19. June 2020
Munich, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Summer Olympics, the Munich Olympic Park is to experience the 2022 European Championships as a multiple sports event like Glasgow 2018. A total of nine sports will host their continental championships: athletics, artistic gymnastics, rowing, cycling and triathlon are set, as well as climbing, canoe racing, table tennis and beach volleyball. In total, this will be the largest sports party that the Olympic Park in the Bavarian metropolis...

11. June 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

* f i g : -- In an open letter to the worldwide gymnastics family, FIG President Morinari WATANABE (JPN) describes his basic attitude and that of the World Gymnastics Federation (FIG) on questions of racism and discrimination:
"Gymnastics flourishes in diversity", so the central message and the position of the FIG to protect human rights and the rejection of any discrimination ...:

7. June 2020
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

With sadness, the US Gymnastics Federation share the passing of 1976 Olympian and three-time World gold medalist Kurt THOMAS on June 5, at the age of 64 years only. Kurt was a long-time member of the gymnastics community and, with his wife Beckie, owned and operated the "Kurt Thomas Gymnastics" in Frisco /Texas.In addition to the three gold medals Kurt Thomas received for performances on floor exercise and the horizontal bar at...

4. June 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

*E G --: In cooperation with the Local Organising Committees and in view of the current Covid-19 situation across Europe, the Executive Committee of European Gymnastics agreed with the new date proposals for the postponed 2020 European Championships.
♦♦ The European Championships in Men’s Artistic Gymnastics will be held in Baku (AZE) from 9 to 13 December 2020, followed by
♦♦ Women’s Artistic Gymnastics from 17 to 20 December.
♦♦ Kyiv (UKR)...

1. June 2020
Bratislava, SVK
Artistic Gymnastics

One of the most ardent representatives of national and international gymnastics, the Slovakian gymnastics professor Anton Gajdoš, is celebrating his 80th birthday in his hometown Bratislava today.
Born in 1940 in Dubrinica, Ukraine, he studied sports and the Slovak language at the college of education in his hometown until 1961. As a gymnast he became national champion in 1960. Later he earned great merits as an associate professor at the Institute for Theory and Didactics of Gymnastics...

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