Olympics: Rivkin 7th in Women's rhythmic gymnastics

August 11, 2012 18:35


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LONDON - Israel's Neta Rivkin came in 7th in the women's rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around competition on Saturday.

Russia's Evgeniya Kanaeva won the Olympic gold medal, Russia's Daria Dmitrieva won the silver and Belarus' Liubou Charkashyna won the bronze.


Results Table
 1.  Evgeniya Kanaeva (Russia)    116.900
 2.  Daria Dmitrieva (Russia)     114.500
 3.  Liubou Charkashyna (Belarus) 111.700
 4.  Aliya Garayeva (Azerbaijan)  111.575
 5.  Son Yeon Jae (South Korea)   111.475
 6.  Alina Maksymenko (Ukraine)   109.625
 7.  Neta Rivkin (Israel)         109.000
 8.  Silviya Miteva (Bulgaria)    108.950
 9.  Joanna Mitrosz (Poland)      108.900
 10. Ganna Rizatdinova (Ukraine)  107.400

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