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Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships

 

Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships

The Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships are the European championships for the sport of European Union of Gymnastics.

Contents

  • Editions 1
  • Medalists 2
    • Individual All-Around 2.1
    • Group All-Around 2.2
  • All-around medals by country 3
  • All-time medal table 4
  • External links 5

Editions

Year Games Host City Country
1978 I Madrid  Spain
1980 II Amsterdam  Netherlands
1982 III Stavanger  Norway
1984 IV Vienna  Austria
1986 V Florence  Italy
1988 VI Helsinki  Finland
1990 VII Gothenburg  Sweden
1992 VIII Stuttgart  Germany
1993 IX Bucharest  Romania
1994 X Thessalonika  Greece
1995 XI Prague  Czech Republic
1996 XII Asker  Norway
1997 XIII Patras  Greece
1998 XIV Porto  Portugal
1999 XV Budapest  Hungary
2000 XVI Zaragoza  Spain
2001 XVII Geneva   Switzerland
2002 XVIII Granada  Spain
2003 XIX Riesa  Germany
2004 XX Kiev  Ukraine
2005 XXI Moscow  Russia
2006 XXII Moscow  Russia
2007 XXIII Baku  Azerbaijan
2008 XXIV Turin  Italy
2009 XXV Baku  Azerbaijan
2010 XXVI Bremen  Germany
2011 XXVII Minsk  Belarus
2012 XXVIII Nizhny Novgorod  Russia
2013 XXIX Vienna  Austria
2014 XXX Baku  Azerbaijan
2015 XXXI Minsk  Belarus
2016 XXXII Holon  Israel
2017 XXXIII Budapest  Hungary

Medalists

Individual All-Around

Individual All-Around Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Madrid, Spain Galima Shugurova Irina Deriugina Susana Mendizábal
1980 Amsterdam, Netherlands Iliana Raeva Lilia Ignatova Inessa Lisovskaya
1982 Stavanger, Norway Dalia Kutkaitė
Anelia Ralenkova
None awarded Iliana Raeva
1984 Vienna, Austria Galina Beloglazova
Anelia Ralenkova
None awarded Diliana Guerguieva
1986 Florence, Italy Lilia Ignatova
Bianka Panova
None awarded Galina Beloglazova
1988 Helsinki, Finland Adriana Dunavska
Elizabeth Koleva
Olexandra Tymoshenko
None awarded None awarded
1990 Sweden Julia Baicheva
Olexandra Tymoshenko
None awarded Oksana Skaldina
1992 Stuttgart, Germany Maria Petrova Olexandra Tymoshenko Oxana Kostina
1994 Thessalonika, Greece Maria Petrova Olena Vitrichenko Amina Zaripova
1996 Asker, Norway Ekaterina Serebrianskaya Yanina Batyrchina Amina Zaripova
1997 Patras, Greece Olena Vitrichenko Tatiana Ogrizko Ekaterina Serebrianskaya
1998 Porto, Portugal Alina Kabaeva Evgenia Pavlina Yanina Batyrchina
1999 Budapest, Hungary Alina Kabaeva Yulia Raskina Eva Serrano
2000 Zaragoza, Spain Alina Kabaeva Yulia Raskina Yulia Barsoukova
2002 Granada, Spain Alina Kabaeva Tamara Yerofeeva Anna Bessonova
2004 Kiev, Ukraine Alina Kabaeva Anna Bessonova Irina Tchachina
2006 Moscow, Russia Vera Sessina Alina Kabaeva Anna Bessonova
2008 Turin, Italy Yevgeniya Kanayeva Anna Bessonova Olga Kapranova
2010 Bremen, Germany Yevgeniya Kanayeva Daria Kondakova Aliya Garayeva
2012 Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Yevgeniya Kanayeva Alexandra Merkulova Aliya Garayeva
2014 Baku, Azerbaijan Yana Kudryavtseva Melitina Staniouta Ganna Rizatdinova

Group All-Around

Group All-Around Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Madrid, Spain Bulgaria Soviet Union Czechoslovakia
1980 Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Soviet Union Czechoslovakia
1982 Stavanger, Norway Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia
1984 Vienna, Austria Bulgaria Soviet Union Spain
1986 Florence, Italy Bulgaria Soviet Union Spain
1988 Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Soviet Union Hungary
1990 Sweden Bulgaria Soviet Union Spain
1992 Stuttgart, Germany Russia
Spain
None awarded Hungary
1993 Bucharest, Romania Russia Bulgaria Spain
1995 Prague, Czech Republic Russia Bulgaria Spain
1997 Patras, Greece Russia Greece Ukraine
1999 Budapest, Hungary Greece Russia Belarus
2001 Geneva, Switzerland Russia Greece Belarus
2003 Riesa, Germany Russia Bulgaria Italy
2006 Moscow, Russia Russia Italy Belarus
2008 Turin, Italy Russia Belarus Italy
2010 Bremen, Germany Russia Italy Belarus
2012 Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Russia Belarus Italy
2014 Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Italy Israel

All-around medals by country

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 18 5 7 30
2  Bulgaria 16 5 2 23
3  Soviet Union 6 7 3 16
4  Ukraine 2 5 5 12
5  Greece 1 2 0 3
6  Spain 1 0 6 7
7  Belarus 0 1 3 4
8  Italy 0 3 3 6
9  Czechoslovakia 0 0 3 3
10  Azerbaijan 0 0 2 2
 Hungary 0 0 2 2
12  France 0 0 1 1
 Israel 0 0 1 1

All-time medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 85 36 22 143
2  Bulgaria 44 20 33 97
3  Ukraine 30 31 27 88
4  Soviet Union 26 18 12 56
5  Belarus 9 26 27 62
6  Greece 1 6 2 9
7  France 1 4 3 8
8  Spain 1 1 8 10
9  Azerbaijan 1 1 5 7
10  Italy 0 5 10 15
11  Czechoslovakia 0 1 4 5
12  Israel 0 1 1 2
13  Hungary 0 0 2 2
14  Germany 0 0 1 1
 Romania 0 0 1 1
 West Germany 0 0 1 1

External links

  • European Union of Gymnastics
  • European Rhythmic Timeline
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