Radion Aksanovich Gataullin
Born  November 23, 1965 (age 50) (1965-11-23) Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union
Olympic medals  Athletics at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's pole vault

Russia wada report a political move ex pole vaulter radion gataullin

Radion Aksanovich Gataullin (Russian: Радио́н Аксанович Гатау́ллин; born on 23 November 1965) is a retired pole vaulter who represented the Soviet Union and later Russia. He is the 1988 Olympic silver medallist, the 1987 World bronze medallist, a two-time European champion and a two-time World Indoor champion.


Radion Gataullin httpsiytimgcomviT7v6KkRuyImaxresdefaultjpg

2989 European Track & Field 1990 Split Pole Vault Radion Gataullin


Born in in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union), Gautaullin trained at Burevestnik in Tashkent and represented the USSR and later Russia. He is of Tatar origin.

His personal best jump was 6.02 (indoors) and 6.00 metres (outdoors), and he became the second pole vaulter to break the 6 metre barrier after Sergey Bubka. He was the first vaulter to clear 6.00m indoors.

He later became the national pole vault coach of Russia. His younger brother Ruslan Gataullin has represented Russia in the long jump. He is married to Tatyana Reshetnikova, an Olympic hurdler for Russia.


Radion Gataullin Wikipedia

Similar Topics
Instructions Not Included
Sarah Cardwell
Ngemba Evans Obi