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Nina Morgunova Personal information Born April 21, 1951 Medal record Women's Athletics Competitor for the  Soviet Union Summer Universiade Gold 1975 Rome 800 metres Nina Morgunova (born April 21, 1951) is a retired female middle distance runner who represented the USSR in the 1970s. She set her personal best in the women's 1,500 metres (4:06.0) on 1975-09-07 at a meet in Moscow. References Profile v · d · eSummer Universiade Champions in Women's 800 m  1959: Nicole Goullieux (FRA)  •  1961: Antje Gleichfeld (FRG)  •  1963: Olga Kazi (HUN)  •  1965: Laine Erik (URS)  •  1967: Madeline Manning (USA)  •  1970: Gunhild Hoffmeister (GDR)  •  1973: Liyana Tomova (BUL)  •  1975: Nina Morgunova (URS)  •  1977: Totka Petrova (BUL)  •  1979: Nadezhda Mushta (URS)  •  1981: Doina Melinte (ROM)  •  1983: Irina Podyalovskaya (URS)  •  1985: Nadezhda Zvyagintseva (URS)  •  1987: Slobodanka Čolović (YUG)  •  1989: Ana Fidelia Quirot (CUB)  •  1991: Inna Yevseyeva (URS)  •  1993: Amy Wickus (USA)  •  1995: Stella Jongmans (NED)  •  1997: Irina Nedelenko (UKR)  •  1999: Yuliya Taranova (RUS)  •  2001: Brigita Langerholc (SLO)  •  2003: Liliana Popescu (ROM)  •  2005: Svetlana Klyuka (RUS)  •  2007: Yuliya Krevsun (UKR)  •  2009: Madeleine Pape (AUS) v · d · eWorld Best Year Performance in Women's 1500 m  1970 – 1971: Karin Burneleit (GDR)  •  1972: Lyudmila Bragina (URS)  •  1973: Karin Krebs (GDR)  •  1974: Gunhild Hoffmeister (GDR)  •  1975: Nina Morgunova (URS)  •  1976: Tatyana Kazankina (URS)  •  1977: Natalia Mărăşescu (ROM)  •  1978: Giana Romanova (URS)  •  1979: Totka Petrova (BUL)  •  1980: Tatyana Kazankina (URS)  •  1981 – 1982: Olga Dvirna (URS)  •  1983: Mary Slaney (USA)  •  1984: Nadezhda Ralldugina (URS)  •  1985: Mary Slaney (USA)  •  1986: Doina Melinte (ROM)  •  1987: Tetyana Dorovskikh (URS)  •  1988 – 1989: Paula Ivan (ROU)  •  1990: Doina Melinte (ROM)  •  1991: Natalya Artyomova (RUS)  •  1992: Hassiba Boulmerka (ALG)  •  1993: Qu Yunxia (CHN)  •  1994 – 1995: Sonia O'Sullivan (IRL)  •  1996: Svetlana Masterkova (RUS)  •  1997: Jiang Bo (CHN)  •  1998: Gabriela Szabo (ROM)  •  1999: Violeta Szekely (ROM)  •  2000: Suzy Favor-Hamilton (USA)  •  2001: Violeta Szekely (ROM)  •  2002 – 2003: Süreyya Ayhan (TUR)  •  2004: Kelly Holmes (GBR)  •  2005: Maryam Yusuf Jamal (BHR)  •  2006: Yuliya Fomenko (RUS)  •  2007 – 2009: Maryam Yusuf Jamal (BHR)  •  2010: Anna Alminova (RUS) Persondata Name Morgunova, Nina Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 21, 1951 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