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Aleksandra Grigoryeva was born on 1960.

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She is a former world record holder for the 5000 metres race walk, having set a time of 22:30.0 minutes in Moscow on 2 May 1982.


She was twice a medallist at the IAAF World Race Walking Cup, taking silver in 1981 and sharing the bronze with teammate Olga Krishtop in 1985. She was also a bronze medallist at the 1986 Goodwill Games. She won at the Soviet Athletics Championships in 1981, taking the 5000 m walk title.


Aleksandra Grigoryeva (née Deverinskaya; Russian: Александра Деверинская-Григорьева ; born 1960) is a Russian former racewalking athlete. She was the gold medallist at the 1985 Summer Universiade, becoming the inaugural women’s walk champion at the event. She represented the Soviet Union at the 1986 European Athletics Championships.