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Medal record

Yevgeniya Artamonova
Women's Volleyball
Olympic Games
Competitor for the Olympic flag.svg Unified Team
Silver 1992 Barcelona Team Competition
Competitor for  Russia
Olympic Games
Silver 2000 Sydney Team Competition
Silver 2004 Athens Team Competition
World Championship
Bronze 1998 Japan Team Competition
FIVB World Grand Prix
Bronze 2001 Macau Team Competition
European Championship
Gold 1993 Brno-Zlin Team Competition
Gold 2001 Sofia-Varna Team Competition

Yevgeniya Viktorovna Estes (Russian: Евге́ния Ви́кторовна Э́стес), née Artamonova (Артамонова) (born July 17, 1975 in Sverdlovsk) is a Russian volleyball player, who was a member of the national team that won the silver medals at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.

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Fan Awards

She won the most beautiful woman volleyball player award, which was held on the occasion of World Grand Champions Cup '93 and sponsored by Japanese Monthly Volleyball Magazine, overtaking second-placed Mika Yamauchi of Japan.

As a member of TOYOBO, she won the first runner-up of "Miss V-League".

Grand Chamoions Cup '97 brought Russia team the perfect victory and she won the MVP.

During the Russia-Japan game of the World Grand Prix '95 she fell down because of a knee injury. The knee was operated on unsuccessfully the previous year.

Trivia

Aru-chan (Evguenia's nickname in Japan) On the court, she rarely shows her feelings, which made Japanese media nickname her “Ice doll”.

Individual Awards

References

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