Happy Birthday Maria Titova!

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Maria Titova was born in Penza Oblast’, Russia seventeen years ago. Since 2011, “Masha”, won several international tournaments as a junior gymnast such as Deriugina Cup 2012 where she won gold medal with the team.

Irina Viner included Maria in Senior National team with Yana Kudryavtseva, Margarita Mamun and Darya Svatkovskaya. Dinara Gimatova, former Olympic gymnasts who represented both Russia and Azerbaijan, was her first coach in Novogorsk. In 2013 Maria got 5th position in Russian Championships.

“My favorite gymnast ever is Irina Chaschina

European Team Champion, Daria Svatkovskaya got injured so that Maria became number 3 of team Russia. Irina Chaschina (Masha’s favorite gymnast) and Evgeniya Kanaeva coach, Vera Shtelbaums, is right now working with Titova.

Maria attended to almost every top competitions of the year: Grand Prix Moscow, Grand Prix Thiais, World Cup Stuttgart or Grand Prix Holon.

Her next competition will be in Kazan (World Cup) just before World Championships in Izmir.

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Maria Titova Grand Prix Thiais 2014
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Portraits

The most beautiful portraits – back in time. Each professional picture instills feelings. Could you describe them?

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Anna Bessonova (UKR) / World Championships Budapest 2003
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Olga Belova (RUS) / Grand Prix Berlin 2001
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Irina Tchachina (RUS) / World Championships Budapest 2003
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Alina Kabaeva (RUS) / European Championships Geneve 2001

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Almudena Cid (ESP) and Liudmila Dmitrova / World Championships Budapest 2003
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Evgeniya Kanaeva and Daria Dmitrieva (RUS) / European Championships Minsk 2011
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Anna Rizatdinova (UKR)
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Natalia García (ESP)
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Inna Zhukova (BLR)/ Grand Prix Innsbruck 2002
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Liubov Cherkashina (BLR) /London Olympic Games 2012

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Dominika Cervenkova (CZE) / World Championships Budapest 2003
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Almudena Cid /Jennifer Colino (ESP)
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Tamara Yerofeeva (UKR) / Grand Prix Innsbruck
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Svetlana Rudalova (BLR) / World Championships Budapest 2003
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Maria Titova (RUS) / Grand Prix Brno 2013
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Alina Maksymenko (UKR) / World Championships Kiev 2013
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Alina Kabaeva (RUS) / Deventer Grand Prix

Russian National Team 2013

Irina viner new team

Moscow Grand Prix always generates a big expectation. Everybody can’t wait to see Russian Star’s new routines.

The New Group

Ulyana Donskova and Karolina Sevastyanova retired after Olympics. Many girls were candidates to become members, such as Ralina Rakipova (who was European Champion with junior group) and Diana Borisova (who was also European Champion with the junior team).

The new group is compounded finally by Alina Makarenko, Kseniya Dudkina, Anastasiya Nazarenko, Olga Ilina, Anastasiya Bliznyuk and Anastasiya Maximova. This last gymnast joined the team in 2009, but she left in 2010. After this, she was still training in Nizhny-Novgorod and also competing in national competitions (group routines). Ralina  Rakipova will be one of the reserve gymnasts.

The new group is compounded finally by Alina Makarenko, Kseniya Dudkina, Anastasiya Nazarenko, Olga Ilina, Anastasiya Bliznyuk and Anastasiya Maximova.

The New individual team

In spite of being the oldest gymnast of the team, Darya Dmitrieva will not be for the moment, Team Russia’s first gymnast. This way Irina Viner announced Dasha won’t be competing until she recovers from a leg injury.

The new team is very young. These were the girls selected: Margarita Mamun, Anna Trubnikova, Maria Titova, Darya Svatkovskaya, Elizaveta Nazarenkova and Alexandra Merkulova.

Other individual gymnasts will compete under Russian flag in international competitions: Yana Kudryavtseva, , Diana Borisova, Natalya Bulychyova, Yulia Sinitsina (Moscow), Ekaterina Selezneva (Pushkino), Ekaterina Chukalina (Dmitrov)…

New Coaches

New coaches joining the team will be Oksana Skaldina and Dinara Gimatova.

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 irina viner anuncio los componentes

El Grand Prix de Moscú siempre causa gran expectación. Todos esperan con ansia ver los nuevos ejercicios de las estrellas rusas de la gimnasia.

El nuevo conjunto.

Ulyana Donskova y Karolina Sevastyanova, ganadoras de oro en Londres, decidieron retirarse tras los Juegos Olímpicos. Muchas gimnastas fueron candidatas para formar parte del equipo como Ralina Rakipova (la cual fue campeona de Europa con el conjunto junior) o Diana Borisova (la cual también fue campeona de Europa con el equipo junior).

Finalmente el Nuevo grupo está formado por Alina Makarenko, Kseniya Dudkina, Anastasiya Nazarenko, Olga Ilina, Anastasiya Bliznyuk y Anastasia Maximova. Esta última gimnasta, formó parte del equipo desde el año 2009, aunque posteriormente, en el año 2010 dejó de estar dentro de la selección. Sin embargo, ella siguió compitiendo y entrenando como gimnasta de conjunto en Nizhny-Novgorod. Ralina Rakipova es la séptima gimnasta del conjunto.

Las nuevas gimnastas individuales.

A pesar de ser la gimnasta más veterana del equipo, Darya Dmitrieva no va a formar parte de él. De esta manera, anuncio Irina Viner que Dasha no competirá hasta que se recupere de su lesión.

El nuevo equipo es muy joven. Está formado por: Margarita Mamun, Anna Trubnikova, Maria Titova, Darya Svatkovskaya, Elizaveta Nazarenkova y Alexandra Merkulova.

El nuevo equipo es muy joven. Está formado por: Margarita Mamun, Anna Trubnikova, Maria Titova, Darya Svatkovskaya, Elizaveta Nazarenkova y Alexandra Merkulova.

Otras gimnastas individuales que competirán representando a Rusia en diversas competiciones internacionales serán: Yana Kudryavtseva, Diana Borisova, Natalya Bulycheva (Bulychyova), Yulia Sinitsina (Moscú), Ekaterina Selezneva (Seleznyova) de Pushkino, Ekaterina Chukalina (Dmitrov), entre otras.

Nuevas entrenadoras

Las nuevas entrenadoras que se unen al equipo son Oksana Skaldina y Dinara Gimatova.