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Medal record

Olivera Jevtić
Women's Athletics
European Championships
Competitor for  Serbia
Silver Gothenburg 2006 Marathon
Mediterranean Games
Competitor for  Serbia and Montenegro
Bronze 2005 Almería Half Marathon
Bronze 2005 Almería 10.000 metres

Olivera Jevtić (Serbian Cyrillic: Оливера Јевтић, born July 24, 1977 in Titovo Užice, Yugoslavia, now Užice, Serbia) is a Serbian long-distance runner and is the most successful in the country. She is based in her native city of Užice, Serbia. Olivera's coach is Slavko Kuzmanović, and she competes for the running club "Mladost". Olivera holds the Serbian marathon record of 2:25:23, which she established at the Rotterdam Marathon in 2003.

She won the silver medal in the marathon at the 2006 European Athletics Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Doping scandal

Olivera was stripped of her third place in 2002 New York City Marathon after testing positive for banned drug ephedrine.[1]

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Belarus Galina Karnatsevich
Belgrade Women's Marathon Winner
2007
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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