Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships

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.

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

EditionsEdit

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 6 + 0
3 - 1982 Stavanger   Norway 6 + 0
4 - 1984 Vienna   Austria 6 + 0
5 - 1986 Florence   Italy 6 + 0
- 1 1987 Athens   Greece 0 + 6
6 - 1988 Helsinki   Finland 8 + 0
- 2 1989 Tenerife   Spain 0 + 7
7 - 1990 Gothenburg   Sweden 9 + 0
- 3 1991 Lisbon   Portugal 0 + 7
8 - 1992 Stuttgart   Germany 9 + 0
9 4 1993 Bucharest   Romania 3 + 6
10 5 1994 Thessaloniki   Greece 7 + 1
11 6 1995 Prague   Czech Republic 3 + 6
12 7 1996 Asker   Norway 6 + 1
13 8 1997 Patras   Greece 8 + 1
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 + 1
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 9 + 3
38 29 2022 Tel Aviv   Israel
39 30 2023 Moscow   Russia
40 31 2024 Budapest   Hungary

MedalistsEdit

TeamEdit

Team All-Around Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1990   Göteborg, Sweden   Soviet Union   Bulgaria   Spain
1992   Stuttgart, Germany   Bulgaria   Belarus   Russia
  Spain
1994   Thessaloniki, Greece   Ukraine   Belarus   Bulgaria
1996   Asker, Norway   Ukraine   Belarus   Bulgaria
1998   Porto, Portugal   Belarus   Ukraine   Russia
2000   Zaragoza, Spain   Russia   Belarus   Germany
2002   Granada, Spain   Russia   Ukraine   Bulgaria
2004   Kyiv, Ukraine   Russia   Ukraine   Belarus
2005   Moscow, Russia   Russia   Ukraine   Belarus
2007   Baku, Azerbaijan   Russia   Ukraine   Azerbaijan
2009   Baku, Azerbaijan   Russia   Azerbaijan   Ukraine
2011   Minsk, Belarus   Russia   Belarus   Ukraine
2013   Vienna, Austria   Russia   Ukraine   Belarus
2015   Minsk, Belarus   Russia   Belarus   Ukraine
2017   Budapest, Hungary   Russia   Belarus   Bulgaria
2018   Guadalajara, Spain   Russia   Ukraine   Bulgaria
2019   Baku, Azerbaijan   Russia   Belarus   Bulgaria
2020   Kyiv, Ukraine   Ukraine   Israel   Azerbaijan
2021   Varna, Bulgaria   Russia   Belarus   Israel

Senior IndividualEdit

Senior All-AroundEdit

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

RopeEdit

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

HoopEdit

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

BallEdit

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

ClubsEdit

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

RibbonEdit

Individual Ribbon Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1978   Madrid, Spain   Galima Shugurova   Daniela Bošanská
  Irina Deriugina
None awarded
1980   Amsterdam, Netherlands   Lilia Ignatova   Iliana Raeva   Inessa Lisovskaya
1982   Stavanger, Norway   Lilia Ignatova
  Dalia Kutkaitė
None awarded   Iliana Raeva
1984   Vienna, Austria   Galina Beloglazova
  Diliana Georgieva
None awarded   Anelia Ralenkova
1986   Florence, Italy   Galina Beloglazova   Lilia Ignatova
  Bianka Panova
None awarded
1988   Helsinki, Finland   Adriana Dunavska
  Marina Lobatch
  Bianka Panova
None awarded None awarded
1990   Göteborg, Sweden   Oksana Skaldina   Julia Baicheva   Dimitrinka Todorova
1994   Thessaloniki, Greece   Kateryna Serebrianska
  Olena Vitrychenko
None awarded   Amina Zaripova
1996   Asker, Norway   Kateryna Serebrianska   Larisa Lukyanenko   Tatiana Ogrizko
  Diana Popova
1997   Patras, Greece   Yana Batyrshina   Maria Pangalou
  Kateryna Serebrianska
  Eva Serrano
  Olena Vitrychenko
None awarded
1998   Porto, Portugal   Evgenia Pavlina   Yana Batyrshina   Kateryna Serebrianska
1999   Budapest, Hungary   Olena Vitrychenko   Alina Kabaeva   Yulia Raskina
2000   Zaragoza, Spain   Alina Kabaeva   Eva Serrano   Yulia Raskina
2003   Riesa, Germany   Anna Bessonova   Inna Zhukova   Tamara Yerofeeva
2005   Moscow, Russia   Natalia Godunko   Anna Bessonova   Inna Zhukova
2007   Baku, Azerbaijan   Evgeniya Kanaeva   Anna Bessonova   Vera Sessina
2009   Baku, Azerbaijan   Evgeniya Kanaeva   Vera Sessina   Anna Bessonova
2011   Minsk, Belarus   Evgeniya Kanaeva   Daria Kondakova   Silvia Miteva
2013   Vienna, Austria   Margarita Mamun   Hanna Rizatdinova   Silvia Miteva
2015   Minsk, Belarus   Yana Kudryavtseva   Melitina Staniouta   Marina Durunda
2017   Budapest, Hungary   Dina Averina   Katrin Taseva   Neviana Vladinova
2019   Baku, Azerbaijan   Dina Averina   Aleksandra Soldatova   Boryana Kaleyn
2021   Varna, Bulgaria   Dina Averina   Alina Harnasko   Arina Averina

