Italian all-around world champion Sofia Raffaeli, centre, finished the 2023 European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships with two individual gold medals ©AGF

Italian all-around world champion Sofia Raffaeli finished the 2023 European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships with two individual gold medals.

The 19-year-old executed her routine spectacularly to score 33.650 in the ball final before adding the clubs title with a total of 33.000.

Darja Varfolomeev of Germany was a cut above the rest, in the ribbon final.

She scored 32.250 to win the gold medal in Baku while Ukrainian Viktoriia Onopriienko mastered the hoop event.

Onopriienko bagged a total score of 33.250 for the title.

Bulgarian all-around European champion Boryana Kaleyn added to her gold medal yesterday by winning silver in clubs, scoring 32.650.

A fine execution in the hoop routine earned her a bronze medal as well, where she totalled 32.250.

Her compatriot and European all-around bronze medallist Stiliana Nikolova added a silver in the ball final and took bronze in ribbon.

She scored 33.350 to finish second in the ball event before sealing the ribbon bronze with 31.550.

Another Bulgarian in Eva Brezalieva was the silver medallist in the ribbon final, scoring 31.600.

Slovenia got an individual medal after Ekaterina Vedeneeva put in an inspiring performance to notch 31.700 points for the clubs bronze medal.

The five hoops final saw Israel clinch the crown by getting a total of 35.800.

Bulgarian gymnasts have been sensational in Baku, as they got one more podium spot.

They scored 35.250 to get the silver medal while Italians settled for bronze with 34.950.

Hosts Azerbaijan signed off the tournament in style, by standing on top of the podium.

They were crowned European champions in three ribbons and two balls final, edging Israel to the title.

The hosts scored 32.250 while silver medallists Israel claimed 32.150 points.

Spain was the third best team with a score of 31.200.

The next edition of the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships is scheduled to be held in Budapest, Hungary, from May 22 to May 26.