Jauhen Misjulja (. Belarusian Яўген Місюля, English transcription Yauhen Misyulya, Russian Евгений Николаевич Мисюля - Yevgeny Nikolayevich Misjulja - Yevgeniy Misyulya; born March 13, 1964 in Hrodna ) is a retired Belarusian goers who successfully especially on the 20 - kilometer distance had.
Starting for the Soviet Union, he finished 27th place at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul. At the World Athletics Championships 1991 in Tokyo, he won the bronze medal behind Maurizio Damilano and Mikhail Schtschennikow.
At the World Athletics Championships in 1993 reached Misjulja - now under Belarusian flag - the fifth place. In 1994 he took at the European Championships in Helsinki the silver medal behind Mikhail Schtschennikow and before Valenti Massana. His second medal at World Championships he won in 1995 in Gothenburg, where he reached the finish behind Michele Didoni and Valenti Massana third.
He was at the Olympic Games in Atlanta ninth over 20 km of 1996. For once, he started in the 50 km walk, but did not reach the goal. In 1997 he won both the World Cup skiers in Poděbrady as well at the World Championships in Athens sixth.
More rankings and reached the top ten Misjulja later at the European Championships in Munich in 2002 and in the same year at the World Cup of skiers in Mézidon- Canon. 2004 in Athens, he took at the age of 40 years for the fourth time in the Olympic Games in part, finishing in 19th place.
Jauhen Misjulja is 1,77 m tall and weighed about 68 kg competition times. He is married to Natallja Misjulja, which was also successful as a race walker.