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Oleh Lisohor Personal information Full name Олег Лісогор Nationality  Ukraine Born 17 January 1979 (1979-01-17) (age 32) Brovary, Soviet Union Height 192 cm (6'4") Weight 92 kg (203 lbs) Sport Sport Swimming Stroke(s) Breaststroke Club Meteor Medal record World Championships (LC) Gold 2007 Melbourne[1] 50 m breaststroke Gold 2001 Fukuoka 50 m breaststroke Silver 2003 Barcelona 50 m breaststroke World Championships (SC) Gold 2002 Moscow[2] 50 m breaststroke Gold 2002 Moscow 100 m breaststroke Gold 2006 Shanghai[3] 100 m breaststroke Gold 2006 Shanghai 50 m breaststroke Gold 2008 Manchester 50 m breaststroke Bronze 2006 Shanghai 4×100 m medley relay Bronze 2000 Athens[4] 50 m breaststroke Bronze 2008 Manchester 100 m breaststroke European Championships (LC) Gold 2002 Berlin 50 m breaststroke Gold 2002 Berlin 100 m breaststroke Gold 2004 Madrid 50 m breaststroke Gold 2004 Madrid 100 m breaststroke Gold 2004 Madrid 4×100 m medley Gold 2006 Budapest 50 m breaststroke Gold 2008 Eindhoven 50 m breaststroke Silver 1999 Istanbul 50 m breaststroke Silver 2000 Helsinki 50 m breaststroke Silver 2006 Budapest 4×100 m medley Bronze 2000 Helsinki 4×100 m medley Bronze 2006 Budapest 100 m breaststroke Bronze 2008 Eindhoven 100 m breaststroke European Championships (SC) Gold 2001 Antwerp 50 m breaststroke Gold 2001 Antwerp 100 m breaststroke Gold 2001 Antwerp 4×50 m freestyle Gold 2002 Riesa 50 m breaststroke Gold 2002 Riesa 100 m breaststroke Gold 2003 Dublin 50 m breaststroke Gold 2004 Vienna 50 m breaststroke Gold 2005 Trieste 50 m breaststroke Gold 2005 Trieste 100 m breaststroke Gold 2006 Helsinki 50 m breaststroke Gold 2006 Helsinki 100 m breaststroke Gold 2007 Debrecen 50 m breaststroke Silver 1999 Lisbon 50 m breaststroke Silver 2005 Trieste 100 m medley Bronze 2002 Riesa 100 m medley Summer Universiade Gold 2001 Beijing 50 m breaststroke Gold 2001 Beijing 100 m breaststroke Gold 2003 Daegu 4×100 m medley Gold 2005 Izmir 50 m breaststroke Gold 2005 Izmir 100 m breaststroke Gold 2005 Izmir 4×100 m medley Silver 2003 Daegu 50 m breaststroke Bronze 2003 Daegu 100 m breaststroke Oleh Lisohor (born 17 January 1979) is a Ukrainian swimmer. Born in Brovary, Kiev Oblast, Soviet Union (in present-day Ukraine), Lisogor is the former world record holder in the 50 metres breaststroke, long course, with 27.18 seconds. The record was set in Berlin on 2 August 2002. Lisogor is also the former record holder over 50 metres breaststroke (short course). He won two world titles in the 50 m breaststroke, in 2001 and 2007. External links Swim Rankings profile sports-reference References ^ "12th FINA World Championships". Archived from the original on 2007-06-06. http://web.archive.org/web/20070606111744/http://www.fina.org/events/WC/Melbourne_2007/results/swimming.php. Retrieved 2007-06-09.  ^ "2002 World Championships - Short Course Swim Rankings results". http://www.swimrankings.net/index.php?page=meetDetail&meetId=8866485. Retrieved 2007-07-24.  ^ "Shanghai 2006 results". Archived from the original on 2007-03-06. http://web.archive.org/web/20070306103724/http://www.fina.org/events/SW/SWC(25m)/Shanghai_2006/results/index.php. Retrieved 2007-07-24.  ^ "5th FINA World Swimming Championships". Archived from the original on 2007-12-18. http://web.archive.org/web/20071218160948/http://www.fina.org/events/WC/Fukuoka_2001/site/wldswimchamps00_results.html. Retrieved 2007-07-24.  (Norwegian) Verdensrekord på 50 m bryst from NTB, published 21 January 2006. FINA 25m WORLD RECORD, PDF retrieved 21 January 2006. FINA 50m WORLD RECORD, PDF retrieved 21 January 2006. OLEG LISOGOR from brama.com, retrieved 21 January 2006. Records Preceded by Ed Moses Men's 50 metre breaststroke world record holder (long course) 2 August 2002 – 18 April 2009 Succeeded by Cameron van der Burgh Preceded by Ed Moses Men's 50 metre breaststroke world record holder (short course) 26 January 2002 – 8 November 2008 Succeeded by Cameron van der Burgh v · d · eWorld Long Course Champions in Men's 50 m Breaststroke  2001: Oleg Lisogor (UKR)  •  2003: James Gibson (GBR)  •  2005: Mark Warnecke (GER)  •  2007: Oleg Lisogor (UKR)  •  2009: Cameron van der Burgh (RSA)  •  2011: Felipe França Silva (BRA) v · d · eWorld Short Course Champions in Men's 50 m Breaststroke 1999: Dmitriy Krayevskiy (UKR) · 2000: Mark Warnecke (GER) · 2002: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) · 2004: Brendan Hansen (USA) · 2006: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) · 2008: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) · 2010: Felipe França Silva (BRA) v · d · eWorld Short Course Champions in Men's 100 m Breaststroke 1993: Phil Rogers (AUS) · 1995: Mark Warnecke (GER) · 1997 – 1999: Patrik Isaksson (SWE) · 2000: Roman Sloudnov (RUS) · 2002: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) · 2004: Brendan Hansen (USA) · 2006: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) · 2008: Igor Borysik (UKR) · 2010: Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) v · d · eEuropean Champions in Men's 50 m Breaststroke 1999: Mark Warnecke (GER) • 2000: Mark Warnecke (GER) • 2002: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) • 2004: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) • 2006: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) and Alessandro Terrin (ITA) • 2008: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) • 2010: Fabio Scozzoli (ITA) v · d · eEuropean Champions in Men's 100 m Breaststroke 1970: Nikolai Pankin (URS) • 1974: Nikolai Pankin (URS) • 1977: Gerald Mörken (FRG) • 1981: Yuriy Kis (URS) • 1983: Robertas Žulpa (URS) • 1985: Adrian Moorhouse (GBR) • 1987: Adrian Moorhouse (GBR) • 1989: Adrian Moorhouse (GBR) • 1991: Norbert Rózsa (HUN) • 1993: Károly Güttler (HUN) • 1995: Frédérik Deburghgraeve (BEL) • 1997: Aleksandr Gukov (BLR) • 1999: Domenico Fioravanti (ITA) • 2000: Domenico Fioravanti (ITA) • 2002: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) • 2004: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) • 2006: Roman Sloudnov (RUS) • 2008: Alexander Dale Oen (NOR) • 2010: Alexander Dale Oen (NOR) v · d · eEuropean Champions in Men's 4×100 m Medley Relay 1958: Soviet Union (Barbier, Minachkin, Chenenkov, Polevoy) • 1962: East Germany (Dietze, Henninger, Gregor, Wiegand) • 1966: Soviet Union (Mazanov, Prokopenko, Kuzmin, Ilyichev) • 1970: East Germany (Matthes, Katzur, Poser, Unger) • 1974: West Germany (Steinbach, Kusch, Meeuw, Nocke) • 1977: West Germany (Steinbach, Mörken, Kraus, Nocke) • 1981: Soviet Union (Kuznetsov, Kis, Markovski, Krasyuk) • 1983: Soviet Union (Shemetov, Žulpa, Markovskiy, Smiriagin) • 1985: West Germany (Lebherz, Beab, Groß, Schowtka) • 1987: Soviet Union (Polyansky, Volkov, Petrov, Prigoda) • 1989: Soviet Union (Zabolotnov, Volkov, Yaroshchuk, Bashkatov) • 1991: Soviet Union (Selkov, Volkov, Kulikov, Popov) • 1993: Russia (Selkov, Kirichuk, Pankratov, Popov) • 1995: Russia (Selkov, Korneyev, Pankratov, Popov) • 1997: Russia (Selkov, Korneyev, Kulikov, Popov) • 1999: Netherlands (Zwering, Wouda, Aartsen, Van den Hoogenband) • 2000: Russia (Aminov, Komornikov, Chernyshev, Popov) • 2002: Russia (Alechin, Sloudnov, Marchenko, Popov) • 2004: Ukraine (Nikolaychuk, Lisogor, Serdinov, Yegoshyn) • 2006: Russia (Vyatchanin, Sloudnov, Skvortsov, Kapralov) • 2008: Russia (Vyatchanin, Falko, Korotyshkin, Grechin) • 2010: France (Lacourt, Duboscq, Bousquet, Gilot) v · d · eEuropean Short Course Champions in Men's 50 m Breaststroke  1991 – 1993: Vassily Ivanov (RUS)  •  1994: Mark Warnecke (GER)  •  1996: Patrik Isaksson (SWE)  •  1998 – 1999: Mark Warnecke (GER)  •  2000: Domenico Fioravanti (ITA), Daniel Málek (CZE) and Mark Warnecke (GER)   •  2001 – 2007: Oleg