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Moran Buzovski (Hebrew: מורן בוזובסקי) (born March 23, 1992) is a retired Israeli rhythmic gymnast, and a member of the National Israeli Rhythmic Gymnastics Team.
|Born||March 23, 1992|
Petah Tikva, Israel
|Height||5' 8" (173 cm)|
|Club||Maccabi Petah Tikva|
|Head coach(es)||Ela Samofalo |
Raya Irgo (national)
Buzovski was born in Petah Tikva, Israel. She has a twin sister named Sharon.
Buzovki started training in 1996 and belongs to the club Maccabi Petah Tikva. She started training unintentionally, at the age of 4, when her mother was looking for a hobby for her and her twin sister. She originally was meant to participate in floor gymnastics, but they arrived at the training ground at the wrong time, while a rhythmic gymnastics session was taking place. The coach, Yelena Zlickman encouraged the mother to enroll her twins for a trial. Sharon quit shortly after starting, but Moran stayed on to train.
Following her retirement as an athlete, Buzovski has become a trainer in Maccabi Tel-Aviv and in B-MOR schools she founded.
- Moran Buzovski at the International Gymnastics Federation (licence)
- Moran Buzovski at the International Gymnastics Federation (biography)
- Moran Buzovski at Olympics.com
- Moran Buzovski at Olympedia
- Moran Buzovski at the Olympic Committee of Israel (in Hebrew)
- Moran Buzovski profile at the official London 2012 website