Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships

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Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)mid-year
Frequencyannual
Countryvarying
Inaugurated1978 (1978)

The Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships are the European championships for the sport of rhythmic gymnastics. They were first held in 1978. The European Championships and the European Junior Championships were united in 1993.[1] Prior to 2006, they were called the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships. The competition is organised by the European Union of Gymnastics.

Editions[edit]

Seniors and Juniors:[2][3][4][5]

Edition Year Host City Host Country Events
S J
1 - 1978 Madrid  Spain 5 + 0
2 - 1980 Amsterdam  Netherlands 7 + 0
3 - 1982 Stavanger  Norway 7 + 0
4 - 1984 Vienna  Austria 7 + 0
5 - 1986 Florence  Italy 7 + 0
- 1 1987 Athens  Greece 0 + 7
6 - 1988 Helsinki  Finland 8 + 0
- 2 1989 Tenerife  Spain 0 + 9
7 - 1990 Gothenburg  Sweden 10 + 0
- 3 1991 Lisbon  Portugal 0 + 10
8 - 1992 Stuttgart  Germany 10 + 0
9 4 1993 Bucharest  Romania 3 + 7
10 5 1994 Thessaloniki  Greece 8 + 1
11 6 1995 Prague  Czech Republic 3 + 7
12 7 1996 Asker  Norway 7 + 2
13 8 1997 Patras  Greece 8 + 2
14 - 1998 Porto  Portugal 6 + 0
15 9 1999 Budapest  Hungary 8 + 1
16 - 2000 Zaragoza  Spain 6 + 0
17 10 2001 Geneva   Switzerland 7 + 1
18 - 2002 Granada  Spain 2 + 0
19 11 2003 Riesa  Germany 7 + 2
20 - 2004 Kyiv  Ukraine 2 + 0
21 12 2005 Moscow  Russia 5 + 1
22 13 2006 Moscow  Russia 4 + 5
23 14 2007 Baku  Azerbaijan 5 + 1
24 15 2008 Turin  Italy 4 + 5
25 16 2009 Baku  Azerbaijan 5 + 1
Edition Year Host City Host Country Events
S J
26 17 2010 Bremen  Germany 4 + 5
27 18 2011 Minsk  Belarus 5 + 2
28 19 2012 Nizhny Novgorod  Russia 4 + 5
29 20 2013 Vienna  Austria 5 + 2
30 21 2014 Baku  Azerbaijan 4 + 5
31 22 2015 Minsk  Belarus 5 + 2
32 23 2016 Holon  Israel 4 + 5
33 24 2017 Budapest  Hungary 4.5 + 1.5
34 25 2018 Guadalajara  Spain 4.5 + 4.5
35 26 2019 Baku  Azerbaijan 4.5 + 3.5
36 27 2020 Kyiv  Ukraine 4.5 + 4.5
37 28 2021 Varna  Bulgaria 8.5 + 3.5
38 29 2022 Tel Aviv  Israel
39 30 2023 Moscow  Russia
40 31 2024 Budapest  Hungary

All-time medal table[edit]

1978–2021, senior events only

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia1174625188
2 Bulgaria462842116
3 Ukraine32363199
4 Soviet Union26181256
5 Belarus10333578
6 Israel581023
7 Italy2101426
8 Spain241824
9 Greece1629
10 France1438
11 Azerbaijan12811
12 Turkey1001
13 Czechoslovakia0145
14 Hungary0033
15 Romania0022
16 Estonia0011
 Germany0011
 West Germany0011
Totals (18 nations)244196212652

Medalists[edit]

Team[edit]

Team All-Around Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Soviet Union Soviet Union Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Bulgaria Bulgaria Belarus Belarus Spain Spain

Russia Russia

1994 Greece Thessalonika, Greece Ukraine Ukraine Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria
1996 Norway Asker, Norway Ukraine Ukraine Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria
1998 Portugal Porto, Portugal Belarus Belarus Ukraine Ukraine Russia Russia
2000 Spain Zaragoza, Spain Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Germany Germany
2002 Spain Granada, Spain Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Bulgaria Bulgaria
2004 Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Belarus Belarus
2005 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Belarus Belarus
2007 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
2009 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Russia Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Ukraine Ukraine
2011 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Ukraine Ukraine
2013 Austria Vienna, Austria Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Belarus Belarus
2015 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Ukraine Ukraine
2017 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria
2018 Spain Guadalajara, Spain Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Bulgaria Bulgaria
2019 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria
2020 Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Israel Israel Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Israel Israel

Senior Individual[edit]

Senior All-Around[edit]

