If you have been a follower of the gymnastics sport for a long time, you might have witnessed the dominance of Russia in the sport. At the recently held Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships which took place in Stuttgart Germany from September 9 to 13, two remarkable Russian gymnasts — Yana Kudryavtseva and Margarita Mamun continued their country’s winning trend that was initially built by Alina Kabayeva, Irina Chashchina and Yevgenia Kanayeva. So, you might wonder, why are Russian gymnasts so successful?
Prior to his bronze medal feat at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last year, Hoe Wah Toon, a Singaporean gymnast, had never won a medal to make it to the podium in his entire competitive career.
Margarita Mamun, a Russian rhythmic gymnast, was awarded with the Longines Prize for Elegance after participating at the individual all-around competition event at the 34th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships 2015 in Stuttgart.
Last night, at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, someone suggested to give Yana Kudryavtseva the title “Yana the Great.”
Last Tuesday night, Margarita Mamun and Yana Kudryavtseva, both from Russia, has struck quickly in the second day of the 34th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships 2015 held at Stuttgart Germany. Both gymnasts have won an individual World Title, proclaiming the dominance of Russia in the said sport.
The organizers of Special Olympics P.E.I roster this summer has added bocce ball and rhythmic gymnastics in an effort to attract more participants