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Tashkent
29 March, 2020

Anastasia Ruzmetova Salimovna

1st category(мчсмчсмчсмчсм)

Дата рождения: 1991-12-31
ФСО: ОАО «Саховат спорт сервиз»
Регион: Ташкент

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport?
She began the sport at age eight in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Why this sport?
“My mother brought me to swimming after I had been diagnosed with scoliosis at age nine. After a short course of swimming exercises, once I saw a synchronised swimming training and, as my mother told me, without losing sight of this beauty and grace, I said firmly, “Mum, I want this!” Certainly, I didn’t know the name of the sport then but I realised that I liked it madly!”
Club / Team
Tashkent Aquatics Specialised Youth Sports School of Olympic Reserve: Uzbekistan
Name of coach
Alina Piontkovskaya, UZB, from 2001

International Debut

Year
2007
Competing for
Uzbekistan
Location
Japan

General Interest

Nicknames
Nastya (nuz.uz, 11 Aug 2016)
Hobbies
Aqua aerobics, coaching, studying foreign languages. (Athlete, 02 Oct 2017)
Memorable sporting achievement
Winning bronze in the solo technical routine at the 2016 Asian Championships in Tokyo, Japan, and bronze in solo at the 2007 Asian Junior Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Athlete, 02 Oct 2017)
Most influential person in career
Her mother, and her coach. (Athlete, 02 Oct 2017)
Hero / Idol
Russian artistic swimmers Natalia Ishchenko, Anastasia Ermakova and Anastasia Davydova. (darakchi.uz, 26 Oct 2016)
Awards and honours
She holds the title of Master of Sport of International Class in Uzbekistan. (darakchi.uz, 26 Oct 2016)
Ambitions
To compete at the Olympic Games. (Athlete, 02 Oct 2017)
Other information
CHARITY
She has trained girls at an orphanage in artistic swimming. “My aim is to train girls, so that they could become members of the national team, make success, enter the Institute of Physical Education and Sport and undertake a coaching activity. I am sure that they will grow up as worthy citizens of Uzbekistan who will contribute to development of our country.” (nuz.uz, 11 Aug 2016)