Israeli rhythmic gymnast Daria Atamanov finished with two gold medals and a silver at the World Games in Birmingham, Alabama.
Atamanov, 16 took first place for her ribbon routine on Wednesday, and came second in the batons contest.
Her success came the day after she took the gold medal for her ball routine. In the remaining of the four disciplines in the event, the hoops, she came sixth.
As result, Israel finished top of the table in the rhythmic gymnastics with three medals, followed by Italy with one gold and two silver, and Bulgaria with a gold and silver.
Atamanov has won several other medals in recent years, and is seen as a potential successor to Linoy Ashram, who recently retired after bringing home a gold medal from the Tokyo Olympics last year.
Also heading for a medal at the World Games in Birmingham was Israeli kickboxing Shir Cohen, who fought her way to the final of the under-52-kilo category on Wednesday.
On to the Finals! Shir Cohen wins Women’s Kickboxing under 52kg Semifinals at @TheWorldGames @TWG2022. #israeliwomen #TeamIsrael #SheRocks! @thesportsrabbi
— Israel in Atlanta (@IsraelAtlanta) July 14, 2022
Cohen overcame Klara Strnadova of the Czech Republic and will face Poland’s Iwona Nieroda-Zdziebko in the final on Thursday.