Lisogor (UKR)  •  2008: Matjaž Markič (SLO)  •  2009: Aleksander Hetland (NOR)  •  2010: Robin van Aggele (NED) v · d · eEuropean Short Course Champions in Men's 100 m Breaststroke  1996: Jens Kruppa (GER)  •  1998: Patrik Isaksson (SWE)  •  1999: Roman Sloudnov (RUS)  •  2000: Domenico Fioravanti (ITA)  •  2001 – 2002: Oleg Lisogor (UKR)  •  2003: James Gibson (GBR)  •  2004: Roman Sloudnov (RUS)  •  2005 – 2006: Oleg Lisogor (UKR)  •  2007: Igor Borysik (UKR) and Grigory Falko (RUS)  •  2008: Igor Borysik (UKR)  •  2009: Robin van Aggele (NED)  •  2010: Fabio Scozzoli (ITA) v · d · eEuropean Short Course Champions in Men's 4×50 m Freestyle Relay  1996: Germany (Conrad, Tröger, Nolte, Smollich)  •  1998: Netherlands (Veens, Kenkhuis, Aartsen, Van den Hoogenband)  •  1999: Sweden (Andersson, Frölander, Nystrand, Carlsson)  •  2000: Sweden (Dahl, Nystrand, Frölander, Andersson)  •  2001: Ukraine (Sylantyev, Volynets, Lisogor, Shyrshov)  •  2002: Netherlands (Kenkhuis, Damen, Holst, Veens)  •  2003: Netherlands (Veens, Kenkhuis, Damen, Van den Hoogenband)  •  2004: France (Maitre, Bernard, Barnier, Bousquet)  •  2005: Netherlands (Veens, Zastrow, Damen, Kenkhuis)  •  2006: Sweden (Nystrand, Stymne, Piehl, Tilly)  •  2007: Sweden (Stymne, Piehl, Nylin, Nystrand)  •  2008: France (Bernard, Gilot, Leveaux, Bousquet)  •  2009: France (Leveaux, Stravius, Maitre, Bousquet)  •  2010: Italy (Dotto, Spadaro, Magnini, Orsi) v · d · eSummer Universiade Champions in Men's 50 m Breaststroke  2001: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) •  2003: James Gibson (GBR) •  2005: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) •  2007: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) •  2009: Kevin Swander (USA) •  2011: Glenn Snyders (NZL) v · d · eSummer Universiade Champions in Men's 100 m Breaststroke  1967: Ken Merten (USA) •  1970 – 1973: Nikolay Pankin (URS) •  1977: Graham Smith (CAN) •  1979: Vladimir Fliont (URS) •  1981: Nick Nevid (USA) •  1983: Shigehiro Takahashi (JPN) •  1985: John Moffet (USA) •  1987: Lorenzo Carbonari (ITA) •  1991: Brian Pajer (USA) •  1993: Jud Crawford (USA) •  1995: Akira Hayashi (JPN) •  1997: Stanislav Lopukhov (RUS) •  1999: Andrey Perminov (RUS) •  2001: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) •  2003: James Gibson (GBR) •  2005: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) •  2007: Valeriy Dymo (UKR) •  2009: Igor Borysik (UKR)  2011: Giedrius Titenis (LTU) v · d · eSummer Universiade Champions in Men's 4×100 m Medley Relay 1959: Italy: Unknown · 1961: Japan: Unknown · 1963: Hungary: Unknown · 1965: USA: (Mann, Tretheway, Riker, Roth) · 1967: USA: (Hickcox, Merten, Russell, Walsh) · 1970: USA: (Ivey, Shilling, Ferris, Heckl) · 1973: USA: (Johnson, Chatfield, Poucher, Knox) · 1977: USA: (Ballard, Michaelis, Curington, Ebuna) · 1979: USA: (Manganiello, Lundberg, Bottom, Peppas) · 1981: Soviet Union: Unknown · 1983: Soviet Union: Unknown · 1985: USA: (Rhodenbaugh, Moffet, O'Neil, McCadam) · 1987: USA: (Berkoff, Torres, Mortenson, Hansen) · 1991: USA: (Hansen, Kutler, Pajer, Schwenk) · 1993: USA: (Schwenk, Crawford, Pepper, Fox) · 1995: USA: (Jachimowski, Engstrom-Heg, Lancaster, Davis) · 1997: USA: (Brewer, Kling, Martyak, Jones) · 1999: USA: (Ulrickson, McDonnell, Pierce, Busse) · 2001: USA: (Marshall, Denniston, Haidinyak, VonSchoff) · 2003: Ukraine: (Nikolaychuk, Lisogor, Serdinov, Yegoshin) · 2005: Ukraine: (Bugayov, Lisogor, Advena, Syzonenko) · 2007: Russia: (Smirnov, Falko, Korotyshkin, Grechin) · 2009: Japan: (R. Irie, Sakimoto, S. Irie, Harada) 2011: Japan: (Irie, Tateishi, Kishida, Shioura) Persondata Name Lisohor, Oleh Alternative names Short description Date of birth 17 January 1979 Place of birth Brovary, Soviet Union Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a Ukrainian swimmer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e