Womens Artistic (USA)
Last update: 05/09/2011

Discipline: Womens Artistic
Last update: 05/09/2011 Print
Licence No.: 00000892
Date of birth: 29/09/1978 Age: 37
Gender: Female
Height: 147 cm/4.8 ft Weight: 43 kg/94.8 lb
Place of birth: PHILADELPHIA

Marital status: Single
Children: 0 boys
0 girls
Occupation: Student
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Start Discipline (year): 1983
First Int. Competition (year): 1992
National Team Since (year):
Current Club: All Olympians Gymnastics Center
Head coach: Chris Waller
Assistant coach: Galina Marinova

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Creation date: 1999-08-27
More about BHARDWAJ Mohini:

Mohini capped a superb come back on the internationa scene with a Team Olympic silver medals in Athens 2004 !

Bhardwaj is the daughter of Kaushal and Indu Bhardwaj. Her mother is from Russia and her father from India; they met in Canada. She has one younger brother, Arun (2/7/80), who is a former gymnast. Bhardwaj's first name, Mohini, means "illusion" in Hindi. Bhardwaj began gymnastics at age four in Cincinnati. In 1993, she moved to Florida and trained at Brown's Gymnastics until 1997.

During her career at UCLA, Bhardwaj received numerous honors including the 2000-2001 Honda Award winner for gymnastics, which honors the nation's top female gymnast. Bhardwaj is an 11-time All-American and the winner of the AAI American Award for the nation's top senior gymnast. While at UCLA, she set school marks for the most 10s in a season (8), most career perfect 10s (8), and most 10s in a meet (3). She was a member of the 2001 World Championships team that earned a bronze medal. Bhardwaj is finishing up a double major in Sociology and History at UCLA. She enjoys reading and dancing in her spare time.

Other Achievements:
1997 World Championships, 6th with team

FIG - USA Gymnastics / September 04
Category Rank-F Score-F Rank-Q Score-Q Year Place Level
All Around 8 37.699 2004 ATHENS Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Floor Exercise 6 9.312 2004 ATHENS Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
All Around 18 35.036 12 35.924 2001 GHENT 35th World Artistic Gymnastics Championships