MOSCOW, August 30 (R-Sport) – Russia’s Yana Kudryavtseva won gold in the individual all-around at the world rhythmic gymnastics championships in Kiev on Friday.
The 15-year-old scored 73.866 points, beating Ukrainian silver medalist Ganna Rizatdinova's 73.041 and Belarusian Melitina Staniouta's 72.166.
Kudryavtseva claimed gold in the ball, clubs and team categories at the European championships in Vienna earlier this year.
The Kiev competition wraps up on September 1.
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