Facts

Leotards: Close up pictures II

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Sparkling nude leotard worn by Margarita Mamun (RUS)

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Close-up picture of Margarita’s leotard.

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Hand-painted leotard of Carolina Rodríguez (ESP)

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Carolina’s leotards are designed and made by Maillots Tanitex (Spain)

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Another painted leotard with lots of details, worn also by Carolina

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Anna Rizatdinova (UKR) chose a blue/golden contrast leotard.

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Leotard made by “Leotards by Lana”

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Backside leotar by Maillots M.Davide
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“Pearls” are now allowed

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Information about Grand Prix Holon

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Schedule

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Friday, 28. March 2014
08:30 – Individuals Junior (A) Hoop+Ball
10:00 – Opening Ceremony
10:15 – Seniorgroups 10 Clubs
11:00 – Individuals Junior (B) Hoop+Ball
13:00 – Individuals Senior Hoop+Ball
16:00 – Grand-Prix Group B (4 Apparatus)
18:45 – Grand-Prix Group A (4 Apparatus)
21:15 – Award Ceremony
Saturday, 29. March 2014
08:30 – Individuals Junior (B) Clubs + Ribbon
10:00 – Individuals Junior (A) Clubs + Ribbon
11:45 – Seniorgroups Ribbon+Ball
12:15 – Individuals Senior Clubs + Ribbon
13:45 – Award Ceremony (Junior, Senior, Groups)
16:30 – Opening Ceremony
16:40 – Grand-Prix Finals
18:55 – Award Ceremony
19:05 – Gala-Show

When it will be?

It will be celebrated on 28th and 29th of March

Where it will be?

This competition will be held at Holon, Israel.
Sports hall: “Katzir”

 

Participants

Grand-Prix Individuals:

Lindtner Sophia – AUT
Wegscheider Natascha – AUT
Durunda Marina – AZE
Mogensen Tess – BEL
Charopa Arina – BLR
Jardim Andressa- BRA
Poplinsky Martina – BUL
Vladinova Neviana – BUL
Mickova Monika – CZE
Sebkova Anna – CZE
Rodríguez Carolina – ESP
Bogdanova Olga- EST
Tikkanen Jouki – FIN
Chaboud Ambre – FRA
Chalopin Lucille – FRA
Khvedelidze Gabriela – GEO
Filiou Varvara – GRE
Kécza Daniella – HUN
Filanovsky Victoria – ISR
Mendelson Nataly – ISR
Rivkin Neta – ISR
Assymova Aliya – KAZ
Regina Miaksheva – KGZ
Marika Zavadska – LAT
Liubomeiscaia Iuliana – MDA
Holte Emilie – NOR
Czarniecka Anna – POL
Mamun Margarita – RUS
Titova Maria – RUS
Kudryavtseva Yana- RUS
Kilianova Xenis – SVK
Mazur Viktoriya – UKR
Mulmina Anastasiya – UKR
Davidova Valeriya – UZB

Groups

AZE
HUN
ISR
LAT
POL
RUS
UKR
UZB

Livestream by Marc

http://www.gymnasticsdvd.de/live/

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Yana Kudryavtseva (RUS)
Photo Copyright Oleg Naumov

All Around Results

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Information about World Cup Stuttgart

 

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From 21st to 23rd March 2014 Germany will be the host of the GAZPROM World Cup Rhythmic Gymnastics.

The GAZPROM World Cup will be held in the Porsche-Arena Stuttgart which will be as well the competition venue for the World Championships in 2015.

Schedule

Friday:
Podium training

Saturday:
Qualification individuals: 1 pm
Qualification group: 7 pm

Sunday:
Finals singles and group: 12 pm
Gala “enjoy your rhythm” 4.30 pm

Startlists

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News

Liubov Cherkashina talks about Spanish Group

Former Belarusian gymnasts, Liubov Cherkashina, who won a bronze medal in London Olympic Games 2012 talks about Spanish group. Nowadays, Liubov works as a coach for team Belarus, helping head coach Irina Leparskaya. In adition, Liubov was elected as an Athlete Representative for the F.I.G.

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Liubov at Moscow Grand Prix 2013 as a coach.

Photo Copyright Oleg Naumov

“The Spanish Group, who became World Champions, is trained by a Belarusian coach. Among the top 10 countries, there are other nations, not just Eastern nations. It’s more open than it was.”

Teamspain

London Pre-Olympics. Gold for team Spain

“What happens is not the fault of Russia or Belarus or Ukraine. In Spain, for example, there are a large number of clubs. In Belarus, we’re more centralised when it comes to elite sports, whereas in Spain they see Rhythmic more as sport for the masses. We can’t say that one is better than the other, but in Belarus most of the time, the financing that we receive is state financing. No results, no more financing, and no more gymnastics. That’s why the coaches are focused on giving it their all for conserving the elite level in our countries”

In Belarus, we’re more centralised when it comes to elite sports, whereas in Spain they see Rhythmic more as sport for the masses.

“That’s not the case in countries like Italy or Spain. People pay there, but me, I never paid anything to do gymnastics. However, I can say that the Spanish system, and the countries that have similar systems, they will bear fruit. With so many clubs, there will inevitably be a gymnast who breaks through.”

Source: FIG

Versión en español

La ex gimnasta bielorrusa Liubov Cherkasina, la cual ganó la medalla de bronce en las Olimpiadas de Londres 2012 habla sobre conjunto español de gimnasia rítmica. Actualmente Liubov trabaja como entrenadora, ayudando a Irina Leparskaya, seleccionadora nacional. También ha sido elegida como una de las “representantes de los atletas” por la FIG.

“El conjunto español, el cual se convirtió en campeón del mundo el año pasado, es entrenado por una técnico bielorrusa. La situación actual en la gimnasia rítmica no es culpa de Rusia, Bielorrusia ni Ucrania. En España por ejemplo existen muchos clubes de gimnasia. En Bielorrusia sin embargo, los deportistas de élite están más centralizados y se consideran importantes. Pues contrario en España la gimnasia rítmica es considerada como un deporte para masas, para el disfrute del público.”

“No podemos decir que una cosa sea mejor que la otra, pero en Bielorrusia la mayoría de las veces la financiación proviene gracias al Estado. Si no se tienen resultados, no existiría una financiación y por lo tanto no se podría hacer gimnasia.

Ésto por ejemplo, no es lo que ocurre en países como Italia o España. En estos países las gimnastas pagan por hacer gimnasia rítmica pero mi caso, nunca he pagado por hacer gimnasia. A pesar de ello, puedo decir que el sistema español, así como otros países que tienen un sistema similar, tendrán un buen futuro, ya que con tantas gimnastas, es inevitable que alguna despunte.”

competitions

Juegos ODESUR – Southamerican Games Chile 2014 Results

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La gimnasta brasileña Angélica Kvieczynski lideró la clasificación individual general. En segundo lugar se sitúa su compañera Natalia Gaudio y en tercer lugar, otra de las favoritas a optar a medalla la Argentina Milagros Carrasco.   Las gimnastas locales, contaron con el apoyo del público y obtuvieron una cuarta, séptima y novena posición respectivamente.

Resultados Concurso General

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Horario

http://rhythmic-gymnastics.info/2014/03/04/information-about-southamerican-games-2014/

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Angelica Kviezcynski (BRA)