Rhythmic Gymnastics

This graceful form of gymnastics first developed at the end of the 19th and early 20th century as a mean of movement expression. It consists of aesthetic expression and gracefulness combined with musicality and rhythm. As a competitive discipline, Rhythmic Gymnastics started in the former Soviet Union, where National Championships have been held since 1942. The Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) recognised the discipline in 1961. The first World Individual Championships took place in 1963 in Budapest with 28 participating gymnasts from ten European countries.

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Athlete of the Month 2017

The Russian twins Arina and Dina Averina dominated The World Games 2017.

Medal Results Wrocław 2017

Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball Women

  1. 1. Arina AVERINA - RUS
  2. 2. Dina AVERINA - RUS
  3. 3. Katsiaryna HALKINA - BLR

Rhythmic Gymnastics Clubs Women

  1. 1. Dina AVERINA - RUS
  2. 2. Linoy ASRAM - ISR
  3. 3. Arina AVERINA - RUS

Rhythmic Gymnastics Hoop Women

  1. 1. Arina AVERINA - RUS
  2. 2. Dina AVERINA - RUS
  3. 3. Linoy ASRAM - ISR

Rhythmic Gymnastics Ribbon Women

  1. 1. Arina AVERINA - RUS
  2. 2. Dina AVERINA - RUS
  3. 3. Katsiaryna HALKINA - BLR

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