Yulia Belokobylskaya
Belokobylskaya at the 2012 Swiss Cup


Belo (by fans)

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December 14 1995 (1995-12-14) (age 21)
Rostov-Na-Donu, Rostov Oblast, Russia

Current status


Yulia Belokobylskaya (Russian: Юлия Белокобыльская, born 14 December 1995 in Rostov-Na-Donu, Russia) is a Russian artistic gymnast. She won a bronze medal in floor exercise at the 2011 European Championships and the silver medal in the team final at 2011 Word Championships. She is also the 2011 Russian national champion in the floor exercise.



At the International Gymnix Classic in Montreal in March 2009, Belokobylskaya won a bronze medal with the Russian Team. She also won a bronze medal in the floor exercise, and finished seventh in the vault and eighth in the all-around.


In February 2011, Belokobylskaya competed at Russian Nationals. She won Gold in the floor exercise and bronze on the beam. She also finished fifth in the all-around.

Belokobylskaya next competed at the Cottbus Challenger Cup in Germany in March 2011 where she finished seventh on the uneven bars.

At the City of Jesolo Trophy later in March 2011, Belokobylskaya won bronze with the Russian team and finished seventh in the all-around with a score of 54.650.

Belokobylskaya next competed at the European Championships where she won a bronze medal in the floor exercise with a score of 14.450 (just 0.050 behind the Gold medal winner Sandra Izbaşa).

She was named to the Russian team for the World Championships in Tokyo, and contributed to their silver medal finish behind the United States.


Belokobylskaya competed at the Russian Cup, where she placed seventh in the all-around. She was not added to the Olympic training squad.

Belokobylskaya continued to compete after the Olympics. In November, she competed at the Swiss Cup Zürich, but didn't make the finals. Shortly afterwards, she quietly retired.

Medal Count

Year Event TF AA VT UB BB FX
2009International Gymnix3rd873rd
2011Russian Championships53rd1st
Cottbus World Cup7
City of Jesolo Trophy3rd7
Berlin European Championships3rd
Tokyo World Championships2nd
2012Russian Cup7

Floor Music

2011 (Russian Cup, World Championships, and Stuttgart World Cup) - "Ice Symphony" by Edvin Marton

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