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Facts about international rhythmic gymnastics tournament Luxembourg Trophy

 

2018
Guest of Honor Margarita Mamun, Olympic Champion (Rio 2016), 7-time World champion (2013,2014,
2015), 4-time European champion (2013,2015), multiple times winner and medalist of World Cups &
Grand Prix events.Thanks to Marc & Barny for covering this event, you can find the impressions on Marc’s youtube channel
from the competition as well as from unforgettable master class held by Margarita Mamun.
Impressions from Rita’s master class. Play list with performances of junior & senior FIG gymnasts
The 6 th edition of Luxembourg Trophy welcomed participants from more than 30 countries and included
national team members from Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Republic of
Moldova, Portugal, Russia & San Marino. Such a diversity guaranteed for the great show for the
spectators! All around title went to Ekaterina Vedeneeva, followed by Anastasiia Guzenkova (silver) and Irina
Annenkova (bronze). Top 3 senior gymnasts  Same as in 2016, the event format presumed team ranking of junior FIG participants. The gold went to Italy, silver to Portugal and bronze to the Russian Federation. Top 3 junior gymnasts
The video of Sofia Raffaeli, silver medalist in finals by apparatus in 1 st Junior World championships with
rope & clubs, performing at Luxembourg Trophy 2018 can be seen here.

2017

Guest of honor of 5 th edition of Luxembourg Trophy was Elizaveta Nazarenkova (UZB), who was the
winner of the first edition in senior category. Ekaterina Vedeneeva won the all around competition in category senior FIG, followed very closely by Ekaterina Selezneva, who was awarded silver medal.
Gold medal in finals by apparatus was awarded to Ekaterina Vedeneeva for exercise with hoop, ball &
clubs, whereas Ekaterina Selezneva won the finals by apparatus in exercise with ribbon.
The all around title in category Junior FIG went to Daria Pridannikova, who also was awarded gold in
finals by apparatus in exercise with hoop. Polina Orlova won the finals by apparatus in exercise with ball.
Gold medal in finals with clubs went to Anastasiia Borisova and for ribbon to Elizaveta Pronina.
Sofia Nikeeva – winner of category birth year 2005
Sofia Pogorelova - winner of category birth year 2006
Junior national teams in group exercises from Russia, Georgia, Germany & Netherlands demonstrated
their mastery. The gold medal went to the German team, silver to the Russian group and Bronze medal
was awarded to Giorgia.


2016
4 th edition of Luxembourg Trophy had a great success with close to 250 participants from various
continents. Alexandra Soldatova, number 3 in race towards the Olympics that year, presented to the
enchanted public her routines out of competition. Diana Ibragimova - gold all around medalist in category senior FIG
The event format presented the junior team ranking as well as finals by apparatus for junior FIG
category. Team of Russia was declared the winner followed by team of Luxembourg represented by Elizaveta
Iampolsakaia & Elena Smirnova, whereas Ireland was awarded the bronze medal.
Anastasiia Sergeeva – gold medalist of finals by apparatus in category junior FIG with rope
Kristina Kemelova - gold medalist of finals by apparatus in category junior FIG with hoop & ball
Anastasiia Susha - gold medalist of finals by apparatus in category junior FIG with clubs
Elizaveta Iampolskaia – silver medalist of finals by apparatus in category junior FIG with rope, hoop, ball
and clubs National team representatives of Norway, Ireland, San Marino, Lithuania and Russia were amongst
competitors this year.

Lala Kramarenko – winner of category birth year 2004
Amina Khaldarova – 4 th result in all around of category birth year 2004
Sofia Nikeeva – winner of category birth year 2005
Veronika Reshetova – 4 th result in all around category birth year 2005

 

2015
The 3 rd edition of Luxembourg Trophy was homologated for the first time by FIG, thus attracting
participants from more than 20 countries. Veronika Polyakova – winner of all around in category senior FIG, as well as of finals by apparatus (hoop, ball, clubs, ribbon) Ksenia Babakekhyan – winner of all around in category junior FIG, as well as of final by apparatus (rope, hoop, ball, clubs)
Polina Shmakto – winner of category birth year 2003
Elizaveta Iampolskaia – 4 th result in all around category 2003 birth year
Amina Khaldarova – silver medalist of category birth year 2004
Katrin Tsoneva – bronze medalist of category birth year 2004
Lala Kramarenko – winner of category birth year 2004
Amina Khaldarova – silver medalist of category birth year 2004
Katrin Tsoneva – bronze medalist of category birth year 2004
Sofia Nikeeva – winner of category birth year 2005
Veronika Reshetova – silver medalist of category birth year 2005

 

2014
After the success of the first event, the 2 nd edition of Luxembourg Trophy international rhythmic
gymnastics tournament attracted no less participants than in prior year.
Polina Shmatko – winner of category birth year 2003
Elizaveta Iampolskaia – 5 th all around radula in category birth year 2003
Amina Khaldarova – winner of category birth year 2004
Lala Kramarenko – silver medalist of category birth year 2004
Dina Averina - winner of Senior category
Arina Averina – silver medalist of Senior category

Junior national team of Russia was the all around winner in respective category.
 

2013
First edition of Luxembourg Trophy tournament took part just a year after the foundation of Rythmo-
cats rhythmic gymnastics club. It welcomed around 200 participants from 14 countries, amongst which
you’ll find familiar and well know names:
Elizaveta Nazarenkova – winner of Senior category
Yulia Bravikova – winner of junior category
Polina Shmatko – winner of 2003 birth year category
Elizaveta Iampolskaia – bronze medalist of 2003 birth year category
Lala Kramarenko – winner of 2004 birth year category

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