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Date: 2 February 2005
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The only Olympic sport, which was born originally in Russia, will celebrate its anniversary at the historic Mariinsky Theatre.
Russia is the birthplace of rhythmic gymnastics. This is our gift to the Olympic Movement. Similar to what football is to the British, and ice hockey to the Canadians, Russian rhythmic gymnastics is a matter of national pride.
On 15 February 2015, at the home of rhythmic gymnastics – St. Petersburg, a gala show will take place. Continue reading
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Victories of our rhythmic gymnasts on various championships attract big number of children to sports. The names of the gymnasts raised up by Vera Shtelbaums are known not only by the followers of the rhythmic gymnastics but also by the people who are not interested in this sport. Nowadays Vera Shtelbaums has been coaching a new candidate for high achievements – Maria Titova. Although Masha is not from Omsk, she is quite capable of continuing the triumph of Russian gymnasts on the world arena.
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The award is presented by the Ministry of sports. The famous coach from Omsk Vera Shtelbaums is one of the finalists nominated for the National award in 2014.
Every year the Ministry of sports determines the winners of the award in sports. Continue reading
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Vera Shtelbaums, the Coach of the two-time Olympic Champion Evgenia Kanaeva, tells about her favorite student soon becoming a mother and about the hegemony of the Russians in Rhythmic Gymnastics.
The first yearly Grand Prix in Rhythmic Gymnastics has started in Moscow and collected the strongest representatives of this sport. As usual, at the first start of the season, the girls are trying their new routines. The Honored Coach of Russia Vera Shtelbaums, personal coach of a silver medalist of Athens Irina Chaschina and the only two-time Olympic Champion Evgenia Kanaeva, shares her impressions on the traditional spring competitions.
– You were smiling while watching the performance of the girl from South Africa. Are the horizons of the Rhythmic Gymnastics expanded?
– Of course! And it is very nice that every year new faces appear and more and more countries become a part of Rhythmic World. Continue reading