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|Full Name||Melitina Staniouta|
|Happy Birthday||November 15|
|Date of Birth||November 15, 1993|
|Age (as 2020)||25 years old|
|Estimated Net Worth|
|Estimated Salary||Not Known|
|Marital Status||Update Soon|
|Body Measurements||Update Soon|
Melitina Staniouta is a well-known Gymnast. She was born on November 15 in Belarus. According to our own Metrics, Melitina is one of the successful Gymnast. She has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on November 15, 1993. Melitina is one of the Richest Gymnast who was born in Belarus.Rhythmic gymnast who is a three-time World all-around bronze medalist in 2010, 2013, and 2015. She won the 2014 European Championships all-around silver medal.
In the 2015 season, Staniouta’s first competition was at the 2015 L.A. Lights where she won the all-around silver medal behind Ukraine’s Ganna Rizatdinova. At the 2015 Moscow Grand Prix, she won the all-around bronze medal. In event finals, she won gold in clubs, silver in (hoop, ball) and 4th in ribbon. She then competed at the 2015 Baltic Hoop and won the all-around gold ahead of senior debutant Irina Annenkova. In the event finals, Staniouta took gold in hoop, silver in clubs and bronze in ribbon. In April 3–05, Staniouta competed at the 2015 Bucharest World Cup and finished all-around bronze, in apparatus finals, she won bronze in hoop, ball, ribbon and placed 6th in clubs. In April 10–12, Staniouta placed 5th in all-around at the 2015 Pesaro World Cup behind Ukraine’s Ganna Rizatdinova, she qualified to 4 event finals taking silver in ball, bronze in hoop, ribbon and placing 8th in clubs. At the 2015 European Championships in Minsk, Staniouta won a total of 5 medals: silver in (hoop, ribbon, team) and bronze (clubs, ball). At the 2015 Grand Prix Berlin, Staniouta won the all-around silver behind Margarita Mamun, she qualified to all 4 event finals and won gold in ribbon, bronze in hoop, ball and clubs. In June 15–21, Staniouta competed at the inaugural 2015 European Games where she won the all-around bronze with a total of 73.100 points (a PB), she qualified to all 4 apparatus finals: taking silver in hoop, bronze in ball, clubs and 4th in ribbon. Her next competition was at the 2015 Summer Universiade in Gwangju, Korea were Staniouta won the all-around bronze behind Ganna Rizatdinova. She qualified to all apparatus finals taking gold in ribbon, silver in clubs, bronze in hoop and 4th in ball. In August, Staniouta competed at the 2015 Budapest World Cup winning bronze in the all-around, in apparatus finals, she won bronze in hoop, ball, clubs and finished 6th in ribbon. In her next competition at the 2015 Sofia World Cup, Staniouta finished 4th in the all-around behind Ganna Rizatdinova. She qualified to all the apparatus finals taking silver in ball, bronze in hoop, placed 4th in clubs and 5th in ribbon. At the 2015 World Cup series in Kazan, Staniouta finished 4th in the all-around behind Aleksandra Soldatova, Staniouta qualified to all apparatus finals taking bronze in ball, ribbon, finished 5th in hoop and 8th in clubs. In September 9–13, Staniouta (together with teammates Katsiaryna Halkina, Hanna Bazhko and Arina Charopa) competed at the 2015 World Championships in Stuttgart, with Team Belarus winning the silver medal. Staniouta also qualified to all apparatus finals taking bronze in ball, 4th in (hoop, clubs, ribbon) and in the all-around finals; Staniouta finished 3rd edging out Salome Pazhava of Georgia for the bronze medal. In October 2–4, Staniouta together with teammates Arina Charopa and junior Yulia Isachanka represented Team Dinamo Minsk at the 2015 Aeon Cup in Tokyo Japan, Staniouta finished 4th in the individual all-around finals and with team Belarus finishing 3rd in the overall standings.
Early Life & FamilyShe first took up gymnastics in 1998, and ten years later she won the silver medal in ribbons and ropes at the 2008 European Junior Championships.
