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                          Alexandra DOBRESCU

Nick name: Anda
Date of birth: May 2, 1980
Gender: Female
Height:   1.43 m                Weight: 37 kg
Marital status:
Children: None
Place of birth: Tirgoviste
Hometown:
Profession:
Languages:
Start discipline:
First int. event:
Nat. team since:
Club: CS Onesti
Head coach: Dumitrita Turner
Assistant coach:
Choreographer:
Best apparatus/cat.

Favourite tricks:    Floor       
Personal tricks:
highest score:
Music #1                      Author #1

father is Eugen mother is Valeria
has two brothers, Shtefan and Laurentsu and one sister, Ana-Valentina
Judo was her first sport. Both of her brothers are on the National Judo Team likes tennis, disco music and dogs
retired

Results:

1994 Puerto Rico Cup: 6th AA
1995 European Championships: 2nd Team
1996 American Cup: 4th AA
1996 3 on 3 Tournament: 8th AA
1996 Grand Prix of Rome: 9th AA
1996 ITA-BLR-ROM-RUS: 2nd Team, 10th AA
1997 International Team Championships: 1st Team
1997 Satrs of the World: 8th AA
1997 ROM vs SPN: 1st Team, 4th AA
1998 Euros: 1st Team

Alexandra never really had the chance to show her stuff at a major meet (e.g., she just missed the 1998 European team, instead being the alternate). As luck would then have it, a sudden bout of appendicitis cut Alexandra's career short. What would normally have been a routine operation, was, for Alexandra, the end of her gymnastics career. During the operation to remove her appendix, a careless nurse spilled boiling water into her open wound. The result was severe and she was never able to return to gymnastics.
Although no longer able to train, Alexandra opted to remain in Deva to continue her high school studies. She began studying to become a coach, but later changed career paths. She was a sports reporter/editor for a Romanian newspaper, and she covered the 2000 Romanian International.

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    Romanian Gymnastics at
         Athens Olympics 2004
NOC        Total
  Total

ROM
  4   3   3  10

USA
  2   6   1    9

JPN
  1   1   2    4
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