Margarita Mamun
Margarita Mamun

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Name: Margarita Mamun
Occupation: Gymnast
Gender: Female
Birth Day: November 1, 1995
Age: 25
Country: Russia
Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

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Margarita Mamun

Margarita Mamun was born on November 1, 1995 in Russia (25 years old). Margarita Mamun is a Gymnast, zodiac sign: Scorpio. Find out Margarita Mamunnet worth 2020, salary 2020 detail bellow.


Incredibly popular on social media, she has gained a following of more than 400,000 fans on her Instagram alone.

Net Worth

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Salary 2020

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Before Fame

One of her earliest tournaments was the Miss Valentine Cup in 2005. Though mainly a competitor for Russia, she briefly competed for Bangladesh in the junior division.

Biography Timeline


Mamun competed at the 2011 International Tournament of Calais, where she won gold in the All-around and in hoop, clubs and ribbon final. She made her senior international breakthrough at the 2011 World Cup in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where she won the bronze medal in all-around and gold in ball finals ahead of Liubov Charkashyna. In 2012, she competed at the 2012 Moscow Grand Prix, where she finished 9th in all-around.

In the 2012 FIG World Cup series event in Kiev (Deriugina Cup), Mamun won the bronze medal in hoop, ball and ribbon final. At the Sofia event of the 2012 World Cup series she won the all-around gold. She finished 4th in all-around at the Tashkent leg. She and teammate Daria Dmitrieva then competed at the senior 2012 AEON Cup in Japan and won the team gold medal.


In 2013, Mamun started her season competing at the Moscow Grand Prix winning the gold medal in all-around ahead of silver medalist Sylvia Miteva and teammate Daria Svatkovskaya. She also won gold in hoop, ball, clubs and bronze in ribbon final.

At the 2013 World Cup series in St.Petersburg, Russia, Mamun won the all-around gold medal and in the event finals, she won gold medal in (hoop, clubs, ribbon) and silver in ball. Mamun then competed at the 2013 World Championships in Kiev, Ukraine, where she won gold medal in ball with a score of 18.516 points and shared the gold medal in clubs with teammate Yana Kudryavtseva; she also took bronze medal in hoop and placed 5th in ribbon final. Mamun finished 6th at the 2013 World Championships All-around final.


In 2014, Mamun began her competitive season at the 2014 Moscow Grand Prix where she won the all-around gold medal ahead of teammate Maria Titova. She then won three gold medals in the hoop, ball and clubs event finals and silver in ribbon. She won the all-around silver medal at the 2014 Thiais Grand Prix behind Kudryavsteva, a silver in hoop and gold in clubs.


In 2015, Mamun started her season at the 2015 Moscow Grand Prix where she won gold in the all-around, ribbon and hoop finals. She also won bronze in the ball final.

At the 2015 Sofia World Cup, Mamun won the all-around silver medal, she qualified to 3 apparatus finals, taking silver in hoop, ribbon and finished 8th in ball after a drop from a risk and with her retrieving the apparatus, rolling out of the carpet. At the 2015 World Cup stage in Kazan, Mamun won the all-around gold medal with a total of 75.550 points beating teammate Yana Kudryavtseva, Mamun's momentum was built further after a drop from Kudryavtseva's clubs and not completing a risk element scored only 17.800. Mamun qualified to all apparatus, showing her best results for the finals in Hoop (19.100), Ball (19.050), Clubs (19.100) and Ribbon (19.100).


Mamun used to hold both Russian and Bangladeshi citizenship. However, because of Russian constitutional laws which do not allow dual citizenship, she now solely holds citizenship of the Russian Federation. She has one younger brother named Filipp Al Mamun. Her father's birthplace is Kashipur, Durgapur, Rajshahi, Bangladesh. On 26 August 2016, Mamun's father, Abdullah, died from cancer at the age of 52, two days after she returned to Russia from Brazil, 6 days after she won Olympic gold

In 2016, Mamun started her season at the 2016 Moscow Grand Prix finishing 4th in the all-around, she qualified to 2 apparatus finals taking gold in clubs and ball (tied with teammate Aleksandra Soldatova). On 12–13 March, Mamun competed at the MTM Tournament in Ljubljana, Slovenia where she won the all-around gold with a total of 75.950 points, in the apparatus finals; she won gold in hoop, clubs, ribbon and bronze in ball.

On 8–10 July, Mamun won the all-around gold medal at the 2016 Kazan World Cup with a total of 77.050 points, beating teammate Kudryavsteva by more than 2 points, Mamun also qualified to all 4 apparatus finals taking gold in clubs, ribbon and silver in hoop, ball. On 22–24 July, culminating the World Cup of the season in 2016 Baku World Cup, Mamun won another all-around gold which she narrowly defeated Kudryavsteva with a total of 77.150 points - which is a New World Record and updating Mamun's personal Record. In the apparatus finals: Mamun won gold medals in ball, clubs, and ribbon (clubs and ribbon tied with Kudryavsteva), and silver in hoop. On 9–11 September, Mamun together with teammates Aleksandra Soldatova and junior Maria Sergeeva represented team Gazprom at the annual 2016 Aeon Cup in Tokyo, where they won the team gold and with Mamun winning the senior individual all-around title.


On 4 November 2017, Irina Viner officially announced to the Russian press that Mamun has completed her competitive career in rhythmic gymnastics.

Shortly after the 2016 Olympic Games, Mamun became engaged to Olympic swimmer Alexandr Sukhorukov. The couple had been dating for three years when Sukhorukov proposed to Mamun at the Russian Olympic Ball. The couple married on 8 September 2017. On 17 July 2019, Mamun announced that she was pregnant through a post on her Instagram. On 3 October 2019, she gave birth to her son, Lev Alexandrovich Sukhorukov.

Family Life

Margarita's father, Abdullah Al Mamun, has a masters in marine engineering and her mother, Anna, was a former rhythmic gymnast. Margarita has a younger brother named Filipp Al Mamun.

🎂 Upcoming Birthday

Currently, Margarita Mamun is 26 years, 2 months and 25 days old. Margarita Mamun will celebrate 27th birthday on a Tuesday 1st of November 2022. Below we countdown to Margarita Mamun upcoming birthday.


Recent Birthday Highlights

22nd birthday - Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Olympic rhythmic gymnastics champion Mamun retires at 22

MOSCOW (AP) — Margarita Mamun, the Olympic all-around rhythmic gymnastics champion, has retired at the age of 22. Mamun's coach, Irina Viner-Usmanova, tells Russia's state news agency Tass that Mamun "has finished and won't compete," adding that she "has completed her mission" in sports. Born in Moscow to Russian and Bangladeshi parents, Mamun retires with seven world championship gold medals.

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