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Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 08/10/1975
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.80/5'10''
Weight (kg / lbs) 64/141
Events Inscribed   Athletics Women's Pole Vault
Medals Won SILVER Medal SILVER -  Women's Pole Vault

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
23 Mar
MCG Women's Pole Vault
Qualifying- Group A
Australia Flag AUS  - GRIGORIEVA Tatiana (3) 4.10 Completed
25 Mar
MCG Women's Pole Vault
Final- Final
Australia Flag AUS  - GRIGORIEVA Tatiana (2) 4.35 Completed

Place Of Birth St Petersburg, Russia
Residence Adelaide, South Australia but temporarily Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Marital Status Single
Occupation Athlete/ Model/ Student
Coach Sergei Miroschnichenko
Club Tatiana trains mainly at the Gold Coast campus of Griffith University.
Games History
Manchester 2002
Gold in the Pole Vault (4.35m, CR)
Games History
Athens 2004
did not compete

Sydney 2000
Silver in the Pole Vault (4.55m)
Injuries Despite an injury restricted campaign, Tatiana equalled her personal best to claim fourth place at the '01 World Championships in Canada. She injured her left hamstring in June 2003, ruining any chance of selection in the team for the 2003 World Championships. In 2004/05, Tatiana had to cut short her domestic season when she injured her finger.
Other Personal Best:
Pole Vault - 4.56m (2001)

Season's Best:
Pole Vault - 4.47m (2005)

World Ranking:
23rd in Women's Pole Vault (as at 31-Oct-2005)

Tatiana is a four-time Australian pole vault champion. She has also won silver three times at the national titles.

A mixed 2003/04 domestic season, saw Tatiana clear 4.30m and no height in the Olympic Trials. Unable to improve her seasonal best in mid-2004 she missed Olympic selection.

A former national level 400m hurdler in Russia, Tatiana took up pole vaulting after she migrated to Australia in 1997.  Within 12 months of picking up a pole, she had become one of the world's best, placing second in the '98 Goodwill Games in New York. In her first major championships she won bronze at the '99 World Championships.

Tatiana is studying marketing and building a successful career in her limited spare time. Launched in 2001 her range of lingerie (Tatiana Teen Girl) and Pyjamas (TVPJs) were a great success in the first season. She is also very popular with photographers around the world regularly appearing on the cover of a wide range of magazines.

She was named by sports network ESPN as one of the world's ten sexiest athletes.

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