Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 6,630 search results
  1. The Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup is a competition for rhythmic gymnastics sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG). It is one of the few tournaments in rhythmic gymnastics officially organized by FIG, as well as the World Championships (including the Junior World Championships), the gymnastics competitions at the Olympic Games and the Youth Olympics, and the rhythmic ...

    • Worldwide
    • Russia
  2. She finished 12th in the rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around qualifications and did not advance into the top 10 finals. In 2017, Ashirbayeva started the post-Olympics season competing at the Miss Valentine Cup, finishing 6th in the all-around.

    • Shymkent, Kazakhstan
    • Kazakhstan
  3. › wiki › Sumire_KitaSumire Kita - Wikipedia

    Sumire Kita ( Japanese: 喜田 純鈴; born 11 January 2001) is a Japanese individual rhythmic gymnast. She is the 2016 Asian Junior all-around champion and two-time Japanese National Junior champion.

    • Sumire Kita
    • Japan
  4. Alexandra Agiurgiuculese. Last updated on: 28 May 2021. Alexandra Ana Maria Agiurgiuculese (born January 15, 2001) is a Romanian - Italian individual rhythmic gymnast who represents Italy and coached by Špela Dragaš. She is a four-time medalist at the 2016 European Junior Championships.

    • Alexandra Ana Maria Agiurgiuculese
    • January 15, 2001 (age 20), Iași, Romania
    • Alex
    • Romania
  5. 17 WC 26 WCC ( 2017 Season) 35 ( 2016 Season) Medal record. Representing Romania. Rhythmic Gymnastics. Ana Luiza Filiorianu (born July 10, 1999) is a Romanian individual rhythmic gymnast. She is the six-time (2011–14 and 2016–17) Romanian National All-around champion.

    • Lizi
    • Romania
  6. The 2004 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Final was the sixth edition of the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Final, held from November 27 to November 28, 2004 in Moscow, Russia. [1] [2] The competition was officially organized by the International Gymnastics Federation as the last stage of a series of competitions through the 2003–2004 season.

  7. On 9–11 May, Mamun won the all-around gold at the 2014 World Cup event in Corbeil-Essonnes. She qualified to 4 event finals and won gold in clubs, silver in ribbon, 6th in ball and 5th in hoop. On 22–24 May, Mamun won her second World Cup all-around title of the season at Tashkent scoring an overall total of 74.750 points, ahead of ...

  1. People also search for