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Wednesday Zoom: The new records of Budapest European Championships

Linoy Ashram after her hoop routine. Find more

Did you know that Dina and Arina Averina aren’t the first twins to win an European title? And did you know that for the second time in Rhythmic Gymnastic’s history Ukraine didn’t win any medal?  Continue reading Wednesday Zoom: The new records of Budapest European Championships

Dina and Arina Averina European Champions in Budapest 2017

Dina and Arina Averina during the clubs awarding ceremony, by Ulrich Fasbender.

At Papp Laszlo Arena in Budapest, Dina and Arina Averina conquers the first European titles of this new Olympic cycle. Dina is gold medalist with hoop and ribbon and silver with clubs behind her sister, while Arina selected to compete only with two apparatus, is gold medalist with ball and clubs. Continue reading Dina and Arina Averina European Champions in Budapest 2017

Wednesday Zoom: Generation 2001 from Belarus

From the left Isachanka, Evchik and Harnasko (BLR), Smatko, Ermolova, and Sergeeva (RUS), Baldassarri and Agiurgiuculese (ITA) by Oleg Naumov.

With the end of the past Olympic cycle (2013-2016)  many gymnasts retired. Melitina Staniouta multiple times world medalist was among them, her retirement left the first place in Belorussian team vacant. Continue reading Wednesday Zoom: Generation 2001 from Belarus

Vladinova, Harnasko and Ukraine are gold medalists during the event finals

After the all around Neviana Vladinova collect 3 more gold medals and 1 silver. Alina Harnasko (BLR) won her first world cup gold medal in the clubs final and the bronze with ball. Ukraine dominates the event finals by winning two  gold medals. Continue reading Vladinova, Harnasko and Ukraine are gold medalists during the event finals

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