Welcome to Sandra Izbașa Online, dedicated to the talented Romanian Artistic Gymnast Sandra.
Sandra is the Gold Medalist in the Floor Exercise Final at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and a Bronze medalist with her team! She is also the All Around Champion of the 2008 Arthur Gander Memorial and the 2008 Nadia Comaneci Invitational.
2011 brought Sandra the European title on vault and floor!
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Sandra Izbașa in just a few seconds

Sandra Izbașa, gold medalist:
"I like challenges and I told myself that this is a challenge. If it goes well it means it's going well, if not...I keep trying.
Any type of injury like the one I had stops a gymnast from training physically and mentally, but whoever has a strong mentality and, of course, people around who can motivate you to continue...why not?
I saw how the girls were competing and how I wasn't there, I gave myself a lot of ambition to be at their level.
Before competitions I don't do anything special. I listen to music and I concentrate. That's all.
The last time I counted my medals was when I was injured and I had over 150 medals, but valuable medals (Europeans, Worlds and Olympics) I had 13. Now, I have 15. smile
I don't see myself in competition when I would be over 30 because I like living life, not only gymnastics.
I am not a big fan of nightlife ... I'm not passionate about this 'sport'. smile
There is no need to recover lost time, because there is no such thing. If I don't want to do something, then I don't do it. So I have no regrets.
I only put on make-up in competitions, it's a hobby for me. I said I would take some make-up artist lessons."

Source: www.adevarul.ro
Posted on Apr 14 2011
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