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Európsky pohár v chôdzi, Walking Race EC - Dudince 2013
Slovakia

10th European Cup Race Walking , Dudince 2013 (SVK), return area.

Men's 50km- 1.Yohann DINIZ - FRA; 2.Mikhail RYZHOV - RUS; 3.Ivan NOSKOV -RUS;

Men's 20km 1.Denis STRELKOV  - RUS; 2.Miguel Angel LOPEZ -  ESP; 3.Matej TÓTH - SVK;

Womens 20 km - 1.Anisiya KORNIKOVA KIRDYAPKINA - RUS; 2.Vera SOKOLOVA - RUS; 3.Marina PANDAKOVA - RUS;

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Uploaded: 24/07/2013
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