|Full Name||Oksana Aleksandrovna Chusovitina|
|Profession / Role||Artistic Gymnastics|
|Date of Birth||19 Jun, 1975|
Born on 19th June 1975 in Uzbekistan, Oksana Aleksandrovna Chusovitina is an artistic gymnast who has represented the Soviet Union, CIS, Unified Team, Germany and Uzbekistan in the gymnastics competitions. She is the only female gymnast ever to participate in seven Summer Olympics and one of the only two female gymnasts to represent three different national teams at the Olympics. Oksana holds the record for winning most individual World Championships medals in a single event as she has won nine medals in the vault event.
Oksana took up gymnastics at the age of seven, and at 13, she won the USSR Junior National Championships and graduated to the senior ranks the following year.
From 1993 onwards, Oksana began representing Uzbekistan in competitions, but in 2003, Uzbekistan released her, and she began representing Germany. She obtained German citizenship in 2006. After the 2012 Olympics, Oksana declared that she would take retirement and begin coaching, but she switched back to representing Uzbekistan as a gymnast after some time. By competing at the 2016 Olympic Games, she became the oldest gymnast ever to participate in the Olympics at the age of 41 and 2 months.
Representing the Soviet Union -
Representing the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) -
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