Russia women's national gymnastics team

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Russia women's national gymnastics team
Continental union European Union of Gymnastics
National federation Artistic Gymnastics Federation of Russia
Olympic Games
Appearances6
Medals Gold medal.svg Gold: 2020
Silver medal.svg Silver: 1996, 2000, 2012, 2016
Bronze medal.svg Bronze: 2004
World Championships
Appearances11
Medals Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold: 2010
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver: 1997, 1999, 2001, 2011, 2018, 2019
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze: 1994, 2006, 2014
Junior World Championships
Appearances1
Medals Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold: 2019

The Russia women's national artistic gymnastics team represents Russia in FIG international competitions.

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History

At the Olympic Games, Russia has made seven appearances in the women's team competition and won six medals, [1] including a gold in 2020. [2] Russia has also participated in the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships women's team competition eleven times, winning ten medals.

2021 senior roster

NameBirthdate and ageDistrict represented
Anastasia Agafonova 4 August 2003 (age 18) Central Federal District
Lilia Akhaimova 17 March 1997 (age 24) Saint Petersburg
Daria Belousova 10 December 2003 (age 17)Volga Federal District
Elena Gerasimova 21 June 2004 (age 17) Volga Federal District
Anastasia Ilyankova 12 January 2001 (age 20) Siberian Federal District
Viktoria Listunova 2 May 2005 (age 16)Central Federal District
Angelina Melnikova (captain)18 July 2000 (age 21) Central Federal District
Maria Minaeva 19 April 2005 (age 16)Volga Federal District
Uliana Perebinosova 4 May 2001 (age 20)Central Federal District
Alexandra Schekoldina 11 July 2002 (age 19) Ural Federal District
Arina Semukhina 28 October 2005 (age 15) Siberian Federal District
Angelina Simakova 26 August 2002 (age 19) Moscow
Vladislava Urazova 14 August 2004 (age 17) Southern Federal District
Yana Vorona 28 December 2004 (age 16) Central Federal District

Team competition results

Olympic Games

World Championships

European Games

Junior World Championships

Most decorated gymnasts

This list includes all Russian female artistic gymnasts who have won at least four medals at the Olympic Games and the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships combined.

RankGymnastYearsTeamAA VT UB BB FX Olympic Total World TotalTotal
1 Svetlana Khorkina 1994–2004 Silver medal olympic.svg 1996
Silver medal olympic.svg 2000
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2004
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1994
Silver medal olympic.svg 2004
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2003
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1995
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1994
Gold medal olympic.svg 1996
Gold medal olympic.svg 2000
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1995
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1996
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1994
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1997 Silver medal olympic.svg 2000
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2001
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2 Aliya Mustafina 2010–2018 Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Silver medal olympic.svg 2016
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2018
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2014
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2012
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2016
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2013
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2010 Gold medal olympic.svg 2012
Gold medal olympic.svg 2016
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2013
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2013
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2014
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2012
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2014
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3 Elena Zamolodchikova 1999–2006 Silver medal olympic.svg 2000
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2004
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2006
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1999 Gold medal olympic.svg 2000
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2002
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2003
Gold medal olympic.svg 2000 4711
4 Angelina Melnikova 2016–2021 Gold medal olympic.svg 2020
Silver medal olympic.svg 2016
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2018
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2019
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2020
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2019
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2020
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2019
448
5 Maria Paseka 2012–2019 Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Silver medal olympic.svg 2016
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2019
Silver medal olympic.svg 2016
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2012
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2015
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2017
437
6 Viktoria Komova 2011–2015 Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2015
246
7 Dina Kochetkova 1994–1996 Silver medal olympic.svg 1996
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1994
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1994 Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1994 Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1996 Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1994 156
8 Daria Spiridonova 2014–2019 Silver medal olympic.svg 2016
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2018
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2019
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2014
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2015
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2014
156
9 Yelena Produnova 1997–2000 Silver medal olympic.svg 2000
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1997 Bronze medal olympic.svg 2000 Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1997 246
10 Ksenia Afanasyeva 2010–2015 Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2015
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11 Ludmila Ezhova 2001–2004 Bronze medal olympic.svg 2004
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2002 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2002
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12 Tatiana Nabieva 2010–2014 Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2014
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011 044
13 Natalia Ziganshina 2001–2004 Bronze medal olympic.svg 2004
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2001
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2001 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2002 134
14 Yekaterina Lobaznyuk 1999–2000 Silver medal olympic.svg 2000
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1999
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2000 Silver medal olympic.svg 2000 314

Best international results

EventTFAAVTUBBBFX
Olympic Games Gold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svg
World Championships Gold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svg
European Games Gold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svg
European Championships Gold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svg
Youth Olympics N/AGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svg
Junior World Championships Gold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svg
Universiade Gold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svg

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References

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  2. "ROC wins women's team gold medal, ending Team USA's decade long reign". International Olympic Committee . July 27, 2021.