Information // World Cup in Budapest

Here new listings (we hope that nothing else will change)

Russian juniors will present at the tournament:
- Alina Yermolova
- Maria Sergeyeva
- Daria Pridannikova
- Catherine Aiupova

The seniors tournament will be:
- Maria Titova
- Dina Averina
- Ekaterina Selezneva

World Cup:
- Yana Kudryavtseva
- Margarita Mamun
- Alexandra Soldatova

Good Luck to everyone!!

Vera Nikolaevna Shatalina

Who is she?

She is the coach of the twins. Helps them to improve, accompanies in competitions, and support at all times.

Every day she trains them, in the competitions she is not separated from the twins. Gives support, encouragement, comfort ... But she scolds them if they do something wrong or make mistakes. It's her job. She has to do the twins get better every day.

Vera caring for Arina
Vera caring for Dina
Many people believe she has preferences. She prefers Dina than Arina.
She has NO preference.
She loves Dina and Arina alike. She loves them very much.
Vera sacrifices for them and delivered in heart and soul.

Aleksei Averin, DiA's father, says:

"Вера Николаевна - это вторая МАМА наших девочек! Сколько она вкладывает в них своей души и сердца!!! Мы ВАМ очень благодарны за все, что Вы делаете для наших девченок!!!"
  "Vera Nikolaevna is the second mother of our girls! Much Has Been Invested in them Her heart and soul !!! We are grateful for all that you do to our girls !!!" (bling/google translator)
Vera hugging the girls (both at the same time)
(In another words: DiA's parents are so much grateful with Vera. Vera does a great job with DiA. She makes the way as a mother for DiA, no one can say against her.)

Vera hugging Dina
Vera kissing Arina in the forehead
So, stop to say fake things. Do not bring things out of context! VERA HAS NO PREFERENCE! SHE LOVES THE TWINS ALIKE! SHE LOVES DINA! SHE LOVES ARINA! SHE LOVES DIA ALIKE!!!

Here we show you the photos of one competition:
(Context: DiA have a competition. Dina is sick, she has fever. Arina makes some mistakes and "near mistakes" - about that, Vera scolds her but minutes latter she is hugging her, kissing her, caring her, advising her - she loves Arina alike she loves Dina like a mother)

Vera scolding Arina by her mistakes with ball

Vera advising Arina

Vera supporting Arina

Vera caring Arina

Curiosities about twins

We wanna show a list of curiosities about twins, this does not mean that Dina and Arina show each and every one of those curiosities! 
  1. The twins developed their own language called Criptofasia. This language, also called "twin language" occurs during the early childhood and sometimes involves speech slows down the process, but it is no secret or magic language, but a way to express themselves.
  2. The twins interact when they are in the womb: twins begin to interact from week 14 and 18 and can be played. I had the wonderful opportunity to see my twins in the belly interact through 4D ultrasounds and is truly amazing. Since be elbowing or kicking to get a caress.
  3. Identical twins have different fingerprints. The fingerprint is unique and unrepeatable, which is also also occurs in the identical and fraternal twins.
  4. Twins who are separated at birth but reunited years later are very similar interests and personality. Such is the case of identical twins Jim Lewis and Jim Springer were separated when they were only 4 weeks old. Each was adopted by different families and kept no contact. They met again after many years and found they had many things in common: both were called Jim, had a dog named "Toy" as children and married twice. Both drove Chevys, smoked the same brand of cigarettes and drank the very brand of beer. And their first wives were called Linda and Betty second! Awesome !!!
  5. Identical twins are not always two. There are cases of identical triplets, but they are very rare and occur in one in 200 million births.
  1. 22% of identical twins are lefties and interestingly only 10% of the general population is left-handed.
  2. Identical twins begin to physically differentiate themselves over the years as a result of the experiences that are living.
  3. Identical twins share brain and thought patterns. Possibly this is because they spend a lot of time together and have similar responses to the same stimuli.
  4. Women with twins live longer. Aparenteme women who have given birth to twins enjoy better health and more physical strength than those that have single births. Some believe that twins are an evolutionary adaptation that allows women to better health have more opportunities to pass those good genes two individuals in a single pregnancy.
  5. Tall women are more likely to have twin pregnancies. According to some studies it has found that tall women have more IGF (insulin growth factor), a closely related protein with ovulation. The more IGF, more likely to release multiple eggs, which in turn increases the chances of multiple pregnancies. Other studies also show that, on average, women who give birth to twins is three higher than the other mothers, on average centimeters.

  1. 25% of identical twins show that is called "mirror look." That means the opposite side presenting physical characteristics. If you have a mole on his left cheek, the other will be on the right. If you are left-handed, the other is right-handed.
  2. Africa is the continent with the largest number of twins. Blacks have more likely than white to have twins and specifically in Central Africa are 18 pairs of twins per 1000 births. In Benin, there are 27.9 per thousand are twins.
  3. The lower rate of twins is in Asia and Latin America, with 8 pairs of twins per thousand births. United States, Europe and Australia are in the middle, with rates ranging from 9 to 16 twin births per thousand.
  4. The navel is a hallmark to differentiate the twins. The scar left cord detachment is unique because it does not depend on genetic and occurs as a result of cutting the cord. Curious, no?
  5. Ingesting large amounts of milk increases the chances of multiple pregnancies. A recent study in the Journal Reproductive Medicine (Journal of Reproductive Medicine) compared statistics between vegan and non-vegan mothers. Those who drank milk were nothing more and nothing less five times more likely to have twins! Cows, like humans, also produce IGF, which is transmitted through the milk to women who consume this product.

  1. Monozygotic twins are usually of the same sex (XX and XY male couple female pair). The only exception to this rule is the one produced by Turner syndrome, in which one of the embryos lose all or part Following X chromosome pair, one twin will be chromosomally child and the other child, although this last not reach and develop sexually or have possibility of conceiving.
  2. The twins begin to interact in the womb at 14 weeks of gestation. At 18 weeks, and touch. This was verified through 4D ultrasounds performed several women waiting twins.
  3. Identical twins share brain and thought patterns.
  4. Sniffer dogs can differentiate identical twins with his nose! Identical twins may confuse your friends, teachers or parents ... But not a sniffer dog! Recent research has revealed that German shepherds trained can differentiate identical twins. The scent of a person is affected by factors such as food or infections, which creates a unique olfactory mark and differentiate these animals working perfectly.
  5. The mothers body uniquely suited for twins. A mother's breast regulates its temperature depending on the needs of your baby. In the case of mothers of twins, her breasts can be adjusted independently for each baby when you load at the same time.Which list is Mother Nature!

  1. The odds of having twins is higher today than 30 years ago. The rate of twin births has increased by 76% since 1980. Experts believe that this is because older women are having more children and women are more prone to this type of pregnancies after thirty years.
  2. The twins also appear on the immune system. Therefore, in many cases, in the same way sick and at the same time. Some research has shown that nine types of antibodies, twins born from the same egg are seven equal, whereas the average for other children going from six to four.
  3. They have similar dreams: so say the twins Giorgio and Nicola Pressburger, writers and filmmakers, who wrote a novel from one of his dreams, "Green Elephant".
  4. Identical or monozygotic twins may share the same placenta or have different placentas. Approximately 70% of cases, identical twins share the same placenta, compared with 30% in those with different placentas. The presence of separate placentas can only be determined through scientific examinations after birth.
  5. Identical or monozygotic twins are those that come from the fertilization of a single egg, which during the first two weeks of conception is divided into two zygotes or fertilized eggs are exactly alike. Identical twins share the most genes and, except in rare cases, are always the same sex.