Katrin Yankova Taseva (Bulgarian: Катрин Янкова Тасева; born November 24, 1997) is a retired Bulgarian individual rhythmic gymnast.She is the 2017 European Silver medalist with Ribbon, 2019 Grand-Prix Final All-around Bronze medalist, the 2019 World Cup series All-around and Ball winner and the double (2018, 2019) World Cup series Ribbon winner.
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Born in Pleven, Bulgaria, Vladinova began competitive gymnastics in 2000. She appeared in international junior competitions in 2006 and began competing as a senior in 2011 season. In 2013, Vladinova competed at the World Cup series and Grand Prix series. She was in the Bulgarian team that competed at the 2013 European Championships. Vladinova retired on November 17, 2020 due to a neck injury. She is now the second vice president of the BFHG.
In 2014, Vladinova made her breakthrough season, her first event at the Moscow Grand Prix she took 4th place in hoop finals. She competed at the 2014 World Cup series in Debrecen, she finished 8th in all-around and qualified in hoop finals. In Stuttgart, she finished 9th in all-around, placed 18th in Pesaro all-around and In Sofia, where she placed 9th in all-around, and qualified to 2 event finals finishing 6th in clubs and 4th in hoop. She competed at the 2014 European Championships where s...
On March 21–22, 2015, Vladinova competed at the 2015 Thiais Grand Prix finishing 21st in the all-around. On March 27–29, Vladinova competed at the 2015 Lisboa World Cup finishing 12th in the all-around. On April 10–12, Vladinova finished 24th in the all-around at the 2015 Pesaro World Cup. Vladinova competed at the 2015 Holon Grand Prix finishing 10th in all-around. On May 22–24, Vladinova competed at the 2015 Tashkent World Cup finishing 8th in the all-around. She qualified to 2 apparatus fi...
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