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Russian gymnasts are triumphant at Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix Series in Spain

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Russian gymnasts are triumphant at Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix Series in Spain


03.04.2017

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Russian sportsmen occupied three first places at another series of Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix in Marbella, TASS reports.

The national team of the Russian Federation included champion of Europe and the World Alexandra Soldatova, twin sisters Arina Averina and Dina Averina as well as Yulia Bravikova.

More experienced Alexandra Soldatova won the golden medal, she managed to get 73,800 scores in total. The second place was taken by Arina Averiva, her result was 72,150 scores. Yulia Bravikova took the bronze medal with 71,650 scores.

Russian sportsmen are dominating this season in all series of the Grand Prix. Earlier, in Thais, France our athletes performed with great success in individual all-around competition, winning the first place (Dina Averina) and the third place (Yulia Bravikova). The sportsmen shared two steps of the winner’s stand with their programmes of hoop events, ball activities, club exercises and ribbon routine.

Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix Series is annual competition of tournaments for rhythmic gymnastics conducted starting 1994.

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