Linoy Ashram wins two gold medals in 2019 European Games

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June 24, 2019 09:31
Israeli Linoy Ashram, Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships, 2018

Israeli Linoy Ashram notched a silver medal in the individual Hoops competition at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships this week as she continued to twirl her way toward the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.. (photo credit: OCI/COURTESY)


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Rhythmic gymnast Liroy Ashram won two gold medals in Minsk on Saturday during the 2019 European Games.

Ashram won the gold for her ball routine and clubs performance, the Jewish Press reported.
In terms of points, she scored 22,500 points for the ball routine and 22,700 for the club performance, Israel Hayom reported. 

Ashram came in sixth place for her individual hoop routine. 
The Israeli Olympic Committee released on social media that Ashram also won a silver medal in ribbon, she also won a silver medal in all-around on Friday. 

"Israeli pride!" The post said, further stating Ashram "moves the heart of the whole nation."    

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