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Friday, October 29, 2021

Harnasko, Averina wins golds at Rhythmic Worlds Champ's 2021

Alina Harnasko and Dina Averina wins Gold Medal at Aeon Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships 2021.





Alina Harnasko (BLR) became the first non-Russian woman in eight years to win an individual world title Thursday at the Aeon Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships 2021 in Kitakyushu (JPN).



Harnasko’s 23.950 points with the Ribbon - for a lyrical routine that began with her twirling the apparatus with her toes - makes her the first Belarusian to win a world title since Larisa Lukyanko won with the Rope in 1996. 

The 23-year-old, the Olympic bronze medallist from Tokyo 2020, is also the first Belarusian to win with the Ribbon.



Her 0.050 victory over superstar Dina Averina (RGF), who captured a historic title of her own with the Clubs, also snaps a longstanding winning streak by RGF gymnasts, whose domination of the sport has been all but total for over a decade. The last individual gymnast from outside Russia to win a world gold was Ganna Rizatdinova (UKR), who took the Hoop title in 2013.


 Averina’s gold with the Clubs, her 14th world title, breaks Evgenia Kanaeva’s (RGF) record for individual gold medals at the World Championships. Kanaeva, the 2008 and 2012 Olympic champion, amassed 13 individual golds between 2007 and 2011.



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Courtesy to  gymnastics.sport

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