Individual All-Around Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Spain Madrid, Spain Soviet Union Galima Shugurova Soviet Union Irina Deriugina Spain Susana Mendizábal
1980 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Iliana Raeva Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova Soviet Union Inessa Lisovskaya
1982 Norway Stavanger, Norway Soviet Union Dalia Kutkaitė
Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova
None awarded Bulgaria Iliana Raeva
1984 Austria Vienna, Austria Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova
None awarded Bulgaria Dilyana Georgieva
1986 Italy Florence, Italy Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Bulgaria Bianka Panova
None awarded Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Adriana Dunavska
Bulgaria Elizabeth Koleva
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded None awarded
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Bulgaria Julia Baicheva
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded Soviet Union Oksana Skaldina
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Bulgaria Maria Petrova Ukraine Olexandra Timoshenko Russia Oxana Kostina
1994 Greece Thessalonika, Greece Bulgaria Maria Petrova Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Russia Amina Zaripova
1996 Norway Asker, Norway Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Russia Yanina Batyrchina Russia Amina Zaripova
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Belarus Tatiana Ogrizko Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska
1998 Portugal Porto, Portugal Russia Alina Kabaeva Belarus Evgenia Pavlina Russia Yanina Batyrchina
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Alina Kabaeva Belarus Yulia Raskina France Eva Serrano
2000 Spain Zaragoza, Spain Russia Alina Kabaeva Belarus Yulia Raskina Russia Yulia Barsoukova
2002 Spain Granada, Spain Russia Alina Kabaeva Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2004 Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine Russia Alina Kabaeva Ukraine Anna Bessonova Russia Irina Tchachina
2006 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Vera Sessina Russia Alina Kabaeva Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2008 Italy Turin, Italy Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Ukraine Anna Bessonova Russia Olga Kapranova
2010 Germany Bremen, Germany Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Daria Kondakova Azerbaijan Aliya Garayeva
2012 Russia Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Alexandra Merkulova Azerbaijan Aliya Garayeva
2014 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Belarus Melitina Staniouta Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
2016 Israel Holon, Israel Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Margarita Mamun Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova
2018 Spain Guadalajara, Spain Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
2020 Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine Israel Linoy Ashram Belarus Alina Harnasko Belarus Anastasiia Salos
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Russia Arina Averina Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn Russia Dina Averina

Rope[edit]

Individual Rope Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Spain Madrid, Spain Soviet Union Galima Shugurova Soviet Union Irina Deriugina Bulgaria Christine Gurova
1980 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Iliana Raeva Soviet Union Elena Tomas Czech Republic Daniela Bošanská
1982 Norway Stavanger, Norway Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova Bulgaria Iliana Raeva
Soviet Union Irina Devina
None awarded
1986 Italy Florence, Italy Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Bulgaria Bianka Panova
None awarded Soviet Union Marina Lobatch
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Elizabeth Koleva
Soviet Union Marina Lobatch
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded None awarded
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Soviet Union Oksana Skaldina Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko Bulgaria Julia Baicheva
Bulgaria Dimitrinka Todorova
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Russia Oxana Kostina Ukraine Olexandra Timoshenko Bulgaria Maria Petrova
1994 Greece Thessalonika, Greece Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Russia Julia Rosliakova Bulgaria Diana Popova
1996 Norway Asker, Norway Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Belarus Tatiana Ogrizko Belarus Larissa Lukyanenko
Bulgaria Diana Popova
Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Russia Yanina Batyrchina
France Eva Serrano
None awarded
1998 Portugal Porto, Portugal Russia Yanina Batyrchina Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Yulia Barsoukova Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Russia Alina Kabaeva
2000 Spain Zaragoza, Spain Russia Yulia Barsoukova Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva Russia Alina Kabaeva
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Russia Irina Tchachina Russia Alina Kabaeva Belarus Elena Tkachenko
2005 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Olga Kapranova
Russia Irina Tchachina
None awarded Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2007 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Aliya Garayeva Russia Vera Sessina Russia Olga Kapranova
2009 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Vera Sessina Ukraine Anna Bessonova

Hoop[edit]

