28. March 2021  
Sofia, BUL  
Rhythmic Gymnastics

World Cup Rhythmic Gymnastic: Bulgarian Fivefold Success

After two competitions in Moscow, the World Cup event in rhythmic gymnastics this weekend is the first major international competition this year, after a break from competition for more than a year, tries to carry out its extensive program under corona conditions without prejudice.  The Bulgarian capital Sofia has risen to this demanding challenge and will not be hosting a large number of "competition-hungry" gymnasts from 38 nations on this weekend (March 26-28) as the World Cup host for the first time. Among them 60 individual gymnasts from 36 countries who have been on the mat in three groups since Friday up to Sunday, but despite the announcement, top nation Russia was not at the start.

* Sunday, March 28:
♦♦ THE INDIVIDUAL WORLDCUP FINAL on the final day experienced a triple triumph for the Bulgarian Vice European Champion Boryana KALEYN, who won all equipment except with the ball. Only the ball competition went to the all-around best with the highest score of the day (26,500), to Linoy ASHRAM from Israel, in front of Alina HARNASKO (BLR), and before Boryana KALEYN, who had a great day! Otherwise, the actual top favorite, Ashram, surprisingly remained without any further podium placement.
►► FINALS Reifen & Ball;    ►► Finals Keulen & Band