Krystsina Tsimanouskaya is a Belarusian track and field athlete. She has been representing the Belarusian track and field team since 2015 and being a winner of multiple major national and international tournaments, the champion of the Universiade in Naples. She was a participant in the World Championships in Doha
Kristina Timanovskaya was born on November 19, 1996, in the city of Klimovichi, Mogilev Region, in Belarus. She was introduced to athletics at the Dynamo Specialized Children’s and Youth School of the Olympic Reserve. Kristina Timanovskaya is a master of Sports of the Republic of Belarus of international class.
She won silver medals in the 100m and 200m at the Belarusian Championship in Grodno in 2014 . In 2015 she became a member of the Belarusian national team, in the same disciplines, she started at the Junior European Championship in Eskilstuna and in the Super League of the European Team Championship in Cheboksary.
In 2017, in the 60-meter discipline, Kristina Timanovskaya reached the semifinals of the European Indoor Championships in Belgrade, while at the European Youth Championships in Bydgoszcz she won silver in the 100m distance and became fourth in the 200m distance. She took part in the Super League of the European Team Championship in Lille.
In 2018, Kristina Timanovskaya started in the 60-meter run at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, ran 100m and 200m at the European Championships in Berlin. At the same time, at the competitions in Minsk, she set her personal record in the 100m distance – 11.04 (with this result, according to the results of the season, she took 24th place in the world).
In 2019, in the 60-meter discipline, Kristina Timanovskaya finished seventh at the European Indoor Championships in Glasgow. As a student, she represented Belarus at the Universiade in Naples – in the 100m she finished sixth, while in the 200m she surpassed all her rivals and won a gold medal. In addition, she became a silver medalist in the 100m discipline at the home European Games in Minsk, ran 200 meters at the World Championships in Doha.
At the 2020 Belarusian Championships in Minsk, she was the best in the 100m and 200m. In the 200m discipline, she met the qualification standard for participation in the Olympic Games in Tokyo, but due to the difficult situation with the pandemic of coronavirus infection in the world, the Games were postponed.
In 2021, Christina ran 60 meters at the European Indoor Championships in Torun.
In 2021, Krystsina Tsimanouskaya was part of the Belarusian athletics team for the Tokyo Olympics. She was engaged in a giant scandal. She voiced fears for her safety as she refused an order to fly home early from the Olympics for criticizing her coaches. Krystsina Tsimanouskaya says she was forced to pack before being taken to the airport in Tokyo against her will. The 24-year-old says she sought police protection at the terminal so she would not have to board the flight. The sprinter, who was due to compete in the women’s 200m event on Monday, had complained in social media about being entered into another race at short notice.