Famous gymnasts interviews
Injuries and surgeries are not the reasons to stop doing what you like! Jessica Dowling proves it!
Evgenia Kanaeva surprised everybody again (and it could not have been otherwise!) and become a Double Olympic Champion — first in Rhythmic Gymnastics history of Individuals
Probably, all the rhythmic gymnasts and coaches of the Earth have once asked themselves: "Oh, how. HOW does she do it?"
How to persuade a girl to go in for Rhythmic Gymnastics if «it hurts»
If there are too few prizes and slow progress
Conflicts between gymnast and coach
About fear, shyness and timidity
How long does it take to learn splits?
How to ease muscle pain?
Rhythmic Gymnastics, injuries and unpleasant health consequences
Does Rhythmic Gymnastics stop your growth?
This girl is present and future of Belorussian rhythmic gymnastics. Melitina Staniuta won “Bronze” at World Championship (All-Around) in 2012 at the age of 17. Then there were serious injury, return to the elite gymnastics, dozens of medals and London Olympiad. Melitina’s path is not paved with roses, but she never gives up as she believes the best will come.
Interview with the Silver medalist of XXX Olympic Games, Daria Dmitrieva, who had already tuned to the beat of RG competitions and got 5 golden medals at the Final Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix in Brno, Czech Republic.
Rhythmic gymnastics is not an easy kind of sport. Each gymnast has her own history. Leisan Utiasheva, 2002 Grand Prix Final All-around bronze medalist, shared the reminiscences about her complicated sport path. She didn't give up when she was so close to leave gymnastics forever. How did she manage to do that?
Opinions of several coaches about rhythmic gymnastics in different countries.
Amina Zaripova told about Margarita Mamun's preparations to the World Championship.