Bulgaria wins five medals at rhythmic gymnastics world cup in Pesaro, Italy

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The Bulgarian rhythmic gymnastics team won the gold medal in the three rings and two pairs of clubs finals in the first rhythmic gymnastics world cup for the year in Pesaro, Italy.

Second comes Ukraine, and third – Israel. This was the second medal for the Bulgarian group team at the world cup in Pesaro after the silver in the all-around event. This means the Bulgarian gymnasts are taking home a total of five medals, after Boryana Kaleyn won the silver in the ball finals, and the bronze in the all-around, and Katrin Taseva – the silver in the ribbon.


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