Aliya Mustafina

Russian gymnast Aliya Mustafina

}} Aliya Fargatovna Mustafina is a Russian artistic gymnast. In 2010, Aliya won a gold medal and was the all-around title winner at the World Gymnastics Championships in Rotterdam. She was the 2009 Russian national champion in the all around and on the balance beam.
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Biles wins all-around title at gymnastics World Championship
Houston Chronicle - over 4 years
Houston gymnast Simone Biles wins world championship By Raf Casert The Associated Press ANTWERP, Belgium (AP) — Sixteen-year-old Simone Biles of Spring made everyone forget the United States came to the world championships without the defending and Olympic champions, edging teammate Kyla Ross to win the all-around gold medal on Friday. Biles and Ross were close throughout the evening, with Ross matching Biles’ athleticism and power with grace and elegance, leaving it to the final floor exercise. Biles jumped, twisted and strutted, and it turned into a victory dance in front of the many thousands clapping to her music at the Sports Palace. Aliya Mustafina of Russia, the 2010 champion, took bronze. Biles also qualified for all four apparatus finals this weekend — the first female U.S. gymnast to do so since Shannon Miller in 1991. Defending champion Jordyn Wieber and Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas skipped the event. ...
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Spring’s Biles leads at world gymnastics championships
Houston Chronicle - over 4 years
Simone Biles Simone Biles performs on the floor, during the qualification round at the artistic gymnastics World Championships in Antwerp, Belgium, on Wednesday. (Yves Logghe/Associated Press) By Raf Casert The Associated Press ANTWERP, Belgium — Simone Biles of Spring used superb floor and vault exercises to sweep past U.S. teammate Kyla Ross Wednesday and take the provisional lead in all-around qualifying at the world gymnastics championships. Biles was the only gymnast to break the 60-point mark with 60.133, leaving overnight leader Ross well behind with 59.198 in second place overall. With only one of five qualifying groups left, Yao Jinnan of China was in third at 57.965. “She did an excellent job. She handled her temper and was aggressive,” U.S. coach Martha Karolyi said of Biles. “She even can do a better job.” Even though the top 24 go through and all start from scratch in the all-around, the wobbly perfo...
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Aly Raisman Goes For Gold on Floor Exercise: How Did She Do?
The Hollywood Gossip - over 5 years
Aly Raisman has ceded much of the attention to teammate Gabby Douglas at the London Olympics, but undoubtedly emerged as a star in her own right. The 18-year-old from Massachusetts hoped to secure not one, but two individual medals in the final day of gymnastics. Was she able to achieve that? Find out below ... She did! Raisman nailed her floor exercise routine to win the gold medal, scoring a 15.6 and easily topping silver medalist Catalina Ponor of Romania (15.2). Russia's Aliya Mustafina took the bronze (14.9). Jordyn Wieber was seventh. "It was the best routine I've ever done," Raisman said afterward. "My coach [Mihai Brestyan] said it was the best routine he'd ever seen me do." The floor exercise is her strongest event. Less expected was Aly Raisman's bronze medal not much more than an hour earlier in the balance beam. She initially finished fourth, but took the bronze after winning an appeal with the judges and then a tiebreaker with Ponor. Congratulations, A...
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Perseverance pays off for Mustafina, Tweddle
Fox News - over 5 years
There had to be times when Russian gymnast Aliya Mustafina wondered if it was no longer worth it.A left knee injury suffered during the spring of last year prevented her from defending her all-around title at the 2011 World Championships and the London Games weren't shaping up to be as successful as she had hoped
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Mustafina wins bars gold; Douglas finishes last
CNN - over 5 years
All-around champion Gabby Douglas' quest for a third gold medal in London fell short. She finished in eighth place in the individual uneven bars. Russia's Aliya Mustafina earned the gold.
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Mustafina upsets favorites to win bars gold
Reuters.com - over 5 years
LONDON (Reuters) - Aliya Mustafina upset the favorites by taking the gold medal on the asymmetric bars in the gymnastics apparatus finals at the London Olympics on Monday after all-around champion Gabby Douglas fluffed her routine.
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Quinn Cohane: More Gold on the Way: Previewing the Event Finals for the U.S. Gymnasts
Huffington Post Sports - over 5 years
The U.S. gymnastics teams are having an unbelievable run in London. The women won team gold, and Gabby Douglas picked up an all-around gold medal. The men qualified first for the team finals, and though they failed to capitalize on it, Dannell Leyva came back and won an all-around bronze for Team USA. The final medals for artistic gymnastics will be awarded in the individual event competitions. Men's floor exercise, men's pommel horse, and women's vault will be decided on August 5, men's rings, men's vault, and women's uneven bars on August 6, and men's parallel bars, men's horizontal bar, women's balance beam, and women's floor exercise on August 7. All of the U.S. gymnasts except John Orozco and Kyla Ross will compete in at least one event final. While some are easily expected to win, other members of the U.S. squad could fight their way onto the podium. Men's Events One of the best events to watch will be men's high bar, filled with plenty of crowd-pleasing release ...
