Ştefania Stănilă
Stanila stefania 2012 euros
Stănilă at the 2012 Junior European Championships

Full name

Alina Ştefania Stănilă



Country represented

Flag of Romania Romania


December 27 1997 (1997-12-27) (age 19)
Petrosani, Hunedoara, Transylvania, Romania


CNS Cetate Deva


Gheorghe Orban, Lacramioara Moldovan and Cristian Moldovan

Current status


Alina Ştefania Stănilă is an elite Romanian gymnast. She represented Romania at the 2012 Junior European Championships, 2013 World Championships, and 2014 European Championships, and currently trains in Deva. She is 2014 European gold medalist with the team. Her best events are vault and floor exercise.

Junior Career

Stănilă's international debut came at the 2011 Nadia Comaneci Invitational, where she placed fifth in the all-around. In 2012, she competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy, placing fourth with the Romanian team and eleventh in the all-around. Stănilă emerged on the gymnastics scene at the Junior European Championships, where she contributed to the team bronze medal and won silver on vault. At the Romanian Nationals that year, she won gold her team, and on vault and bars, bronze on beam, and placed fourth in the all-around.

Senior Career


Stănilă's senior debut came at the Romanian Nationals in September. She won gold with her team and placed in every final: fourth on vault, fifth in the all-around and on floor, and eighth on bars and beam. Not long after that, she was named to the Romanian team for the World Championships, replacing an injured Diana Bulimar. She competed on beam and floor, but didn't qualify for the event finals.

She went on to replace Andreea Iridon in the Romanian team for the Elite Gym Massilia in November. In the Master Team division at the Massilia, the Romanian team won the all-around, vault, beam, and floor, and placed sixth on bars. Individually, she placed 21st in the all-around.


In early March, she was named to the Romanian team for the City of Jesolo Trophy.[1] There, she competed in a mixed team, with Andreea Munteanu, Silvia Zarzu, and gymnasts from Italy and USA. The mixed team did not place in the team final, but Stanila placed fifth on floor and fourteenth in the all-around. In April, she competed in a friendly meet against gymnasts from Belgium and France, winning team gold and all-around bronze.

She was selected to the Romanian team for the European Championships in May, where she contributed to her team's gold medal finish. At the Romanian Nationals in August, she won silver in the all-around, bronze on vault and floor, and placed eighth on beam. The following week, she competed at a friendly meet against Germany and Switzerland, winning a team silver medal.

She was named to the Romanian team for the World Championships in Nanning, China. She didn't have the best outing in qualifications, falling on balance beam, and dropping Romania to seventh place heading into the team final. She couldn't quite shake off the nerves in the final, falling on bars and beam. She was in tears after the Romanian team came in fourth place. She qualified to the all-around final and finished nineteenth.

Medal Count

Year Event TF AA VT UB BB FX
2011Nadia Comaneci Invitational5
2012City of Jesolo Trophy411
FRA-ROU Friendly1st1st
Brussels Junior European Championships3rd2nd
Romanian National Championships1st41st1st3rd
2013Romanian National Championships1st54885
Élite Gym Massilia - Master Team1st21
2014City of Jesolo Trophy145
BEL-FRA-ROU Friendly1st3rd
Sofia European Championships1st
Romanian National Championships2nd3rd83rd
SUI-GER-ROU Friendly2nd510964
Nanning World Championships419

Floor Music

2010-2012 - "Jasmine" by Didyulja

2012-2013 - "The Puss Suite" from Puss In Boots

2014 - "Game On" by Hans Zimmer


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