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Olympics: Israelis Ashram, Zelikman compete in Rhytmic Gymnastics final

CM 07/08/2021


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Israeli Gymnasts Linoy Ashram and Nicol Zelikman are currently competing in the Women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics all-around final on Saturday after both qualified on Friday.First up was the hoop exercise, with Zelikman receiving a score of 23.700.
Rhythmic Gymnastics – 2021 European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships – Palace of Culture and Sports, Varna, Bulgaria – June 12, 2021 Israel’s Linoy Ashram in action during the Rhythmic Gymnastics Individual Ball Final (REUTERS/Spasiyana Sergieva)
Ashram is heavily favored to earn Israel its first ever Olympic medal in Rhythmic Gymnastics and its fourth medal in the Tokyo 2020 Games, after placing third during the qualifiers and racking up a host of medals in world competitions in recent years.

Earlier on Saturday, and during her final campaign for Team Israel, Coach Ira Vigdorchik helped the national Rhythmic Gymnastics team qualify from fourth place for the finals in the group all-around competition early on Saturday morning, after Gymnasts Yana Kramarenko, Ofir Dayan, Natalie Raits, Yuliana Telegina and Karin Vexman received a total score of 84.650 for their exercises.

Team Israel especially excelled during their second drill, which mixes batons and hoops, receiving a score of 40.650.
This will be Team Israel’s fourth consecutive Olympic final in this event, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday at 5 a.m. Israel Standard Time.
Meeting team Israel in the finals will be the national teams from Bulgaria (91.800 points), the Russian Olympic Committee (89.050), Italy (87.150), China (83.600), Ukraine (82.700), Japan (79.725) and Belarus (79.650).

The team has won numerous medals at various competitions worldwide, including the European Championships, and will look to take a place on the podium in Tokyo as well.

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