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Information about Rhythmic All Stars Gala

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“Rhythmic All Stars” is a gala show dedicated for Rhythmic Gymnastics that will be celebrated in Seoul, Korea.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YxJMRcbILTE&feature=youtu.be

Korean gymnast, Son Yeon Jae, is the protagonist of this show based on RG. This year the show is called “Rhythmic Fantasy”

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gAxcUXu-htE&feature=youtu.be

Participants

– Silver Medal winner at London 2012 Olympic Games, Daria Dmitrieva

– Bronze Medal winner at London 2012 Olympic Games, Liubov Cherkashyna

– European and World Championships Medallist, Melitina Staniouta

– Bronze Olympic Medal at London 2012 Olympic Games, Group Italy

– World Champions in 2012, Group Bulgaria

– Silver medal at European Championships 2014, Team Competition, Viktoriya Mazur

– International Tournaments Medallist, Anastasiya Mulmina

http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=wKFylUr6524

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Pacific Rim Championships 2014 Results

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From left to right: Aliya Protto (USA), Patricia Bezzoubenko (CAN), Cindy Lu (USA)

Ten countries competed last week in Richmond, Canada, at Pacific Rim Championships. It consists of : junior competition, junior groups competition and senior individual competition.

Patricia Bezzoubenko, Canada, was the favorite for getting most of medals, besides Cindy Lu and Aliya Protto from USA.

Team Competition

Pacific rim rhythmic

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Team Canada
Photo Copyright Grace Chiu

Senior Individual Finals

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Patricia Bezzoubenko (CAN)
Photo Copyright Grace Chiu

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Information about Amsterdam Masters 2014

AmsterdaMMasters 2014 is an international rhythmic gymnastics tournament at will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

This tournament consist of:

– Junior individual competition
– Senior individual competition
– Senior grouos competition

The event AmsterdaMMasters has shown that our beautiful sport can reach a large audience and is also responsible for Dutch rhythmic gymnastics being back on the international calendar. It will be celebrated on 9th and 10th of May, a few weeks before European Championships.

Schedule

Friday 9th of May

16.00-22.00

All-Around competition individuals and groups


Saturday 10th of May

14.00-18.00

Apparatus finals individuals and groups

Participants

Junior individual

Emily Barrow AUS

Silvia Valente AUS

Vanina Van Puyvelde BEL – FORZA RITMICA

Kaat Wyers BEL – MOL

Jasmijn Ruts BEL – MOL

Rea Strand CRO

Denisa Kobylková CZE

Nikola Paschová CZE

Natálie Kučerová CZE (OC)

Alesia Kolomainen FIN

Helena Hirvonen FIN

Emma Rantala FIN

Szofia Török HUN

Jazmin Kovács HUN

Jazmin Gonzalesz HUN

Anna Lazareva LAT

Mariya Pleskachova LAT

Andstasiya Chornaya LAT

Daria Kondrateva MLT – CLUB RITMICA

Ekaterina Iurchak MLT – CLUB RITMICA

Monika Lazarova MLT – CLUB RITMICA

Kristina Grishchenko RUS

Anastasia Kalabina RUS

Aina Farakshina RUS

Yasmin van Es NED – SV PAX

Senior individual

Marlee Shae Holden AUS

Taylor Tirahardjo AUS

Amy Quinn AUS

Neisha Rizzo AUS

Natascha Wegscheider AUT

Sophia Lindtner AUT

Emma Bruneel BEL – FORZA RITMICA

Julie Zels BEL – FORZA RITMICA

Stefani Viinamae CAN

Ksenia Judeikin CAN

Carmen Whelan CAN

Klára Opatřilová CZE

Carolina Rodríguez Ballesteros ESP

Andrea Pozo Chamorro ESP

Sara Llana García ESP

Inessa Rif FIN

Dora Vass HUN

Ludmila Roptegina LAT

Jeva Valpetere LAT

Anastasia Kovalchuk LAT

Lisa Vos NED – SV PAX

Groups:

RUS, AUT, GV VOGEL – NED, GTV DE BADHOEVE – NED

News

Fin de semana de éxito para el equipo español de Gimnasia Rítmica

El equipo español de gimnasia rítmica ha hecho historia nuevamente en la Copa del Mundo disputada en Lisboa este fin de semana pasado.

El Conjunto se alza con la medalla de oro en el Concurso General

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De izquierda a derecha: Sara Bayón, Alejandra Quereda, Sandra Aguilar, Elena López, Artemi Gavezou, Lourdes Mohedano y Anna Baranova.

