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Olympic medal record Women’s Athletics Competitor for the  Soviet Union Olympic Games Gold 1972 Munich 1500 metres Lyudmila Ivanovna Bragina (Russian: Людмила Ивановна Брагина) (born 24 July 1943) is a former Soviet middle distance runner. She was born in Sverdlovsk and trained at Dynamo in Krasnodar. She competed for the USSR in the 1972 Summer Olympics held in Munich, Germany in the 1500 metres where she won the Gold medal. Bragina had beaten the World Record in the discipline three times there, in addition to setting it in July in Moscow.[1] The same year Bragina was awarded Order of the Red Banner of Labour. She also set three World Records in the 3000 metres between 1972 and 1976.[2] References ^ "Athletics - World Record progression". International Olympic Committee. http://www.olympic.org/common/asp/download_report.asp?file=en_report_99.pdf&id=99. Retrieved September 6, 2006.  ^ "World and European Record Progression". Athletix.org. http://www.athletix.org/Statistics/wr3000women.html. Retrieved September 6, 2006.  External links (Russian) Biography Records Preceded by Karin Burneleit Women's 1500m World Record Holder 1972-07-18 — 1976-06-28 Succeeded by Tatyana Kazankina Preceded by Paola Cacchi Women's 3000m World Record Holder 12 August 1972 — 24 June 1975 Succeeded by Grete Andersen-Waitz Preceded by Grete Waitz Women's 3000m World Record Holder 7 August 1976 — 25 July 1982 Succeeded by Svetlana Ulmasova Sporting positions Preceded by Joyce Smith Women's 3000m Best Year Performance 1972 Succeeded by Paola Cacchi Preceded by Paola Cacchi Women's 3000m Best Year Performance 1974 Succeeded by Grete Waitz Preceded by Grete Waitz Women's 3000m Best Year Performance 1976 Succeeded by Grete Waitz v · d · eOlympic Champions in Women's 1500 m 1972: Lyudmila Bragina (URS)  · 1976: Tatyana Kazankina (URS)  · 1980: Tatyana Kazankina (URS)  · 1984: Gabriella Dorio (ITA)  · 1988: Paula Ivan (ROU)  · 1992: Hassiba Boulmerka (ALG)  · 1996: Svetlana Masterkova (RUS)  · 2000: Nouria Mérah-Benida (ALG)  · 2004: Kelly Holmes (GBR)  · 2008: Nancy Lagat (KEN) Persondata Name Bragina, Lyudmila Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to Soviet athletics is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e