9. May 2021
Baku, AZE
Rhythmic Gymnastics

After a long break the national Gymnastics Arena "Milli Gimnastika" of Azerbaijan's capital Baku is host again for a FIG World Cup event:
The Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup, planned to be held in 2020 in Baku, but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic takes place from May 07 to 09.
This World Cup is also an important possibility for qualifying for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Within the first two days of the competition,

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9. May 2021
Baku, AZE
Rhythmic Gymnastics

After a long break the national Gymnastics Arena "Milli Gimnastika" of Azerbaidchan's capital Baku is host again for a FIG World Cup event: The Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup, planned to be held in 2020 in Baku, but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic takes place from May 07 to 09.
This World Cup is also an important possibility for qualifying for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Within the first two days of the competition, there

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28. March 2021
Sofia, BUL
Rhythmic Gymnastics

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...

29. November 2020
Kiev, UKR
Rhythmic Gymnastics

ECh Individual all-around


The battle for gold displayed between Israel’s Linoy ASHRAM and Belarussian Alina HARNASKO kept fans around the world on the edge of their seat. With just 0.050 separating them going into the final rotation, Alina Harnasko went for broke with clubs, posting a 26.550, the highest score of the final, for a total of 100.900. All eyes were on Linoy Ashram as she performed a fantastic hoop routine to score...

28. November 2020
Kiev, UKR
Rhythmic Gymnastics

History was written today at the 36th European Championships in Rhythmic Gymnastics in Kyiv (UKR) as both Estonia and Turkey earned their first ever medals!
* In the 5 balls final, hosts Ukraine delivered a breath-taking routine, scoring 35.350 and setting a high standard for the other groups. Israel came within a point while top qualifier Azerbaijan couldn’t repeat Thursday’s stunning performance, so Ukraine took the European title ahead of Israel...

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