Ludmila Ezhova

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Ludmila Ezhova
— Gymnast —
Alternative name(s) Lyudmila Grebenkova, Lyudmila Yezhova
Country represented  Russia
Born (1982-03-04) March 4, 1982 (age 32)
Height 4'10"
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Retired 2008

Ludmila Ezhova Grebenkova, (Russian: Людмила Ежова Гребенкова (Lyudmila Yezhova Grebenkova), born 4 March 1982) is a Russian gymnast who comnpeted at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

A mainstay of the Russian team from the late 1990s to the mid-2000s, she helped her team to a Silver Medal at the 2001 World Championships and to a Bronze Medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She also competed for Russia at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing where she competed only balance beam.

She was particularly noted for her work on balance beam where she was a four (4) time world and European medalist, including being champion once. Her balance beam routines were characterized by a wide array of difficult acrobatic skills connected in immediate, unusual sequencing.

Competitive history[edit]

Year Event Team AA VT UB BB FX
1998 European Championships 2nd 3rd
2001 World Championships 2nd 26th 6th 2nd
2002 European Championships 1st 7th 1st 2nd
World Championships 3rd 6th
2003 World Championships 6th 3rd
2004 Olympic Games 3rd
World Cup Final 6th 5th
2006 World Cup Final 8th 8th
2008 Olympic Games 4th
Year Competition Description Location Apparatus Rank-Final Score-Final Rank-Qualifying Score-Qualifying
2008 Olympic Games Beijing Team 4 180.625 3 244.400
Balance Beam 37 14.600
2006 World Cup Final Sao Paulo Unevne Bars 8 9.950
Balance Beam 8 14.200
2004 World Cup Final Birmingham Uneven Bars 6 9.350
Balance Beam 5 9.437
Olympic Games Athens Team 3 113.235 4 149.420
Uneven Bars 23 9.475
Balance Beam 15 9.462
2003 World Championships Anaheim Team 6 108.985 5 145.572
Uneven Bars 94 8.537
Balance Beam 3 9.550 6 9.425
2002 World Championships Debrecen Uneven Bars 3 9.375
Uneven Bars (Semi−Final) 3 9.512
Uneven Bars (Qualification) 3 9.575
Balance Beam 6 8.975
Balance Beam (Semi−Final) 2 9.612
Balance Beam (Qualification) 2 9.562
European Championships Patras Team 1 111.833
Uneven Bars 7 8.700 3 9.437
Balance Beam 1 9.562 1 9.625
2001 World Championships Ghent Team 2 109.023 4 144.134
All-Around 26 34.774 10 36.011
Vault 91 8.612
Uneven Bars 6 8.625 4 9.300
Balance Beam 2 9.650 1 9.612
Floor Exercise 67 8.487
1998 European Championships Saint Petersburg Team 2 112.720
Uneven Bars 23 9.250
Balance Beam 3 9.662 4 9.687

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