9. January 2020
Budapest, HUN
Artistic Gymnastics

Today the 5-time Hungarian former gymnast Olympic champion Àgnes KELETI celebrates her 99th birthday in the Hungarian capital Budapest.
The Holocaust survivor, born in Budapest in 1921, is currently now the oldest Olympic champion in the world.
With a "Swedish passport", the Jewess hid during the Second World War II as a Christian maid, named "Piroska Juhacz" in the Hungarian province and survived the Nazi hunt for Jews.
After the end of the war she started...

4. January 2020
RUSSIA
Artistic Gymnastics

Within a decade, between 1994 and 2004, Svetlana Wassilyevna KHORKINA became a legend of modern artistic gymnastics, even more: The two-time Olympic gold medalist (1996; 2000), who, due to the unfortunate chain of circumstances in Sydney, missed her all-around gold, which everyone expected, was 2003 in Anaheim (USA) the first female gymnast in the world to become the all-around world champion ttle for the third time. In addition to her two Olympic victories on the uneven bars, as a...

2. January 2020
Bend, Oregon
Artistic Gymnastics

For over a decade, the first German Olympic gymnastics champion in reunited Germany, Andreas WECKER - who is celebrating his 50th birthday today - has been in a completely different life. At his third Olympic Games in 1996, he won Olympic gold in Atlanta after he had caused a sensation at the top of the world for almost a decade:
At the age of 18, he won Olympic team silver with the last GDR team 1988 in Seoul and...

1. January 2020
BERLIN, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

The team and partners of the European Gymnastics Service GYMmedia INTERNATIONAL
wishes all of its business partners, clients and customers,  without those engagement the development of such a gym news system were impossible -
and also all users and friends of gymnastics from nearly 140 countries day by day
PEACEFULLY & HAPPY NEW OLYMPIC YEAR 2020


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27. December 2019
Brandenburg, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

With the opening of Tokyo’s New National Stadium in December, the final stage of the countdown to the beginning of the XXXII Olympic Games on 24 July 2020 has started. Never has a city looked “as well prepared for the Games as Tokyo at this point in time”, said IOC President Thomas Bach after the last meeting of the IOC Executive Committee. Some photos in the current edition of this journal offer a little taste of this event. They are...

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