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Yekaterina Lobaznyuk was born on 10 June, 1983 in Uzbekistan, is a Russian gymnast. At 37 years old, Yekaterina Lobaznyuk height not available right now. We will update Yekaterina Lobaznyuk's height soon as possible.

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Born 10 June 1983
Birthday 10 June
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2001

At the 2001 Russian Cup, while performing one of her signature Yurchenko vaults, Lobaznyuk landed very hard on the mat and collapsed in pain; she had to be picked up and carried off by one of her coaches. It was revealed later that she had torn the ACL and MCL in her right knee, and surgery would be needed, which would sideline her for the remainder of the year. She had two surgeries because the first one in Moscow, Russia was not performed properly; the second took place in Johannesburg, South Africa during her visit for a rehabilitation stint. The second seemed to go well, and she returned to training in late January 2002.

2000

Sydney, Australia was the site of the 2000 Olympic Games, and the location of the highest point in Lobaznyuk's career. She was also perhaps the top gymnast on the Olympic team, surpassing Svetlana Khorkina and Elena Zamolodchikova, the best known members of the team at the time. She won a pair of silver medals (on the beam and in the team final) and a bronze on the vault. She did make a few mistakes that probably cost her team a shot at the gold medal in the team final. After Zamolodchikova fell off the balance beam, Lobaznyuk wanted to get a 10.0 SV (start value) so badly that she included a move not originally in her beam routine and promptly fell off the side of the beam. Dianov remarked afterwards, "It was a noble impulse and so it was impossible to rebuke her for it". In the all-around final, Lobaznyuk stepped out of bounds on her floor routine and misstepped on beam, resulting in a fifth-place result.

1999

1999 and 2000 were the best years of Lobaznyuk's competitive career. She was an integral part of the 1999 World Championships team from Russia that won a silver medal, as she picked up the most points overall for her team in the team final. Dianov was thrilled, saying "She performed wonderfully". Once again, she garnered a lot of attention and many more fans, partly due to ESPN's broadcast of the competition. Without her impressive performance at the World Gymnastics Championships, she might not have made it to the Olympics the next year.

1998

In 1998, Lobaznyuk broke her right arm as a result of a fall off her least favorite event, the uneven bars, and missed the two biggest junior events of the year, the Junior European Championships and World Youth Games. She healed completely enough at the end of the year to win over Ukrainian gymnast Viktoria Karpenko at the Acapulco Cup in Mexico.

1997

As a member of Russia's national team, Lobaznyuk attracted attention due to her well-choreographed routines and her spunky personality. In 1997 she won the all-around title at the Charleroi TopGym meet in Belgium, as well as finishing fifth in the all-around (with two additional titles in vault and balance beam) at the International Junior Tournament in Japan. It was at this meet in Japan that she gained the attention of fans worldwide with her appearance and her floor exercise, choreographed to the music "Hava Nagila".

1996

Lobaznyuk made her debut as a junior elite gymnast in a children's meet sometime prior to 1996. Although she fell eleven times during the meet, Russian National Team coach Leonid Arkayev was very impressed with her. In 1996 she placed first in the all-around and first on floor exercise at the Russian Youth Championships (in the Candidate for Master of Sport category) and the next year won four gold and one silver medal at the Russian Cup's junior competition. Arkayev subsequently invited her to the national team's training center, located at Round Lake.

1983

Yekaterina Vladimirovna Lobaznyuk (Russian: Екатерина Владимировна Лобазнюк ) (born June 10, 1983 in Fergana, Uzbek SSR, USSR) is a former Olympic gymnast who competed for Russia in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, winning three medals. Her name is sometimes written Ekaterina Lobazniouk.

1980

The second daughter of a gymnastics coach (who is also a former gymnast) and a sports school director, Lobaznyuk grew up in Uzbekistan amid the strife and turbulence of the 1980s. She began her gymnastics career at the young age of six, when her mother brought her to a gym in Fergana. In the 1990s, after the USSR fell apart, the Lobaznyuk family fled to Tashkent due to violence and riots in the Fergana Valley area. The family attempted to join a circus there, but failed. Help came in 1994 thanks to her grandmother, living in Russia at the time; the Lobaznyuks eventually settled in Rubtsovsk, a city of some 170,000 people located in southwestern Siberia.