Todos los seguidores de este deporte esperaban con gran expectación la primera competición del año para el conjunto español. Nuestras gimnastas, no habían competir anteriormente debido a lesiones por partes diferentes miembros del equipo y, por tanto, no se pudo acudir a las citas anteriores en Francia (Grand Prix Thiais) y Alemania (Copa del Mundo Stuttgart).

El equipo técnico, formado por Anna Baranova y Sara Bayón, decidió mantener la rutina de 10 mazas con pequeñas modificaciones, con el cual España se proclamó campeona del mundo y cambiar completamente el ejercicio mixto.

El conjunto repite de nuevo el oro, de manera holgada

Y el nuevo cambio no defraudó en absoluto. Se trata de una composición llena de riesgo y una minuciosa coreografía, acompañada de una música actual a la par que clásica.

Pese a la elevada dificultad del ejercicio las españolas consiguieron una puntuación total de 17,200 puntos en el concurso general en el mixto y 17.400 con 10 mazas. El conjunto repite de nuevo la primera posición, de manera holgada, al igual que el año pasado en esta misma etapa de la Copa del Mundo.

En las finales debido a diversos fallos, las españolas no pudieron alzarse con la primera posición, pero aún así obtuvieron dos medallas de plata, una por cada ejercicio.

Carolina Rodríguez, cuarta en el Concurso General y bronce en Mazas

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Asimismo la gimnasta de categoría individual Carolina Rodríguez obtuvo una cuarta posición en el concurso general y medalla de bronce en la final de mazas todo un hito para la historia de la gimnasia rítmica de los últimos años.

Carolina es una de las gimnastas con más expresividad en el panorama actual internacional de la gimnasia rítmica, muy valorado en el nuevo código de puntuación

Carolina es una de las gimnastas con más expresividad en el panorama actual internacional de la gimnasia rítmica, muy valorado en el nuevo código de puntuación instaurado tras los juegos olímpicos de Londres 2012.
Las próximas competiciones previas al campeonato de Europa para Carolina serán: torneo internacional Amsterdam Masters y Copa del mundo de Minsk (Bielorrusia).

Buenas posiciones para las gimnastas junior y promesas senior

Andrea Pozo y Sara Llana, promesas del equipo senior de gimnasia rítmica español, también acudieron a la cita de Lisboa tanto para la Copa del Mundo (Andrea) como para el Torneo Internacional (Sara) disputado paralelamente. Buenas sensaciones para ellas dos y probablemente un buen futuro para Ritmica española.

Paula Gómez, gimnasta Junior, obtuvo una octava posición en la final de aro y Carmen Martínez quinta en la final de mazas. Miriam Guerra es otra de las gimnastas que estuvo presente en Lisboa y clave para el equipo junior.


Polina Berezina, “Miss Elegancia” en Baltic Hoop

Al mismo tiempo, se celebraba en Riga (Letonia), un torneo internacional en donde estaban presentes gimnastas de gran nivel de diferentes países. Polina obtuvo el 13º puesto en la competición general y el premio “Miss Elegancia”

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Polina junto a su entrenadora Mónica Ferrández

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Information About World Cup Pesaro 2014

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World Cup Pesaro is one of the last stages of World Cups before European Championships. this competition is for senior individuals and groups.
The 8 best gymnasts and groups per apparatus of the qualifications will qualify to participate in the apparatus finals with a maximum of 2 gymnasts per Delegation.

At the same time, there will be an International Junior Competition called “Città di Pesaro”

Where it will be?

This competition will be held at Adriatic Arena, Pesaro (Italy). Closest airport is in Rimini.


When it will be?

It will be from 11th to 13th of April.

Schedule

Pesaro

Tickets

Participants

Armenia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Lilit Harutyunyan

Austria
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Nicol Ruprecht

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Noelle Breuss
Anika Nachbaur

Belarus

WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Melitina Staniouta
Katsiaryna Halkina

Group Senior:
Ksenya Cheldishkina
Arina Tsitsilina
Valeriya Pischelina
Maryia Katsiak
Hanna Dudzenkova
Yana Lukavets

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Maryia Trubach
Stefaniya-Sofiya Manakhava

Belgium
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Paulien Boone

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Kaat Myers
Anais Collin

Brasil
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Angelica Kvieczynski

Bulgaria
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Sara Staykova
Neviana Vladinova

Group Senior:
Reneta Kamberova
Mihaela Maevska-Velichkova
Tsvetelina Naydenova
Tsvetelina Stoyanova
Hristiana Todorova

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Katerina Marinova
Asya Ivanova

Canada
WORLD CUP
Group Senior:
Katrina Cameron
Sarah Hui
Teija Korjus-Parker
Lucinda Nowell
Anjelika Reznik
Victoria Reznik

