Bronze Medals for Bulgaria from the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Guadalajara, Spain (PHOTOS)
Two bronze medals for Bulgaria from the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Guadalajara, Spain.
On the first day of the championship on Friday, Simona Diankova, Elena Bineva, Madlen Radukanova, Laura Traats and Stephanie Kiriakova impressed the audience with their phenomenal performance of 5 hoops, which earned a record high score of 23, 100 points.
On Saturday, our girls made a mistake in their composition with three balls and two ropes and were rated 18,650. Laura Traats attempted to catch a ball out of the carpet, but failed to get a spare ball to complete the ensemble.
The European title won Russia with 43.625 points and the silver prize was for Italy with a score of 42.900.
In the team's ranking, which is made up of the presentation of individual girls and ensemble women, Bulgaria also stayed third with 140,600 points.
Tatyana Volozhanina, Anna Kelman, and Elizabeth Jovcheva participated in it.
Team champion also became Russia with 151,425 points, and second place is Ukraine with 141,000 points.
For the last time Bulgarian women's ensemble, she won a medal at the European Championship in 2003, so after 15 years we can congratulate our coaches and the coaches Vesela Dimitrova and Mihaela Maevska for their excellent performance one more time.
On Sunday we will have six finals - four for Tatyana Volozhanina and two for the ensemble.
On the last day of Euro 2018 will be held one more competition with the participation of Bulgarian gymnasts - Katherine Taseva and Neviana Vladinova.
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