2019 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup series

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The 2019 FIG World Cup circuit in Rhythmic Gymnastics is a series of competitions officially organized and promoted by the International Gymnastics Federation.[1]

With stopovers in Europe and Asia, the World Cup competitions are scheduled for April 5–7 in Pesaro (ITA), April 12–14 in Sofia (BUL), April 19–21 in Tashkent (UZB), April 26–28 in Baku (AZE). World Challenge Cup competitions are scheduled for May 3–5 in Guadalajara (ESP), August 16–18 in Minsk (BLR), August 26–28 in Cluj Napoca (ROU), August 30–September 1 in Kazan (RUS), September 6–8 in Portimão (POR).[2]

Formats[edit]

World Cup
Date Event Location Type
April 5–7 FIG World Cup 2019 Italy Pesaro Individuals and groups
April 12–14 FIG World Cup 2019 Bulgaria Sofia Individuals and groups
April 19–21 FIG World Cup 2019 Uzbekistan Tashkent Individuals and groups
April 26–28 FIG World Cup 2019 Azerbaijan Baku Individuals and groups
World Challenge Cup
May 3–5 FIG World Challenge Cup 2019 Spain Guadalajara Individuals and groups
August 16–18 FIG World Challenge Cup 2019 Belarus Minsk Individuals and groups
August 26–28 FIG World Challenge Cup 2019 Romania Cluj Napoca Individuals and groups
August 30–September 1 FIG World Challenge Cup 2019 Russia Kazan Individuals and groups
September 6–8 FIG World Challenge Cup 2019 Portugal Portimão Individuals and groups

Medal winners[edit]

All-around[edit]

Individual[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn
Sofia Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Israel Linoy Ashram Bulgaria Katrin Taseva
Tashkent Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn Russia Anastasia Guzenkova
Baku Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Ukraine Vlada Nikolchenko
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese
Minsk Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

Group[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro  Russia  Bulgaria  Italy
Sofia  Bulgaria  Italy  Japan
Tashkent  Russia  Uzbekistan  Ukraine
Baku  Japan  Russia  Bulgaria
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara  Italy  Bulgaria  Russia
Minsk  Russia  Bulgaria  Belarus
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

Apparatus[edit]

Hoop[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Sofia Israel Linoy Ashram Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Russia Aleksandra Soldatova
Tashkent Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Anastasia Guzenkova Ukraine Vlada Nikolchenko
Baku Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram United States Laura Zeng
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Ukraine Khrystyna Pohranychna Russia Ekaterina Selezneva
Minsk Israel Linoy Ashram Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

Ball[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro Russia Arina Averina Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn Russia Dina Averina
Sofia Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Israel Linoy Ashram
Tashkent Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn Russia Anastasia Guzenkova
Baku Israel Linoy Ashram Russia Dina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Ukraine Yeva Meleshchuk Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese
Minsk Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

Clubs[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro Russia Dina Averina Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese Belarus Alina Harnasko
Sofia Israel Linoy Ashram Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Russia Aleksandra Soldatova
Tashkent Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Ukraine Vlada Nikolchenko
Baku Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Ukraine Vlada Nikolchenko
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese Russia Ekaterina Selezneva
Minsk Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram Russia Arina Averina
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

Ribbon[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro Russia Dina Averina Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Belarus Alina Harnasko
Sofia Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Israel Linoy Ashram
Tashkent Russia Anastasia Guzenkova Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn Slovenia Ekaterina Vedeneeva
Baku Belarus Anastasiia Salos Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese
Minsk Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Italy Milena Baldassarri
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

5 balls[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro  Italy  Russia  Japan
Sofia  Belarus  Japan  Russia
Tashkent  Ukraine  Israel  Russia
Baku  Russia  Japan  Ukraine
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara  Russia  Italy  Bulgaria
Minsk  Italy  Russia  Bulgaria
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

4 clubs and 3 hoops[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro  Bulgaria  Ukraine  Israel
Sofia  Ukraine  Bulgaria  Japan
Tashkent  Russia  Ukraine  Israel
Baku  Bulgaria  Russia  Ukraine
World Challenge Cup
Guadalajara  Bulgaria  Russia  Italy
Minsk  Bulgaria  Belarus  Ukraine
Cluj Napoca
Kazan
Portimão

Overall medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)31191363
2 Bulgaria (BUL)513523
3 Israel (ISR)44614
4 Italy (ITA)34613
5 Ukraine (UKR)24814
6 Belarus (BLR)2158
7 Japan (JPN)1236
8 Uzbekistan (UZB)0101
9 Slovenia (SLO)0011
 United States (USA)0011
Totals (10 nations)484848144

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Technical Regulations 2018" (PDF). International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  2. ^ "List of International Rhythmic Gymnastics Tournaments". RG4U. Retrieved January 26, 2019.