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Luiza Filiorianu and Andreea Verdeș at the Rhythmic World Championships

Luiza and Andreea back in 2014, when they were competing together at Junior level

The first year of a new olympic cicle generally represents an opportunity to discover which gymnasts will establish their names as potential World and Olympic medalists, under the newly designed code of points. As many of the previous medalists have now retired from elite gymnastics, the Budapest European Championships in May and the World Championships …

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Bronze medal for Laura Aniței in Estonia

Laura Anitei @ Miss Valentine 2016

          Three gymnasts from the Anghel Saligny Club in Iași competed at this year´s Miss Valentine in Estonia, under the supervision of coaches Cătălina and Constantin Radu. This event has typically opened the Rhythmic gymnastics season since 1995 and is considered one of the largest competitions in the world, with 1200 gymnasts from …

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Romania, 10th at the Junior Rhythmic Euros

Luiza Filiorianu and Andreea Verdes

               The Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships kick started yesterday in Azerbaidjan´s capital of Baku. Senior Alexandra Piscupescu and juniors Ana Luiza Filiorianu, Andreea Verdeș and Ștefana Popa were there to represent Romania in the competition. The juniors were the first to take the carpet in Baku in the Team Final which started on Friday with …

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Photos from the 2014 Spring Cup International Tournament

Spring Cup 2014

               The “Spring Cup” International Tournament, held in the Romanian city of Ploiești, has been growing with every year and is now at its sixth edition. Over 100 gymnasts from 7 countries competed this year, with Romania’s top Rhythmic gymnast, Alexandra Piscupescu, headlining the meet. Here is a selection of photographs from this event, by …

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Denisa Mailat and Denisa Stoian dominate Hungary’s MTK Cup

Pre-Juniors Team Podium

Photo: Debrecen World Cup Facebook            The first stage of the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup is undergoing in Debrecen, Hungary, where some of the best senior and junior gymnasts of the moment have come together to compete. Although the World Cup is dedicated exclusively to seniors, juniors are competing at the “MTK Cup” International Tournament. …

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2013 Rhythmic Romanian Cup: photos and performances

Andreea Verdeș

Andreea Verdeș. Photo © Dan Mareș The 2013 Romanian Cup, one of the most important internal Rhythmic gymnastics competitions of the year, was held in Bucharest at the beginning of this month with the top six gymnasts in the country per category taking part. This time, the competition included a new event dedicated to the …

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Photos from the 2013 Romanian Rhythmic Nationals

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Here are some photos from the 2013 edition of the Romanian Rhythmic National Championship, held in Arad earlier this month. Photo © Dan Mareș

Piscupescu, Filiorianu and Mailat, Romania´s 2013 National Champions

Ana  Luiza Filiorianu

At the beginning of this month, Arad hosted the 2013 Romanian Rhythmic National Championship, a competition opened for both Senior and Junior gymnasts of the top two age categories: Junior I (13-15 year olds) and Junior II (11-12 year olds). All major clubs were present at this meet, with Olimpia Bucharest, Anghel Saligny Iași, CSM …

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“Pierre de Coubertin” program supports Romanian Rhythmic gymnastics

Ștefania Oltean

In what is left of this year, the best junior gymnasts will be given the chance to train in Bucharest in a camp financed by the Romanian Rhythmic Federation (FRGR) through the ˮPierre de Coubertin” program, coordinated by the Romanian Sports Ministry. The program, part of the European strategy for sport development, comes to support …

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Impressions from the Rhythmic Schools Nationals in Bistrița

Andreea Verdes

           The Northern city of Bistrița was taken over by Rhythmic gymnastics this past weekend! Representatives of clubs around the country met there to compete for the Schools National Championships’ medals. Although I could not follow the entire competition, I managed to be there for a couple of hours on Saturday to get the pulse …

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