Svetlana Agapova

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Svetlana Agapova was a strong contributing member of the Soviet program during the 1977-1980 Olympic quad. Her most notable accomplishment was winning the 1977 Chunichi Cup at just 13 years old. The Soviets demonstrated a high degree of confidence in Agapova by entering her into competitions such as the American Cup, Champions-All, Chunichi Cup, and the World Cup. Only the European Championships, World Championships, and Olympics were more prestigious. Agapova was a member of the 1978 World Championships team and was the alternate on the 1980 Olympic team. She can frequently be seen celebrating with teammates during the Olympic broadcasts.

World Championships & Olympic Competition:


undefined Druzhba: 3rd-AA, 1st-Team
undefined URS-GDR Dual Meet (Junior): 4th-AA
URS-FRG Dual Meet (Junior): 1st-AA
URS-HUN Dual Meet (Junior): 5th-AA, 2nd-Team
undefined 1977 International Junior Championships (Tokyo): 4th-AA, 1st-BB
undefined 1977 International Junior Championships (Osaka): 1st-BB, 1st-FX
Chunichi Cup: 1st-AA

Moscow News: 3rd-AA, 2nd-FX
Champions All: 5th-AA
World Championships: DNQ-AA, DNQ-VT, DNQ-UB, DNQ-BB, DNQ-FX, 1st-Team
World Cup: 8th-AA, 3rd-BB

Moscow News: 4th-AA
USSR Cup: 3rd-AA, 9th-Team

American Cup: DNQ-AA (9th in Prelims)
International Mixed Pairs 3 on 3: 9th-Team (T)
undefined Riga International: 4th-AA, 4th-FX
USSR Championships: 6th-AA, 5th-VT, 2nd-BB, 6th-FX
USSR Cup: 6th-AA
Olympics: Alternate

USSR Championships: 6th-BB


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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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