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Russia Wins Three More Golds in Moscow
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Russia won three golds and two silvers Thursday at the rhythmic world championships in Moscow. Yevgenia Kanayeva, Daria Dmitriyeva, Daria Kondakova and Yana Lukonina won the team title for Russia.

Russia won three more golds and two silvers Thursday at the 2010 Rhythmic World Championships in Moscow.

The Russian team of Yevgenia Kanayeva, Daria Dmitriyeva, Daria Kondakova and Yana Lukonina captured the team title by more than 15 points. Belarus captured the silver medal, 269.700 to Russia's 284.925.

Aliya Garayeva led Azerbaijan to the bronze with 265.225.

The Russian gymnasts placed first and second again with both individual finals. Kanayeva, who won with the hoop on Wednesday, earned another individual title with the ball. Dmitriyeva was second, .050 behind.

Dmitriyeva won the ribbon final over Kondakova, 28.825-28.750

Garayeva picked up two more individual bronzes.

Competition continues Friday with the individual all-around competition. Kanayeva, the 2008 Olympic champion, is favored to defend her world all-around title.

External Link: Russian Rhythmic Gymnastics Federation

XXX Rhythmic World Championships
Sept. 20, 2010, Moscow

TeamRopeHoopBallRibbonTotal
1.Russia84.67584.75084.42585.675284.925
2.Belarus78.67581.47580.35079.200269.700
3.Azerbaijan78.82579.12578.92578.650265.225
4.Ukraine78.82577.32579.47578.300263.475
5.Israel74.37575.07576.75073.725256.675
6.Kazakhstan75.32575.90074.17573.200253.975
7.Bulgaria74.10075.15075.32575.025252.750
8.Poland74.45074.62573.20074.625250.950
9.Italy75.00072.70074.05074.200248.750
10.Austria74.40073.42573.55073.425248.625
11.Uzbekistan73.92573.40073.25069.575246.550
12.Korea71.95073.80071.65073.000243.875
13.Greece71.42571.22572.97573.400242.950
14.Spain72.05069.35076.15070.325242.875
15.United States70.12571.10073.00070.550241.250
16.China70.02571.57572.40067.550237.600
17.Hungary70.27568.87570.77567.700235.625
18.Mexico67.95071.52569.27569.825235.325
19.Australia67.67570.30069.20070.350235.000
20.Turkey68.47568.85070.07568.650232.525
21.Sweden67.90068.75068.35065.275228.025
22.Brazil67.75068.50067.60062.725227.075
23.Estonia68.27567.32569.05063.950226.150
24.Canada68.82564.95066.95067.250225.800
25.Great Britain63.67568.27567.72566.125224.725
26.Czech Republic68.82566.42563.77564.725223.875
27.Finland64.00068.15067.55064.625223.600
28.Latvia66.42565.25067.27566.075223.225
29.Egypt66.10066.00066.42566.200222.700
30.Slovenia64.72566.37566.77563.650222.075
31.Argentina61.75063.27565.20066.925217.250
32.Slovakia64.00064.87565.60062.350215.600
33.Norway64.42562.75061.17564.100212.325
34.Venezuela61.22562.70064.15061.700211.950
35.South Africa63.35063.37563.90060.025211.775
36.Thailand60.55061.85063.10058.550207.475
37.Armenia51.92550.15055.17548.375175.475
38.India45.50046.47549.85047.475159.200

Ball FinalD1D2D AVGArtExecNDScore
1.Yevgenia Kanayeva9.009.709.3509.7509.60028.700
2.Daria Dmitriyeva9.309.609.4509.7009.50028.650
3.Aliya Garayeva9.009.309.1509.2509.15027.550
4.Lyubov Cherkashina8.709.258.9759.3009.15027.425
5.Irina Risenson9.008.908.9509.0009.05027.000
6.Alina Maksymenko8.908.808.8509.1009.00026.950
7.Neta Rivkin8.508.908.7009.0009.05026.750
8.Silvia Miteva8.108.008.0508.7008.4500.424.800

Ribbon FinalD1D2D AVGArtExecNDScore
1.Daria Dmitriyeva9.809.509.6509.6759.50028.825
2.Daria Kondakova9.609.509.5509.6009.60028.750
3.Aliya Garayeva9.409.409.4009.3509.30028.050
4.Lyubov Cherkashina9.209.209.2009.2509.12527.575
5.Melitina Stanyuta8.809.209.0009.3509.20027.550
6.Silvia Miteva9.108.909.0009.0509.05027.100
7.Joanna Mitrosz8.908.908.9009.0008.95026.850
8.Alina Maksymenko8.808.708.7509.0258.90026.675

Comments (3)add comment

Tanya said:

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This sport has turned into a joke and should be removed from the Olympics. No country should be able to win every gold and silver at so many competitions. It's simply not possible. Shame on the FIG for allowing it to happen simply because they are afraid of Irina Viner, who is a billionaire with a mafioso husband.
 
September 23, 2010
Votes: -5

coco said:

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whats wrong with you Tanya
Do you even watch the sport . They are way ahead of the other teams. What do you want punish them cause they are better smilies/shocked.gifsmilies/tongue.gif
 
September 24, 2010
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Tanya said:

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Yes I watch the sport. Do YOU? I think you should go to an eye doctor if you think Russia deserves every gold and silver, every time.
 
September 24, 2010
Votes: -1

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