The winner of the tenth season of the project "The stars are dancing" in Georgia became a gymnast

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Gymnast became the winner of the tenth season of the “Dancing Stars” project in Georgia

Gymnast became the winner of the tenth season of the “Dancing Stars” project in Georgia

The titled athlete received the main prize of the TV project – an apartment in Batumi 01/15/2022, Sputnik Georgia

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TBILISI, Jan 15 – Sputnik. Rhythmic gymnast Salome Pazhava and her partner Rati Gachechiladze have become the winners of the tenth season of the TV project “Dancing the Stars” in Georgia. In the final of the anniversary season, the winners were traditionally determined by the audience who voted for their favorites. Competitive couples consist of a professional and non-professional dancer (actor, singer, presenter, blogger, etc.). The main prize of the popular show is an apartment, it is received by the “amateur”. The famous Georgian gymnast, in addition to the statuette of the winner of the project, was given the main prize – an apartment in Batumi. Ira Kvitinskaya. Salome Pazhava is 24 years old. The athlete represented Georgia at two Olympics. In Rio de Janeiro (2016), she took the final 14th place, and at the Tokyo Games (2021) she became 17th. Pazhava is the first and so far the only representative of Georgia to win a medal at the European Championships. In 2015, at the European Games in Baku, Pazhava took third place in ribbon competitions. tape.Subscribe to video news from Georgia on our YouTube channel.

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The titled athlete received the main prize of the TV project – an apartment in Batumi

TBILISI, Jan 15 – Sputnik. Rhythmic gymnast Salome Pazhava and her partner Rati Gachechiladze became the winners of the tenth season of the TV project “Dancing the Stars” in Georgia.

At the end of the anniversary season, the winners were traditionally determined by the audience, who voted for their favorites. Competitive couples consist of a professional and non-professional dancer (actor, singer, presenter, blogger, etc.). The main prize of the popular show is an apartment, it is received by the “amateur”.

The famous Georgian gymnast, in addition to the statuette of the winner of the project, was given the main prize – an apartment in Batumi.

By the decision of the audience, the third place was taken by Ti Machavariani and Erekle Girgvliani, and the second – by Giga Kvetenadze and Ira Kvitinskaya.

Salome Pazhava is 24 years old. The athlete represented Georgia at two Olympics. In Rio de Janeiro (2016), she took the final 14th place, and at the Tokyo Games (2021) she became 17th.

Pazhava is the first and so far the only representative of Georgia to win a medal at the European Championships. In 2015, at the European Games in Baku, Pazhava took third place in the ribbon competition.

It is also worth noting that twice the athlete took fourth place at the World Cup stages – in Baku (2018) in exercises with clubs and in Pesaro (Italy) in exercises with a ribbon.

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