Individual Hoop Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1980 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Iliana Raeva Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova West Germany Carmen Rischer
1982 Norway Stavanger, Norway Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova Soviet Union Dalia Kutkaitė Soviet Union Irina Devina
Bulgaria Iliana Raeva
1984 Austria Vienna, Austria Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova
None awarded Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Adriana Dunavska
Bulgaria Bianka Panova
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded None awarded
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Soviet Union Oksana Skaldina Bulgaria Julia Baicheva
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Russia Oxana Kostina
Belarus Larissa Lukyanenko
Ukraine Oksana Skaldina
Ukraine Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded None awarded
1994 Greece Thessalonika, Greece Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Bulgaria Maria Petrova Russia Amina Zaripova
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Belarus Tatiana Ogrizko
Greece Maria Pagalou
None awarded
1998 Portugal Porto, Portugal Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Russia Yanina Batyrchina France Eva Serrano
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Alina Kabaeva Belarus Yulia Raskina Russia Yulia Barsoukova
2000 Spain Zaragoza, Spain Russia Alina Kabaeva
France Eva Serrano
None awarded Russia Yulia Barsukova
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Russia Alina Kabaeva Russia Irina Tchachina Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Ukraine Anna Bessonova Russia Zarina Gizikova Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva
2007 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Olga Kapranova Ukraine Anna Bessonova Russia Vera Sessina
2009 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Vera Sessina Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2011 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Daria Kondakova Belarus Liubov Charkashyna
2013 Austria Vienna, Austria Russia Daria Svatkovskaya Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta
2015 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
2017 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Dina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Israel Linoy Ashram
2019 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Dina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina Israel Nicol Zelikman
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram Belarus Anastasiia Salos

Ball[edit]

Individual Ball Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Spain Madrid, Spain Soviet Union Irina Deriugina Soviet Union Galima Shugurova Bulgaria Christine Gurova
1984 Austria Vienna, Austria Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
Soviet Union Dalia Kutkaite
Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
None awarded
1986 Italy Florence, Italy Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
Soviet Union Tatiana Drutchinina
Bulgaria Adriana Dunavska
None awarded None awarded
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Soviet Union Oksana Skaldina
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
Bulgaria Julia Baicheva
Romania Irina Deleanu
None awarded
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Russia Oxana Kostina
Ukraine Olexandra Timoshenko
Belarus Larissa Lukyanenko
Bulgaria Dimitrinka Todorova
None awarded
1994 Greece Thessalonika, Greece Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska
Russia Amina Zaripova
None awarded Belarus Larissa Lukyanenko
Bulgaria Maria Petrova
1996 Norway Asker, Norway Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Russia Yanina Batyrchina
Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko
None awarded
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Russia Yulia Barsukova France Eva Serrano
2000 Spain Zaragoza, Spain Russia Alina Kabaeva
Belarus Yulia Raskina
None awarded Russia Yulia Barsukova
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Russia Alina Kabaeva Russia Irina Tchachina Belarus Elena Tkachenko
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Russia Zarina Gizikova Ukraine Anna Bessonova Belarus Inna Zhukova
2005 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Olga Kapranova Ukraine Anna Bessonova Belarus Inna Zhukova
2009 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Ukraine Anna Bessonova Azerbaijan Anna Gurbanova
2011 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Belarus Liubov Charkashyna Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Daria Dmitrieva
2013 Austria Vienna, Austria Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Margarita Mamun Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva
2015 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta
2017 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Arina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Belarus Alina Harnasko
2019 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Arina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram Belarus Alina Harnasko

Clubs[edit]

Individual Clubs Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1980 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Bulgaria Iliana Raeva
Soviet Union Inessa Lisovskaya None awarded
1982 Norway Stavanger, Norway Soviet Union Dalia Kutkaitė Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova Soviet Union Irina Devina
Bulgaria Iliana Raeva
1984 Austria Vienna, Austria Bulgaria Diliana Gueorguieva
Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova
None awarded Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
Soviet Union Dalia Kutkaitė
1986 Italy Florence, Italy Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Bulgaria Bianka Panova
None awarded Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Adriana Dunavska
Soviet Union Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded Bulgaria Elizabeth Koleva
Soviet Union Marina Lobatch
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Russia Oxana Kostina
Ukraine Oksana Skaldina
Ukraine Olexandra Timoshenko
None awarded None awarded
1994 Greece Thessalonika, Greece Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska
Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko
None awarded Russia Amina Zaripova
1996 Norway Asker, Norway Russia Amina Zaripova Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Russia Natalia Lipkovskaya
Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Russia Natalia Lipkovskaya Russia Yanina Batyrchina
Belarus Tatiana Ogrizko
Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska
None awarded
1998 Portugal Porto, Portugal Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko France Eva Serrano Belarus Yulia Raskina
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Russia Alina Kabaeva Russia Irina Tchachina Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Ukraine Anna Bessonova Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva Bulgaria Simona Peycheva
2005 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Irina Tchachina Russia Olga Kapranova Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2007 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Vera Sessina Russia Olga Kapranova Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2011 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Belarus Liubov Charkashyna Israel Neta Rivkin Ukraine Alina Maskymenko
2013 Austria Vienna, Austria Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Russia Margarita Mamun Belarus Melitina Staniouta
2015 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Ukraine Ganna Rizatdinova Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Belarus Melitina Staniouta
2017 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram
2019 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Ukraine Vlada Nikolchenko
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Israel Linoy Ashram Russia Dina Averina Belarus Anastasiia Salos

