Degree in Children's Psychology
Master of Sport
UKCC Level 5 High Performance Coach
Master Silver Level Coach 2015
British Disability Coach 2015 and 2016
LSA Founder from 2010
They say about Rhythmic Gymnastics that you know when it's your call. That said, the life of Kristina Ondon White can show you a real example of it. We can say that to walk down the path of Rhythmic Gymnastics it was chosen and destined to her.
It all started with her biggest inspiration, her very own granddad- professional Artistic gymnast.
Their attitude helped towards developing courage, patience, taste for aesthetics and feeling of dedication, which all sportsmen and coaches should possess.
Her parents would have rather seen their daughter on the ballet stage, however, Kristina decided on rhythmic gymnastics.
First time she got introduced to rhythmic gymnastics, she was 6 yrs old. Her signature behaviours are strong character, leadership, hunger for winning, which helped her to win numerous competitions and become member of an olympic squat and honoured master of sport.
Her education is crowned with two university degrees. Children psychologist and Rhythmic Gymnastics Coach at the Sport University (M.Ed.).
Kristina with her gymnast at training
Kristina with her gymnast before competition
Her coaching career begins when she was just 17 years old. For the 25 years of coaching experience, she has given the world many high level gymnasts and champions.
She was a first coach of the World level gymnast- Lala Yusifova (represent Azerbaijan).
Kristina coached FIG gymnast Meghana Gundlapally (represent India)
Kristina has founded London Sport Academy in 2010. Since this time, she has managed to gather around her the most talented and highly qualified coaches. All together, as a team brought home more than 5000 medals from National and International competitions.
Kristina with Lala Yusifova
Kristina with Meghana Gundlapally
As a High Performance Coach, she has trained and shaped one absolute Champion of England, absolute champion of National Finals, Silver medalist in British Championship and Gold medalist in British Championship for disabled children in 2015 and 2016; and very large number of winners of Regional, National and International Competitions.
In 2018 her club came 1st in team ranking in London Championship.