Grand Prix Marbella 2018 All-Around Photos (II)

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Ekaterina Selezneva (RUS)

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Nastassia Generalova (USA)

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Lourdes Mohedano (ESP)

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Lourdes Mohedano (ESP)

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Lourdes Mohedano (ESP)

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Natalia García (ESP)

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Yanika Vartlaan (UKR)

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Yanika Vartlaan (UKR)

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Yanika Vartlaan (UKR)

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Yanika Vartlaan (UKR)

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Natalia Garcia (ESP)

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Natalia Garcia (ESP)

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Natalia Garcia (ESP)

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Natalia Garcia (ESP)

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Natalia García (ESP)

Interview to Natalia García

 

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                      Photo by Alberto López

Natalia García Timofeeva is an individual senior gymnast from Spain. Right now she is the second gymnast of the team, just behind Carolina Rodríguez. Natalia is training in Sant Cugat (where Almudena Cid did) with her coaches Toni and Iratxe since she was 9 years old.

“Almudena Cid is an icon for me. When they invited me to train with her I didn’t realize how great she was”

Natalia García was a star during last World Cup that was held in Guadalajara, Spain:

“When I compete in Spain I feel that I really need to do it well. It is difficult to deal with the tension. My execution is mechanic. I don’t need to think. If I think in a different thing, then it is when the error comes.”

“How can I describe myself? I think that I am a different gymnast. I can say that my elements are quite rare and this is because of my charisma. I want to attract attention from the judges and of course, the audience.”

Source: Rtve.es 

Interview to Natalia García Timofeeva: Izmir 2014

Spanish successful gymnast, Natalia García, will represent her country with Carolina Rodríguez and Sara Llana. Natalia will compete from Monday to Thursday with 4 apparatus, one each day. She also is fighting to become one of the 24 top gymnast of the world.

“This season for me was not easy because I suffered from an injury at the beggining of the season that made me slow down my preparation. Right now, I feel very confident. I tried to do a smart training: short but efficient.”

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“My main goal for this Championships is to place in top 24. I know this is not easy, because this year I am not as fit as I was last year, but I think I can made it”

“Last year was not easy for me: I had no sponsors at all and my family paid me the costs of the competitions. This year fortunatly the Federarion is helping me and I could find sponsors”

“I think I am a different gymnast. I do have flexibility but pivots are not my best elements. But my expresion, originalities and handling is good and I can do elements that no ody else is doing at this moment”

“After this World Championships I would like to rest, since I was training hard the whole summer. But my dream would become an Olympic Gymnast in Rio 2016”

Source: Marca.com

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
Photo Copyright Dirk Zimmermann

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Irina Tchachina (RUS) / World Championships Budapest 2003
Photo Copyright Bernd Thierolf

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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
Photo Copyright Bernd Thierolf

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Evgeniya Kanaeva and Daria Dmitrieva (RUS) / European Championships Minsk 2011
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Anna Rizatdinova (UKR)
Photo Copyright Enrico Della Valle

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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
Photo Copyright Bernd Thierolf

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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
Photo Copyright Bernd Thierolf

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Alina Maksymenko (UKR) / World Championships Kiev 2013
Photo Copyright Marianne Piquerel

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Alina Kabaeva (RUS) / Deventer Grand Prix

Campeonato de Europa Viena: Horarios

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 Martes 28 de mayo

  • Llegada de delegaciones

 Miércoles 29 de mayo

  • Entrenamientos oficiales, desde las 8:00 am

Jueves 30 de mayo

  • Entrenamientos oficiales, desde las 7:30 am

Viernes 31 de mayo

  • 10:00-12:00 Conjuntos junior (primer pase)
  • 14:00-16:30 Individual Senior – Competición I, Grupo C (aro y pelota)
  • 16:45-19:15 Individual Senior – Competición I, Grupo B (aro y pelota)
  • 19:15-19:45 Ceremonia de apertura
  • 20:00-22:00 Individual Senior – Competición I, Grupo A (aro y pelota)

Sábado 1 de junio 

  • 10:00-12:00 Conjuntos junior (segundo pase)
  • 12:15-12:45 Conjuntos junior – Entrega de medallas
  • 14:00-16:30 Individual Senior – Competición I, Grupo B (mazas y cinta)
  • 16:45-19:15 Individual Senior – Competición I, Grupo C (mazas y cinta)
  • 19:30-21:30 Individual Senior – Competición I, Grupo A (mazas y cinta)
  • 21:45-22:15 Competición senior – Entrega de medallas

 Domingo 2 de junio

  • 11:00 – 11:45 Conjuntos Junior – Final aparatos
  • 11:55 – 12:10 Conjuntos Junior – Entrega de medallas
  • 15:00 – 15:40 Individual Senior – Finales por apartos: Aro y Pelota
  • 15:55 – Individual Senior – Entrega de medallas (aro y pelota)
  • 16:05 – Individual Senior – Finales por aparatos: Mazas y cinta
  • 17:00 – Individual Senior – Entrega de medallas (mazas y cinta)
  • 17:15 – Gala y Ceremonia de clausura

* Los conjuntos tendrán además un entrenamiento oficial especial el Viernes día 31 de Mayo

Información sobre la delegación española:

Representantes INDIVIDUALES SENIOR:

  1. Carolina Rodríguez Ballesteros (Mazas, Cinta, Pelota y Aro)

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2. Natalia García Timofeeva (Mazas, Pelota y Aro)

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3. Eugenia Onopko Onopko (Cinta)

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Representantes CONJUNTO JUNIOR (5 aros):

  1. Paula Gómez
  2. Sara González
  3. Miriam Guerra
  4. Claudia Heredia
  5. Carmen Martínez
  6. Victoria Plaza

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Miembros de la delegación:

Iratxe Aurrecoechea, Ruth Fernández, Yolanda Andrés, Mónica Ferrández y Camino Mateos.

El equipo español llegará a lo largo de la mañana del martes día 28 a Viena.