The Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix series arrives in Holon for its annual visit on Friday and Saturday.
The competition will be held for the first time in the city’s newly built arena, which will also host the Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships next year.
Israel will be represented by four senior athletes in the individual events, led by Neta Rivkin and Victoria Filanovsky. The national team will take part in the team event, with Israel to also be represented in the junior competitions. Over 300 gymnasts from 28 countries will take part in the different events in Holon.
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