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Maryna Bazanova

Biographical information

Medals OG
Gold 0
Silver 0
Bronze 2
Total 2
TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameMaryna Viktorivna•Bazanova
Used nameMaryna•Bazanova
Original nameМарина Вікторівна•Базанова
Other namesMarina Viktorovna Bazanova, Марина Викторовна Базанова
Born25 December 1962 in Omsk, Omsk (RUS)
Died27 April 2020 in Bremen, Bremen (GER)
Measurements168 cm / 70 kg
AffiliationsSpartak Kyiv, Kyiv (UKR)
NOC(s) Soviet Union Unified Team
Ethnic nationUKR


At the 1988 Olympics, Maryna Bazanova competed for the Soviet Union in all five matches, scoring 13 goals, and she had the exact same result at the 1992 Olympics for the Unified Team. Bazanova played on World Champions three times – 1982 in Hungary, 1986 in the Netherlands, and 1990 in Korea (South). She won a Soviet Championship seven times, always while playing for Spartak, Kiev. Playing in Germany with TuS Walle Bremen, she also won four German Championships. She added six titles at the EHF Championsh League while playing for Spartak, and also won the EHF Winners’ Cup once with TuS Walle Bremen. After graduating, she worked as a therapist in Bremen, before dying of cancer.


Games Discipline (Sport) Event Status Team Pos Representing 2nd NOC As
1988 Summer Olympics Handball Handball, Women Olympic Soviet Union 3 Bronze URS Maryna Bazanova
1992 Summer Olympics Handball Handball, Women Olympic Unified Team 3 Bronze EUN Maryna Bazanova