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Melitina Staniouta

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Melitina Dmitryevna Staniouta (Belarusian: Меліціна Дзмітрыеўна Станюта, Russian: Мелитина Дмитриевна Станюта; born 15 November 1993) is a Belarusian retired individual rhythmic gymnast. She is a three-time (2015, 2013, 2010) World all-around bronze medalist, the 2015 European Games all-around bronze medalist, the 2014 European Championships all-around silver medalist, and 2009 Grand Prix Final all-around bronze medalist. Staniouta is the great-granddaughter of Belarusian actress Stefaniya Staniouta. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Melitina Staniouta has received more than 100,434 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Melitina Staniouta is the 303rd most popular gymnast, the 341st most popular biography from Belarus and the 5th most popular Belarusian Gymnast.

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Among GYMNASTS

Among gymnasts, Melitina Staniouta ranks 303 out of 370Before her are Alexandra Eremia, Aly Raisman, Maria Kryuchkova, Artur Dalaloyan, Andreea Isărescu, and Karen Cockburn. After her are Yang Yilin, Steliana Nistor, Diana Bulimar, Max Whitlock, Uladzislau Hancharou, and Anton Fokin.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1993, Melitina Staniouta ranks 879Before her are Sandra Arenas, Millie Bright, David Lambert, Stephan James, Man Asaad, and Stine Skogrand. After her are Jan Sýkora, Justin Anderson, Bryan Acosta, Lucas Cruikshank, Ken Matsubara, and Cha Min-kyu.

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In Belarus

Among people born in Belarus, Melitina Staniouta ranks 341 out of 368Before her are Viktar Zuyev (1983), Artsiom Parakhouski (1987), Ilya Ivashka (1994), Iryna Kryuko (1991), Iryna Kurachkina (1994), and Hanna Huskova (1992). After her are Sergei Azarov (1983), Uladzislau Hancharou (1995), Aliaksandr Bahdanovich (1982), Igor Shitov (1986), Ivan Litvinovich (2001), and Maryna Litvinchuk (1988).

Among GYMNASTS In Belarus

Among gymnasts born in Belarus, Melitina Staniouta ranks 5Before her are Olga Korbut (1955), Vitaly Scherbo (1972), Svetlana Boginskaya (1973), and Marina Lobatch (1970). After her are Uladzislau Hancharou (1995), Ivan Litvinovich (2001), Alina Harnasko (2001), Karyna Yarmolenka (2000), Hanna Haidukevich (2001), Anastasiya Malakanava (2003), and Anastasiya Rybakova (2000).