Full name: Tatyana Aleksandrovna Sidorova
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Height: 5-2 (158 cm)
Born: July 25, 1936 in Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk, Russia
Affiliations: Lokomotiv Chelyabinsk
Country: Soviet Union
Sport: Speed Skating
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
As a true sprinter, Tatyana Sidorova made her first international appearance at the Olympic Games, before finally debuting at the World All-around Championships in 1970, finishing in 15th place. She also took part in the first ISU Sprint Championships in 1970, where she finished in a disappointing 12th place. In her two Olympic appearances, Sidorova was more successful in 1964, when she won the bronze medal in the 500 behind her teammates [Lidiya Skoblikova] and [Irina Yegorova]. In her second Olympic appearance in 1968, she was ninth in the 500. Sidorova set three World Records, all at 500 metres â in 1968 at Davos and twice in 1970 at Medeo. Domestically Sidorova won one bronze at the Soviet All-around Championships in 1968 and won three Soviet distance titles, twice at 500 m (1968, 1970) and once at 1,000 m (1966).
Personal Bests: 500 â 42.8 (1973); 1000 â 1:29.9 (1970); 1500 â 2:21.8 (1970); 3000 â 5:08.1 (1970).
|1964 Winter||27||Innsbruck||Speed Skating||Women's 500 metres||Soviet Union||URS||3||Bronze|
|1968 Winter||31||Grenoble||Speed Skating||Women's 500 metres||Soviet Union||URS||9T|
|1964 Winter||27||Innsbruck||Speed Skating||Soviet Union||Final Standings||3||45.5|
|1968 Winter||31||Grenoble||Speed Skating||Soviet Union||Final Standings||9T||46.9||12.0|