Ribbon[edit]

Individual Ribbon Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Spain Madrid, Spain Soviet Union Galima Shugurova Czech Republic Daniela Bošanská
Soviet Union Irina Deriugina
None awarded
1980 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova Bulgaria Iliana Raeva Soviet Union Inessa Lisovskaya
1982 Norway Stavanger, Norway Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Soviet Union Dalia Kutkaitė
None awarded Bulgaria Iliana Raeva
1984 Austria Vienna, Austria Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova
Bulgaria Dilyana Georgieva
None awarded Bulgaria Anelia Ralenkova
1986 Italy Florence, Italy Soviet Union Galina Beloglazova Bulgaria Lilia Ignatova
Bulgaria Bianka Panova
None awarded
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Adriana Dunavska
Bulgaria Bianka Panova
Soviet Union Marina Lobatch
None awarded None awarded
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Soviet Union Oksana Skaldina Bulgaria Julia Baicheva Bulgaria Dimitrinka Todorova
1996 Norway Asker, Norway Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska Belarus Larissa Lukyanenko Belarus Tatiana Ogrizko
Bulgaria Diana Popova
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Russia Yanina Batyrchina Greece Maria Pagalou
France Eva Serrano
Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska
Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko
None awarded
1998 Portugal Porto, Portugal Belarus Evgenia Pavlina Russia Yanina Batyrchina Ukraine Kateryna Serebrianska
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Ukraine Olena Vitrichenko Russia Alina Kabaeva Belarus Yulia Raskina
2000 Spain Zaragoza, Spain Russia Alina Kabaeva France Eva Serrano Belarus Yulia Raskina
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Ukraine Anna Bessonova Belarus Inna Zhukova Ukraine Tamara Yerofeeva
2005 Russia Moscow, Russia Ukraine Natalia Godunko Ukraine Anna Bessonova Belarus Inna Zhukova
2007 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Ukraine Anna Bessonova Russia Vera Sessina
2009 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Vera Sessina Ukraine Anna Bessonova
2011 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Evgenia Kanaeva Russia Daria Kondakova Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva
2013 Austria Vienna, Austria Russia Margarita Mamun Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Bulgaria Sylvia Miteva
2015 Belarus Minsk, Belarus Russia Yana Kudryavtseva Belarus Melitina Staniouta Azerbaijan Marina Durunda
2017 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Russia Dina Averina Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova
2019 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Dina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Russia Dina Averina Belarus Alina Harnasko Russia Arina Averina

Senior Groups[edit]

All-Around[edit]

Group All-Around Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978 Spain Madrid, Spain Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
1980 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
1982 Norway Stavanger, Norway Soviet Union Soviet Union Bulgaria Bulgaria Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
1984 Austria Vienna, Austria Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Spain Spain
1986 Italy Florence, Italy Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Spain Spain
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Hungary Hungary
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Spain Spain
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Russia Russia
Spain Spain
None awarded Hungary Hungary
1993 Romania Bucharest, Romania Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain
1995 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Russia Russia Greece Greece Ukraine Ukraine
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Greece Greece Russia Russia Belarus Belarus
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Russia Russia Greece Greece Belarus Belarus
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Italy Italy
2006 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Russia Italy Italy Belarus Belarus
2008 Italy Turin, Italy Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Italy Italy
2010 Germany Bremen, Germany Russia Russia Italy Italy Belarus Belarus
2012 Russia Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Italy Italy
2014 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Russia Italy Italy Israel Israel
2016 Israel Holon, Israel Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Israel Israel
2018 Spain Guadalajara, Spain Russia Russia Italy Italy Bulgaria Bulgaria
2020 Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine Israel Israel Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Ukraine Ukraine
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Russia Russia Italy Italy Israel Israel

Single apparatus[edit]

Group Single Apparatus Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Spain Spain
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain Italy Italy

Soviet Union Soviet Union

1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain
1993 Romania Bucharest, Romania Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Hungary Hungary

Romania Romania

1995 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Russia Russia Spain Spain

