Tiina Kankaanpää

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Tiina Piia Susanna Kankaanpää (born August 16, 1976 in Seinäjoki) is a retired female discus thrower from Finland. She set her personal best (61.04 metres) on July 11, 1999 at a meet in Jalasjärvi.


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1997 European U23 Championships Turku, Finland 11th 49.98 m
2002 European Championships Munich, Germany 16th54.14 m

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