07.09 | 09:00 | Квалификация. Личницы. (Обруч и мяч) 08.09 | 09:00 | Квалификация. Личницы. (Обруч и мяч) 08.09 | 18:30 | Финалы (Обруч и мяч) + церемония открытия 09.09 | 09:00 | Квалификация. Личницы. (Булавы и лента) 10.09 | 09:00 | Квалификация. Личницы. (Булавы и лента) 10.09 | 18:30 | Финалы (Булавы и лента) 11.09 | 15:00 | Финал многоборья. Личницы. Группа B (Места 13-24) 11.09 | 18:30 | Финал многоборья. Личницы. Группа A (Места 1-12) 12.09 | 12:00 | Финал многоборья. Группы. 12.09 | 18:00 | Гала-шоу "enjoy your rhythm" 13.09 | 12:00 | Финалы. Группы.
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The 34th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships get underway in Stuttgart (GER) on Monday. From 2016 Olympic qualification to a possible three-peat by World Champion Yana Kudryavtseva (RUS) and an unpredictable Group competition, here are five reasons we're so excited for competition to begin:
1. The gateway to the 2016 Olympic Games. Fifteen individuals and 10 Groups qualify their countries directly to the Rio Games. Ergo, the battle for 15th place will be just as intense as the battle for the podium.
2. ...and the 2017 World Games. Rhythmic is included in the World Games, the big show for non-Olympic competitions, as an individual event finals only competition. The top 20 places from the All-around final will qualify to the World Games, to be held in July 2017 in Wroclaw (POL).
3. An early test for Yana Kudryavtseva. Not that Kudryavtseva really needs to be tested; as the two-time reigning World champion, the 17-year-old Russian star is considered an early favorite for Olympic gold. The bigger question is whether she can make it an All-around three-peat against rivals Margarita Mamun (RUS), Ganna Rizatdinova (UKR), Melitina Staniouta (BLR) and Son Yeon Jae (KOR), all of whom are considered contenders for multiple medals.
4. An unpredictable Group competition. Bulgaria is defending its 10th World All-around title. Russia, upset in 2014 in the All-around competition, is back with a vengeance. Spain, an event winner in 2013 and 2014, is up for the challenge. Italy scored silver last year and is out for gold. And Israel and Belarus are knocking on the door. There's a lot to watch out for in Group competition, which will be contested this year with the 5 Ribbons and 3 Pairs of Clubs/2 Hoops.
5. You can watch it on Youtube. The FIG is pleased to announce that exercises from the qualifying competition will be uploaded to the FIG YouTube channel. As at previous World Championships, finals will be streamed live. Links to the livestream for the medal rounds will be communicated a few hours before the competition begins.
Growing older has meant becoming wiser as well for Melitina Staniouta (BLR), a perennial contender who has medalled at every Rhythmic World Championship since 2009.
Preparing a second Olympic run has been challenging for the 21-year-old Staniouta, who has nonetheless embraced her role as leader of the Belarussian team. Competing alongside younger teammates Katsiaryna Halkina and Arina Charopa, the silver medal winning Belarussian team from the 2014 Worlds is hoping to qualify two gymnasts among the top 15 in the All-around. That would give gymnasts from Belarus two places in the individual competition at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro next summer.
"The experience that I had (in 2011 at the London qualifying World Championships), it was very hard, and I know that here it will be harder, because it's the second time and I'm first from our team," said Staniouta, who finished 12th at the London Games, where teammate Liubou Charkashyna won the bronze medal. "Before, Liubou was first, and now the others look to me."
Part of being a leader is showing courage in times of adversity. Staniouta faced such a moment at last year's World Championships in Izmir (TUR). Expected to contend for multiple medals, she made several mistakes in the All-around competition and finished seventh overall, far lower than expected.
"I've thought so many times about those mistakes," she sighed after training Saturday in Stuttgart. "I'm trying not to repeat them, to work as I worked in Kiev (in 2013) and Montpellier (in 2011), and at other World Championships. Hopefully Stuttgart will bring me luck."
Although her role on the team has changed, Staniouta's desire to stand alone on the podium hasn't. "When I was younger, when I was even very small, I said that I wanted to be famous. I was maybe five or six years old. I don't know why I said those things, but I think it's in my blood to be a leader," she said. "I wanted to be first and step forward from the others, not only on my team but in the world. I'm still working on that."
In spite of a fatiguing summer schedule and an ankle injury that sidelined her at the recent Kazan world Cup, two-time World Rhythmic All-around champion Yana Kudryavtseva (RUS) is feeling renewed and ready for competition at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships, which begin Monday in Stuttgart (GER).
"This year we have had many competitions, and I have done almost all of them," said Kudryavsteva, who nearly swept the golds at the European Games and European Championships this summer, in addition to taking part in a full slate of World Cup events. "But the World Championships is the biggest competition this year, and here I am not thinking that I'm tired or that I need a rest. I am working at full power, with the help of medical support. Today I do not feel tired. I feel ready."
The 17-year-old Muscovite, nicknamed the "Angel with Iron Wings" has been showing some of that iron. Her presence at the Stuttgart Worlds, where she will attempt to become the youngest gymnast ever to win three consecutive World All-around titles, was cast into question late last month after she withdrew from the Kazan World Cup following the preliminary round. The cause, she said, was a leg injury that kept her out of the gym for nearly a week.
"I didn't train for four days; I just relaxed," she explained Saturday. "After that, we started coming back step by step. I have really only been working for three days. This is the first time in my career I have faced something like this. I am a little bit afraid, but we will see how it goes."
While Kudryavtseva is generally recognised as the favorite to win multiple golds in Stuttgart, she is not without challengers. Her closest competitor, Margarita Mamun (RUS) is also her dearest friend. In the background others, including the scintillating Ganna Rizatdinova (UKR), Melitina Staniouta (BLR) and Son Yeon Jae (KOR) await their opportunity.
The decision that both Kudryavtseva and Aleksandra Soldatova will compete three events in the qualification rounds leaves Kudryavtseva little room for error. Since gymnasts advance to the All-around final based on their top three scores in qualification, all three Russians have a chance to grab the two spots per country up for grabs.
For her part, Kudryavtseva just hopes to remain steady. "(Russian Rhythmic Gymnastics President) Irina Viner told me that I just need to do what I know how to do," she said Saturday. "I don't have any other goals."
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