Israeli rhythmic gymnast Linoy Ashram captured her second and third medals of the weekend on Sunday at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup Championship in Minsk, Belarus, the Jerusalem Post reports.
Her final-round score of 20.650 in the clubs event was good enough for first place, while earlier in the day she took the bronze medal in the ball discipline and finished sixth in the hoops competition.
On Saturday, the 19-year-old Israeli set a new world record with a score of 20.65 points in the clubs even, the best recorded result since the rules were changed two years ago.
Ashram also won the gold medal in the all-round phase of the competition, in which gymnasts perform routines using a hoop, clubs, ball and ribbon. The Israeli team finished in fifth place overall.