Alevtina placed first in the women's division in the Eurocity Frankfurt Marathon in October 2005. She finished sixth in the 2006 Boston Marathon and was the youngest person in the elite field. She also finished sixth in the 2006 European Athletics Championships that year in Gothenburg.
Alevtina finished second in the 2008 Boston Marathon with a time of 2:25:27, and second in the 2008 Chicago Marathon with a time of 2:29:32. She finished ninth in the 2009 World Championships in Athletics. She won the Tokyo Marathon at the start of the 2010 season.
|2005||Frankfurt Marathon||Frankfurt, Germany||1st||Marathon||2:25:12|
|2006||European Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||6th||Marathon||2:31:23|
|2007||Honolulu Marathon||Honolulu, Hawaii||1st||Marathon||2:33:07|
|2009||World Championships||Berlin, Germany||9th||Marathon||2:27:39|
|2010||Tokyo Marathon||Tokyo, Japan||1st||Marathon||2:34:39|
- Nakamura, Ken (2010-02-28). Beating horrendous conditions, Fujiwara and Biktimirova collect Tokyo Marathon wins. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-02-28.
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