Aleksandra Soldatova, Dina and Arina Averina are today’s leader together with the junior group. Followed by Belorussian Alina Harnasko and Katsiaryna Halkina. Third place for Israel team with Linoy Ashram and Victoria Filanovsky.
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The 33rd European Championships of Rhythmic Gymnastics, will be held in Budapest from Friday 19th to Sunday 21th May. Let’s see how to follow the competition.
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Victoria Veinberger Filanovsky (ISR) shines bright during Portimao’s event finals by leading over Russian rivals Yulia Bravikova and Elizaveta Lugovskikh. Italy collects two more gold medals during finals.
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Yulia Bravikova wins the gold at Portimao World Cup with 69.400, silver medal for her teammate Elizaveta Lugovskikh (68.900), and bronze for Victoria Veinberger Filanovsky (68.150).
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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.
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After Lilia Ignatova, 31 years ago, another Bulgarian rhythmic gymnast stands on the highest step of the podium, in the all around competition, that’s Neviana Vladinova!
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Boryana Kaleyn (BUL) with 66.334 is gold medalist at Sofia International Tournament, silver to Olga Bogdanova (EST) and 62.000 followed by Nicol Voronkov (ISR) 60.634. Bulgarian Erika Zafirova receives the second highest all around score 64.367.
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Victoria Veinberger Filanovsky (ISR) and Neviana Vladinova (BUL) break Russian monopoly during Baku event finals, by winning two gold medals with clubs and ribbon. Italy and Ukraine overcome Bulgaria (gold medalist in the all around) during the event finals.
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Ekaterina Vedeneeva (RUS) win the tournament with 70.700, in front of Italian Milena Baldassarri and teammate Ekaterina Selezneva. Fourth place for Julia Evchik who received the highest score with clubs but due to many mistakes with ball is out from the podium.
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All around of Baku World Cup 2017: Arina Averina takes the lead after the fourth rotation. Soldatova slips to the second place due to some mistakes with clubs. Neviana Vladinova takes the bronze, receives the highest score with clubs and overcomes Alina Harnasko who has mistakes with ribbon.
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