Menkov magnificent in Moscow with 8.30m leap at Russian Winter|
Five 2014 world leading marks in championship events and Ethiopiaís Mohammed Aman coming close to the world best over 600m were the highlights of the Russian Winter indoor meeting in Moscow, the second of this yearís IAAF Indoor Permit meetings, on Sunday (2).
Moscow hopes for 600m world best, expects high jump world record attempts|
The Russian capital is currently frozen, with temperatures around minus 20 degrees Celsius, but the traditional Russian Winter indoor meeting, the second of this winterís IAAF Indoor Permit meetings, should warm things up on Sunday (2).
Jumping events at Russian Winter|
The organizers of the Russian Winter meeting to be held on 2 February have announced the line-up in the menís high jump, the womenís long jump and the womenís pole vault.
Terrence Trammell at Russian Winter|
Two-time World Indoor champion, World and Olympic medalist in the menís hurdling events Terrence Trammel will perform at the Russian Winter on 2 February in Moscow.
Menís hurdles at Russian Winter|
The organizing committee of the Russian Winter meeting has formed a superb line-up in the menís 60mH, where best Russian hurdlers Sergey Shubenkov and Konstantin Shabanov will face Beijing Olympic champion and former 110mH record holder Dayron Robles of Cuba.
Jumpers getting ready for Russian Winter|
Competitors of the Russian Winter meeting achieve perfect results 2 weeks before the meeting in Moscow on 2 February.
Ukrainians at Russian Winter|
Ukraineís Anna Melnichenko and Natalya Lupu will come to the Russian Winter meeting on 2 February in Moscow.
Ivan Ukhov goes over 2.41m in Chelyabinsk!|
Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov produced the best indoor performance in the world for 21 years when he cleared 2.41m at the Yuriy Lukasevich Memorial meeting in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk on Thursday (16).
Russian Winter with record|
The organizing committee of the Russian Winter meeting has announced the line-up in the menís 1500m and is looking forward to updating the eventís course record of 3:35.19 set by Venuste Njoigabo (Burundi) in 1996.
Jelimo at Russian Winter|
Olympic champion and current World indoor champion Pamela Jelimo of Kenya will compete at the 2014 Russian Winter meeting to be held on 2 February in Moscow.