Yulia Belokobylskaya

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Yulia Belokobylskaya
— Gymnast —
Full name Yulia Belokobylskaya
Nickname(s) Belo
Country represented  Russia
Born (1995-12-14) December 14, 1995 (age 18)
Rostov-Na-Donu, Russia
Hometown Rostov-Na-Donu, Russia
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Head coach(es) Nadezhda Dolgoshina
Retired 2013

Yulia Belokobylskaya (Russian: Юлия Белокобыльская) (born December 14, 1995) is a Russian former artistic gymnast and was the Russian national champion in the floor exercise in 2011. She also won a bronze medal in the floor exercise at the 2011 European Championships. She has since retired from artistic gymnastics.



At the International Gymnix Classic in Montreal in March 2009, Belokobylskaya won a bronze medal with the Russian team. She also won a bronze medal in the floor exercise, and finished seventh in the vault and eighth in the all-around.[1]


In February 2011, Belokobylskaya competed at Russian Nationals. She won gold in the floor exercise and bronze on the beam. She also finished fifth in the all-around.[2]

Belokobylskaya next competed at the Cottbus Challenger Cup in Germany in March 2011 where she finished seventh on the uneven bars.[3]

At the City of Jesolo Trophy (Italy) later in March 2011, Belokobylskaya won bronze with the Russian team and finished seventh in the all-around with a score of 54.650.[4][5]

Belokobylskaya next competed at the European Championships where she won a bronze medal in the floor exercise with a score of 14.450 (just 0.050 behind the Gold medal winner Sandra Izbaşa).[6][7]

Belokobylskaya competed at the 2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships where she helped her team win silver.


At the Russian Cup, Belokobylskaya placed seventh in the all-around. She was not added to the Olympic training squad.

Belokobylskaya continued to compete after the Olympics. In November, she competed at the Swiss Cup Zürich, but didn't make the finals.

She retired in 2013, and moved on to ballet and cheer leading. [8]

Competitive history[edit]

Year Event Team AA VT UB BB FX
2011 National Championships 5th 5th 3rd 1st
European Championships 3rd
Russian Cup 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd
World Championships 2nd
2012 National Championships 6th 9th 5th 4th 3rd
Russian Cup 4th 7th
Year Competition Description Location Apparatus Rank-Final Score-Final Rank-Qualifying Score-Qualifying
2011 World Championships Tokyo Team 2 175.329 2 231.062
Balance Beam 19 14.333
Floor Exercise 13 14.133
European Championships Berlin All-Around 6 55.550
Uneven Bars 19 13.500
Balance Beam 12 14.075
Floor Exercise 3 14.450 4 14.275


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