The wires ended the career of the champion of the Olympic games 2004 in Athens in the 800 meters Yuriy Borzakovskiy held at the international athletics competitions “Russian winter” in Moscow.
Competition “Russian winter” held February 1 at the arena CSKA in Moscow. The ceremony was attended by two-time Olympic champion in the pole vault Yelena Isinbayeva, who took a pause in his career in connection with the birth of a child.
Athlete Borzakovskiy is ready to become the head coach Rossiiskoi announced his retirement from the sport in July of this year. The last major success in the career of 33-year-old athlete is the bronze medal at the world Championships in 2011 and winning the European championship 2012. Moscow 2013 IAAF world Championships runner missed because of illness. In November last year, the athlete has already announced the end of a career, but then announced the start of preparations for the season of 2014. Only start Borzakovskiy in the season was the Znamensky memorial at the end of June.
Previously, the Olympic champion said he was willing to work in the coaching staff of the Russian national team in athletics. Later, the President of the Russian athletics Federation (vfla) Valentin Balakhnichev reported that the candidate Borzakovskiy submitted for approval by the Ministry of sport of the Russian Federation head coach of the national team.
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