Yevgeniya Kuznetsova

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Yevgeniya Kuznetsova
— Gymnast —
Full name Yevgeniya Petrovna Kuznetsova
Nickname(s) Zhena
Country represented  Bulgaria
Former countries represented  Russia
Born (1980-12-18) December 18, 1980 (age 33)
Leningrad, Russian SSR (now St. Petersburg, Russia)
Hometown Pushkin, Russia
Residence Sofia, Bulgaria
Height 1.43 m (4 ft 8 in)
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Club Dynamo St. Petersburg, Levski Sofia
Head coach(es) Gheorge Videnov
Former coach(es) Alexander and Vera Kiriaschov

Yevgeniya Petrovna Kuznetsova (Russian: Евгения Петровна Кузнецова) (born December 18, 1980 in Leningrad) is a former Olympic gymnast who competed for Russia in the 1996 Olympic Games. She won silver medal in the team competition. Also competed for Bulgaria in 2004 Olympic Games.

Competitive history[edit]

Year Event Team AA VT UB BB FX
1995 World Championships 4th
1996 Olympic Games 2nd
1997 World Championships 2nd 16th 8th
1998 European Championships 2nd 7th 1st
1999 World Championships 2nd
2000 European Championships 1st
2001 World Championships 15th
2002 European Championships 7th 8th
World Championships 5th
2003 World Championships
2004 Olympic Games
  • Competitor for Bulgaria
Year Competition Description Location Apparatus Rank-Final Score-Final Rank-Qualifying Score-Qualifying
2004 Olympic Games Athens Uneven Bars 81 8.150
Balance Beam 46 8.887
2003 World Championships Anaheim Team 19 137.458
All-Around 34 35.361
Uneven Bars 44 8.962
Balance Beam 50 8.712
Floor Exercise 66 8.612
2002 World Championships Debrecen Uneven Bars (Qualification) 24 8.425
Balance Beam 5 9.075
Balance Beam (Semi−Final) 8 8.850
Balance Beam (Qualification) 11 8.762
European Championships Patras Team 7 101.011
All-Around 8 35.810 9 35.074
Uneven Bars 8.500
Balance Beam 8.537
Floor Exercise 8.812
2001 World Championships Ghent Team 14 132.659
All-Around 15 35.374 16 35.587
Vault 8.925
Uneven Bars 8.762
Balance Beam 8.950
Floor Exercise 8.950


  • Competitor for Russia
Year Competition Description Location Apparatus Rank-Final Score-Final Rank-Qualifying Score-Qualifying
2000 European Championships Paris Team 1 115.760
1999 World Championships Tianjin Team 2 153.209 2 153.576
Uneven Bars 3 9.675
1998 European Championships Saint Petersburg Team 2 112.720
Uneven Bars 7 9.512 2 9.787
Balance Beam 1 9.775 2 9.712
1997 World Championships Lausanne Team 2 153.197 1 153.401
All-Around 16 36.730 7 37.924
Vault 17 9.350
Uneven Bars 8 9.412 10 9.462
Balance Beam 13 9.425
Floor Exercise WD 2 9.687
1996 Olympic Games Atlanta Team 2 388.404
Vault 93 9.637
Uneven Bars 18 19.400
Balance Beam 14 19.112
1995 World Championships Sabae Team 4 384.689
All-Around 29 75.360
Vault 28 18.812
Uneven Bars 56 18.712
Balance Beam 31 18.737
Floor Exercise 37 19.099

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