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Ecaterina Cozma
Nicola Knowles

Czech Republic
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Anna Sebkova

Group Senior:
Katerina Gerychova
Lenka Siroka
Alice Hejkova
Katerina Lohynska
Anna Rajecka
Katerina Vernerova

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Suzanne Borovcova
Denisa Kobylkova
Anna Tomkova

Estonia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Olga Bogdanova

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Lana Frolova
Laurabell Kabrits

Finland
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Jouki Tikkanen
Ekaterina Volkova

Group Senior:
Sonja Kokkonen
Jenni Kaita
Aino Purje
Riikka Kangas
Elina Koprinen
Heleri Kolkkanen

France
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Kseniya Moustafaeva
Ambre Chaboud

Group Senior:
Léa Peinoit
Noémie Balthazard
Julie Marques
Elena Chabert
Marine Letul
Océane Charoy

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Axelle Jovenin
Clara Delena
Camille Ay

Germany
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Laura Jung

Group Senior:
Judith Hauser
Anastasija Khmelnytska
Nicole Mueller
Sara Radman
Daniela Potapova
Rana Tokmak

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Viktoria Burjak
Alexandra Tikhonovich
Lea Tkaltschewitsch

Great Britain
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Francesca Jones

Greece
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Kyriaki Alevrogianni

Group Senior:
Eleni Doika
Stavroula Samara
Zoi Kontogianni
Lamprini Vlachogianni
Stafania Mitsana
Anastasia Giouvanaki

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Eleni Kelaiditi
Georgia Martha
Anastasia Kozma
Zachou

Hungary
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Dóra Vass
Bianka Borocz

Group Senior:
Nóra Raub
Csinszka Horváth
Barbara Kiss
Blanka Boldizsár
Laura Ludányi
Vivien Wehovszky

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Alexandra Kis
Fanni Pigniczki
Borbala Szakaly
Mira Varay

Israel
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Neta Rivkin
Victoria Filanovski

Group Senior:
Alona Koshevatskiy
Karina Lykhvar
Ekaterina Lavina
Ida Mayrin
Lihi Shohatovich
Yuval Filo

Italy
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Veronica Bertolini
Alessia Russo

Group Senior:
Marta Pagnini
Andreea Stefanescu
Camilla Bini
Valeria Schiavi
Sofia Lodi
Camilla Patriarca

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Team 1: Arianna Malavasi
Ginevra Parrini
Team 2: Letizia Cicconcelli
Carlotta Violante
Beatrice Tornatore
Maria Vilucchi

Japan
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Sakura Hayakawa
Kaho Minagawa

Group Senior:
Airi Hatakeyma
Rie Matsubara
Mao Kunii
Sakura Noshitani
Sayuri Sugimoto
Kyoka Kanayama

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Sumire Kita
Takana Tatsuzawa

Kazakhstan
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Aliya Assymova
Sabina Ashirbayeva

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Mainovskaya
Lyssogor

Korea
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Yeon Jae Son
Yun Lee Gim

Latvia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Natalija Janusa
Sofija Nikitina

Group Senior:
Eliza Osmucniece
Katrine Silina
Kitija Kausa
Anastasija Kruze
Inese Jastrebova
Jekaterina Porodko

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Arina Leila
Jekaterina Sidorova
Viktorija Mezecka
Elina Zaika

Malaysia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Dict Weng Amy Kwan

Mexico
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Rut Castillo Galindo
Cindy Gallegos Barrera

Group Senior:
Marialicia Ortega Elizondo
Maria Eugenia Nava del Rio
Maria Fernanda Castillo Casanova
Estefany Sosa Alvarado
Pamela Reynos Vera
Diana Laura Casilla Rodriguez

Poland
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Anna Czarniecka

Group Senior:
Zuzanna Klajman
Patrycja Romik
Lilianna Walczak
Aleksandra Kubiak
Julia Namaczynska
Natalia Sobolewska

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Sonia Pijanowska
Angelika Kosoulieva
Julia Wisniewska
Natalia Koziol

Portugal
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Tânia Dominges

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Adriana Santos
Beatriz Santos

Romania
TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Ana Luiza Filiorianu
Alice David

Russia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Yana Kudryavtseva
Margarita Mamun
Maria Titova

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Yulia Brabikova
Irina Annenkova
Karina Kuznetsova

San Marino Republic
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Lucia Castiglioni

Serbia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Milena Milacic

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Iva Andric
Stasa Radulovic
Sanja Maksimovic
Tamara Obradovic

Slovakia
TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Laura Baranova
Kristina Pritzova
Alexandra Cechova

Slovenia
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Spela Kratochwill

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Aja Jerman
Aleksandra Pogorsek
Taja Karner
Zoja Marija Ivancic

