ALINA HARNASKO
The Summer Olympics (Tokyo 2020) - Bronze medalist
World Championionships - Gold (1), Silver (2), Bronze (3) medalist
European Championships - Gold (1), Silver (8), Bronze (2) medalist
Alina Harnasko
The Summer Olympics (Tokyo 2020) - Bronze medalist
World Championionships - Gold (1), Silver (2), Bronze (3) medalist
European Championships - Gold (1), Silver (8), Bronze (2) medalist
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Alina Harnasko
Alina Harnasko is a Belarusian individual rhytmic gymnast. She is the 2020 Olympic all-around bronze medalist, 2021 World Championships all-around silver medalist and ribbon gold medalist, 2020 European all-around silver medalist, and twice Grand Pix final all-around silver medalist (2018 & 2020). Alina was born in Minsk in 2001, on the 9th of August. At first, the parents wanted to give Alina in Karate, but the choice eventually fell on rhythmic gymnastics. Alina is a Honored Master of Sports of the Republic of Belarus.
Achievements
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TOKYO 2020
In August 2021, Alina competed at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. On August 6, she qualified for the top 10 individual All-around finals after finishing fourth behind Linoy Ashram. On August 7, Alina finished 3rd in the All-Around finals behind Linoy Ashram and Dina Averina. Alina Harnasko became the fifth Belarusian rhythmic gymnast who won a medal at the Olympic Games after Marina Lobatch (Seoul 1988), Yulia Raskina (Sydney 2000), Inna Zhukova (Beijing 2008) and Liubov Charkashyna (London 2012).
2021 World Championships
At the 2021 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships, Alina qualified to the All-around and event finals. She finished 2nd in Hoop, 3rd in Ball, 5th in Clubs and 1st in the Ribbon final, became the first non-Russian gymnast to win a gold medal in an event final at the World Championships, since 2013. She is also the first Belarusian gymnast to win a gold medal in an event final since Larissa Lukyanenko in 1996 with the Rope. Alina finished 2nd in the Individual All-around finals and together with teammate(s) Anastasiia Salos and the Belarusian Senior group, they finished 3rd in the team event.
European Championships
On May 19–21, 2017 Alina Harnasko along with teammate Katsiaryna Halkina represented the individual seniors for Belarus at the 2017 European Championships, she qualified in all apparatus finals taking bronze in ball, finished 4th in clubs, 5th in ribbon and 7th in hoop. On May 16-19, 2019 Alina along with teammates Katsiaryna Halkina and Anastasiia Salos represented the individual seniors for Belarus at the 2019 European Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan they won silver medal in Team competition.  In November, 2020 Alina competed at the 2020 European Championships in Kyiv, Ukraine and won silver medal in All-around. In June, 2021 Alina Harnasko competed at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Varna, Bulgaria. In the event finals, she placed 4th in Hoop, 3rd in Ball, 6th in clubs and 2nd in Ribbon. In team finals, the Belarus team finished 2nd with Anastasiia Salos and the Belarusian group.
World Cup
On May 5–7, 2017 Alina competed at the Sofia World Cup finishing 4th in the all-around, she qualified in 3 apparatus finals and won a gold medal in clubs and bronze in ball.
In April, 2019 Alina competed at World Cup Pesaro and won bronze medals in both Clubs and Ribbon finals. On September 6–8, she took bronze medal in All-around at World Challenge Cup in Portimão, Portugal. She took another bronze medal in Hoop final the next day. In 2021 Alina competed at the Sofia World Cup, finishing 3rd in All-around finals, and in the event finals she finished 2nd in Ball. In April, at the Tashkent World Cup, in the event finals, Alina finished 1st in Ribbon, 3rd in Clubs and Ball. At the Baku World Cup, in the event finals, she finished 2nd in Ribbon and 3rd in Hoop.
At the Pesaro World Cup, Alina finished 3rd in the All-around finals and in the event finals, she finished 3rd in Ribbon.
At the Minsk World Cup Challenge, Alina finished 1st in All-around finals. She also finished 1st in Hoop, Ball and Club finals.

