GREBENKOVA Lyudmila
Womens Artistic (Russia)
Last update: 05/09/2011


GREBENKOVA Lyudmila Russia
Discipline: Womens Artistic
Last update: 05/09/2011 Print
Status: Active
Licence No.: 00002465
Date of birth: 04/03/1982 Age: 32
Gender: Female
Height: 141 cm/4.6 ft Weight: 38 kg/83.8 lb
Place of birth: KRASNOGORSK Grebenkova_lyudmila-photo

Hometown: MOSCOW (RUS)
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Children: 0 boys
0 girls
Occupation: Student
Languages Spoken: R
Start Discipline (year): 1988
First Int. Competition (year): 1991
National Team Since (year): 1991
Current Club: Dinamo
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Head coach: Leonid Arkaev (RUS)
Assistant coach: Marina Bulasshenko (RUS)
Choreographer: Natali Sergeeva (RUS)

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Creation date: 1999-08-30
More about GREBENKOVA Lyudmila:
Tiny, skilful and a very experienced gymnast - one of the best performers in the world on A. Bars and Beam. World Championships 2001- Silver medals Team and Beam; 2002 European Champion on Beam, Bronze medallist on A. Bars at the 2002 World Championships; World Championships 2003 - Bronze Beam. Athens Olympic Games - Team Bronze medal. Winner on A. Bars and second on Beam at the recent DTB Cup in Stuttgart, 29 Nov. 2004.

She started training gymnastics with Nadejda Galtsova and Victor Dilivanov in Moscow.

She was the all-around Champion of the Universiade 2001 in China.

A reserve gymnast for the 1999 World Championships in Tianjin, two years later, at the 2001 World Championships in Ghent, Ejova pulled the Russian team out to the silver medal position by hitting a very impressive routine on her best apparatus, the Beam. Only a day later she won the Silver medal in the Beam Finals.

Ejova then finished her very successful 2001 season, by achieving the second place in the All-Around and the victories on Beam and Uneven Bars at the traditional Chunichi Cup, Japan, in the end of the year.

Her European individual medal collection, consisting of two Bronze medals on Beam - as a Junior in 1996 and as a Senior in 1998 - grew to the ultimate, the title European Champion on Beam, in Patras, Greece, in April 2002.

In November 2002, she got a medal at her other strong apparatus: silver on Uneven Bars.
At the Worlds in 2003, she earned another bronze medal at the beam.
In 2004, she helped the Russian team achieve the Olympic bronze medal !

vam - 12.2004
Category Rank-F Score-F Rank-Q Score-Q Year Place Level
All Around 2008 BEIJING Games of the XXIX Olympiad
All Around 85 18.937 2004 ATHENS Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Balance Beam 3 9.550 2003 ANAHEIM 37th World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Uneven Bar 8 9.950 2006 SAO PAULO 13th Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Final
Balance Beam 8 14.200 2006 SAO PAULO 13th Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Final
Uneven Bar 6 13.425 2008 DOHA 1st Doha Artistic Gymnastics World Cup
Balance Beam 3 15.025 2008 DOHA 1st Doha Artistic Gymnastics World Cup
Balance Beam 1 15.475 2007 GLASGOW Glasgow Grand Prix
Balance Beam 3 14.825 6 14.325 2007 STUTTGART 25th DTB Pokal
Uneven Bar 11 8.525 2004 LYON 13th French International Tournament
Balance Beam 1 9.400 1 9.450 2004 LYON 13th French International Tournament