|Born||September 12, 1990|
|Height||170 cm (5 ft 7 in)|
|Head coach(es)||Ina Ananieva|
|Assistant coach(es)||Daniela Veltcheva|
Reneta Kamberova (Bulgarian Cyrillic: Ренета Камберова) (born 12 September 1990 in Pazardzhik) is a Bulgarian Group rhythmic gymnast. She was a member of the Bulgarian winning team that won gold at the 2014 World Championships in Group all-around and the 2011 World Group all-around bronze medalist.
A veteran of the Bulgarian Group. Kamberova has competed in 4 World Championships, Kamberova has been practicing gymnastics since the age of 7. The Bulgarian group won bronze in all-around at the 2011 World Championships in Montpellier, France. She was member of the Bulgarian Group that competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
In June 2014, she and the Bulgarian group won a gold medal in the 10 clubs event of the 2014 Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships. They won gold medal at the 2014 World Cup Final in Kazan, Russia in 3 Balls + 2 Ribbons and silver in 10 Clubs. In September 22–28, Kamberova and her group mates won gold in the group all-around at the 2014 World Championships, 17 years later since the Bulgarian group won gold at the 1996 World Championships, they also won silver medal in 3 Balls + 2 Ribbons.
On 22 December 2014, Kamberova and her colleagues from the national gymnastics team were chosen as the team of the year in Bulgarian sport.
Kamberova was a member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, who had attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Detailed Olympic results
|2016||Olympics||Rio de Janeiro||All-around||3rd||35.766||7th||34.182|
|Chateau, Mona Lisa Overdrive, Burly Brawl (Matrix)
by Rob Dougan
|6 Clubs / 2 Hoops||3rd||18.066||5th||16.616|
by Georgi Andreev
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