17 women of the Russian Olympic Athletes team (OAR) not only captivated the world’s attention because of their accomplishments, but also because of their captivating levels,
1. Yelena Isinbayeva
Yelena Isinbayeva one of the sexiest daughter athletes in the world and Most Beautiful and Stunning Female Russian Athletes was the men’s magazine version of FHM and Playboy in 2010. The charm is so strong, especially if already wearing a sexy dress. The Russian contingent trusted him as the main jumping pole, due to his status as a gold medalist in the years 2004 and 2008. Many of the parties rediction, it will be a success again in London 2012.
2. Svetlana Tkacheva
Svetlana Tkacheva (33) is originally from Moscow and is regarded as one of the most professional national hockey team members. He has been awarded the nine-time Russian champion and currently plays for the Women’s hockey Club “SKIF” in the city of Nizhny Novgorod.
3. Galina Arsenkina
Galina Arsenkina (26) comes from Moscow. Initially, he wanted to become a beautiful skating athlete, but due to an injury he had experienced when he was 12 years old, he was forced to move to a curling (sports launching rocks on the surface of the ice). He has six times won various national championships as a member of various curling teams. Not only that, Arsenkina won the title of European champion while playing for the Russian team in 2016. Galina Arsenkina has also become the most beautiful and stunning female russian athletes.
4. Yulia Belomestnykh,
Born and raised in Orenburgskaya Oblast, Yulia Belomestnykh (21) started her sports career as a track athlete or track (a sport that combines various athletic matches based on running skills, Jumping, and throwing), and his training in the bobsled (winter sports stage the speed of sliding in the narrow ice circuit and winding with a snowmobiling) began in 2015. In 2016, he was already a member of the Russian bobsled team.
5. Artyom Korotayev
Alena Zavarzina (28) comes from Novosibirsk City and starts playing snowboard at the age of 10. Since 2006, he has participated in various international competitions, and earned the giant slalom world title. In 2014 then, Zavarzina received an award in the form of Medal of “service mark on Homeland”.
6. Viktoriya Moiseeva
Viktoriya Moiseeva (27) comes from the Chelyabinskaya Oblast As a young man, he briefly practiced choreography, but later switched to a curling. He now lives in Saint Petersburg, and, like Galina Arsenkina, won the European Championship in 2016 for the Russian team.
7. Sofya Fedorova
This time the Winter Olympics became the international debut for the Sofya Fedorova (19) who was born and raised in Moscow. In 2015, he won the World Championship junior snowboarding freestyle. Sofya Fedorova has also become the most beautiful and stunning female russian athletes.
8. Viktoriya Zavadovskaya
Viktoriya Zavadovskaya (22) is originally from Moscow. He is a member of the Russian cross-country ski team since 2015. She has just started her international Ski career where this sport is among the most popular sports in Russia Today.
9. Angelina Goncharenko
Angelina Goncharenko (23) is originally from Moscow and played for the women’s hockey Club “Tornado” in Dmitrov (64 km from Moscow). However, on most of his career trips, he played on the men’s team, and as a member of the National hockey team he won a bronze medal at the 2013 World Hockey championships.
10. Natalya Zabiyako
Born in Tallinn, Estonia, 23 years ago, Natalya Zabiyako has represented Russia since 2014. He won numerous awards, including earning a bronze medal at the 2018 European Beautiful skating Championship in Moscow not long ago.
11. Diana Kanaeva
Diana Kanaeva (20) is a native of Saint Petersburg and is an attacker in the city’s “Dynamo” Hockey Club. He received a bronze medal at the 2015 Junior Hockey Championships, this sport is so famous that it belongs to the most popular sport in Russia Today.
12. Yulia Efimova
The world champion’s 100-metre chest style titular holder, Yulia Efimova, was finally given a green light to compete in Rio. He won the appeal he filed for the sports Arbitration Court against the International Swimming Federation (FINA) decision which banned athletes from joining the Olympics due to the use of doping in the past. However, rivals and audiences both demonstrate their dismisdestination for Yulia’s participation in the Olympics. Two years ago, the champion of the world four times left Russia and began training in the US. The decision turned out to help him avoid the bad luck that now befalls other Russian swimmers. Yulia won two silver medals in the 100 and 200 m chest styles pool.
13. Yana Kudryavtseva
Yana Kudryavtseva is a rhythmic gymnastics star. This 18 year old girl has 13 times become a world champion. Not surprisingly, she became a favorite in her first Olympic debuts this year. Joining adult sports in 2013, he became the world’s youngest world champion. Without a doubt, Kudryavtseva’s career will shine in the future.
14. Elena Vesnina
Tennis player Elena Vesnina is the doubles champion of the Grand Slam in the French Open tournament (Roland Garros, 2013), twice the Fed Cup champion (2007 and 2008) as a member of the Russian team, and the 12 Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tournament champion. Along with Yekaterina Makarova, Elena has managed to qualify for the Olympic double semifinals and will soon struggle to seize the medal.
15. Aliya Mustafina.
Aliya Mustafina. Six years ago, nobody could have marked it. However, in 2011, he suffered a serious injury. Since then, he has had to undergo exercises, surgery, and healing therapies simultaneously. Aliya is an Olympic champion and three times winning the world championship. At his first London Olympics (2012), he won four medals. In Russia, Aliya is a symbol of courage and determination in sports. At the Rio 2016 Olympics, Mustafina has won a bronze medal of the individual floor gymnastics branch of the princess.
16. Maria Verchenova
In 2008, Maria Verchenova became the first Russian player to compete in the EuroTour Championship — the world’s most prestigious women’s professional golf tournament. At the Rio 2016 Olympics, Golf was incorporated into one of the sport’s contested branches. Maria will represent Russia as a single player on women’s golf branches.
17. Darya Klishina
The distant jump athlete Darya Klishina is the only athlete of the trajectory and field representing Russia at the Rio 2016 Olympics. The European champion’s double-winning women are also Russian media favourites. Rio 2016 will be the first Olympics for Darya, and it is also a sports event that is “the most deserted” for the athlete without the presence of his teammates.
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