|Born||21 October 1994|
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
|Event(s)||3000 m, 5000 m|
|Club||Central Sports Army Club|
Voronina is the current Russian record holder in the 3000 and 5000 metres.
Voronina finished third in the 3000 meters at the 2015–16 World Cup event in Calgary on 15 November 2015 in a personal and national record of 3:58.78. At the same event she also finished third in the team pursuit. On 20 November, at the second World Cup event in Salt Lake City, Voronina won silver in the 5000 meters, bettering the Russian record to 6:53.16. She won bronze in team sprint at the third World Cup event in Inzell (together with Olga Graf, Elizaveta Kazelina and Margarita Ryzhova). On 11–13 March, at the World Cup Final in Heerenveen, Voronina won gold in the women's 3000 m. Her results rank 2nd in the overall rankings for the 2015–16 World Cup Season in women's 3000 meters behind Czech Martina Sábliková.
|500 m||39.66||7 November 2015||Olympic Oval, Calgary|
|1000 m||1:18.85||28 February 2015||Olympic Oval, Calgary|
|1500 m||1:55.58||3 December 2017||Olympic Oval, Calgary|
|3000 m||3:54.07||9 March 2019||Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City||NR|
|5000 m||6:39.02||15 February 2020||Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City||WR, NR|
World Cup resultsEdit
|13 November 2015||2015–16||Calgary||3000 m|
|14 November 2015||2015–16||Calgary||Team pursuit|
|20 November 2015||2015–16||Salt Lake City||5000 m|
|5 December 2015||2015–16||Inzell||Team pursuit|
|11 December 2015||2015–16||Heerenveen||3000 m|
|12 November 2016||2016–17||Harbin||Team pursuit|
|19 November 2016||2016–17||Nagano||Team pursuit|
|3 December 2016||2016–17||Astana||Team pursuit|
|11 March 2017||2016–17||Stavanger||Team pursuit|
|12 November 2017||2017–18||Heerenveen||3000 m|
|10 December 2017||2017–18||Salt Lake City||3000 m|
|16 November 2018||2018–19||Obihiro||Team pursuit|
|18 November 2018||2018–19||Obihiro||3000 m|
|23 November 2018||2018–19||Tomakomai||Team pursuit|
|7 December 2018||2018–19||Tomaszów Mazowiecki||Team pursuit|
|1 February 2019||2018–19||Hamar||3000 m|
|9 March 2019||2018–19||Salt Lake City||3000 m|
|22 November 2019||2019–20||Tomaszów Mazowiecki||3000 m|
|23 November 2019||2019–20||Tomaszów Mazowiecki||Team pursuit|
|8 December 2019||2019–20||Nur-Sultan||Team pursuit|
|15 December 2019||2019–20||Nagano||Team pursuit|
|7 February 2020||2019–20||Calgary||3000 m|
|2015–16||3000 and 5000 m|
|2017–18||3000 and 5000 m|
|2018–19||3000 and 5000 m|
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- Michael Pavitt (13 November 2015). "Sábliková starts season in style by claiming World Cup Speed Skating gold in Canada". Inside The Games.
- "Sablikova wint 5000 meter Salt Lake City". schaatsen. 20 November 2015.[permanent dead link]
- "Natalya Voronina". speedskatingresults.com. Retrieved 11 January 2016.
- "Adelskalendern". evertstenlund.se. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
- "ISU Biography".
- "SSS Profile".
- Natalya Voronina at the International Skating Union
- Natalya Voronina at International Olympic Committee
- Natalya Voronina at Olympic Channel
- Natalya Voronina at Olympedia
- Natalya Voronina in SpeedSkatingBase.eu
- Natalya Voronina at SpeedSkatingNews.info
- Natalya Voronina at SpeedSkatingStats.com
- Natalya Voronina (ISU) profile
- Natalia Voronina bio page (in Russian)
- Natalia Voronina Sports Bio
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