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Olympics: Rhythmic Gymnast Linoy Ashram wins gold medal for Israel

Nikol Zelikman places 7th with impressive finish on ribbon exercise • Team Israel qualifies for group all-around Rhythmic Gymnastics final held on Sunday

Israeli rhythmic gymnastics superstar Linoy Ashram won the Olympic gold medal in the Women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics all-around final on Saturday, with an overall score of 107.800, placing first in the hoop, ball and clubs exercises.

Israeli Nicol Zelikman – who also made the final after both qualified on Friday – came back from behind to finish the competition with an impressive seventh place, with an overall score of 95.600.

Three times world champion, Russian Dina Averina, came in a close second to get the silver medal with a total score of 107.650, while the Belarusian Alina Harnasko got the bronze with a score of 102.700.
okyo 2020 Olympics – Gymnastics – Rhythmic – Individual All-Around – Final – Rotation 1 – Ariake Gymnastics Centre, Tokyo, Japan – August 7, 2021. Linoy Ashram of Israel in action with hoop. (photo credit: REUTERS/LINDSEY WASSON)

First up was the hoop exercise, with Ashram receiving an incredible score of 27.550 which landed her in first place for the exercise, and Zelikman behind her in 10th and last place for the exercise, receiving a score of 23.700.

During the ball exercise, Ashram continued to perform fantastically, again placing first temporarily with a score of 28.300, to the tune of a remix of Alphaville’s “Big in Japan.” Zelikman continued to perform well with a score of 24.150.
After the second exercise, Ashram was in first place with an overall score of 55.850, while Zelikman placed ninth, with a score of 47.850.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics – Gymnastics – Rhythmic – Individual All-Around – Final – Rotation 2 – Ariake Gymnastics Centre, Tokyo, Japan – August 7, 2021. Linoy Ashram of Israel in action with ball. (photo credit: REUTERS/LISI NIESNER)

Ashram had her best performance of the final with the third event, the bars, with another impressive score of 28.650 set to a Beyonce medley of ‘Level up’ ‘Crazy in Love’ ‘Diva’ and ‘Run the World,’ which again placed her first for the round.

Zelikman continued to improve her performances during the clubs exercise, receiving a score of 25.600.

With only one exercise remaining, Ashram stood firmly in first place with an overall score of 84.500, while Zelikman remained in ninth place with an overall score of 73.450.

 

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