Tatiana Ogrizko

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Tatiana Ogryzko
Country represented  Belarus
Born (1976-05-28) 28 May 1976 (age 41)
Discipline Rhythmic gymnastics
Head coach(es) Irina Leparskaya
Retired 1997

Tatiana Ogryzko (born 28 May 1976 in Minsk, Belarus) is a Belarusian former individual rhythmic gymnast.


In 1992, Ogrizko was involved in a car accident which left her in a coma for six months. She had to learn to walk again. One year later, she participated at the World Championships in Alicante in 1993, sharing the gold medal in the ribbon competition with Maria Petrova of Bulgaria.[1]

She participated at the 1996 Olympic Games, and ranked 6th in the AA semi-finals and 8th in the AA finals.[2]

She retired at age 21 in 1997.

Ogrizko is currently a coach and judge for the Belarusian Gymnastics Federation. She and her former teammate, Larissa Loukianenko, are currently coaching Melitina Staniouta.


  1. ^ South Florida Sun-Sentinel. "MISCELLANEOUS: U.s. Soccer Team Prevails". November 8, 1993. Retrieved on June 13, 2013.
  2. ^ Wallechinsky, David. The Complete Book of the Summer Olympics: Sydney 2000 Edition, p. 559. Overlook Press, 2000. ISBN 1-58567-046-4.

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