Ofir Kremer

Ofir Kremer is an Israeli artistic gymnast. Born in June 1999, Kremer competed as a junior in 2014, and has competed as a senior from 2016 onwards.
Junior career
Kremer first entered the world stage as a junior in April 2014. She competed at the International Women Competition, held in Brno, Czechia, where she placed 16th in the all-around with a 44.400.
In May, Kremer competed at the 2014 European Gymnastics Championships. She helped her team to a 22nd-place finish, competing on all four apparatus and counting scores towards the team total on all but beam. She did not qualify to the all-around or any event finals.
Senior career
Kremer did not compete at an international level in 2015, but returned strongly in 2016 at the DTB Team Challenge in March. In qualifying, she scored a 47.350, which put in her 19th place.
Kremer's most successful meet to date was the Israeli Championships. She came close to sweeping the event, scoring gold in the all-around and every event but bars, where she took second place.
Kremer took part in numerous World Cups and friendly meets throughout 2016, mostly competing only two or three events. She competed in the Ljubljana World Challenge Cup, Osijek World Challenge Cup, Czech Friendly - where she took bronze on beam with a 12.750 - and Varna World Challenge Cup. The Israeli team qualified in 23rd place, with a combined score of 138.364.
Kremer's 2017 competition schedule has also been busy. In March, she competed only on beam at the Baku World Cup. She qualified to the event final, but did not win a medal. Later in March, she participated in the Sainte Gym Cup, putting up low scores on uneven bars, beam, and floor.
Kremer returned to win the all-around competition at the Maccabiah Games, with a score of 49.050; a significant improvement on her previous scores, especially given changes to the Code of Points which caused all scores to be approximately 0.500 lower from the beginning of 2017. Kremer qualified to the uneven bars and balance beam finals, where she placed silver on bars with a 10.725.<ref name=":0" />
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