“QUEEN” of Sofia World Cup

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A unique crown and jewelry from “Zlatarna Celje” will be given to the gymnast who will be chosen as the “Queen of the World Cup” in Sofia!

Оfficially accredited Bulgarian and foreign journalists and photographers, as well as members of the Bulgarian Association of Sports Journalists, will have the opportunity to determine the “Queen of the World Cup”, which will be held from April 12 to 14 in “Arena Sofia”.

All gymnasts (individuals and groups) will participate in the competition. According to the regulation, the media representatives will have to choose three contestants each and rank them in first, second and third place. This year, a new requirement is being introduced – that journalists name only one representative from each nation.

Gymnasts ranked third will receive 1 point, second – 2 points and first – 3 points. The gymnast with the most points will be declared the winner.

The names of the “Queen” and her runners-up will become clear after the awarding of the champion in the individual all-around, on Saturday – April 13.

The crown is made by the Slovenian jewelry brand “Zlatarna Celje” – one of the largest European jewelry manufacturers, with 100 sites in 7 countries – Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia and Bulgaria.

The tiara is unique in its design, made of silver 925/000 with rhodium plating. The stones that are encrusted are oval white and purple cubic zirconia, all set by hand by “Zlatarna Celje” specialists. Its surface is illuminated by matte polished parts.

The crown is made according to a conceptual design by Helena Umberger.

The production of the tiara is a mix of modern technology and handcraft, and the process of its creation takes 1 month.

The winner of the “Queen of Sofia World Cup” contest and her runners-up will receive specially made jewelry from “Zlatarna Celje”.

“Queen” of the World Cup: Margarita Vasileva from Bulgaria!
Second is Liliana Lewinska from Poland and third is Alina Harnasco (independent athlete).