Polina Viktorovna Spirina (Russian: Полина Викторовна Спирина; born April 14 in Novosibirsk) is an elite Russian gymnast.
Spirina competed at the 2012 Russian Championships, winning silver in the all-around and placing fifth on vault and bars. She competed at the Voronin Cup that December, but did not place in the all-around because the "two-per-country" rule was in place, and did not make the event finals. She made her international debut in 2013, at the International Gymnix, where she won a team gold medal. At the Russian Junior Championships, she won a silver in the all-around, and went on to compete at the Dityatin Cup, winning vault silver, and team and all-around bronze. At the Russian Junior Championships, she placed fifth with her team, sixth in the all-around,seventh on floor, and eighth on vault. She competed at the Voronin Cup at the end of the year, winning bronze on vault, but did not place in the all-around because of the "two-per-country" rule.
At the Russian Championships in April, she placed fourth on vault, fifth with her team, sixth in the all-around, and seventh on floor. In early December, she competed at Russian Hopes, placing fourth on vault, sixth in the all-around and on bars, and ninth with her team. Later that month, she won team silver at the Voronin Cup. She also finished eighth in the all-around but did not place because of the two-per-country rule.
Spirina's senior debut came at the Russian Championships, placing sixth with her team and thirty-third in the all-around. The following year, she competed at the Evgeny Podgorny Tournament, placing second in the all-around.
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