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Top 10 Romanian gymnastics moments of the year

  1. Corina Constantin, Andreea Bogati and Anca Surdu – Trio Final (European Championship, Arques)

Romanian Aerobic gymnastics continues at the top of the World rankings. In 2013, the Romanian gymnasts won all major competitions of the season: the World Cup, European Championship and World Games, in different events. The women’s trio was always on the podium, winning the World Cup and European Championship and the World Games´ silver medal.

  1. Larisa Iordache – Beam (European Championship, Moscow)

Larisa became European Champion on beam in 2013 and successfully performed one of the most difficult beam routines in the world at the Doha World Cup. Larisa never left a competition without at least a medal throughout the entire year!

  1. Alexandra Piscupescu – Ribbon (World Cup, Bucharest)

Bucharest successfully organized one of the stages of this year’s Rhythmic World Cup, which brought together some of the best gymnasts in the world. Alexandra Piscupescu, who was accompanied live by tenor Bogdan Mihai, won three medals at this event, something that no Romanian had managed to achieve in years.

  1. Corina Constantin – Individual Women Final (World Games, Cali)

With European and World titles already in the bag, Corina achieved yet another milestone this year by winning the Individual Women’s title at the Cali World Games, as well as the World Cup.

  1. Sandra Izbașa – Floor (World  Championship, Antwerp)

Victories, defeats, injuries…nothing can break the fighting spirit of this wonderful gymnast. She proved it yet again at this year’s Worlds!

  1. Bianca Becze and Marius Petruse – Mixed Pairs Final (European Championship, Arques)

Until this year, they were the underdogs. After winning both the European Championship and the Cali World Games, they are now the ones to watch!

  1. Flavius Koczi – Vault (European Championship, Moscow)

Flavius Koczi retired this year after adding yet another European medal to his collection. He has won 11 European medals and one World medal throughout his career.

  1. Andra Stoica – Floor (Romanian National Championship, Bucharest)

If we were to pick one routine that draws your attention from the very first moment, this would be it. Andra Stoica is Romania’s Junior National Champion on floor.

  1. Diana Bulimar – Floor (European Championship, Moscow)

Diana could not fight for a World medal this year although she was ranked first on this apparatus in 2013. However, we enjoyed her bronze medal routine from this year´s European Championship.

  1. Ana Luiza Filiorianu – Ball (World Cup, Lisbon)

One of the most talented Romanian Juniors and one of the most beautiful Romanian Rhythmic gymnastics routines of 2013.

We hope you have enjoyed Romanian gymnastics’ 2013 highlights, may you have a wonderful 2014! Happy New Year!

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