Dorina Böczögő

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Dorina Böczögő
Dorina Böczögő, balance beam, 2012.jpg
Böczögő in 2012
Personal information
Full name Dorina Böczögő
Nickname(s) Dodo[1]
Country represented  Hungary
Born (1992-02-15) 15 February 1992 (age 25)
Orosháza, Hungary
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Level Senior International Elite
Club Torna Club Bekescsaba
Head coach(es) Ildiko Harangozo
World ranking Vault: 4
Beam: 7
Floor: 4
(2016)[2]
Böczögő performing her one arm press hold during her balance beam mount, 2013.

Dorina Böczögő (born 15 February 1992 in Orosháza) is a Hungarian artistic gymnast who competed at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.[3] She is a three-time gold medalist in the World Cup series.[4]

Career[edit]

2007–2008[edit]

At the 2007 World Championships, Böczögő finished 51st in the all-around with a total score of 55.150.[5] As one of the top nine athletes from a country that had not qualified through team placement, she earned a spot at the 2008 Summer Olympics. At the Olympics, Böczögő finished 52nd in the all-around with a total score of 54.450.[6] She finished 12th on vault, and was just 0.013 away from being a reserve for the vault final.[7] Earlier that year, she competed at the European Championships in Clermont-Ferrand, where the Hungarian team finished in thirteenth.[8] She finished seventeenth in the all-around with a total score of 53.300.[9]

Böczögő competed at several World Cup events in 2008. The first was in Doha in March, where she placed fourth on vault.[10] In April, she competed in Maribor and finished eighth on vault.[11] In May, she finished seventh on vault in Tianjin.[12] The first World Cup medal Böczögő won was a bronze on vault in Szombathely on 4 October 2008.[13] She also finished fifth on bars at that event.[14] Böczögő won her first World Cup gold later that month by scoring a 13.675 on vault in Glasgow.[15] She also finished fourth on beam and floor.[16] She once again won gold on vault in Ostrava.[17] She also won a silver medal on floor with a score of 14.200, which was only 0.050 behind gold medalist Jiang Yuyuan of China.[18] These results qualified Böczögő for the 2008 World Cup Final on vault, where she finished fifth.[19]

2009–2011[edit]

Böczögő won the 2009 Hungarian national all-around title with a 55.700, more than 3.5 points better than second-place Laura Gombás.[20] She won the national titles on vault, uneven bars, and balance beam, and she won silver on floor behind Tünde Csillag.[21] In November, she competed at the Osijek World Cup, where she finished seventh on vault, fifth on uneven bars, and sixth on floor.[22] At the 2009 World Championships, Böczögő finished 30th in the all-around qualification with a 51.750.[23]

In 2010, Böczögő competed on vault, uneven bars, and floor at the European Championships to help the Hungarian team finish twelfth.[24] In September, she competed at the Ghent World Cup finishing fifth on uneven bars and seventh on floor.[25]

2012[edit]

At the 2012 Artistic Gymnastics Olympic Test Event, Böczögő and Gombás both qualified to represent Hungary at the 2012 Summer Olympics. However, only one of them could compete, and the NOC decided to send Böczögő.[26] At the 2012 Summer Olympics, Böczögő finished 49th in the all-around with a 50.599.[27]

Competitive history[edit]

Year Event Team AA VT UB BB FX
2007 Leverkusen Cup 3rd 1st
World Championships 51st
2008 Doha World Cup 4th
European Championships 13th 17th
Maribor World Cup 8th
Tianjin World Cup 7th
Olympic Games 52nd 12th
Szombathely World Cup 3rd 5th
Glasgow World Cup 1st 4th 4th
Ostrava World Cup 1st 2nd
World Cup Final 5th
2009 National Championships 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd
World Championships 30th
Osijek World Cup 7th 5th 6th
2010 European Championships 12th
Ghent World Cup 5th 7th
2011 European Championships 17th
Ghent World Cup 4th
2012 European Championships 17th 8th
Maribor World Cup 2nd 8th 6th
Olympic Games 49th
Éva Kanyó Memorial 1st
2014 Doha World Cup 6th 5th 5th 6th
Osijek World Cup 7th
National Championships 2nd
Magyar Grand Prix 1st 1st 1st
2015 Cottbus World Cup 4th 6th
Ljubljana World Cup 4th 6th 4th
Anadia World Cup 4th 1st
European Games 9th 7th

References[edit]

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  8. ^ "Women’s Teams Qualification - 2008 European Championships". Gymnastics Results. 3 April 2008. Retrieved 12 September 2015. 
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  14. ^ "1st Hungarian FIG World-Cup 2008 Women's Uneven Bars Finals". Gymnastics Results. Retrieved 9 July 2015. 
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