BELANYI Dominiqua
Date of Birth18/10/1992 - VESTMANNAEYJABÆR (ISL)
Height155 cm/5'1"
Women's Floor Exercise Qualification 11.333
Women's Vault Qualification
Women's Uneven Bars Qualification 11.700
Women's Beam Qualification 12.233
Women's Individual All-Around Qualification 11.333
Team 23.866


School, universityUniversity of Iceland - BA degree in Social Anthropology
Started competing2004
Language(s) spokenIcelandic, English, Hungarian
Club nameArmann Gymnastics Club
CoachVladimir Antonov

Travelling and meeting new people.

Major sporting achievements

2015 NCh, AA – (pb) | 2014 Voronin Cup, all around – 7th | 2013 GSSE, AA – 1st, uneven bars, - 1st, beam – 3rd, floor – 1st, team – 1st | 2011 WC (Tokyo) – participation | 2010 WC (Rotterdam) – participation | 2013 FameSvodopen, all around – 1st | ECH, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015- participation

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

Most memorable performance

2013 GSSE (Luxembourg), all around – 1st

Additional information / What would you like people to know about you?

Alma started gymnastics at age 6. She made the national team for the first time in 2008 at 15 when she participated at the Nordic Championships (Oslo). Since then she has been to two World championships ( Rotterdam 2010, Tokyo 2011), four European championships (Birmingham 2010, Berlin 2011, Moscow 2013, Montpellier 2015). In 2013, she was chosen Gymnast of the Year by the Icelandic Gymnastics Federation; 2013 The Best Achievement for the Year for her AA performance at the European Championships in Moscow. The same year she won the AA title at the GSSE 2013 in Luxembourg. There she won four gold and one bronze (gold for AA, Team, FX and UB, bronze for BB). Alma has many international awards including silver and bronze from Nordics championships and AA title from Fame Svod Open in 2013. Unfortunately she injured her knee for the second time in 2013 at the Universiade in Kazan. That knee injury took more than a year to heal, but she came back stronger than ever in late 2014 to do her best AA performance ever at Vornonin Cup in Moscow. From then on she has been competing all around and outscoring her earlier achievements.

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