loreen euphoria

Eurovision and gymnastics (Part 1)

I’ve always loved the Eurovision Song Contest (even though I dislike 90% of the songs…) and I’m always happy when I hear a song from it being used in gymnastics.  I’ve decided to compile a list of some of the “ESC” routines that I could think of.

Eurovision is more popular with RG gymnasts but several songs have found their way to AG. The most famous one is probably Wild Dances by Ruslana (who won the contest in 2004) used by Jordyn Wieber in 2011/2012.


Jordyn Wieber (USA) 2011/2012

Sam Peszek (USA) 2007

Kim Janas (Germany) 2011

Lara Omahen (Slovenia) 2015/2016

Bulgaria Balls/Ribbons 2013

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2012 || 2016: Eurovision Song Contest Winners in five years

2012: Sweden → Loreen (Euphoria)
2013: Denmark → Emmelie De Forest (Only Teardrops)
2014: Austria → Conchita Wurst (Rise Like A Phoenix)
2015: Sweden → Måns Zelmerlöw (Heroes)
2016: Ukraine → Jamala (1944)

url game :D

Rules: Spell your url with song titles (only using each artist once) and tag ten people.
I was tagged by @northrn

P - Perfect Illusion - Lady Gaga

L - Llwytha’r Gwn - Candelas (Iconic Welsh Rock song tbh)

A - Another One Bites the Dust - Queen

I - I Will Always Love You - Dolly Parton (This is my favourite version tbh i love it way more than Whitney’s cover)

N - Night 52 - Christine & The Queens

W - Wild Horses - Birdy

H - How to Save a Life - The Fray

I - I Adore You - Adore Delano

T - Truce - Twenty One Pilots

E - Every Tear is a Waterfall - Coldplay

B - Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis

E - EVERYTIME WE TOUCH - Cascada :)

E - Euphoria - Loreen

S - Slipping Through My Fingers - ABBA

I tag: @shingekihowell @isitpepeorpepe @ana-thinks-and-stuff @treble-clefable

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Eurovision Song Contest Swedish winners

1. Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes (Vienna, Austria 2015)

2. Loreen - Euphoria (Baku, Azerbeijan 2012)

3. Charlotte Nilsson - Take Me To Your Heaven (Jerusalem, Israel 1999)

4. Carola - Fångad av en Stormwind (Rome, Italy 1991)

5. Herreys - Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley (Luxembourg, Luxembourg 1984)

6. ABBA - Waterloo (Brighton, United Kingdom 1974)