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Dina and Arina Averina - titled Russian gymnasts - after the 2018 World Cup dreamed of meeting with the players of the national team. At the team gathering, Anton and Alexey Miranchuki met with the sisters and shared their ball handling skills. It turned out to be a meeting of twins! About how it was - in the plot of RFU TV. __
The Tokyo Olympics have already ended, but the controversy surrounding the result of the individual all-around competition in rhythmic gymnastics is still ongoing. Russian athlete Dina Averina became the second in the individual all-around in rhythmic gymnastics at the last Olympic Games in Tokyo 2021. The Ashram, in the direction of Dina Averina, was answered by Honored Coach of the Russian national rhythmic gymnastics team Irina Viner-Usmanova.
The gold was given to the representative of Israel, Lina Ashram, who dropped the ribbon during the final performance. Coach Linoy Ashram remained silent for a long time, but decided to speak up. She said that the Russians simply could not lose with dignity and are still sensitive to this situation. After such a statement by trainer Lina Ashram, in the direction of Dina Averina, the honored trainer of the Russian national rhythmic gymnastics team Irina Viner-Usmanova answered her.
The International Gymnastics Federation officially dismissed on Thursday any allegations of unfair or impartial judging of rhythmic gymnastics earlier this month at the Tokyo Olympics, where Israel’s Linoy Ashram took home a gold medal and ended years of Russian hegemony in the sport.
“We can confirm that no bias or irregularities were identified in the judging panels,” said the organization, known as FIG, the abbreviation of its French name.
Ashram won gold at the individual all-around rhythmic gymnastics final, edging out Russian Dina Averina, who was a favorite to win. Averina — competing as part of the Russian Olympic Committee, which doesn’t technically represent Russia, since Russia was banned from the Olympics over doping allegations — and other Russian gymnastics officials lashed out at the judging following the event.
“I don’t feel that it was fair today and it was obvious from the very first apparatus when… I got a lower score, so I can’t say that it was very fair,” Averina told reporters shortly after the finals. The president of the Russian Olympic Committee announced it would seek a probe into the judging process after the result.
In its statement on Thursday, FIG said it conducted “a thorough post-competition review of all evaluation components in every phase of the Rhythmic Gymnastics competitions at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games” and found no faults.
The organization confirmed, therefore, “that the rankings and results of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games competitions in Rhythmic Gymnastics for both Individuals and Groups are fair and impartial.”
The Russian Olympic Committee also failed to bring home gold in the group round of the rhythmic gymnastics competition, winning silver as Bulgaria clinched gold. Israel’s team finished sixth overall.
FIG also condemned the online harassment that some of the judges experienced from fans of Averina and the Russian team.
“We have been appalled to learn that several judges from the Rhythmic Gymnastics panels have been receiving many threats and hateful messages since the Olympic competitions,” its statement read. “These attempts to destabilize judges are utterly unacceptable. The FIG wants to clearly state that these judges have our full support and can be commended for their work.”
The organization did not address the online harassment that Ashram herself experienced following her gold medal win. Ashram said a few days later that she felt no ill will toward Averina.
Rhythmic Individual All-Around Final at #Tokyo2020 | Tokyo Replays
Israel's Linoy Ashram stunned pre-event favourites ROC's Dina and Arina Averina to win gold in rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around finals with an overall score 107.800.
The 22-year-old athlete came out firing with three beautifully executed routines in ball, hoops and clubs to gain an early lead. While she dropped the ribbon during her last routine, she still scored 23.000 enough to keep her on top to win Israel's first Olympic medal in rhythmic gymnastics.
However, Dina wasn't about to make it easy for the Israeli athlete and performed a stunning ball routine to equal Ashram's ball score. She gave it her all in the clubs and ribbon but came up 0.150 points short behind Ashram's score at 107.650, eventually leading to her silver medal.
Meanwhile, her twin sister Arina had a mishap in her ribbon routine which cost her points to drop in fourth place and miss the podium whilst Belarus' Alina Harnasko picked up bronze.