can’t get over this olympic games…
can’t stop thinking about yana’s amazing emotional strength and maturity, and her beautiful ribbon routine.
can’t get over rita’s surprised reaction, she just didn’t believe it could happen.
can’t get over the amazing friendship and support of RIANA. rita was really sad for yana, and yana was really happy for rita.
can’t get over ganna winning the medal she waited four years for, and the happines of ireesha.
can’t get over the heartbreak of melitina.
can’t get over sali’s injurie, seeing the pain on her face during her amazing clubs routine, and then crying with her trainer.
can’t get over the beautiful international friendships.
it seems like it all was just a dream…
never enough crystal on a leo, never enough kakalin remixes. We get all the golds and we revolutionized RG!! No! no doping, corruption, Gazprom money or BFF Putin, why do you ask ? 5 points penalty !!!
Why do you need apparatus difficulty when you have Deriugina legs™
how many cossack pivot variations does it take to be acknowledged and rewarded ?
uumm that's a nice gymnast you have here, how much ? INQUIRY. Yeah I like to almost choke my gymnasts to death before they perform to remember them I'm a good coach
PARTy music, now you dance!! what do you mean the qualification rules for Rio changed ?
*still does 6 illusions in a row after 18 olympics* now show me your expressive fierce flamenco face
*owes Russia 100K*
We're coming for you medals next quad
SALOME, you'll get heating in your gym when you achieve results *medals at european games and Grand Prix, top 5 in the world* WHaT now you want a physiotherapist ?
South Africa :
No Grace, you didn't deserve to go to the Olympics
August 30th 2013: Yana Kudryavtseva from Russia becomes the youngest world all-around champion ever at 15 y/o, Ganna Rizatdinova from Ukraine and Melitina Staniouta from Belarus complete the podium. Showcasing a very delicate gymnastics with a rare virtuosity in her apparatus work, Yana manages to display nerves of steel throughout the entire competition, hitting her ribbon routine in th all-around despite technical problems with the music. The contrast between her delicate frame and her ability to keep a level head in stressful situations eventually lead people to nickname her “the angel with iron wings”.
SORRY TO SUDDENLY BARGE INTO YOUR ASK WITH RANDOM QUESTIONS but i'm interested in watching rhythmic gymnastics in rio and was wondering where i could find a rundown on the gymnasts competing there? like, who to watch for and recommended routines, etc. i think i can figure out basic scoring stuff but i'd like to know more about the athletes! i've always thought RG was really cool but i know even less about it than AG, haha.
actually always excited about such questions! So here are the gymnasts of the 2016 Olympics (don’t know if you have time to watch all this, but RG routines are pretty short, so… =D):
Yana Kudryavtseva (Russia)
She’s the favourite to win gold. Basically, she’s been dominating the whole quad. Was not at her best this year after suffering a foot injury, but still managed to win almost everything when it mattered.
Most known for her ball work (I, personally, like her clubs more though) and consistency.
Also she’s quite a reserved gymnast, when it comes to expression.
Routines to watch(don’t know if you wanted to watch the ones from this year, since you’ll see them at the Olympics anyway, but I’ll put some just in case):ball 2013, clubs 2015, clubs 2016, ball 2016.