Selezneva and Sergeeva shares gold medals during Kiev Grand Prix Event Finals. Taseva brings home 2 more silver medals (ball and ribbon) and 1 bronze with clubs. Hosting country, Ukraine settles for the bronze medal with hoop taken by Olena Diachenko, who gets the access only to one final, due to the many mistakes in the all around. Continue reading Kiev Grand Prix 2018: The event finals
From Kiev International Tournament 2018 Irina Annenkova is the most successful gymnast with 3 gold medals (all around, hoop and ribbon final). Erika Zafirova and Yuliya Isachanka conquered the ball and clubs finals. While Alina Harnasko settled for 2 silver medals (all around and hoop) and 1 bronze (clubs). Continue reading Kiev International Tournament 2018
Bulgarian gymnasts and Katsiaryna Halkina enjoyed Russian’s golden party during the event finals. Arina Averina resigned from the finals, voices are that she had a hand injury. Continue reading Grand Prix Moscow 2018: The event finals
Dina Averina, the reigning world champion, started the year with her first all around gold medal. Silver was taken by her sister Arina, 1 point behind. Yulia Bravikova completed the podium very close behind the twins. Continue reading Moscow Grand Prix 2018: the All Around
The first signs of trouble came earlier this week and by the weekend we have the decision: the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) moved the rhythmic gymnastics European Championships of 2018 from Valladolid to Guadalajara.
It’s almost Christmas time, lights, songs and joy are in the air! Time is perfect to announce the results of “The most beautiful leotard of 2017”. Continue reading Your choice: The leotard of the year 2017!
New Olympic cycle, new gymnasts, new code and …new leotards!
After 3 years “The most beautiful leotard of the year” is back! Which leotard will you choose as the most beautiful of 2017? Join the contest on facebook via our page. Continue reading 2017 Review in leotards: Pick your favourite!
Rhythmic gymnastics of Ukraine is in a difficult period, that’s pretty obvious. If you got to see the likes of Ekaterina Serebrianskaya, Elena Vitrichenko, Anna Bessonova or Anna Rizatdinova, you left the World Championships in Pesaro with an Ukraine-shaped hollow spot. Something was missing. A Ukrainian rhythmic gymnast from the individual apparatus finals. Continue reading Can Ukraine stop its downward slide?
It’s Sunday night, Ristorante Moletto in Pesaro on the seafront is bustling with people. We are sitting in a corner, the Ukrainian RG team occupies a much larger table. It’s quiet until the fans inside notice Viktoria Mazur. Continue reading Touch the fans with your art – on the retirement of Viktoria Mazur
In a certain way nothing has really changed at the 35th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships. Russia still reigns supreme – since 2002 the Russian Federation always topped the medal table. Continue reading One big transition and 6 things from Pesaro