Bulgaria’s rhythmic gymnastics team wins bronze at 3 balls and 2 ropes routine in Pesaro

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Bulgaria’s rhythmic gymnastics team won bronze medal at the 3 balls and 2 ropes routine in the last day of the 2017 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Pesaro (Italy). Simona Dyankova, Elena Bineva, Laura Traats, Madlen Radukanova and Teodora Alexandrova earned 18.600 points. Russia grabbed the gold medals with 18.900 points and Japan won the silver medals with 18.650 points.

Bulgaria has ended up fourth in the rankings by medals with one silver medal (in the all-around for the group teams) and two bronze ones (Neviana Vladinova at the final in ball and the group team with balls and ropes).

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