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The FIG Rhythmic World Cup stops this week in Tashkent (UZB), with a strong field, including Russia’s next star? The headliners: ● Aleksandra Soldatova (RUS) ~ 2015-18 Worlds Team gold; 2018 All-Around bronze ● Anastasia Guzenkova (RUS) ~ Age 16; first World Cup on record; a new star? ● Kaho Minagawa (JPN) ~ 2017 Worlds […]
The expected stars of the second FIG Rhythmic World Cup shone as expected with Russia’s Aleksandra Soldatova and Israel’s Linoy Ashram each capturing two victories. Soldatova captured the victory in the All-Around over Ashram, 82.450-80.450, but Ashram came back with wins in Hoop and Clubs. Soldatova also took the gold in Ribbon, but Ashram was […]
After a demonstration of dominance by Russia's Averina sisters at the FIG Rhythmic World Cup opener in Pesaro (ITA) last week, their primary challenger...
Russia has dominated the Rhythmic Gymnastics discipline from 2002 to today. The current custodians of the sport are the twins Dina and Arina Averina, now 20, who between them swept all five individual events at the first Rhythmic World Cup of the season, held in Pesaro, Italy. Dina, the two-time reigning World All-Around Champion, won […]
The dominant force in Rhythmic Gymnastics over the last two seasons has been Russia’s Averina twins, who have won nine of the 10 gold medals awarded in the 2017 and 2018 World Championships. Now 20, they will open their 2019 campaigns at the Vitrifrigo Arena in Pesaro (ITA) for the first FIG Rhythmic World Cup. […]