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Olympics 2012: The eyes of the athletes
The Sacramento Bee - over 5 years
As the English poet George Herbert said, "the eyes have one language everywhere." (18 images) Follow @sacbee_theframe Japan's Kasumi Ishikawa looks to take a shot against Poland's Qian Li during the fourth round of a women's table tennis match at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Monday, July 30, 2012, in London. AP / Sergei Grits MORE IMAGES Croatia's Cornelia Molnar keeps her eyes on the ball as she takes a shot against USA's Lily Zhang during a table tennis preliminary round match at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Saturday, July 28, 2012, in London. AP / Sergei Grits China's Jiao Liuyang competes to win gold in the women's 200-meter butterfly swimming final at the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012. AP / Michael Sohn ...
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Difficulty score throwdown: Viktoria Komova vs. Jordyn Wieber - Universal Sports (blog)
Google News - over 6 years
Around this time last year, Rebecca Bross squared off against Aliya Mustafina for world domination. This year is going to be different. With Bross and Mustafina both out for the season after sustaining
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    TWENTIES
  • 2016
    Age 21
    On August 7, Mustafina competed in the qualifications at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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    At the end of March, Mustafina was reportedly in a hospital after experiencing back pain. On April 6, she came back to competition at the 2016 Russian Championships in Penza.
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    At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Mustafina became the first female gymnast since Simona Amanar to win back to back all-around medals in two consecutive Olympics.
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  • 2015
    Age 20
    Despite scratching event finals to work with a physiotherapist in Moscow, she was named to the provisional Olympic team for Russia along with first year senior and Russia Cup champion Angelina Melnikova, and 2015 worlds team member Seda Tutkhalyan and 2015 world champions Maria Paseka and Daria Spiridonova.
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    To allow her body to recover from injuries and stress, Mustafina did not compete at the 2015 Russian Championships and the 2015 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships and returned to competition at the 2015 European Games in Baku in June with Viktoria Komova and Seda Tutkhalyan, leading the women to place first.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2014
    Age 19
    As of December 2014 she will be coached by Sergei Starkin, who coached world champion Denis Ablyazin, after competing two seasons without a coach.
    With her wins in the 2014 World Championships, she has become the 9th most decorated female artistic gymnast at the World Championships of all time with a total of 11 medals.
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    In the qualifying round at the 2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Nanning, China, Mustafina contributed scores of a 14.900 on vault, 15.166 on the uneven bars, 14.308 on the balance beam (having some problems with connections) and 14.500 on the floor exercise to the all-around total of a 58.874.
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    At the end of the meet, she was selected, along Maria Paseka, Maria Kharenkova, Daria Spiridonova, Alla Sosnitskaya and Ekaterina Kramarenko to represent Russia at the 2014 World Championships.
    In May, hampered by an ankle injury, she competed at the 2014 European Women's Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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    Mustafina began her 2014 competitive season on April 3 by successfully defending the her Russian national all-around title with scores of 14.733 with a double-twisting Yurchenko vault, 14.333 on uneven bars, 15.400 on balance beam, and 15.100 on floor exercise.
  • 2013
    Age 18
    Her best event is the uneven bars, where she displays a high level of difficulty and originality, and her weakest is the balance beam, despite earning the World Championship title on it in 2013 and the European Championship title on it in 2016.
    In her last competition of 2013, Mustafina helped her team finish second at the Stuttgart World Cup by contributing on balance beam.
    In October, just after turning 19, Mustafina competed at the 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp, Belgium.
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    In July, Mustafina competed at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia, alongside teammates Ksenia Afanasyeva, Maria Paseka, Tatiana Nabieva and Anna Dementyeva.
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    At the 2013 European Championships in Moscow, Mustafina had a rough start in qualifications, falling twice off the balance beam and qualifying 4th in All-Around with a score of 56.057.
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    At the 2013 Russian National Championships, Mustafina successfully defended her All-Around title with a score of 59.850.
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  • 2012
    Age 17
    On August 15, 2012, Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded Mustafina the Order of Friendship at a special ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow for her achievements at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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    On August 7, 2012, the Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov congratulated Aliya following the Olympic success.
    At the end of July, Mustafina competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom.
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    Mustafina represented Russia at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she was the most decorated gymnast (and athlete in general, save for swimmers), male or female, having won four medals including the silver in the team all-around, the bronze in the individual all-around final, the gold in the uneven bars final, and the bronze in the floor final.
    She is also the 2012 Olympic uneven bars champion, and individual all-around and floor bronze medalist, the 2013 World balance beam champion, the 2013 European champion in the all-around and on the uneven bars and 2016 European champion on the balance beam.
  • 2010
    Age 15
    When asked about being compared with the former Russian gymnast and Olympic gold medalist Svetlana Khorkina following her success at the 2010 World Championships, Mustafina said, "I have no idols and never have.
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    She is the 2010 World individual all-around champion, the 2015 European Games individual all-around and uneven bars champion, and the 2013 Universiade individual all-around and uneven bars champion.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1994
    Born
    Born on September 30, 1994.
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