Sweden
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Cassandra Pettersson

Switzwerland
WORLD CUP
Group Senior:
Stephanie Kaelin
Julia Novak
Anne Tardent
Nicole Turuani
Tamara Stanisic
Lisa Rusconi

Turkey
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Zeinep Kusem

Group Senior:
Burcin Neziroglu
Ece Mumcuoglu
Asya Nur Tas
Eda Coskun
Gulce Cagdas
Azgi Bozdemir

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Ecem Cankaya
Guler Kir
Defne Artuglu
Selen Bektas

Ukraine
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Anna Rizatdinova
Anastasiya Mulmina

Group Senior:
Oleksandra Aslanyan
Yevgeniya Gomon
Olexandra Gridasova
Valeriia Gudym
Svitlana Prokopova
Darya Sych

United States
WORLD CUP
Individual Senior:
Jasmine Kerber
Rebecca Sereda
Group Senior:
Jennifer Rohkman
Monica Rohkman
Kiana Eide
Alisa Kano
Sharon Dassouli
Natalie Mc Giffert

TOURNAMENT
“CITTÀ DI PESARO”
Laura Zeng
Camila Feetry

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Video about Rhythmic Gymnastics Training Center

Rhythmic Gymnastics Training Center “ISCA” is located in Russia. Its purpose is to promote Rhythmic Gymnastics. A hundred of gymnasts are currently training here. Olympic Champions used to train over here such as Anastasiya Nazarenko or Karolina Sevastyanova.

Daria Dmitrieva or Yana Lukonina (Honored Master of Sports, World Champions), are also working here as coaches. Also Anna Viktorovna Zhitkova is helping as a ballet coach.

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World Cup Lisbon 2014 Finals

10 Clubs Finals

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Spain starts 10 clubs competition with two drops and an incomplete difficulty. Shame for them since they were favorites for both finals.
Brilliant routine for Ukrainian group, that gives then gold medal.

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Ukrainian group
Photo Copyright : FGP

Hoop Final

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Melitina Staniouta performed one of the most amazing routines of this competition which gave her gold routine.

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Leap by Melitina Staniouta (BLR)

Ball Final

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Clubs Final

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Spanish gymnast, Carolina Rodríguez took bronze medal for the first time in a World Cup.

This victory is dedicated to all of those who relied on me

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Baltic Hoop 2014

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Baltic Hoop AA Winners
From left to right: Arina Averina RUS, Alexandra Soldatova RUS, Katsiaryna Halkina BLR

Schedule

Saturday, April 5 th

10.00
– All-around competition
– Lydmila Kachkalda’s Memorial Cup group competition

17.00
– Opening ceremony
– All-around competition
– All-around competition winners award ceremony
– Lydmila Kachkalda’s Memorial Cup winners award ceremony

Sunday, April 6th

14.00
– Individual apparatus final competition
– Group final competition

18.00
– Competition “The Elegance Baltic Hoop 2014”
– Artist nominations
– Surprise Prizes
– “Miss Sympathy” audience’s chose Baltic Hoop 2014
– “Miss Elegance Baltic Hoop 2014″

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Livestream

http://www.baltijasaplis.lv/lv.html

Results

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World Cup Lisbon 2014: Podium Training

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World Cup Lisbon starts today with a huge participation. Last time minute changes:

– Spanish group competes with 5 gymnasts instead of 6: Alejandra Quereda, Artemi Gavezou, Elena López, Sandra Aguilar and Lourdes Mohedano.

– Team Uzbekistan: Djamila Rakhmatova and Anastasiya Serdyukova.

– Anna Rizatdinova (UKR) is not flying to Lisbon. Team UKR (individual): Viktoriya Mazur and Anastasiya Mulmina. Alina Maksymenko is in Lisbon as a coach.

– Group Belarus is not competing in Lisbon.

– Natalia Gaudio (BRA) is not competing in Lisbon.

– Dina Averina and Maria Titova represent team RUS. Yulia Sinitsyna was replaced by Maria Titova.

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Carolina Rodríguez (ESP)

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Spain (Senior Group)

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Veronika Polyakova (RUS, International Junior Competition)

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Dina Averina (RUS)

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Japan (Senior Group)

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Maria Titova (RUS)

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Spain (Senior Group)

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Spain (Senior Group)

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Carmen Martínez (ESP, Junior International Tournament)

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Marina Durunda (AZE)

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Andrea Pozo (ESP)

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Rut Castillo (MEX)

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Victoria Filanovsky (ISR)

ALL Pictures belong to Portugal Gymnastics Federation. Copyright Floriano Morais.