Top-8 Most Beautiful and Successful Russian Female Athletes
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Dear Ladies, on Women’s Day Russian Accent wishes you all the best! Today we decided to publish pictures and information about eight young and beautiful Russian female athletes, who became successful through hard work and strong commitment to their goals. We hope that their example will inspire you to reach new heights and make you believe that everything in your life is possible!
By Anastasia Fistashka
Anna Sidorova (25) is a Russian curling player, Honored Master of Sports of Russia (2013), two-time European champion, six-times champion of Russia, participant of the Olympic Games in 2010 and 2014. At the 2014 Winter Olympics, Sidorova was the captain of the Russian team. She was publicly announced as the most beautiful Russian athlete of 2013.
#Repost @rsportru with @repostapp. ・・・ Российская керлингистка, двукратная чемпионка Европы Анна Сидорова в четверг побывала в гостях у @rsportru. Интервью со спортсменкой читайте на нашем сайте в ближайшее время. Фото: Владимир Трефилов/РИА Новости #teamsidorova #annasidorova #curling #russia #teamrussia #аннасидорова #керлинг #россия #рспорт #rsport
Natalia Fraydina (38) is one of the most respected and well-known Russian female autoracers. She is Russia’s only female representative in Formula JK Racing Asia Series championship. She is married and has two children. Natalia currently lives in Switzerland.
Yelena Isinbaeva (34) is a Russian pole vaulter. Yelena is Honored Master of Sports of Russia and two-time Olympic champion. She became the first woman to clear the five-meter barrier in 2005 and set 28 world records in the discipline. In 2012, she was recognized as the most successful athlete in modern Russia. Yelena graduated from the Volgograd State Academy of Physical Culture and is now continuing her post-graduate studies there. She is married and has one daughter.
Здравствуйте мои хорошие!!! В СМИ сейчас гуляет так много противоречивых новостей о моем ВОЗМОЖНОМ возвращении в большой спорт, так, что я лично решила вам сообщить о наших планах. Сейчас я полностью занята своей доченькой и семьей и делаю лишь легкую зарядку. К полноценным тренировкам приступим не ранее чем в июне 2015г. Основной целью для нас являются Олимпийские игры в Рио де Жанейро 2016 года, так ,что в 2015 году участвовать в соревнованиях я не буду. Это наши планы, а как будет в реальности, покажет время. Всем отличного настроения и спасибо большое за поддержку!!! 😉
Liaysan Utiasheva (31) is a Russian athlete, Honored Master of Sports in rhythmic gymnastics, the winner of numerous Russian and international competitions, world champion, six-time European champion. Liaysan is also a famous TV host and a sports commentator. She is married to Russian comedian and actor Pavel Volya. The couple has two children – a son and a daughter.
Maria Kirilenko (29) is a Russian tennis player. Kirilenko won her first WTA Tour title in 2005 and got a bronze at the 2012 London Olympics. In 2013, she became the world’s № 10 tennis player. The young woman is married to Russian official Aleksey Stepanov and has a son.
Daria Klishina (25) is a Russian long jumper. She won World Youth Championships and the European Youth Olympics in 2007. She was recognized as the “Sexiest Female Athlete of Russia-2010” according to voting results published on Russian online platform RuNet.
Adelina Sotnikova (19) is a Russian figure skater. She won the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Figure Skating. Adelina was often called a”child prodigy” in Figure Skating, as at the age of 13 she already could perform two extremely difficult moves over the course of one program. The young woman is also a two-time European silver medalist and a four-time Russian national champion.
Alyona Alekhina (27) is a Russian snowboarder. Alyona repeatedly won Russia’s snowboard championship. She is also the winner of the 2012 European Cup in snowboard halfpipe.
#tbt A year ago after I won Russian Championship in both disciplines, slope style and half-pipe. So, funny thing, until this week, being paralyzed for almost 11 months, I was still an absolute Champion of Russia. I've been a Champion of Russia 7 times for 6 years in a row. Now it's finally time to let others enjoy too, I guess. It hurts not to be a part of this anymore though, not gonna lie. But I have a way bigger Championship going on over here, with a very mean competitor I have to beat. My own and my main competition. #fighting_hard #hurting
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