Azerbaijani gymnast of Russian origin published her swimsuit photo 22:51

Samira Mustafayeva, Azerbaijani gymnast of Russian origin and master of rhythmic gymnastics, shared a new photo with her subscribers.

In the photo, Mustafaeva poses in a black swimsuit.

Mustafaeva was born on January 15, 1993 in St. He was born in St. Petersburg. He started competing for the Azerbaijan national team in 2007 and participated in the World Cup, World and European Championships. During this time, she won a bronze medal twice at the World Club Championships in Japan (2008, team and individual events) and a bronze medal at the World Championships in Japan (2009, team all-around). She also won a bronze medal at the World Championships in Moscow (2010, team all-around) and has won numerous medals in international tournaments and competitions.

In 2012, St. He started playing in the St. Petersburg national team. Mustafaeva finished her professional career in 2013 and opened a network of stretching and fitness studios four years later.

Previously Russian gymnast posted a photo in a bright swimsuit.

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Source: Gazeta


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