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| Aleksandra Andreevna Ermakova|
November 24, 1992 (age 23) (1992-11-24)
Alexandra Ermakova Wikipedia
Aleksandra Andreevna Ermakova (Russian: Александра Андреевна Ермакова), born November 24, 1992 in Russia, is a retired individual rhythmic gymnast representing Russia.
At the early age of 14, Aleksandra Ermakova stunned the rhythmic gymnastics world with her appearance at the 2006 Junior European Championships in Moscow, Russia. Competing only in rope, she won her first major international gold medal.
Ermakova won the junior all-round competition at the Aeon Cup 2007 in Tokyo, Japan.
August 2007 brought gold to Ermakova in both the junior all-round competition and in all four junior finals (rope, hoop, ball & ribbon) at the Ljubljana World Cup in Slovenia.
In April 2007 Aleksandra Ermakova won the junior all-round competition at the World Cup in Portimao (Portugal), after finishing first with three of her four exercises (rope, ball, ribbon).
Ermakova won the junior all-round competition at the Coupe d'Opale 2007 in Calais, France.
Ermakova finished 10th in the senior all-round World Cup competition in Corbeil-Essonnes, France.
The invitational meeting Baltic Hoop 2008, in Riga (Latvia) brought gold medals to Aleksandra Ermakova in all four apparatus. Ermakova continued to struggle transitioning into seniors in her competitions and faced back and knee injuries. She completed her career in 2010.