In Pesaro summed up the final stage of the World Cup

It's time to analyze the performance of our athletes at the final stage of the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup, which has just ended in Pesaro, Italy. Recall that among the representatives from 31 countries in the tournament there were such well-known names on the world stage as Sofia Raffaeli and Milena Baldassari (Italy), Elizaveta Polstyanaya (Latvia), Ekaterina Vedeneeva (Slovenia), Stiliana Nikolova (Bulgaria), and among the teams in In group exercises, the strongest teams from Bulgaria, Italy, Ukraine, China, Japan, etc. were represented. The performance of Tahmina Ikromova, who seriously competed with more experienced athletes, was more than worthy. According to the results of the all-around, a pupil of the Samarkand gymnastics school, and now a member of the national team of Uzbekistan, took 4th place with a total of 118.300 points, skipping ahead of the winners Stiliana Nikolov, Milena Baldassari and the winner Sofia Raffaeli. In addition, she successfully qualified for three finals. Already here, for the exercise with the hoop, Ikramova received 30.550 b. and also ranked 4th. 29.650, this is the amount of points for the performance with the ball, as a result, 6th place. She completed her participation in Pesaro Tahmina with maces. 29.950 b and 7th place. As for the performance of our group players, here, as in the case of Takhmina, the most powerful composition of the national teams was presented, regulars with the highest awards of world championships and the Olympic Games. Once again, the Uzbek gymnasts were able to pass all the tests with dignity. The team, which included Shakhzoda Ibragimova, Nargiz Jumaniyazov, Mumtoza Iskhakzoda, Nilufar Azamova, Maria Pak and Khurshida Abduraufova, received 52.800 points in the all-around and this is the 9th result. Our girls made it to the finals with an exercise with 5 hoops. 27.850, these points were enough to take 7th place. Thus, the start in Pesaro showed what needs to be paid attention to in preparation for the continental championship, which will be held in Thailand in the very near future, namely, June 23-26.