Irina Privalova Birthday, Date of Birth

Irina Privalova

Irina Anatolyevna Privalova (Russian: Ирина Анатольевна Привалова; née Sergeyeva on 22 November 1968) is a Russian athlete who has won a gold medal at the Olympics.

She first competed in the sprint events, winning two Olympic medals in the 100 m and anchoring the 4x100 team, plus fourth place in the 200 m in 1992 whilst representing the Unified Team. With three European individual championships and three individual world medals, Irina Privalova had been a formidable competitor during most of the 1990s but had not yet won an outdoor world championship gold medal. In 2000, she gambled successfully and switched to the 400 m hurdles discipline winning the Olympic title in Sydney 2000 in 53.02 s and a bronze in the 4 x 400 m relay team for Russia.

Irina Privalova is currently the world indoor record holder in the 50 m (5.96 s), 60 m (6.92 s) sprints. She has also been the world indoor champion at the 60 m (7.02 s in 1991), 200 m (22.15 s in 1993), and 400 m (50.23 s in 1995) events.

Privalova achieved her best time (10.77 s) in the 100 m for nine years in 1994.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Friday, November 22, 1968
Place of Birth
Malakhovka, Moscow Oblast
Age
52
Star Sign

The November 22, 1968 was a Friday under the star sign of . It was the 326 day of the year. President of the United States was Lyndon B. Johnson.

If you were born on this day, you are 52 years old. Your last birthday was on the Sunday, November 22, 2020, 60 days ago. Your next birthday is on Monday, November 22, 2021, in 304 days. You have lived for 19,053 days, or about 457,292 hours, or about 27,437,552 minutes, or about 1,646,253,124 seconds.

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22nd of November 1968 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 22, 1968

Sihanouk Stokes Feud With the Press

Date: 22 November 1968

By TERENCE SMITHSpecial to The New York Times

Prince Norodom Sihanouk announces Western newsmen will be admitted only once every 5 yrs; announcement is example of his unpredictable policy toward Western press; many observers doubt he will adhere to new policy; Agence France-Press is only Western news organ regularly represented in Cambodia

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BIG BOARD MOVES ON RISING COURSE; European Monetary Crisis Causes Little Reaction Among Traders Here

Date: 23 November 1968

By JOHN J. ABELE

John ABELE

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STANTON SEES PERIL TO PRESS FREEDOM

Date: 22 November 1968

CBS pres Stanton lists as 1 warning sign of threat to press freedom suggestion that right-of-reply regulations for broadcasting be applied to newspapers, s to Sigma Delta Chi conv

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STOCKS OFF A BIT IN BUSY TRADING; Losing Tally Is First in 10 Sessions -- Dow Average Is Down 1.62 Points AUTO ISSUES ARE WEAK 18.32 Million Shares Traded But World Money Crisis Has Negligible Effect STOCKS OFF A BIT IN BUSY TRADING

Date: 22 November 1968

By JOHN J. ABELE

John ABELE

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NIGERIA CEMENTS CLOSE SOVIET TIE; $140-Million Long-Term Pact Signed -- Russians Widen Their African Foothold NIGERIA CEMENTS CLOSE SOVIET TIE

Date: 22 November 1968

By ALFRED FRIENDLY Jr.Special to The New York Times

Alfred FRIENDLY

USSR Amb to Nigeria gave 1/2-hr TV s to Nigeria to mark Bolshevik Revolution anniv

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Students' Sit-Ins in Czechoslovakia End Quietly After 76 Hours

Date: 22 November 1968

By TAD SZULCSpecial to The New York Times

Illinois U group plays at internatl jazz festival, Prague; allowed entry because visit was part of official cultural exch

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CZECHS POSTPONE PROTEST ON CURBS; Intellectuals Bow to Plea by Dubcek for Talks

Date: 23 November 1968

By TAD SZULC

Tad SZULC

9 intellectual, artistic and scientific orgns score curbs

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Columbia Is Using Ford Fund Grant to Set Up New Programs and Courses in Urban Affairs

Date: 22 November 1968

By PETER KIHSS

Peter KIHSS

Columbia U Urban-Minority Affairs Center sets new programs in minority affairs through use of Ford Foundation credit fund; details

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LONDON TRADERS AWAIT BONN NEWS; Government Bonds Advance as Stock Prices Slip

Date: 23 November 1968

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SIR GERALD BARRY, LONDON EDITOR, 70,; News Chronicle Chief Dies -- Led Festival of Britain

Date: 22 November 1968

Special to The New York Times

Dies, 70

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