Emilia Eberle

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At the 1976 Olympics Nadia Comaneci not only made a name for herself, but set a new standard for Romanian gymnastics. To this day promising junior prospects, especially Romanian ones are often hyped up as the “Next Nadia.” Making her debut at the 1978 World Championships, Emilia Eberle was the first gymnast to have ever received this title. In her career Emilia Eberle would win an individual medal at each of the four major competitions of the era. She would also compete in four consecutive Group-1 Competitions (World Championships/Olympics) making her one of the most valuable members of the Romanian program during the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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Results:

1977
Chunichi Cup: 13th-AA

1978
Jr. European Championships: 1st-AA, 1st-VT, 1st-UB, 4th-BB, 2nd-FX
Druzhba: 3rd-Team, 4th-AA, 3rd-VT, 6th-UB, 1st-BB, 5th-FX
World Championships: 2nd-Team, 5th-AA, 5th-VT, 3rd-UB, 3rd-BB, 3rd-FX

1979
Romanian International: 2nd-AA
European Championships: 2nd-AA, 2nd-UB, 2nd-BB
World Cup: 2nd-AA 1st-UB, 1st-BB, 3rd-FX
World Championships: 1st-Team, 3rd-UB, 1st-FX

1980
Romanian International: 3rd-AA, 2nd-BB, 1st-FX
International Mixed Pairs: 2nd-Team
Olympic Games: 2nd-Team, 2nd-UB

1981
Romanian International: 2nd-AA
University Games: 2nd-Team, 2nd-AA
World Championships: Participant

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Results are taken from Score for Score, The Gymternet, GymnasticGreats, My Meet Scores, 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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