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Taking A Working Vacation- Russian Style

The gymnasts of the Russian federation were seen in Sochi this week for their post-worlds training camp.
Looks like fun. Via Russian Gymnastics

According to a news article on The girls are enjoying a little R&R while keeping up their training at the site of the winter Olympics, which will be held in February. Pictures of them on some out door training equipment have been making their way around the gymternet. Making her way back to training is Viktoria Komova who has recovered from a bout of viral meningitis.
Just call her Spider-Vika

There is an accompanying news piece featuring the girls getting in shape  doing some strength and cardio training with stairs and some track running. Vika is featured and she's looking very healthy and she looks a little more refreshed and content than she has in awhile.  Vika had been ready to compete at the Russian Cup when she got sick.

Aliya packing some heat
"I was very ready before the Cup of Russia , and I was hit by the disease.  [I am] only now beginning to recover, and so it would act and I will continue to speak . I've only just started to move, 4 day train after two months. "

Aliya Mustafina talked about her recent beam win during worlds:

"In fact, I still do not know how I did it, because the beam is not my best [event].  But it was enough to make all clean and not loose. I just go out and understand what I need to do my [routine]. I have won out there and we must do everything as best you can . "

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