Grand Prix
From March 31 – April 2, 2017 Alina competed at the Grand Prix Marbella finishing 9th in the all-around and qualified 2 event finals, where she won bronze in ribbon. In 2018 she competed at Grand Prix Marbella, Spain from October 26–28, where she finished 2nd in All-around. Alina qualified to all apparatus finals and placed 5th with hoop, 3rd in ball, 7th in clubs and ribbon. In 2020 Alina competed at Grand Prix Brno and won gold medal in All-around with the score of 89,950. She qualified to all four finals, winning gold medal in Hoop final (23,700) and bronze medal in Ribbon final (20,250). In 2021 at the Tel Aviv Grand Prix, she finished 2nd behind Linoy Ashram and ahead of Anastasiia Salos. In the event finals she finished 3rd in Hoop and 2nd in Ball, Clubs, and Ribbon. In 2022, Alina started the season at Grand Prix Tartu, in Estonia. She won gold medal in All-around, Hoop, Ball and Ribbon, and silver in Clubs final.
TOKYO 2020

In August 2021, Alina competed at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. On August 6, she qualified for the top 10 individual All-around finals after finishing fourth behind Linoy Ashram. On August 7, Alina finished 3rd in the All-Around finals behind Linoy Ashram and Dina Averina. Alina Harnasko became the fifth Belarusian rhythmic gymnast who won a medal at the Olympic Games, after Marina Lobatch (Seoul 1988), Yulia Raskina (Sydney 2000), Inna Zhukova (Beijing 2008) and Liubov Charkashyna (London 2012).

2021 World Championship

At the 2021 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships, Alina qualified to the All-around and event finals. She finished 2nd in Hoop, 3rd in Ball, 5th in Clubs and 1st in the Ribbon final, became the first non-Russian gymnast to win a gold medal in an event final at the World Championships, since 2013. She is also the first Belarusian gymnast to win a gold medal in an event final since Larissa Lukyanenko in 1996 with the Rope. Alina finished 2nd in the Individual All-around finals and together with teammate(s) Anastasiia Salos and the Belarusian Senior group, they finished 3rd in the team event.

European Championships

On May 19–21, 2017 Alina Harnasko along with teammate Katsiaryna Halkina represented the individual seniors for Belarus at the 2017 European Championships, she qualified in all apparatus finals taking bronze in ball, finished 4th in clubs, 5th in ribbon and 7th in hoop. On May 16-19, 2019 Alina along with teammates Katsiaryna Halkina and Anastasiia Salos represented the individual seniors for Belarus at the 2019 European Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan they won silver medal in Team competition.  In November, 2020 Alina competed at the 2020 European Championships in Kyiv, Ukraine and won silver medal in All-around. In June, 2021 Alina Harnasko competed at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Varna, Bulgaria. In the event finals, she placed 4th in Hoop, 3rd in Ball, 6th in clubs and 2nd in Ribbon. In team finals, the Belarus team finished 2nd with Anastasiia Salos and the Belarusian group.

World Cup

On May 5–7, 2017 Alina competed at the Sofia World Cup finishing 4th in the all-around, she qualified in 3 apparatus finals and won a gold medal in clubs and bronze in ball.

In April, 2019 Alina competed at World Cup Pesaro and won bronze medals in both Clubs and Ribbon finals. On September 6–8, she took bronze medal in All-around at World Challenge Cup in Portimão, Portugal. She took another bronze medal in Hoop final the next day. In 2021 Alina competed at the Sofia World Cup, finishing 3rd in All-around finals, and in the event finals she finished 2nd in Ball. In April, at the Tashkent World Cup, in the event finals, Alina finished 1st in Ribbon, 3rd in Clubs and Ball. At the Baku World Cup, in the event finals, she finished 2nd in Ribbon and 3rd in Hoop.

At the Pesaro World Cup, Alina finished 3rd in the All-around finals and in the event finals, she finished 3rd in Ribbon.

At the Minsk World Cup Challenge, Alina finished 1st in All-around finals. She also finished 1st in Hoop, Ball and Club finals.

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