Ivet Lalova Biography & Photos

Ivet Lalowa (Bulgarian Ивет Лалова, Eng. IVET Lalova transcription; * May 18, 1984 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian Sprinterin.

It is one of the best Europeans over 100 m and 200 m, in addition to Christine Arron, Julija Neszjarenka and Kim Gevaert. For the first time they came into the limelight when she Athletics at the U20 European Championships in Tampere, the 2003 title over 100 meters and 200 won. On the eve of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens when she ran in European Cup Plovdiv sensational 10.77 s over 100 m. Only the Europarekordlerin Arron, Weltrekordlerin Florence Griffith-Joyner, Marion Jones, Evelyn Ashford and Merlene Ottey were in the history of athletics gone faster than the young Bulgarian. At the games in Athens failed them about 100 meters by only 3 hundredths of a second as the Fourth a medal. About 200 meters, she was fifth as the best European.

Iwet Lalowa is 1.68 m tall and weighs 55 kg.

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