Finals day at Tashkent World Cup 2017. Russian team was the most successful with 9 medals, followed by Bulgaria with 5. Arina Averina stepped out from the shadow of Dina and won the 3 finals in which she competed (hoop, ball and ribbon). Continue reading Tashkent 2017: the Event Finals
At World Cup Tashkent 2017 Dina Averina is the winner of the all around ahead of her sister Arina, who had several mistakes with clubs and ribbon and wasn’t able to maintain the first position. Bronze medal to Bulgarian Katrin Taseva. Continue reading Tashkent 2017: Dina Averina leader of the all around
After the World title (Kiev 2013 with hoop) and the Olympic bronze (Rio 2016), Anna Rizatdinova can add another achievement to her extraordinary career: the launch of her body workout. Continue reading Wednesday zoom: Anna Rizatdinova and her “New balance”
Before entering in senior Russian team, Yulia Bravikova had to overcome many obstacles. Two surgeries and a serious injury that prevented her from competing to the Youth Olympic Games in 2014. Nevertheless Yulia found her way back to the carpet and since January ’17, she’s competing under the guide of her new mentor, the former world champion Daria Kondakova. Continue reading Wednesday Zoom: Yulia Bravikova
It’s Pesaro the city that opens the world cup’s circuit for the year 2017, in the Adriatic Arena which will also host the World Championships (from the 30th August to the 3rd September). Continue reading First World Cup of the year Pesaro 2017
After 7 years the Grand Prix was hosted again in the city of Marbella. Many protagonists, but one star: Aleksandra Soldatova won the five gold medals (all around and apparatus finals). Continue reading Grand Prix Marbella 2017
Interview made by Elena Sobol for Sport-Express.ru to Margarita Mamun during the moscow Grand Prix 2017, original article here.
The first time I saw Rita It was during Moscow Grand Prix 2013. Same place 4 years later, that’s where the interview took place, Mamun is here to cheer for her friends. I really wanted to make this interview as special as she is, to be able to describe her mixture of Bengali and Russian blood, her tenderness and passion, modesty and charm, kindness and light, and most importantly her genuine sincerity. But the first question, of course, was about her future plans for the new Olympic cycle. Continue reading Margarita Mamun, the Olympic dream
New COP, new gymnasts same place: Moscow!
The first Grand Prix of the year took place this weekend (17-19 February) and was the chance to see some of the best gymnasts from the international scene. Continue reading First Grand Prix of the year: Moscow 2017
After Evgenia Kanaeva the olympic title has been herited by Margarita Mamun, the bengal tiger showed her claws and grabbed the gold medal after an intense All Around competition.
Sochi 14-17 April. The selection of the two olympians is becoming way more difficult. During the All Around for clubs (held between 14 and 15) Dina Averina triumphed followed by her twin Arina. The 3 top competitors Kudryavtseva, Mamun and Soldatova arrived friday to compete for the russian title. Aleksandra Soldatova won brilliantly the competition with 4 very good executions obtaining 77,150 and imposing on Margarita Mamun (76,950). Dina Averina was 3rd with 76,500. Continue reading 2016 Sochi Russian Championships: The race to the Olympics