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Gymnasts Who Used Eurovision Songs For Their Floor Music

Photo by Silvia Vatteroni Music is a very important aspect in floor routines. It is picked according to the gymnast's personality a...

Photo by Silvia Vatteroni

Music is a very important aspect in floor routines. It is picked according to the gymnast's personality and skill set.

Here are the gymnasts who used songs from the Eurovision song contest for their floor music.

Jordyn Wieber (USA)

Perhaps Jordyn Wieber's floor music is the most popular example on this list. The American gymnast chose "Wild Dances" by Ukrainian singer-songwriter Ruslana. The song, which was released in 2003, won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004.






Samantha Pezsek (USA) & Ruby Harrold (Great Britain)

2008 Olympic silver medalist Samantha Pezsek and World bronze medalist Ruby Harrold danced to "My Number One" by Greek singer Helena Paparizou. The song won the Eurovision contest in 2005.




Kim Janas (Germany) 

Kim Janas used Fairytale by Norway's Alexander Rybak. The song won the Eurovision in 2009.




Lara Omahen (Slovenia)

Lara Omahen used the 2010 Eurovision winner song Satellite by Lena of Germany.






Maria Holbura (Romania)

My SÅ‚owianie - We Are Slavic by Donatan & Cleo (2014) was the choice of Maria Holbura.






Rachael Flam (USA)

Flam tumbled to Dancing Lasha Tumbai by Verka Serduchka. The song  finished runner-up to Serbia's "Molitva" at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest.




Lu Yufei (China)

Hora Din Moldova by Nelly Ciobanu was the choice of Lu Yufei




Katelyn Ohashi (USA)

Ohashi used  Always by Aysel and Arash (2009) for her floor routine entry.




Written by Gigi Farid

Post inspired by ****-yeah-oleg-verniaiev


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