Retired in 2004
She was supposed to join Cirque De Soleil in 2005.
at the 2000 Sydney Olympics ranked 6th in the All-Around
During her career, she won 39 medals: 2 silver, 37 gold.
Her medals were 18 World Championships medals, 13 European Championships Medals, 4 World Games Medals, three World Cup medals, and an Olympic Medal.
Even though her career was short, she had the chance to be crowned as the New RG Queen of her time. She garnered popularity with her amazing results at the 1992 European Championships.
During her career, she earned 14 medals: 6 European Championships and 8 World Championships medals.
She is the oldest Olympic champion in rhythmic gymnastics at 21 years old.
She participated in the Russian television, “Star on Ice”
She earned 3 World Championships medals and 8 European Championships Medals and a gold Olympic medal.
She is the 1st female rhythmic gymnast to hold the World, European and Olympic all-around titles at the same time.
She won an incredible 43 medals: 24 European Championships medals, a gold Olympic medal, and 18 World Championships medals.
Even though her career was tarnished by unfavorable favoritisms, she earned 49 medals: 25 European Championships Medals, a bronze Olympic medal, and 23 World Championships medals.
At 20 years old, she retired in 1992
Olexandra was the USSR All-Around Champion. She began rhythmic gymnastics at the age of 8, and it concluded in her twenties. She won 41 medals: 12 medals for World Championships, 27 for the European Championships, a medal for every Olympic Games and as a competitor for the Soviet Union.