Ukraine Ukraine

Hungary Hungary
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Greece Greece Russia Russia Belarus Belarus
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Greece Greece
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Russia Russia Bulgaria Bulgaria Belarus Belarus
2006 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Italy Italy
2008 Italy Turin, Italy Italy Italy Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria
2010 Germany Bremen, Germany Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Italy Italy
2012 Russia Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Russia Russia Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria
2014 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Bulgaria Bulgaria Russia Russia Spain Spain
2016 Israel Holon, Israel Belarus Belarus Israel Israel Spain Spain
2018 Spain Guadalajara, Spain Italy Italy Ukraine Ukraine Russia Russia
2020 Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Israel Israel Estonia Estonia
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria Russia Russia Israel Israel

Mixed apparatus[edit]

Group Mixed Apparatus Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Bulgaria Bulgaria

Soviet Union Soviet Union

None awarded Italy Italy
1990 Sweden Göteborg, Sweden Bulgaria Bulgaria

Soviet Union Soviet Union

None awarded Spain Spain
1992 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Spain Spain Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine
1993 Romania Bucharest, Romania Bulgaria Bulgaria

Russia Russia

None awarded Spain Spain
1995 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain France France
1997 Greece Patras, Greece Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria Spain Spain
1999 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Greece Greece Russia Russia Spain Spain
2001 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Belarus Belarus Greece Greece Bulgaria Bulgaria
2003 Germany Riesa, Germany Bulgaria Bulgaria Greece Greece Italy Italy
2006 Russia Moscow, Russia Russia Russia Italy Italy Bulgaria Bulgaria
2008 Italy Turin, Italy Russia Russia Italy Italy Belarus Belarus
2010 Germany Bremen, Germany Russia Russia Italy Italy Belarus Belarus
2012 Russia Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Belarus Belarus Bulgaria Bulgaria Italy Italy
2014 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Russia Russia Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Bulgaria Bulgaria
2016 Israel Holon, Israel Israel Israel Spain Spain Bulgaria Bulgaria
2018 Spain Guadalajara, Spain Bulgaria Bulgaria Italy Italy Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
2020 Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine Turkey Turkey Ukraine Ukraine Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
2021 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria Israel Israel Bulgaria Bulgaria Italy Italy

Multiple gold medalists[edit]

Boldface denotes active rhythmic gymnasts and highest medal count among all rhythmic gymnasts (including these who not included in these tables) per type at the European Championships. The two tables might be missing some retired group rhythmic gymnasts of old due to lack of data.

All events[edit]

Rank Rhythmic gymnast Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Alina Kabaeva  Russia 1998 2007 15 3 3 21
2 Yevgeniya Kanayeva  Russia 2007 2012 13 1 14
3 Olena Vitrychenko  Ukraine 1992 2000 10 5 5 20
4 Kateryna Serebrianska  Ukraine 1992 1998 10 5 3 18
5 Dina Averina  Russia 2017 2021 10 4 1 15
6 Olexandra Timoshenko  Soviet Union
 Ukraine
1988 1992 10 4 14
7 Arina Averina  Russia 2017 2021 9 1 10
8 Yana Kudryavtseva  Russia 2013 2016 9 9
9 Anelia Ralenkova  Bulgaria 1982 1984 7 1 1 9
10 Vera Sessina  Russia 2002 2009 6 4 2 12

Individual events[edit]

Rank Rhythmic gymnast Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Alina Kabaeva  Russia 1998 2007 12 3 2 17
2 Olexandra Timoshenko  Soviet Union
 Ukraine
1988 1992 10 4 14
3 Yevgeniya Kanayeva  Russia 2007 2012 10 1 11
4 Olena Vitrychenko  Ukraine 1992 2000 8 4 5 17
5 Kateryna Serebrianska  Ukraine 1992 1998 8 4 3 15
6 Dina Averina  Russia 2017 2021 7 4 1 12
7 Anelia Ralenkova  Bulgaria 1982 1984 7 1 1 9
8 Yana Kudryavtseva  Russia 2013 2016 7 7
9 Arina Averina  Russia 2017 2021 6 1 7
10 Bianka Panova  Bulgaria 1986 1988 5 1 6

Junior European Championships[edit]

The Junior European Championships in rhythmic gymnastics were first held for the first time in 1987. Prior to 1993, they were held as a separate event. Since the 1993 edition in Bucharest, Romania, the Junior European Championships were integrated to the senior European Championships.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schenker, Béla. "European Competitions". r-gymnast.bplaced.net.
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20051203122345/http://sports123.com/rgy/index.html
  3. ^ http://rsg.net/cgi-bin/show?ereignisse
  4. ^ http://www.sport-komplett.de/sport-komplett/sportarten/r/rhythm_sportgymnastik/hst/15.html
  5. ^ http://www.sport-komplett.de/sport-komplett/sportarten/r/rhythm_sportgymnastik/hst/13.html

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