Ukrainian Alina Maksymenko taught from Monday classes at the Pavilion of The Galeon in Adeje
World champion rhythmic gymnastics, Alina Maksymenko Ukrainian, is in the municipality of Adeje Tenerife to teach a course of modernization and improvement to more than a hundred young gymnasts on the island.
“I am very happy to be in Adeje and Tenerife. It is the first time I come but I’m delighted, I really like the people and their kindness,” indicated the press conference champion.
Alina Maksymenko confident that all gymnast who will be working with these days she will learn many new things and techniques that are going to help their development and improvement as athletes.
Olympic champion and let the high competition in 2013 and “now I travel a lot and work with girls from different countries because in the future I want to open my own school of rhythmic gymnastics, he said.
Adeje City Council has given a commemorative plaque Maksymenko course and in appreciation of their presence in the municipality .
The champion teaches classes yesterday in the Pavilion of The El Galeon in Adeje, and is an activity organized by the City.
Maksymenko on to earn three gold medals and a silver medal at the World Cup Deriugina 2011 , and has also won the bronze medal team at the 2011 World Championships and participated in the Olympic Games in London and Beijing with the Ukraine.