Sofia’s airport was still bustling on Monday with gymnasts, slowly everyone headed home and it’s time to evaluate a 36th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships. Very RG nerdy things follow. Thank you for the week, the hospitality and memories to Sofia, Bulgaria! What a ride it was!
Bulgaria and Italy become world champions on the last day of Sofia World Championships 2018, respectively with 5 hoops and 3 balls + 2 ropes. Russia settles with a silver medal and Japan and Ukraine conquer their first world medals. Continue reading Sofia 2018: Bulgaria and Italy break Russian hegemony in the last day
On the triangle between Russia, Italy and Bulgaria. How eventually Russia keeps the all around world title. And how Soldatova continues to charm the whole Armeec Arena after winning the bronze medal on Friday, and becoming Longines Queen of Elegance. Continue reading Sofia 2018: Russia collects their 7th gold, Italy and Bulgaria to Tokio 2020
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.
Dina Averina of Russia won a clear victory in the mistake-ridden individual all-around final at Thiais GP, but by far the best sight was Italy with its group.
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