21. December 2017
Berlin, GER / EUROPE
Rhythmic Gymnastics

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3. September 2017
Pesaro, ITA
Rhythmic Gymnastics

To the very first time Italy was hosting a World Championship of Rhythmic Gymnastics, but the host city Pesaro welcomed  9-times a World Cup event already!
Competitions of the 35th WORLDS of Rhythmic Gymnastics started August 30 with qualification rounds with the Hoop and Ball, followed by finals with the same apparatus that evening. Qualifications and finals with the Clubs and Ribbon took place the next day, and scores from the first two days of qualification determined the...

29. August 2017
Taipei, Taiwan
Rhythmic Gymnastics

At the last day of the 29th UNIVERSIADE of Summer Sports in Taipei (TPE) took place the final events of the Rhythmic Gymnastics. One day before the two Russian girls, Yulia BRAVIKOVA (71,200) and Ekaterina SELEZNEVA (69,175) won the gold resp. the silver medal at the all-around final.
The bronze medal went to Hanna BAZHOVA from Belarus (62,700).
Yulia BRAVIKOVA won three of four event finals, her compatriot Ekaterina SELEZNEVA beat her with the ball...

22. July 2017
Wrocław, POL
Rhythmic Gymnastics

A dropped Club ended her chances of a golden sweep in Rhythmic Gymnastics at The 2017 World Games in Wrocław, / Poland, so Russia’s Arina Averina settled for going three for four. Following her error with the Clubs, which still resulted in a bronze medal, the older Averina twin rallied to take the Ribbon title Saturday, July 22, in Wroclaw’s Centennial Hall.
The Averinas vs. the world
After two near-flawless performances resulted in gold medals with the Hoop...

21. May 2017
Budapest, HUN
Rhythmic Gymnastics

Today, Sunday, May 21, the Rhythmic Europeans finished at Budapest’s Papp Laszlo Sports Arena. The Hungarian capital was hosting the continental championships to the second time in history after 1999, when Alina Kabayeva was the dominant star. With the retirement of leading lady Yana Kudryavtseva and Olympic Champion Margarita Mamun and Ukraine’s Ganna Rizatdinova enjoying a well-deserved rest, the floor is open for the next generation to become the stars of Europe, and of the Rhythmic world in its entirety....