Svetlana LeonidovnaBoginskaya is a Soviet-Belarusian gymnast who is famously known as the “Goddess of Gymnastics” and “Belarusian Swan” because of balletic grace and gymnastic skills. Her last name derives from “boginya” which also literally means “goddess” in Russian. She started figure skating in her childhood and then transferred to gymnastics at age six. Svetlana is exclusively well-known for dramatic choreography and artistry she displayed during international events. She is a three-time Olympic Champion, which includes team golds in 1988 and 1992 and an individual gold medal at the 1988 in Vault. Svetlana won her first international event with a bronze for balance beam, during the World Championships in 1987. She secured four medals in the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. Yet, she is often condemned for her appearance, and quite hilariously, it is for her feet.