Anastasia Zacrevschi: AGF organizes tournaments in serious and responsible manner
Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation uses very serious and responsible approaches to the organization of international gymnastic tournaments, Moldova's gymnast Anastasia Zacrevschi said, speaking with the correspondent of Vestnik Kavkaza after the qualification round with hoop and ball routines.
"It's my second World Cup, and I performed well today. It's my first time in Baku, and I was delighted with the local approach to the organization of tournaments - they use very serious and responsible approaches," she said.
"In general, Azerbaijan has turned out to be a very beautiful country, which stands out for its serious approach to any events and its desire to organize and hold them at the highest level," Anastasia Zacrevschi noted.
"Although it's my first time here, I spent a week here at the training camp to prepare for the championship, and I can say that I'm really shocked by professionality of the AGF, the Federation has an incredible level," the Moldavian gymnast added.
The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup is being at the National Gymnastics Arena in Baku on April 27-29. Some 127 gymnasts from 26 countries are participating in the tournament. Depending on the results of the qualification, the winners of all-around and the participants of the finals in individual apparatus in both types of programs will be determined. Athletes will compete for 8 medal sets.