Israeli rhythmic gymnast Linoy Ashram clinched her second gold medal at the FIG World Challenge Cup 2018 in Minsk.
This comes after the 19-year-old won a gold medal and broke the world record in the clubs-handling round, finishing first with a score of 20.65. The record prior to her win was set by Russian gymnast Dina Averina at the 2018 European Championships, who scored 20.05 at the time.
The next day, she took another gold medal, also in the clubs exercise category, finishing first with 20.25 points.
Ashram also won a bronze medal in the ball exercise with a score of 19.65 points.
On Saturday, the Israeli Olympic Committee noted that Ashram is the first person in the history of the FGI World Challenge Cup to win two gold medals in one season, after she won a gold in the competition in Spain in May.
Ashram’s feat comes a little over two weeks after the Israeli men’s gymnastic team captured the gold at the Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championship.