It’s not an exaggeration to say that the rhythmic gymnastics World Challenge Cup in Guadalajara was memorable. Linoy Ashram recorded the biggest win of her career, Bulgaria showed its full power in groups, Russia has a question to decide and a lot of problems in group, plus we unfortunately saw one of the worse in-competition injuries lately.
Katrin Taseva and Linoy Ashram win their first World Cup gold medal. Aleksandra Soldatova is the most successful gymnast with 3 gold medals and 1 bronze. In group’s competition Bulgaria and Japan get one gold apiece. Continue reading World Cup Sofia: Taseva and Ashram collect their first gold medal
Aleksandra Soldatova wins the All Around of the first World Cup of the year, ahead of Ekaterina Selezneva and Linoy Ashram. Despite the mistakes with hoop during the first day, Aleksandra obtains the highest scores with clubs and ribbon and overcome teammate Selezneva. Bronze medal for Linoy Ashram, who takes advantage of Kaleyn’s mistakes. Continue reading Sofia World Cup: Aleksandra Soldatova and Bulgaria are gold medalists
Selezneva amazes the audience and is currently first after two apparatuses. Despite a mistake with hoop that keeps her score under the 17.000, Soldatova is back with a new ball routine and obtains 19.500 with ball, which is the highest score of the day. Continue reading Prelude to the World Championships: Sofia World Cup, 1st day
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
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
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
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. Continue reading 33rd European Championship: 1st day, Russia in the lead
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. Continue reading Filanovsky and Vladinova gold medalists in Baku
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. Continue reading Baku World Cup 2017: Arina Averina catch up to Aleksandra Soldatova