Aliya Mustafina

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In an era defined by the dominance of Simone Biles, Aliya Mustafina seemed to dominate everyone else. Besides Biles, she is the only other gymnast to have won a medal on every event in the last decade. At the 2010 World Championships Mustafina led the Russian team to its first and to date only, win in the team competition. Mustafina would go on to be one of the few gymnasts to have multiple Olympic All-Around medals, but perhaps her most impressive accomplishment is being back-to-back Olympic Champion on the uneven bars. It has become a considerably harder event in recent gymnastics history due to the rise of specialists.

Aliya Mustafina did it all while overcoming a torn ACL at the 2011 European Championships. Historically speaking, top AA contenders rarely maintain their top form after suffering a major injury. In light of that injury, Mustafina medal haul is considerably more impressive than it looks.

World Championships & Olympic Competition:

Results:

2008
European Championship, Claremont-Ferrand (France): 1-Team, 2-AA, 4-Bars, 4-Floor exercise

2009
Championship of Russia: 1-AA, 1-Team, 2-Bars, 1-Balance, 3-Floor exercise
Russian Cup: 1-AA

2010
World Championship Rotterdam (Netherlands)
1-Team, 1-AA, 2-Vault, 2-Bars, 7-Balance beam, 2-Floor exercise
European Championship Birmingham (Great Britain): 1-Team, 2-Beam, 2-Bars, 8 -Floor exercise
Russian Cup: 1- AA, 2-Vault, 1-Bars, 3-beam, 1-Floor exercise

2011
European Championships Berlin (Germany): 24- AA

2012
Russian Cup: 2-AA, 1-Bars, 2-beam, 1-Floor exercise, 1-Team
Russian Championship: 1-Team, 1-AA, 5-Log, 1-Bars
European Championship Brussels (Belgium): 2-Team
Olympic Games London (UK): 2-Team, 3-AA, 1-Bars, 3-Floor Exercise

2013
European Championship: 1-AA, 1-Bars
Russian Championship: 1-AA, 3-Bars, 2-Team
Universiade: 1-Team, 1-AA, 1-Bars, 2-Balance beam, 9-Floor exercise
World Championship: 3-AA, 3-Bars, 1-Beam

2014
Championship of Russia: 1-AA, 6-Bars, 3-Beam
Russian Cup: 1-AA, 2-Bars, 1-Beam, 1-Floor exercises
European Champion: 3-Team, 2-Bars, 3-Beam
World Championship: 3-Team, 4-AA, 6-Bars, 3-Beam, 3-Floor Exercise

2015
European Games, Baku: Team – 1, AA – 1, Bars – 1, Floor exercise – 2

2016
Russian Championship: Team – 2, Bars – 3, Beam – 3
European Championship: Team – 1, Bars – 3, Log – 1
Russian Cup: Team – 4, AA – 3
Olympic Games (Brazil): Team – 2, AA – 3, Bars – 1

2017
Did not compete

2018
Championship of Russia (Kazan): Team – 1, AA – 4, Bars – 6, Beam – 4
World Championships (Doha): Team all-around – 2, Bars – 5

2019
Russian Championship 2019 (Penza): Team – 1, AA – 3, Bars – 4, Balance beam – 8, Floor exercise – 3

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Results are taken from Score for Score, The Gymternet, GymnastcGreats, Gymn-Forum, the official websites of various national gymnastics federations, newspaper clippings, classic gymnastics magazines, and in some cases, were provided by the gymnasts themselves. An explanation for the meaning of these undefined symbols can be found here.

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