|— Gymnast —|
May 15, 1984 |
Chimkent, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union
|Height||175 centimetres (5 ft 9 in)|
|Head coach(es)||Irina Viner|
|Former coach(es)||Natalia Rogozhina|
She won two silver medals in ball and clubs at the 2004 World Cup Final in Moscow. At the 2004 Athens Olympics she qualified for the finals in 5th. In the finals she was placed fourth with a total of 103.975 (Ribbon 25.550, Clubs 26.325, Ball 26.600, Hoop 25.500).
Yussupova won the Kazakhstani National Championships in the individual all-around competition in 2000-2005. In 2006 Asian championships in Surat, India, (from July 29 to August 3), she swept the rhythmic gymnastics medals. She won six gold medals, including four individual apparatus titles, the team gold and individual all-around title. She finished 6th in All-around at the 2007 World Championships.
Yussupova competed in her second Olympics at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, she finished 5th at the All-around event finals. She was the also all around bronze medalist at the 2009 Universiade and in 2009 Asian championships in Astana, Kazakhstan, she won all the gold medals again.
Yussupova retired from competition at the end of the 2009 season.
- First Asian and Kazakh rhythmic gymnast to medal at the World Cup final.
- First Kazakh gymnast to place in top 10 Finals in the Olympic Games ( 2004 and 2008 ).
Detailed Olympic results
|Music from Da Vinci Code by Hans Zimmer||Hoop||17.625||17.900|
|Scott & Fran's Paso Doble by David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra||Rope||17.825||17.575|
|Spartacus by Aram Khatchaturian||Clubs||17.650||17.575|
|Artsakh by Ara Gevorkian||Ribbon||16.700||16.750|
|Mystics Lullaby / Anatolian Deluxe / Marrakesh Night Market
by Loreena McKennitt / Turkish Percussion Group
|Bolero (Closing Credits) music from Moulin Rouge
by Steve Sharples
|Ya Habibi Yallah by Alabina||Clubs||26.325||25.725|
|Op-sa by Esil Dyuran||Ribbon||25.550||23.825|