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Hapoel Tel Aviv former gymnasts
Limor Fridman
Born in 1968, Limor began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6. At the age of 13, Limor and her coach, Zahava Zissman, trained in West Germany for seven months with the West German national team, then ranked 8th in the world.
In 1981 at the age of 13, Limor won the Senior Israel Championship and became the youngest gymnast ever to win that title. That same year, Limor won the silver medal at the Sanlem Cup, an international competition held in South Africa.
In 1983, Limor competed in the World Championship in Hungary.
From 1981 to 1983, Limor held the Senior Israel Championship title for three consecutive years.
Limor’s greatest achievement as a gymnast was participating in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.
In 1985, Limor won 2 gold medals on beam and floor at the 12th Maccabiah Games.
Today, Limor is married and is a mother to a son and a daughter.

She has a degree in physical education and masters in education management, she is a physical education teacher in Givataim.

 
 
Tali Sirak
Born in 1965, Tali began her training as a gymnast at the age of 8.
In 1983, Tali won the bronze medal on bars at the Sanlem Cup, an international competition that was held in South Africa.
During her career, Tali competed in two World Championships – the 1983 Hungarian and the 1985 Canadian Championships.
Tali was the Senior Israel Champion in 1984 and 1985.
Today, Tali is married and a mother of three. She is a rehabilitative physiotherapist in a hospital.
Her daughter, Roni, is a gymnast at Hapoel Tel Aviv.
 
 
Tali Ostfeld
Tali began her training as a gymnast at Maccabi Tel Aviv and transferred to Hapoel Tel Aviv in 1985.
In 1985, Tali won the Senior Israel Championship title along with Tali Sirak. That same year, Tali Osfeld competed at the World Championship in Canada.
Today, Tali is married and working as a lawyer.
 
 
Revital Sharon
Born in 1971, Revital began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
At the age of 14, Revital competed at her first World Championship held in Canada. In 1987, she won the Senior Israel Championship title and competed at the World Championship in the Netherlands where she finished 90 out of 201 gymnasts, thereby qualifying her for the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.
At the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, Revital ranked 77th place overall.
Today, Revital lives in the United States of America with her husband and two children.
 
 
Francine Garret
Born in 1972, Francine began her training as a gymnast at the age of 8.
Francine was the Israel Champion three times– 1986, 1988 and 1989. She competed in two World Championships – the 1987 Rotterdam Championship and the 1989 Stuttgart Championship. In 1991, she competed at the Universiada Championship in Sheffield, England where she ranked 15th overall out of 24 gymnasts. Francine ranked 6th place on the beam final competition.
Today, Francine lives in the United States of America, where she is married and a full-time medical and philosophy student.
 
 
Maya Shani
Born in 1976, Maya began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 1992, Maya competed in her first major international competition, the European Championship in France.
In 1993, Maya reached the highest achievement by an Israeli gymnast when she won the silver medal on the uneven bars and placed 7th overall at the European Cup in Belgium.
In 1994, after competing at the European Championship in Sweden, Maya was invited, along with some of the greatest gymnasts in the world, to participate in the prestigious American Cup. Maya earned an 11th place ranking overall.
In 1995, Maya qualified to go to the final round for the second time at the European Cup in Rome, Italy. That same year, Maya won the bronze medal on vault at an international competition held in Romania.
In 1996, Maya qualified for the all-around final competition at the European Competition held in England. She earned a 23rd place ranking overall.
Maya has competed in three World Championships. In 1992, Maya competed at the World Championship held in Paris; in 1993, she competed at the World Championship in England; and in 1995, she competed at the World Championship in Japan.
During her career as a gymnast, Maya won the Senior Israel Champion title for three consecutive years – from 1994 to 1996.
Today, Maya is married and a mother of a baby boy. She has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in physical education from Wingate College. She coaches Hapoel Tel Aviv’s young generation of gymnasts.
 
 
Einat Keidar
Born in 1978, Einat began her training as a gymnast at the age of 5 ½.
In 1993, Einat won 3rd place at the 14th Maccabiah Games.
In 1994, Einat won the bronze medal on vault at the Open Romania Championship.
In 1995, Einat won the bronze medal on vault at the European Cup preliminaries.
In 1996, Einat won one of the greatest achievements in Israeli gymnastics when she won 8th place in the vault final competition at the European Championship in Birmingham, England. She performed a Handspring forward on tucked salto forward with 360° turn off on the vault, the only gymnast in the world that did this vault.
Einat competed in two World Championships, the 1993 Birmingham, England World Championship and the 1995 Japan World Championship.
During her career, Einat won 2nd place several times at the Senior Israel Championship.
Today, Einat has her bachelor’s degree in economy from Tel Aviv University.
 
