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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Valery Vladimirovich Belenky is a retired Soviet/Azerbaijani/German artistic gymnast who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics and in the 1996 Summer Olympics. He was born in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR. He competed for the Soviet Union/Unified Team until 1992 when this federation was disbanded following the break up of the Soviet Union. Belenky''s greatest achievements are the team gold and all around bronze he won with the Unified Team in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. Belenky also won gold in the pommel horse event at the 1991 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, where he competed for the USSR.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lisa Wang (born September 24, 1988 in Madison, Wisconsin) is a nationally and internationally ranked rhythmic gymnast. She began rhythmic gymnastics training in 1998, when she was ten years old. In 2000, Wang became a part of the National Team. In 2001, She claimed her first Junior National Championship at the Visa National Championships. Since then, Wang has achieved numerous titles including. 3-time Senior National Champion in 2006, 2007, and 2008. 3-time World Championships Team Member in 2003, 2005, and 2007. 3-time National Rhythmic Challenge Champion.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sabina Carolina Cojocar (born October 23, 1985, Sibiu, Romania) is a retired international elite gymnast from Romania as well as a singer. She won a gold medal with the team at the 2001 World Championships and the 2000 all around European junior title.Cojocar began gymnastics at the age of 3 , though she told her coach she was five. She made her international debut at the age of fourteen at the 2000 Junior European Championships in Paris, France, placing second with her team and winning the all-around title. She was touted as the new leader of the young Romanian team and quickly drew international attention, appearing on the cover of International Gymnast magazine.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yana Demyanchuk is a Ukrainian Artistic Gymnast who won gold on Beam at the 2009 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships. This was Yana's first major international competition and her immediate impact has revitalised the Ukrainian team ahead of the 2009 World Championships. She also qualified to the All Around Final, where she placed 12th. Demyanchuk started gymnastics at 6 years of age at the insistence of her father. According to her words, she wants to be like Alina Kozich. Initially, she trained in Ivano-Frankivsk and later at the Republic Higher School of Physical Education in Kiev. Yana is a big fan of popular Ukrainian singer Tina Karol, using her song "Pupsik" as her floor music. Yana likes to listen to Britney Spears and lots of foreign music. She also likes the group Encore. Yana likes to draw and paint as well. She speaks mostly Russian and Ukrainian but knows some English.
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The Iowa Hawkeyes are the athletics teams that represent the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. The Hawkeyes have varsity teams in 24 sports, 11 for men and 13 for women. The teams participate in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and are members of the Big Ten Conference. Currently, the school's athletic director is Gary Barta. Historically, Iowa has been very successful in wrestling, with 32 Big Ten championships and 21 national championships. The Hawkeyes have also won national championships in three other sports: men's gymnastics, football and field hockey. In basketball, Iowa has reached the Final Four on four occasions. The men's team has done this three times, most recently in 1980, while the women's team has done it once, in 1993. The baseball team has reached the College World Series once, in 1972. Iowa's softball team has played in the Women's College World Series on four occasions, most recently in 2001.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yang Tae-Young (born July 8, 1980, Seoul) is a South Korean 2004 Olympic medalist in artistic gymnastics. Yang made his World Gymnastics Championships debut in 2001, competing with the eighth-place South Korean team in Ghent. He also participated in the 2003 Worlds in Anaheim, where he helped the Korean squad qualify a full team to the 2004 Olympics with a twelfth-place finish. Yang also competed in the all-around final in Anaheim, placing twelfth. At the 2004 Olympics, Yang contributed to the Korean team's fourth place finish, placed tenth on high bar, and won a bronze medal in the all-around. He won a bronze medal at the team event in the 2006 Asian Games. Yang is perhaps best known for being one of the athletes involved in a major judging scandal at the 2004 Olympics. In the all-around, Yang finished third, behind his teammate Kim Dae-Eun and American Paul Hamm.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Roland Brückner (born in Köthen, Saxony-Anhalt on December 14th, 1955) is a multichampion in gymnastics, who won many titles of the world, in his era and competed for the SC Dynamo Berlin/ Sportvereinigung (SV) Dynamo. He is still now a trainer in Switzerland by the NKL Liestal with Maxi Gnauck. Maxi Gnauck (born October 10, 1964 in Berlin, East Germany) is a retired Artistic Gymnast. With a total of 27 medals at the Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cups, and European Championships she is considered one of the most successful woman gymnast that Germany has ever produced.