Boryana Kaleyn is leading the individual ball and hoop standings in Pamplona ©Getty Images

Olympian Boryana Kaleyn has dominated the individual proceedings at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Challenge Cup in Pamplona in Spain.

The Bulgarian scored the highest in the ball and hoop to give herself a helpful lead at the top of the all-around standings.

The rhythmic gymnast recorded 32.450 in hoop to fend off Slovenia’s Ekaterina Vedeneeva and Germany’s Magarita Kolosov.

Vedeneeva tallied 31.650 while Kolosov put up 31.400 to secure third.

Kaleyn produced an even better performance in ball, tallying 32.700 to just edge Germany’s Darja Varfolomeev by just 0.050 points.

Her compatriot Stiliana Nikolova finished third in ball with 31.950. 

The individual standings see Kaleyn top the charts with a total of 66.150. 

Slovenia's Ekaterina Vedeneeva tallied 31.650 in the hoop category ©Getty Images
Slovenia's Ekaterina Vedeneeva tallied 31.650 in the hoop category ©Getty Images

The 18-year-old Kolosov, with a score of 31.650 in ball, came second overall with a score of 63.050.

Vedeneeva, who managed to produce 31.150 in ball, is currently on third with a total of 62.800. 

Italy are currently leading the group qualification in hoop with a score of 36.050. 

With 32.600 points, Israel are currently on second place. 

Spain, with 32.000, complete the top-three places. 

The competition is expected to offer World Challenge Cup ranking points with individuals in the top 20 and all group teams due to earn points based on where they finish in the apparatus and all-around events.

The World Challenge Cup is scheduled to continue tomorrow.