At Holon Grand Prix 2017, the Russian delegation conquered all the gold medals during Event Final. Yulia Bravikova entered the race for the top place in the Russian team. After the Olympics the renewed Group from Israel showed their new routines.
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Linoy Ashram after her hoop routine. Find more
Did you know that Dina and Arina Averina aren’t the first twins to win an European title? And did you know that for the second time in Rhythmic Gymnastic’s history Ukraine didn’t win any medal?
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Dina and Arina Averina during the clubs awarding ceremony, by Ulrich Fasbender.
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.
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Victoria Veinberger Filanovsky by Ulrich Fasbender. Find pictures more
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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Arina Averina by Ulrich Fasbender. Find more
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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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).
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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.
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