|Hometown Astana, Kazakhstan|
Name Anna Alyabyeva
Home town Astana
|Head coach(es) Irina Viner|
Height 1.74 m
Disciplines Rhythmic gymnastics
Weight 53 kg
Country represented Kazakhstan
|Born November 13, 1993 (age 29) Astana (1993-11-13)|
Assistant coach(es) Natalia Gorbulina
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Anna Alyabyeva (born 13 November 1993 in Astana) is a Kazakhstani individual rhythmic gymnast.
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Anna Alyabyeva began to compete in the senior circuit in 2009 as the second gymnasts of her home country, her highest achievement that years was a top 24 ranking at the 2009 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships held in Mie, for the 2010 season she became the number one gymnast of Kazakhstan after the retirement of Aliya Yussupova. Alyabyeva was invited in Russia's National rhythmic gymnastics training center in Novogorsk under Irina Viner's class; there she improved a lot her difficulty and execution.
Alyabyeva is the 2010 Asian Games All-around gold medalist. She had her highest placement at the 2010 World Championships in Moscow finishing 7th in the All-around finals. She won the bronze medal in all-around at the 2012 World Cup series in Tashkent.
For the 2011 Alyabyeva presented routines with so much difficulty degree that she wasn't being able to cope and started to have irregular performance in the rhythmic gymnastics circuit, at the 2011 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships she lost the control of some pivots at her clubs routine at the All Around Final and a lost of balance while performing with hoop made her to lost the apparatus which went very out of bound due to the mate being put above of a podium and with no apparatus to replace she had to go down to retrieve her hoop, she finished in the 16th position, one spot behind the deadline for a straight classification to the 2012 Summer Olympics.
In early 2012 she went to the London Prepares Series to compete for a spot in the rhythmic gymnastic event, she finished first through all the contenders, once again she had very inconsistent results through the year, ath the individual all-around event at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she placed 15th due to some dirty catches in her ball routine and a disastrous clubs routine where she lost the balance in three very difficultous elements (a pencheé pivot of two rotations, a series of passé pivtos connected into pencheé rotations and a series of fouette pivots).
Alyabyeva retired after the Olympic season.