Anastasia Ermakova Awards

Sport achievements.

Anastasia Ermakova 4-times Olympic Champion, 9-times World Champion, 7-times European Champion in synchronized swimming, the best European swimmer of 2008 (LEN).

Born 08.04.1983 in Moscow – Russia.

When she was 4 years old she joined a choreography school in Moscow, where she began her first steps in the world of the creative work, dance and art.

Her sport career began in 1988 when a five-year-old girl successfully passed the selection for a group of synchronized swimming.

From this moment the sport became the most important part of her life and the gold medals were unique goals to reach.

1998 she won first Youth Olympic Games  that were hold in Moscow – Russia:

medaglia_oro Gold medals: Figures, Solo, Duo, Team

 1999 World Junior Championship Cali – Colombia:

medaglia_oroGold medals: Duo, Team

 2000 European Junior Championship Bonn – Berlin:

medaglia_oroGold medals: Figures, Solo, Duo, Team

 2001 World Junior Championship Seattle – USA:

medaglia_oroGold medals: Solo, Duo, Team

After lots of the victories in youth and junior teams she entered in national Russian synchronized swimming team in 2000.


2001 European Cup Bari – Italia:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

Bronze medal – Solo

 2001 World Championship Fukuoka – Japan:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

medaglia_argento  Silver medal – Duo

 2002 European Championship Berlin – German:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

2002 World Cup Zurich – Switzerland:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

 2003 European cup Istanbul – Turkey:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

 2003 World Championship Cup Barcelona – Spain:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

medaglia_argento  Silver medal – Solo

 2004 European Championship Madrid – Spain:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal- Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

2004 Olympic Games Athens – Greece:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

 2005 European Cup Moscow – Russia:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

 2005 World Championship Montreal – Canada:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal  –  Free Combination

2006 World Cup Yokohama – Japan:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal  – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Free Combination

2006 European Championship Budapest – Hungary:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Free Combination

2007 European Cup Rome – Italy:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Free Combination

2007 World Championship Melbourne – Australia:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo Technic

 medaglia_oro  Gold medal – duo Free

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Free Combination

 2008 Olympic Games Beijing – China:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Duo

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Team

 2010 European Championship Budapest – Hungary:

medaglia_oro  Gold medal – Free Combination

Because of the shoulder injury, which happened in 2002 during one of the competitions, Anastasia needed to get a surgery in 2009 to be able to continue her sport career and preparation for the third Olympic Games in London 2012. Unfortunately, the surgery didn`t resolve the problem and Anastasia decided to leave the professional sport, but starts her coach career.

2010 – 2012 she works with the Kazakhstan National Team, in particular as a coach and choreographer for the Olympic Duo.

2011 works with Austrian Olympic Duo as a choreographer (technic and free routines)

October 2011 – today: coach of the Italian Club and choreographer for the Italian National Team

Nowadays organizes stages and personal training for the athletes from around the world who want to improve the technic or general skills, works as choreographer for national teams worldwide.