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Anelia Ralenkova

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Name  Anelia Ralenkova
Role  Gymnast

Disciplines  Rhythmic gymnastics
Country represented  Bulgaria
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Born  December 25, 1963 (age 51) Sofia (1963-12-25)

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Anelia Ralenkova (Bulgarian: Анелия Раленкова; born December 25, 1963 in Sofia, Bulgaria) became one of Bulgaria's most distinctive rhythmic gymnasts. She is one of the "Golden Girls" of Bulgaria that dominated rhythmic gymnastics in the 1980s.

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Biography

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She won gold medals at both world and European championships, but missed competing at the Summer Olympics in 1984 due to the Soviet-led boycott. Her coaches were Zlatka Boneva and Neshka Robeva.

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The 1982 European Championships were also successful for Ralenkova, who placed first in the all-around and with rope and hoop, and second with clubs. But at the 1983 World Championships, Ralenkova fumbled with ribbon and was defeated by teammate Diliana Gueorguieva. Ralenkova shared the silver medal with another teammate, Lilia Ignatova, and Soviet Galina Beloglazova. Ralenkova won a collection of medals in event finals but was just edged out of every title except hoop (she also earned bronze for ball, clubs, and ribbon).

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Ralenkova tied Soviet Galina Beloglazova for the all-around title at the 1984 European Championships, a result she strongly contested but finished the Individual competition finals with golds for hoop, ball, and clubs and a bronze for ribbon.

In 1990, the U.S. Gymnastics Federation invited Ralenkova to do clinics, workshops, and sports promotions in a 35-city tour across the U.S. In 1991, she started her own Rhythmic Academy in Redmond, Washington, United States.

References

Anelia Ralenkova Wikipedia


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