Florica Leonida

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Florica Leonida
Country represented  Romania
Born (1987-01-13) January 13, 1987 (age 31)
Hometown Bucharest
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Head coach(es) Octavian Bellu
Assistant coach(es) Mariana Bitang
Former coach(es) Eliza Stoica

Florica (Floarea) Leonida (born January 13, 1987 in Bucharest, Romania[1]) is a retired Romanian artistic gymnast. She is a silver world medalist and a silver European medalist with the team.[2][3] She was a successful junior gymnast winning gold on beam and three silver medals (all around, floor and team) at the 2002 Junior European Championships.[4]


  1. ^ Gymbox Floarea Leonida
  2. ^ European Union of Gymnastics 2006 Women European Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  3. ^ European Union of Gymnastics 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  4. ^ European Union of Gymnastics 2002 Women European Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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