2013 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Series

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The 2013 FIG World Cup circuit in Rhythmic Gymnastics includes one category A event (Sofia) and seven category B events. Apart from Tartu, Bucharest and Corbeil-Essonnes (individuals only), all events include both individual and group competitions, with all-around competitions serving as qualifications for the finals by apparatus. With stopovers in Europe only, the competitions took place in February 8 – 10 in Tartu (EST), April 3 – 6 in Lisbon (POR), April 19 – 21 April in Bucharest (ROU), April 26 – 28 in Pesaro (ITA), May 4 – 5 in Sofia (BUL), May 10 – 12 in Corbeil-Essonnes (FRA), May 17 – 19 in Minsk (BLR) and August 17 – 18 in St Petersburg (RUS).[1] The world ranking points collected by the competitors at their best four World Cup events added up to a total, and the top scorers in each event were crowned winners of the overall series at the final event in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Formats[edit]

Date Levels Location Type Ref.
8–10 February 2013 Cat. B Estonia Tartu Individuals [2]
3–7 April 2013 Cat. B Portugal Lisbon Individuals and groups [3]
19–21 April 2013 Cat. B Romania Bucharest Individuals [4]
26–28 April 2013 Cat. B Italy Pesaro Individuals and groups [5]
4–5 May 2013 Cat. A Bulgaria Sofia Individuals and groups [6]
10–12 May 2013 Cat. B France Corbeil-Essonnes Individuals [7]
17–19 May 2013 Cat. B Belarus Minsk Individuals and groups [8]
17–18 August 2013 Cat. B Russia St. Petersburg Individuals and groups [9]

Medal winners[edit]

All-around[edit]

Individual[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Category A
Sofia [6] Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva Russia Margarita Mamun
Category B
Tartu [2] Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Belarus Melitina Staniouta Azerbaijan Marina Durunda
Lisbon [3] Russia Margarita Mamun Russia Alexandra Merkulova Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
Bucharest [4] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Alina Maksymenko Russia Daria Svatkovskaya
Pesaro [5] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Maria Titova Russia Daria Svatkovskaya
Corbeil-Essonnes [7] Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Margarita Mamun
Minsk [8] Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Daria Svatkovskaya Belarus Melitina Staniouta
Saint Petersburg [9] Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Yana Kudryavtseva

Group all-around[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Category A
Sofia [6]  Bulgaria  Russia  Belarus
Category B
Lisbon [3]  Spain  Bulgaria  Russia
Pesaro [5]  Italy  Bulgaria  Ukraine
Minsk [8]  Russia  Belarus  Italy
Saint Petersburg [9]  Russia  Belarus  Spain

Apparatus[edit]

Hoop[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Tartu [2] Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Belarus Melitina Staniouta Azerbaijan Lala Yusifova
Lisbon [3] Russia Margarita Mamun Russia Alexandra Merkulova Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
Bucharest [4] Russia Maria Titova Romania Alexandra Piscupescu Azerbaijan Lala Yusifova
Pesaro [5] Russia Daria Svatkovskaya Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Alina Maksymenko
Sofia [6] Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
South Korea Son Yeon-Jae
Corbeil-Essonnes [7] Russia Margarita Mamun Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Russia Alexandra Merkulova
Minsk [8] Russia Daria Svatkovskaya South Korea Son Yeon-Jae Israel Neta Rivkin
Saint Petersburg [9] Russia Margarita Mamun South Korea Son Yeon-Jae Belarus Melitina Staniouta

Ball[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Tartu [2] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Azerbaijan Marina Durunda
Lisbon [3] Russia Margarita Mamun Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova South Korea Son Yeon-Jae
Bucharest [4] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Romania Alexandra Piscupescu Russia Daria Svatkovskaya
Pesaro [5] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Maria Titova Israel Neta Rivkin
Sofia [6] Russia Margarita Mamun Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva Not awarded
Israel Neta Rivkin
Corbeil-Essonnes [7] Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
Minsk [8] Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Daria Svatkovskaya Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva
Saint Petersburg [9] Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Margarita Mamun Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva

Clubs[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Tartu [2] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Azerbaijan Marina Durunda
Lisbon [3] Russia Margarita Mamun Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Belarus Melitina Staniouta
Bucharest [4] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Not awarded Ukraine Alina Maksymenko
Russia Daria Svatkovskaya
Pesaro [5] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Daria Svatkovskaya Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
Sofia [6] Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva
Corbeil-Essonnes [7] Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta
Minsk [8] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Not awarded
South Korea Son Yeon-Jae
Saint Petersburg [9] Russia Margarita Mamun Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Belarus Melitina Staniouta

Ribbon[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Tartu [2] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Azerbaijan Marina Durunda
Lisbon [3] Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta China Deng Senyue
Bucharest [4] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Not awarded Romania Alexandra Piscupescu
Russia Daria Svatkovskaya
Pesaro [5] Belarus Melitina Staniouta South Korea Son Yeon-Jae Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
Sofia [6] Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva Russia Margarita Mamun Not awarded
Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
Corbeil-Essonnes [7] Russia Margarita Mamun Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Russia Alexandra Merkulova
Minsk [8] Belarus Melitina Staniouta Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Daria Svatkovskaya
Saint Petersburg [9] Russia Margarita Mamun Russia Yana Kudryavtseva South Korea Son Yeon-Jae

10 clubs[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Lisbon [3]  Russia  China  Switzerland
 Ukraine
Pesaro [5]  Italy  Ukraine  Bulgaria
Sofia [6]  Bulgaria  Spain  Belarus
Minsk [8]  Italy  Azerbaijan  Russia
Saint Petersburg [9]  Russia  Belarus  Italy

2 ribbons and 3 balls[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
Lisbon [3]  Russia  China  Spain
Pesaro [5]  Italy  Bulgaria  Belarus
Sofia [6]  Russia  Bulgaria  Belarus
Minsk [8]  Belarus  Russia  Brazil
Saint Petersburg [9]  Russia  Belarus  France

References[edit]

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