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Alina is Russia's most successful rhythmic gymnast to date, and is also one of the most decorated gymnasts in the history of rhythmic gymnastics.

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Kabaeva started rhythmic gymnastics in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 1987 at age 4. Her father was a professional football (soccer) player and the family was constantly following him to different places in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Russia. At first many coaches did not like her because they thought that she was too "heavy" and "ugly" to be a rhythmic gymnast, none of them seemed to consider her a gymnast of any particular talent. In her young teens she moved to Russia, there her mother took her to the Russian head coach Irina Viner, who liked her from the start.






She made her international debut in 1996. In 1998 at age 15 Alina took out the European Championships in Portugal, her victory considered by many to be completely "out of the blue". Back then she was the youngest member of the Russian squad and she was competing alongside internationally recognised teammates, like Amina Zaripova. In 1999 Alina became European Champion for the second consecutive time and stole the World title in Osaka, Japan. She went on winning a total of 5 all-around titles at the European Championships and added another World title in 2003 in Budapest, Hungary.

At the 2000 Sydney Olympics


No one doubted her taking the All-Around gold until, on her second performance, the most unexpected thing happened. Alina dropped her hoop and ran to retrieve it outside the competition area. She took home the bronze.


At the 2004 Athens Olympics she took home the gold with a score of 108.400 (Hoop 26.800, Ball 27.350, Clubs 27.150, Ribbon 27.100), the Silver medal went to her teammate Irina Tchachina.


During October 2004 Alina announced her retirement from the sport. However in June 2005 Russian head coach Irina Viner announced a possible comeback. Alina made her comeback at an Italy-Russia friendly competition in Genoa, 10 September, 2005. On March 5, 2006, Alina was placed first at the Gazprom Moscow Grand Prix, with fellow Russians Vera Sessina and Olga Kapranova placing second and third.
Since 2005 she is a member of the Public Chamber of Russia.

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