Halina Karnatsevich

Halina Karnazewitsch (White Russian Галіна Карнацэвіч, English transcription Halina Karnatsevich, born Baruch, . Born November 2, 1969) is a Belarusian marathon runner.

In 1996 she won the Wroclaw Marathon in 2:39:44 h, and in 1998 they finished sixth at the Hamburg Marathon in 2:35:40 hours and arrived at the World Half Marathon Championships in Uster on the 37th place. In 1999, she won the Enschede Marathon in 2:37:35 h and 2000 at the San Diego Marathon in 2:44:04 h

In 2003, she finished fourth in the La Rochelle Marathon, and in 2004 she won the Wroclaw Marathon with a course record of 2:37:27 h, the Quad Cities Marathon in 2:36:26 h, the La Rochelle Marathon in 2: 39:24 h and finished fifth at the Grandma's Marathon.

In 2005, she was second in the Austin Marathon, won the marathon in 2:39:53 Dębno h and at Grandma's Marathon in 2:28:43 h, Twelfth was at the World Athletics Championships in Helsinki with her personal best of 2:27: 14 h and eighth at the Las Vegas Marathon.

In 2006 she won the Belgrade Marathon in 2:34:35 h as first place winner at the Grandma's Marathon, she was tested positive in the subsequent doping control on the anabolic steroid stanozolol and disqualified against doping regulations relating to that infringement and banned for two years.