The rhythmic gymnastics Olympics qualification system underwent major changes for the 2020 cycle and thanks to some digging in FIG’s documents we can see almost the whole picture. Continue reading The road to Tokyo: how rhythmic gymnasts qualify for the next Olympics
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?
Polina has been a rhythmic gymnast for six years, but she still has to begin her senior career. Katya is 20, and she is an international master of sports. Ksenia – Olympic medalist in Beijing and London, and Honored Master of Sports – completed her career four years ago and is now raising her daughter. Three generations of gymnasts, three stories of victory over themselves.
Pesaro 01 September, Dina is the indisputable queen of the Adriatic Arena during the all around final. Her twin sister Arina is silver medalist while Linoy Ashram grant the third world medal and first of the all around for Israel. Continue reading Dina Averina crowned queen of Pesaro
Great competition for Dina Averina, winner of the all around by more than 3 points over the silver medalist Arina. Bronze medalist, the Belorussian star Katsiaryna Halkina. Continue reading Dina queen of Kazan World Challenge
It’s time to talk about Aleksandra Soldatova.
The last time I’ve seen her in person was in the mixed zone of the European Championships in Budapest, where she promptly said she’s in no mood for interviews and left. A disappointed, shaken, beautiful, queenly figure. Continue reading Aleksandra Soldatova, portrait of a declining queen
Averina twins shares the gold medals with clubs and ribbon during the last day at Wroclaw World Games. Linoy Ashram is silver medalist with clubs while Halkina takes her second bronze medal with ribbon.
Russian Arina Averina triumph at Wroclaw World Games 2017. With two gold medals in both hoop and ball final Arina takes the lead of the first day in Wroclaw. Continue reading Arina Averina dominates the first day at Wroclaw 2017