Artistic gymnastics, club music, relaxation, walking
2014 WCh (Nanning), parallel bars - 1st | ECh (Sofia), parallel bars - 1st, vault - 3rd, team - 3rd | World Cup (Stuttgart), all-around - 1st | World Cup (Glasgow), all-around - 1st
2012 OG (London), team - 4th
Key: OG = Olympic Games | YOG = Youth Olympic Games |WCh = World Championships | WJCh = World Junior Championships | ECh = European Championship | EJCh = European Junior Championships |NCh = National Championships | NJCh = National Junior Championships
Mexican Artistic Gymnastics Open
As someone who has dedicated my entire life to sport, I can surely say that artistic gymnastics is a source of joy, inspiration and pride for me. It is a way to challenge myself and set goals. Throughout my life – from the first time I started gymnastics at age of five, to today, as I prepare for my 1st European Games in Baku – gymnastics has truly made me who I am today. As I grew older and my skills developed, I realized that gymnastics could be more than just a hobby for me. I started to dream of competing and trained to get better, and in this way, gymnastics gave me my first experience with working towards achieving my goals. I learned to challenge myself, and I have gymnastics to thank for that. Since then, I have became a champion of Ukrainian and international competitions and World Cups many times. In the Olympic Games in London, our team received 4th place. I also became a champion of 2014 European Championships on parallel bars and won bronze on vault and in team competition. Recently I obtained gold in World Championships in Nanning. I am very grateful for this achievement to my coach and athletes of my team with whom I was competing. They were my inspiration. Now my main goal is to become Olympic champion in Rio.