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.
Earlier this week, the South Korean rhythmic gymnastics star Son Yeon Jae arrived in Rio de Janeiro to prepare for the Olympic Rhythmic Gymnastics competition scheduled this weekend.
Korean rhythmic gymnastics star Son Yeon Jae revealed on Monday that she has begun undertaking a rigorous training program in Brazil in preparation for the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in August.
South Korean rhythmic gymnast Son Yeon-jae is about to face her most challenging rivals this season at the FIG World Cup competition, which will take place in Italy during the weekend, as she prepares for the upcoming Rio Summer Olympic Games.