Stanislava Stanislavovna Komarova (Russian: Станислава Станиславовна Комарова; born 12 June 1986 in Moscow) is a retired Russian swimmer. She won the silver medal in the 200 m backstroke at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Komarova was one of the few modern swimmers who competed without goggles.
|2004 Athens||200 m backstroke|
|World Championships (LC)|
|2001 Fukuoka||200 m backstroke|
|2003 Barcelona||200 m backstroke|
|European Championships (LC)|
|2002 Berlin||100 m backstroke|
|2002 Berlin||200 m backstroke|
|2004 Madrid||200 m backstroke|
|2004 Madrid||100 m backstroke|
|European Championships (SC)|
|2003 Dublin||200 m backstroke|
|2002 Riesa||200 m backstroke|
In 2006, having parted with her long-time coach Alexey Krasikov, she moved to Tenero, Switzerland, where for a while she trained with Guennadi Touretski. She retired in 2008, aged 22, after a conflict with the Russian Swimming Federation. In 2012-2015 she worked as a sports commentator for NTV (Russia) and hosted the programme "Football Haute Couture". As of 2018 she works as a trainer, for her own Stanislava Komarova Swimming Group (SKSG) which she started in 2014 in Moscow.
Komarova is the recipient of the Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" (2005). She is decorated with the title Meritorious Master of Sports in Russia.
- Komarova's profile at infosport.ru
- Звезда плавания Стася Комарова: Тупых спортсменов не бывает! interview for the Moscow-based Life magazine
- Секция Плавания Станиславы Комаровой
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