IK GYM Miami News and Updates

  • The Best Films for Young Athletes – 12 Inspirational Sports Movies
    Good sports films inspire kids to feel dedication, the desire for victory, and teach them the essential life lessons and skills. Check out these 12 inspiring, compassionate and lively-feel great movies - your athlete will love them! Full Out (2016) A gymnast comes back from a devastating injury with the help of her inspiring coach in this film based on a true story. Ariana Berlin (Ana Golja), a teenage gymnast and hip-hop dancer, is involved in a serious car accident that threatens to derail her career. She is aided in her recovery, however, by her dedicated coach Val (Jennifer Beals), and ends up making the UCLA women's gymnastics team, and chasing one of her biggest goals.   Dangal (2016) Dangal ('Wrestling') revolves around the extraordinary life of Mahavir Singh, an ex-wrestler who is forced to give up his dreams of winning gold for India in international wrestling due to lack of financial support. When his eldest daughter Geeta, aged 14 and his second daughter Babita, aged 12, bash up a group of boys from the…
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  • Paws for a Cause Invitational 2018
    Paws for a Cause Rhythmic Invitational was traditionally held at the Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of Atlanta on February 9-11. It was fun, energetic, fast paced and brilliantly run. Three of IK gymnasts competed at the meet and none of them went back home without AA medals! Congratulations to girls and their coach Valentina - you make us happy and proud! No matter how many IK gymnasts go to a competition - they always rank high at rhythmic meets. Results - IK School of Gymnastics Level 3 Leora Bikbulatova - 1st AA Sofia Novova - 2nd AA Level 5  Karina Georgieva - 2nd floor, 2nd ball, 2nd clubs, 2nd AA, 3rd hoop Paws for a Cause Invitational 2018 - Official Results
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  • Orlando Cup Rhythmic Gymnastics Invitational 2018
    The First Orlando Cup Invitational was organized by Central Florida’s Sonya Flex Academy, who has recruited the top gymnastics experts and recognized official sponsors of the area. The competition took place on February 2-4 2018 in Winter Park, Florida. We were happy to bring the entire IK Rhythmic Team to the event - about 50 gymnasts participated and brought home 31 gold, 30 silver and 25 bronze medals! We are proud of our team! Congratulations, girls and coaches! Results - IK School of Gymnastics [embed][/embed] Level 3 Victoria Arango - 2nd rope Alsu Ospan - 3rd rope Polina Proscurmia - 1st ball, 1stAA Mia Montalenti - 1st floor Alena Koneva - 1st rope, 2nd AA Leora Bikbulatova - 2nd ball Level 4 Ameli Dubova - 3rd floor Alexis Kalashyan - 1st floor, 1st hoop, 1st ball, 1st AA Rachel Rodrigez - 1st floor, 2nd hoop, 3rd AA Milla Shavladze - 1st floor, 1st hoop, 1st ball, 1st AA Rada Stepa - 2nd floor Alejandra Kirkpatrick - 1st floor, 2nd hoop, 1st ball, 2nd AA Valeria Yones…
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  • 2018 LA Lights Tournament of Champions – Results
    IK was absolutely delighted to participate in this monumental event! 2018 LA Lights Tournament of Champions was held in Culver City, California on January 26-28, 2018. This is one of the most important rhythmic gymnastic competitions in the world. This celebration of athletic prowess and ambitious challenges attracts some of the best female athletes from across the United States and the entire world. We had a wonderful time and made a lot of great memories! Congratulations to our girls and their coaches with the beginning of the season! Results - IK School of Gymnastics Level 4 Mila Shavladze - 1st floor, 1st hoop, 1st ball, 1st AA, 2nd over all Champion in Level 4 Level 5 Stephania Mishtal - 1st clubs,2nd hoop, 3rd ball, 3rd AA Level 6  Elizaveta Samardak - 3rd rope, 3rd AA Addison Runzheimer - 3rd floor, 3rd hoop Level 7 Jaelyn Chin - 1st floor, 1st hoop, 1st AA, 1st over all champion in Level 7 Irina Fesyun - 2nd ball, 3rd hoop, 3rd clubs, 2nd AA, 2nd over all champion in Level 6 Yana Kovalkova - 3rd ball For all IK…
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