Russia's Ksenia Afanasyeva has the uneven bars as her weakest event. Nevertheless, she made the event's final during the 2009 European championships.

Back then, she had nice body lines and swing, but she seems to always underrotate her full in tuck dismount. 

She does four bar transitions, a maloney (D), maloney half (E), flight to half turn (D) and stalder w/counter movement (C). She also does D rated Jaeger and Tkatchev as bar releases.

She scored a 14.650 with a D score of 6.1, tying for fourth place with then first year senior Yuona Dufournet of France.

At these championships, Ksenia won her first and only all around medal at one of the top three major international competitions, a silver behind her teammate Ksenia Semenova.

The Russian gymnast said in a recent interview that she will no longer train or compete on bars.


Please note that the routine was judged according to 2013-2016 CoP



Written by Gigi Farid



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