Hi, my name is Anastasia Gloushkov Leventhal (אנסטסיה גלושקוב-לבנטל)

Anastasia Gloushkov is an 31 year old Israeli Olympic synchronized swimmer. 
Gloushkov is Jewish, born in Moscow.
Her parents were both accomplished swimmers, and when she was six the family moved to Greece, In 1994 they moved to Jerusalem, Israel

She won the bronze medal in synchronized swimming at the 1996 Belgium Open, and was fourth at the 1998 Youth Olympic Games.
At the 2000 Mediterranean Games in Jerusalem, at the age of 15 she won gold medals in both the singles and the duet events.
In 2003, she won a bronze medal at the European Youth Championship.

Gloushkov was a member for  at the  2004 Summer Olympics in Athens , Greece, there she came in 17th.

Gloushkov competed for Israel at the  2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, in the synchronized swimming duet, in which she and Yoffe came in 15th.


Gloushkov represent Israel at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, finishing in 17th place.

Gloushkov will present Israel with Evgenia Tetelbaum  at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio Brazil.

Rio Olympics will be Gloushkov 4th Olympics 

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First Name: Anastasia
Last Name: Gloushkov Leventhal
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Birth Date: May 24th, 1985
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Maccabi Kiriyat HaYovel, Jerusalem
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Best Results 
7th| European Championship  London 2016  



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