International Gymnastics Gym focuses on success and personal self-actualization of its members.

 

Classes include kids of different age groups, starting with very young and up to high school age.

 

The gym is 16000 sq. ft. and is perfect for any kind of tasks, including training, trampoline, competitions, and even birthday parties.

 

The owner, establisher, and the head coach of International Gymnastics Gym, Nataliya Kuchinskaya, has 5 years of training in the Physical Education University and 50 years of experience in Gymnastics, starting from her childhood, leading to Olympics and even today.  

 

Nataliya Kuchinskaya

 

1965

East Bloc Tournament of Friendship: 1st, all around.

1966

USSR National Championships: 1st all-around.

1966

World Championships, Dortmund, Germany, September: 2nd, all-round; 3rd, vault; 1st, .bars, beam, floor.

1967

European Championship, Amsterdam, May: 9th, all-round; 5th, vault; 2nd, beam; 2nd, floor.

1967

Spartakiade, Moscow, July (USSR National Championships): 1st, all-round.

1967

Mexico, pre-Olympic Tournament, October: 1st, all-round.

1968

USSR National Championship: 1st, all-round.

1968

Olympics, Mexico, October: 3rd, all-round: 1st, beam.

                             

Winner of 10 Olympic and world championship medals, Russia's Nataliya Kuchinskaya gained lasting fame for her combination of elegance, charm and originality.

Born March 12, 1949, in St. Petersburg, Kuchinskaya hoped to become a ballet dancer. Her parents, who worked as gymnastics coaches, instead encouraged her to train as a gymnast.

Kuchinskaya earned instant worldwide acclaim at the 1966 World Championships in Dortmund, Germany. Although she placed second all-around to Czech great Vera Caslasvka, Kuchinskaya dominated the individual-event finals - winning gold medals on uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise.

 

 

 

             

 

 

   

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