7. July 2019
Naples, ITA
Artistic Gymnastics

The world sports games of the students have been held since 1959. This year's Universiade in Naples (Italy) is the 30th edition. It is attended by around 6,000 athletes from 118 different countries. After the opening ceremony on Wednesday (3 July), the gymnastics competitions have started.
Dominant performances were carried out by teams from the current Olympic host in 2020: JAPAN won both, the men's team competition in front of Chinese Taipei and Russia and is leading...

6. July 2019
Troyes, FRA
Artistic Gymnastics

The French men's Team Tricolor realized an unbeaten host victory in a friendly triple meet in Troyes (FRA, department Aube). With 242,900 points, the French team won clearly with over 6 points ahead of the "shooting" nation Turkey (236,459) and with more than 10 points clearly before a young German selection (232,250).
Best all-around fighters were the two Frenchmen Julien SALEUR (80,200) - who is under contract with the German second division club TG Hanauerland - as well...

30. June 2019
Gyor, HUN
Artistic Gymnastics

The F.I.G. wrote about the first day of the very first Junior World Championships in history of artistic gymnastics in Gyor / HUN:
Japan dominate on historic opening day of Junior Worlds


History was made at the Audi Arena, Gyor, Hungary on Thursday, 27 June, as the first ever medals of the FIG Artistic Gymnastics Junior World Championships were handed out – and many of them were heading to JAPAN. They won the boys’ Team...

30. June 2019
Minsk, BLR
Artistic Gymnastics

On Thursday, June 27 the Artistic Gymnastics competitions of the EUROPEAN GAMES started  in the Minsk Arena.
Both the men and women battled for a spot in the all-around and apparatus finals. The top 18 with a limit of 2 per country and the top 6 with only one gymnast per country advance to these finals. Spread over two subdivisions, Europe’s top gymnasts gave the best of themselves.
Russia’s David Belyavskiy, the

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9. June 2019
Ghent, BEL
Artistic Gymnastics

The 2019 Flanders International Team Challenge was held from June 8-9 at the Flanders Sports Arena in Ghent, Belgium.
Gymnasts from Belgium, Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Romania, Spain, Poland, Germany, Argentina, Norway, Austria, Israel, Sweden, Iceland, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Italy, Great Britain, and Azerbaijan were invited to compete.
In the World Championships Arena of 2001, the the Belgian hosts proved to be the strongest - led by their world champion and two-time European champion (uneven bars) Nina...

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