In 2016, Staniouta began her season by competing at the 2016 Grand Prix Moscow finishing 5th in the all-around and took a bronze in clubs final. In Feb 26-28, Staniouta competed in the first World Cup of the season at the 2016 Espoo World Cup finishing 4th in the all-around behind Korean Son Yeon-Jae; she won bronze in clubs, ball, placed 9th in hoop and 7th in ball. In March 12–13, Staniouta competed at the MTM Tournament in Ljubljana, Slovenia where she won the all-around silver with a total of 73.350 points behind Russian Margarita Mamun in the apparatus finals; she won gold in ball and silver in hoop, clubs, ribbon. At the 30th Thiais Grand Prix event in Paris, Staniouta won the all-around bronze ahead of Ganna Rizatdinova, she won bronze medals in hoop, ball clubs and silver in ribbon final. On April 1–3, Staniouta competed at the 2016 Pesaro World Cup where she finished 6th in the all-around, she qualified 3 event finals: took bronze in ball, 4th in hoop, and 5th in ribbon. In May 6–8, Staniouta competed at the Brno Grand Prix taking silver in the all-around with a total of 74.600 points; she qualified to all 4 apparatus finals winning silver in ball, clubs, bronze in hoop and 4th in ribbon. On May 13–15, Staniouta won the all-around gold at the Bucharest Grand Prix with a total of 74.150 points, ahead of the Averina Twins (Arina and Dina) respectively. She qualified to all apparatus finals: taking gold in hoop, ball, ribbon and placed 4th in clubs. She won bronze in the all-around at the 2016 Minsk World Cup with a total of 73.950 points, in the event finals: she won a silver in hoop, 2 bronze medals (ball, clubs) and placed 5th in ribbon. On June 3–5, Staniouta then finished 5th in the all-around behind Son Yeon-Jae at the 2016 Guadalajara World Cup, she finished 5th in (hoop, ball, clubs) and won silver in ribbon finals. On June 17–19, Staniouta competed at the 2016 European Championships where she finished in 4th place with a total of 73.715 points. On July 1–3, Staniouta competed at the 2016 Berlin World Cup winning the All-around silver with a total of 73.900 points behind Russia’s Dina Averina, Staniouta qualified to all apparatus finals winning gold in hoop (tied with Ganna Rizatdinova), silver in ball, clubs and bronze in ribbon (tied with Salome Pazhava). On July 8–10, Staniouta then finished 5th in the all-around at the 2016 Kazan World Cup with a total of 74.150 points behind Korea’s Son Yeon-Jae, Staniouta qualified to 3 apparatus finals winning silver in ribbon and bronze in ball, clubs.
She is the great-granddaughter of Belarusian actress Stefaniya Staniouta. She has not shared about She's parent's name. Our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Children's information. Right now, we don't have much information about Education Life.
Staniouta returned to competition in the 2013 season under the new Code of Points system in rhythmic gymnastics. She won the silver medal in all-around at the first World Cup series held in Tartu, Estonia. At the Thiais Grand Prix, Staniouta won bronze medal in clubs, hoop and ribbon finals. At the second World Cup series of the season held in Lisbon, Portugal, Staniouta won the silver medal in ribbon and bronze in clubs final. She won her first World Cup all-around gold medal at the 2013 Irina Deleanu Cup, edging out Ukrainian Alina Maksymenko (silver) and Russian Daria Svatkovskaya (bronze). Staniouta won the 2013 World Cup Pesaro in all-around beating Russians Maria Titova and Daria Svatkovskaya for the gold, she won three gold medals at the event finals in ball, clubs and ribbon. At the 2013 Corbeil-Essonnes World Cup, Staniouta won the silver in All-around, she won another silver medal in ball and bronze in clubs final. She competed in home crowd at the 2013 Minsk World Cup where she won bronze in all-around, she was able to win two gold medals in the event finals in clubs and ribbon. Staniouta then competed at the 2013 European Championships in Vienna, Austria and together with her teammates ( Katsiaryna Halkina and Arina Charopa) won the Team bronze medal. She won bronze in hoop and clubs final. Staniouta competed at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan where she won silver in hoop behind Margarita Mamun. Staniouta won 2 gold medals (clubs and ball) at the 2013 World Games in Cali beating Ukrainians Rizatdinova and Maksymenko. At the 2013 World Cup series in St.Petersburg, Russia, Staniouta won the silver in all-around ahead of Russian Yana Kudryavtseva and won bronze medals in hoop, clubs final. At the 2013 World Championships in Kiev, Ukraine, Staniouta qualified to all 4 event finals where she won bronze medals in ribbon and ball, placed 5th in hoop and 7th in clubs. She won the All-around bronze medal at the 2013 World Championships with an overall score of 72.166 points. In October, she competed at the 2013 Grand Prix Brno and won bronze in the all-around, hoop, ball, ribbon and silver in clubs. In October 25–27, Staniouta competed at the World Club Championship, the 2013 Aeon Cup in Tokyo, Japan representing team Dinamo (together with teammate Katsiaryna Halkina) won the team silver. She also won the silver medal in the All-around finals ahead of Mamun.
Melitina Staniouta Net Worth
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After analyzing Melitina's recent activities, we predict that Melitina Staniouta's net worth $100,00-$250,000.
|Net Worth & Salary|
|Net Worth (2021)||$150,000 - $350,000 (Approx.)|
|Estimated Net Worth (2020)||$100,000 - $250,000|
|Net Worth (2019)||$50,000 - $100,000|
|Estimated Salary||Under Review.|
Age, Height & Birthday
Melitina Staniouta age 25 years old. Melitina's birthday November 15, 1993. According to many online source, Melitina Staniouta height Not Available right now.
In 2012, Staniouta competed at the 2012 European Championships and finished 6th in All-around. At the World Cup series in Minsk, she won bronze medals in hoop, clubs and ribbon final ahead of fellow Belarusian Liubov Charkashyna. She competed in her first Olympics in 2012 London and finished 12th at the qualifications but did not advance to the Top 10 finals.