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Diana Bulimar turned 27 years old. The former gymnast is a phenomenon on social networks – PHOTO GALLERY

Diana Bulimar turned 27 years old. Former European champion in artistic gymnastics and bronze medalist at the London Olympics, she celebrated with friends and posted several pictures on social networks, she is very active there

Diana Bulimar was born on August 22, 1995 in Timisoara. She started practicing gymnastics at the age of 4 and arrived at Deva from an early age, where she trained with the national gymnastics team.

After ending her career as a gymnast, Diana Bulimar remained close to the phenomenon, but also became very active on social networks.

On Instagram, the former gymnast has more than 139,000 followers and frequently posts photos. Didi publishes images either from very sexy photo sessions, dressed in bathing suits, even topless, or pictures taken in the gym, where she trains, or from the holidays she goes with her boyfriend.

Aware of her status as an influencer, Diana also started a podcast, published on YouTube, in which she has famous gymnasts as guests to discuss their careers.

On a professional level, Diana Bulimar is a gymnastics coach at the Nadia Comăneci Gymnastics School. She works with children, her youngest students are only two years old.

Curiosities about Diana Bulimar

Diana Bulimar is 1.52 meters tall and has always been the shortest of her generation.

She is called Didi because, when she arrived at Deva, there were other girls named Diana. Because she was the youngest, everyone started calling her Didi.

During the period when she was competing for Romania, Diana Bulimar always opened the competition. “I don’t know if it’s an advantage, but I like to be the first and do my job as well as possible”, explained the former gymnast.

In 2019, Diana Bulimar published the children’s book “Didi’s story: The girl with a bag of medals“.

There is a ground element named after him.

Medals won by Diana Bulimar

►Silver medal – floor – Youth Olympic Games 2010

►Bronze medal – team – Olympic Games London 2012

►Gold medal – team – European Championships – Brussels 2012

►Silver medal – cheese – European Championships – Moscow 2013

►Bronze medal – floor – European Championships – Moscow 2013

►Gold medal – team – European Championships – Sofia 2014

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