 
Hadas Cohen
Born in 1984, Hadas began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 1998, Hadas competed at the Junior European Championship in Russia and finished 23rd place overall and 10th place on the vault. Also that same year, Hadas competed at the Open Romania Championship and finished 5th place.
In 1999, Hadas won the gold medal on vault at the Junior European Olympic Games in Denmark. She ranked 10th place overall. That same year, Hadas also competed at the World Championship in China and, despite a fractured leg, she ranked 13th place on the vault. Also in 1999, Hadas won the Senior Israel Championship title.
In 2000, Hadas competed at the World Stars Competition in Russia and placed 5th on the vault.
 
 
Enbal Ben-zioni
Born in 1984, Enbal began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 1999, Enbal competed at the World Championships held in China and the Gimnastyada Championship also held in China.
Enbal participated in 2 European Championships-1998 in Russia and 2000 in Paris.
Enbal’s greatest achievement as a gymnast was winning the gold medal on floor at the Israel-Romania International Competition in 1999.
Today, Enbal is coaching the youngest generation of Hapoel Tel Aviv’s gymnasts.
 
 
Eyelet Meir
Born in 1984, Ayelet began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 1999, Ayelet competed at the World Championship in China and the Gimnasyada Championship in China.
 
 
Anat Levi
Born in 1985, Anat began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
Anat was the 1999 and the 2000 Junior Israel Champion.
Anat competed in many international competitions, including the 2000 Junior European Championship in Paris where she ranked 36th place overall.
 
 
Liza Shemesh
Born in 1985, Liza began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 1999, Liza won 2nd place overall at the Junior Israel Championship. In 2000, she won 3rd place at the Junior Israel Championship and competed at the Junior European Championship in Paris.
 
 
Stefi Zarog
Born in 1986, Stefi began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 2000, she won 2nd place at the Junior Israel Championship. That same year, Stefi competed in the Junior European Championship in Paris and qualified to compete in the all-around final. She ranked 23rd place overall.
In 2001, Stefi won the gold medal at the Maccabiah Games.
In 2002, Stefi qualified to compete at the uneven bars final at the World Championship in Hungary. She earned a ranking of 16th place overall.
 
 
Chen Cohen
Born in 1985, Chen began her training as a gymnast at the age of 6.
In 1999, Chen won 3rd place at the Junior Israel Championship.
In 2000, Chen won 5th place at the Junior Israel Championship.
 
 
Or Cohen
Born in 1989, Or began her training as a gymnast at the age of 10.
In 2004, Or won 1st place at the Junior Israel Championship, And placed 2nd at the Senior Israel Championship.
Also in 2004, Or competed at the Junior European Championship in Amsterdam.
In 2005, Or competed in the Maccabiah Games and won the team 1st place medal. Also in 2005, Or won 3rd place overall at the Senior Israel Championship.
 
 
 
Adi Lorenz
Born in 1989, Adi began her training as a gymnast at age of 11.
In 2002, Adi won the team 3rd place medal and 6th place overall at the Spring Cup Competition in Toronto, Canada.
In 2003, Adi competed at the Junior Olympic Games in Paris. That same year, she won 3rd place at the Senior Israel Championship.
In 2004, Adi competed at the European Championship in Amsterdam. In 2004, she also won 3rd place at the Senior Israel Championship.
In 2004 at the International competition in Italy, Adi won the team 3rd place medal.
In 2005, Adi ranked 12th place on the beam at the World Cup in Germany. That same year, Adi competed at the Senior European Championship in Hungary. At the Maccabiah Games, Adi won the team gold medal and at the Israel Championship, she ranked 5th place.
Today, Adi is a soldier in the Israeli Army and trains the youngest generation of gymnasts at Hapoel Tel Aviv.
 
 
Tal Scheck
Born in 1990, Tal began her training as a gymnast at the age of 11.
In 2005, Tal competed at the Junior Olympic Games in Italy. In 2005, she also competed in the Maccabiah Games and won the team gold medal. At the Senior Israel Championship, she ranked 6th place.
In 2006, Tal competed at the European Championship in Greece and ranked 40th place overall. Tal also competed at World Gimnasyada and ranked 24th place overall that same year.
Today, Tal is a high school student.
 
 
Shaked Azar
Born in 1991, Shaked began her training as a gymnast at the age of 10.
In 2005, Shaked competed at the Junior Olympic Games in Italy. She also competed at the Maccabiah Games that same year and won the gold medal for all-around and the silver medal on the beam and floor. At the Senior Israel Championship, Shaked ranked 4th place overall.
In 2006, Shaked competed at the Junior European Championship in Greece and the World Gimnasyada where she placed 28th overall.
 
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