Senior GroupsEdit

All-AroundEdit

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

Single apparatusEdit

Group Single Apparatus Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1988   Helsinki, Finland   Bulgaria   Soviet Union   Spain
1990   Göteborg, Sweden   Bulgaria   Spain   Italy
  Soviet Union
1992   Stuttgart, Germany   Russia   Bulgaria   Spain
1993   Bucharest, Romania   Russia   Bulgaria   Hungary
  Romania
1995   Prague, Czech Republic   Russia   Bulgaria   Spain
1997   Patras, Greece   Russia   Spain
  Ukraine
None awarded
1999   Budapest, Hungary   Greece   Russia   Belarus
2001   Geneva, Switzerland   Russia   Ukraine   Greece
2003   Riesa, Germany   Russia   Bulgaria   Belarus
2006   Moscow, Russia   Russia   Belarus   Italy
2008   Turin, Italy   Italy   Belarus   Bulgaria
2010   Bremen, Germany   Russia   Belarus   Italy
2012   Nizhny Novgorod, Russia   Russia   Belarus   Bulgaria
2014   Baku, Azerbaijan   Bulgaria   Russia   Spain
2016   Holon, Israel   Belarus   Israel   Spain
2018   Guadalajara, Spain   Italy   Ukraine   Russia
2020   Kyiv, Ukraine   Ukraine   Israel   Estonia
2021   Varna, Bulgaria   Bulgaria   Russia   Israel

Mixed apparatusEdit

Group Mixed Apparatus Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1988   Helsinki, Finland   Bulgaria
  Soviet Union
None awarded   Italy
1990   Göteborg, Sweden   Bulgaria
  Soviet Union
None awarded   Spain
1992   Stuttgart, Germany   Spain   Russia   Ukraine
1993   Bucharest, Romania   Bulgaria
  Russia
None awarded   Spain
1995   Prague, Czech Republic   Bulgaria   Spain   France
1997   Patras, Greece   Belarus   Bulgaria   Spain
1999   Budapest, Hungary   Greece   Russia   Spain
2001   Geneva, Switzerland   Belarus   Greece   Bulgaria
2003   Riesa, Germany   Bulgaria   Greece   Italy
2006   Moscow, Russia   Russia   Italy   Bulgaria
2008   Turin, Italy   Russia   Italy   Belarus
2010   Bremen, Germany   Russia   Italy   Belarus
2012   Nizhny Novgorod, Russia   Belarus   Bulgaria   Italy
2014   Baku, Azerbaijan   Russia   Azerbaijan   Bulgaria
2016   Holon, Israel   Israel   Spain   Bulgaria
2018   Guadalajara, Spain   Bulgaria   Italy   Azerbaijan
2020   Kyiv, Ukraine   Turkey   Ukraine   Azerbaijan
2021   Varna, Bulgaria   Israel   Bulgaria   Italy

All-time medal tableEdit

1978–2021, senior events only

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia1054624175
2  Bulgaria522539116
3  Ukraine30342892
4  Soviet Union28181460
5  Belarus11323679
6  Israel56819
7  Greece36110
8  Italy291021
9  Spain241723
10  France1449
11  Azerbaijan13812
12  Turkey1001
13  Czechoslovakia0145
14  Hungary0033
15  Romania0022
16  Estonia0011
  Germany0011
  West Germany0011
Totals (18 nations)241188201630

Multiple gold medalistsEdit

Boldface denotes active rhythmic gymnasts and highest medal count among all rhythmic gymnasts (including these who not included in these tables) per type.

All eventsEdit

Rank Rhythmic gymnast Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Alina Kabaeva   Russia 1998 2006 15 3 3 21
2 Evgeniya Kanaeva   Russia 2007 2012 13 1 14
3 Olena Vitrychenko   Ukraine 1992 1999 10 5 4 19
4 Kateryna Serebrianska   Ukraine 1994 1998 10 5 3 18
5 Dina Averina   Russia 2017 2021 10 4 1 15
6 Alexandra 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 Oksana Skaldina   Soviet Union
  Ukraine
1990 1992 8 1 9
10 Lilia Ignatova   Bulgaria 1980 1986 7 4 11

Individual eventsEdit

Rank Rhythmic gymnast Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Alina Kabaeva   Russia 1998 2006 12 3 2 17
2 Evgeniya Kanaeva   Russia 2007 2012 10 1 11
3 Alexandra Timoshenko   Soviet Union
  Ukraine
1988 1992 9 4 13
4 Kateryna Serebrianska   Ukraine 1994 1998 8 4 3 15
Olena Vitrychenko   Ukraine 1994 1999 8 4 3 15
6 Dina Averina   Russia 2017 2021 7 4 1 12
7 Lilia Ignatova   Bulgaria 1980 1986 7 4 11
8 Anelia Ralenkova   Bulgaria 1982 1984 7 1 1 9
9 Oksana Skaldina   Soviet Union
  Ukraine
1990 1992 7 1 8
10 Yana Kudryavtseva   Russia 2013 2016 7 7

RecordsEdit

Category All events Individual events
Most medals

Junior European ChampionshipsEdit

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 alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  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

External linksEdit