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GYMNASTICS Preview: Averina & Averina take on Ashram in final RhythmicWorld Cup, in Baku

The fourth and final round of the FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup comes this weekend at the National Gymnastics Arena in Baku (AZE), with...

GYMNASTICS: Russia sweeps individual titles at Tashkent Rhythmic World Cup

Russian star Aleksandra Soldatova was expected to be the star of the third Rhythmic World Cup in Tashkent (UZB) and she did not disappoint. The...

GYMNASTICS Preview: Soldatova headlines Rhythmic World Cup stop in Tashkent

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)...

GYMNASTICS: Two wins each for Soldatova and Ashram in World Cup Sofia

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...

GYMNASTICS Preview: Worlds All-Around silver winner Ashram in Rhythmic World Cup in Sofia

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...

GYMNASTICS: Averina & Averina dominate opening Rhythmic World Cup as Russia sweeps all eight...

Russia has dominated the Rhythmic Gymnastics discipline from 2002 to today. The current custodians of the sport are the twins Dina and Arina Averina,...

GYMNASTICS Preview: Averina twins headline first Rhythmic World Cup, in Pesaro

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...

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