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Mixed Results In Pesaro RG World Cup; Russians Still Constant

Due to the retirements of top international rhythmic gymnastics competitors—Yana Kuryatseva and Son Yeon Jae—plus an uncertainty about the comeback of the Olympic champion Margarita Mamun, the doors have opened for the next generation to shine in the sport’s first leg of the World Cup this year, the FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup in Pesaro, Italy.

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Soldatova Hailed Queen Of Grand Prix Marbella 2017

The International Grand Prix Marbella has concluded over the weekend and the Russian team has once again beat most of their competitions both in Junior cup and the Senior events.

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China Impresses On Gymnastics World Cup At Doha

The 10th edition of the World Cup in Doha, Qatar concluded on Sunday where the Chinese team showed very promising finishes, claiming half the title available, much like they did in Melbourne last month. Veterans and experienced athletes won their best events and some standouts have emerged as well.

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Alt, Verniaiev Hailed 2017 DTB-Pokal World Cup Champions

German Olympian Tabea Alt and Ukrainian Olympic parallel bars champion Oleg Verniaiev clinched All-Around gold on the second of three FIG All-Around World Cup events this year, the 2017 EnBW DTB-Pokal World Cup held in Stuttgart, Germany last weekend.

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Drills For Eye-Hand Coordination Improvement

The sport of rhythmic gymnastics requires its athletes to throw and catch, roll, rotate, and twirl their different apparatus in the air or on parts of their bodies. Because of this, eye-hand coordination is one of the basic skills a beginner rhythmic gymnast must learn before she could do well at her chosen sport. This should go hand in hand with her balance, flexibility, and strength.

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Accusers: USOC To Decertify USA Gym; CEO Penny To Resign

For the past weeks, one of the biggest news about the world of gymnastics is the issue between the USA Gymnastics’ tie with the national gymnastics team’s physician, Larry Nassar, and their legal debacle with regards to Nassar’s sexual abuse cases.

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Coming From Behind: Kapitonova Wins 2017 Russian Championships

The 2017 Russian Artistic Gymnastics Championship has concluded on March 5 in Kazan, Russia with 16-year-old Natalia Kapitonova at the highest podium in the women’s All-Around.

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Proper Lower Body Workouts For Lean Muscles

On a previous article, we have listed some upper body exercises for our kids to perform regularly so they would develop strong and lean upper body muscles. Of course, gymnastics is not just a single-area-of-the-body kind of sport, it uses the whole body’s strength and utilizes it so the gymnast can perform amazing routines worthy for the podium. A gymnast is not complete without doing proper lower body workouts for lean muscles.

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Son Yeon-Jae Officially Puts Down Her Apparatus

A few months after the last Olympic cycle in Rio, more and more Olympians are starting to announce their retirement from rhythmic gymnastics. Early last month, Russian rhythmic gymnast Yana Kudryavtseva has officially announced her retirement at age 19. Last week, it was Margarita Mamun’s turn to be suspected of having been retired, but before that, it was Korean rhythmic gymnast Son Yeon-Jae who officially announced her retirement first.

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