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Twins Celebrate Rhythmic Bronze with Oriental Dances

Society | August 29, 2004, Sunday // 00:00| Views: 919 | Comments: 0
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Twins Celebrate Rhythmic Bronze with Oriental Dances Decorated with the Athens 2004 Bronze, the Varna-born twins Vladislava and Galina Tancheva are already turning eyes to next Olympic challenge in Beijing 2008. Photo by Internet.

Bulgaria's rhythmic twin graces Vladislava and Galina Tancheva starred in the party last night organized to mark the historic Olympic victory of the group on Saturday.

The charming twins played oriental dances, as they had earlier promised if the group won a medal.

The team led by former champion Iliana Raeva swept the Bronze in the Group All-Round finals and the admirations of local audience with almost impeccable performances.

"The medal is very important for us. We want to continue winning medals, and start a new tradition for Rhythmic Gymnastics in Bulgaria," Vladislaav Tancheva told reporters after the solemn moment on Saturday.

The graceful duo Tancheva, born in coastal city of Varna, will continue to sport in the national group after the end of the games, due to be closed later on Sunday, and prepare for the Beijing Olympics 2008, their coach confirmed.

Only one of the other girls will remain with them - Zornitsa Marinova, while Eleonora Kezhova and Zhanet Ilieva would withdraw from active sporting carrier.
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