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18 March, 2016

Doha (QAT) SM Office, March 18, 2016: Giulia Steingruber (born 24 March 1994) is a Swiss artistic gymnast. She competed for Switzerland at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and she is a European all-around (2015) and vault (2013, 2014) champion. She is the first Swiss female gymnast to win the European all-around title.
At the 2014 European Championships, Steingruber won a gold medal on vault with a score of 14.666.
At the 2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, Steingruber qualified to the all-around final and placed 15th with a score of 55.132. She also tied for 5th place in the vault final with Great Britain’s Claudia Fragapane, with a score of 14.716.
At the 2015 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships, Steingruber won the all-around title ahead of Maria Kharenkova of Russia and Ellie Downie of Great Britain, with a score of 57.873. However, she failed to defend her vault title, and was beaten by the Olympic vault medalist Maria Paseka; Steingruber won the silver medal with a score of 15.149. She also qualified to the uneven bars final and placed 6th with a score of 13.766. Steingruber qualified first to the floor final, but ended up winning the bronze medal with a score of 14.466 behind silver medalist Claudia Fragapane of Great Britain and gold medalist Ksenia Afanasyeva of Russia. Steingruber’s three medals made her the most decorated gymnast from these championships.
In June she competed at the 2015 European Games held in Baku, along with teammates Jessica Diacci and Caterina Barloggio. She won the silver medal in the all-around, with a score of 56.699. In addition, she won the gold medal on vault, with a total score of 14.999 and on floor, with a score of 14.266. She was also the bronze medalist on the balance beam, with a 13.700.
Later, she competed in the 2015 Glasgow World Championships. She qualified to the All Around Final (she finished 5th) Floor and Vault Finals. She injured her knee in vault finals (7th tied with Alexa Moreno).