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Welcome to the World of Rhythmic Gymnastics


Hello, I am Mariangeles and I invite you to enjoy this wonderful sport.
I would like to tribute the best group of gymnasts we have seen together, and their coaches, who made it possible.
After the dissapearence of the USSR many gymnasts were able to compit internationality, and we were not private of those big gymnasts who were not able to compit due to the 2 gymnasts per country rule.
Those gymnasts are Larissa Lukyanenko, Tatiana Ogrizko and Olga Gontar for Belarus, Elena Vitrichenko and Ekaterina Serebrianskaya for Ukraine, and Amina Zaripova, Yana Batyrshina and Natalia Lipkovskaya for Russia, without forgotten the stars that were shining in 1992 like Oksana Kostina (who was the most damaged gymnast during the USSR, in my opinion), Alexandra Timoshenko, Elena Samatuskaya,... and of course Maria Petrova. But as this site is for the best gymnasts ever, I think I should also add past and present glories of rhythmics.
I know it is a hugh work, but I hope to do my best with it.

last update: 2nd March 2001


 
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Irina Tchachina form Russia, winner of the 2001 Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia.
In second place her teammate Alina Kabaeva, while Bulgarian Simona Peicheva took the bronze medal and Ukrainian Anna Bessonova placed 4th.

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