Veronika Gryshko

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Full Name Veronika Gryshko (Вероника Гришко)
Nation Ukraine
Birthdate August 31, 2000
Status Active
Social Media Instagram | Threads
Career Highlights

Three-time World champion… Member of the highlight routine that won the nation’s first ever World title in 2019… Six-time World medalist overall… Six-time European champion, and two-time European silver medalist… Competed at the 2019, 2022 and 2023 World Championships, and the 2021, 2022 and 2023 European Championships… Won two bronze medals (team, combo) at the 2015 European Games (junior event)… Member of the junior national team from 2015-2017.

2023Won bronze in free team at the World Championships… Also placed seventh in acrobatic team and 11th in technical team there… Earned silver in acrobatic team at the European Games… Also finished fourth in  free team and fifth in technical team there… Competed in three World Cups throughout the season – Markham (1G), Montpellier (1G) and Oviedo (1G, 1S).

2022Won three medals at the World Championships: two golds in free combination and highlight, and one silver in free team… Earned four European Championship titles in technical team, free team, free combination, and highlight.

2021Selected as reserve for the Olympic team… Became European champion in free combination and highlight at the European Championships… Served as reserve to the technical and free team routines there.

2020: Did not compete with the team at the French Open…Was given a four-months suspension after testing positive for furosemide… Gryshko’s sanctioning period officially began on December 23rd, 2019 until April 24th, 2020.

2019: Won Ukraine’s first-ever world title in the highlight event at the FINA World Championships in Gwangju… Also won a bronze in the free combination there…Competed at the Barcelona FINA World Series and the Super Final in Budapest…Served as alternate to the technical and free team routines most of the season.

2018: Won silver at the European Championships in free team… Competed in that event and the highlight throughout the year…Served as alternate for the technical team and combo the whole season… Competed in three world series – Budapest Open, Canada Open and Synchro America Open.

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