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Welcome to Kara Kara Rhythmic Gymnastics club

Kara Kara is a non-for-profit sporting corporation, based at  Norwood Morialta High School, middle campus gym, that continues to thrive off our warm, caring community which is one of reasons why the club continues to progress

Kara Kara is a non-for-profit sporting corporation, based at  Norwood Morialta High School, middle campus gym, that continues to thrive off our warm, caring community which is the sole reason why the club continues to progress

Our aim is to assist our rhythmic gymnasts to achieve their absolute best and do what we can to progress them in their journey.

Our gymnasts begin as young as 4 years old and we encourage that you are never too old to begin learning this wonderful sport.

We are a close club, with gymnasts that support each other through a buddy system.

 

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8 months ago

Kara Kara Rhythmic Gymnastics club

The very sad side of our sport‼️CW: suicide, eating disorder, proceed at own risk‼️

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Moscow news agancy, RIA Novosti news agency report that Aleksandra Soldatova is in a Moscow hospital after a suicide attempt.UPDATE: her condition is satisfactory. She's getting medical and psychological treatment. UPDATE (AFTERNOON/EVENING): Soldatova herself denied the report on social media, see further news above.

Quoting RIA Novosti, the number one news agency for Russia:

"Gymnast Aleksandra Soldatova was hospitalised after a suicide attempt. This was first reported by the news agency Moscow. She was taken to a Moscow hospital on 5 February."

Quoting Moscow News Agency:

"On 5 February, 21 year-old A. Soldatova was taken to the capital's hospital with bodily injuries in connection with a suicide attempt. She was also diagnosed with bulimia."

Investigators are checking the facts. We'll update as soon as we know more.

UPDATE: Moscow news agency reports Sasha's condition as "satisfactory" by the morning. She's in treatment and under monitoring.

UPDATE 2: Her coach, Anna Shumilova-Dyachenko said to RIA Novosti that on 5 February morning they talked over the phone. Soldatova said she's in for hospital tests and she shall not worry.

UPDATE 3: Russia Today's international service also carries the news

Original report by Moscow News Agency: www.mskagency.ru/materials/2970949

RIA Novosti:
rsport.ria.ru/20200206/1564339430.html

Sport.ru report: www.sports.ru/gymnastics/1083042128.html

Sputnik:
tj.sputniknews.ru/russia/20200206/1030670493/moscow-suicid-gimnastka-aleksandra-soldatova.html

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IMPORTANT: please keep discussion civil and very respectful. It's horrible enough that this happened, discussion is encouraged, flaming/blaming etc. is not, especially because information is very scarce. Thank you for your attention and understanding.
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CORONAVIRUS
Hello, Although SA does not have any confirmed cases of Coronavirus ATM, for gymnasts returning to training, we ask that you follow the advice from QLD government & if you have returned from a holiday in China or have someone from China visiting & staying with you please do not attend training until 14 days have passed & you have no flu like symptoms. THANK YOU
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8 months ago

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To all the Aussie Gymnasts have Happy Rhythmic Australia Day!! ... See MoreSee Less

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