Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Adelina Gavril?, Adina Anton, Adrian Proteasa, Alina Astafei, Alina Gherasim, Alina Militaru, Ana Maria Groza, Ana Mirela ?ermure, Anca Heltne, Ancu?a Bobocel, Andreea Ogr?zeanu, Angela Moro?anu, Ani?oara Cu?mir-Stanciu, Anu?a C?tun?, Argentina Menis, Bianca Perie, Bianca R?zor, Bogdan ??ru?, Bogdan Tudor, Carol Corbu, Claudia ?tef, Constantina Di??, Cornel Porumb, Costel Grasu, Costic? B?lan, Cristieana Cojocaru, Cristina Boi?, Cristina Bujin, Cristina Casandra, Cristina Nicolau, Cristina Pomacu, Daniela Cârlan, Doina Melinte, Elena Antoci, Elena Fidatov, Elena Mirela Lavric, Elena Murgoci, Ella Kovacs, Esthera Petre, Éva Ráduly-Zörg?, Felicia ?ilea-Moldovan, Fi?a Lovin, Floren?a Cr?ciunescu, Gabriela Szabo, Gheorghe Boroi, Gheorghe Gu?et, Gheorghe Megelea, Ileana Silai, Ilie Floroiu, Iolanda Bala?, Ionela Târlea, Ionut Punga, Iulia Olteanu, Lia Manoliu, Lidia ?imon, Liliana N?stase, Lumini?a Talpo?, Margareta Keszeg, Mariana Solomon, Marian Oprea, Maria Cioncan, Maricica Puic?, Marieta Ilcu, Marius Cocioran, Marius Ionescu, Mihaela Botezan, Mihaela Loghin, Mihaela Pene?, Monica Iag?r, Monica Stoian, Natalia M?r??escu, Nicoleta Grasu, Niculina Vasile, Norica Câmpean, Nu?a Olaru, Oana Pantelimon, Paula Ivan, Paul Copu, Petra V?ideanu, Rodica Mateescu, Roxana Bârc?, ?erban Ciochin?, Sorin Matei, ?tefan Vasilache, Valeria Bufanu, Vali Ionescu, Violeta Szekely, Viorica ?ig?u, Viorica Viscopoleanu. Excerpt: Elena Fidatov, sometimes known as Elena Fidatof, (born 24 July 1960) is a former Romanian middle- and long-distance runner who competed in track, road, and cross country running competitions. In a period spanning 1984 to 2002, she competed at IAAF World Cross Country Championships on thirteen occasions, making her one of the most frequent participants at the event. She is a two-time Olympian for Romania, having represented her country at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics. She ran on the track at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics on three occasions, competing in events from 1500 metres to 5000 metres. She was integral to a number of team medal performances for Romania at the World Cross Country event and also the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships. Individually, she won a bronze and a silver medal at the European Cross Country Championships in 1994 and 1997, respectively. Her later career was marred by doping incidents; she was reprieved of a failed test in 1996 but received a two-year ban from the sport in 1998 after testing positive for the anabolic steroid nandrolone. Born in Tulcea, Romania, Elena Fidatov made her international debut at the 1984 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, reaching the top 40 in the women's long race. She was much improved at the 1985 World Cross Country event and her tenth place finish helped the Romanian women, led by Fi?a Lovin, to the team bronze medal. She was third at the Balkan Cross Country Championships that year and succeeded her compatriot Mariana Chirila to the title the following season. Fidatov came ninth in the long race at the 1986 IAAF World Cross Country Championships. She did not compete internationally in the late 1980s. Fidatov took the Balkan Cross Country title for a second time in 1990, but managed only 60th place on the world stage. That same year she was fifth over 1500 metres at the 1990 European Athletics Championships. Her focus began to turn to track running and she competed in the 1500 m fina
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