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You're thinking of Nadia Comaneci I bet, but she's Romanian...not Russian.

Soviet Nelli Kim scored the second perfect ten in Olympic competition seconds after Comaneci did, if that helps. But probably not what you were looking for.

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Q: Who was the Russian gymnast who scored a perfect ten?
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