14. October 2018
Tokyo, JPN
Artistic Gymnastics

The Japan Gymnastics Association revealed Kohei UCHIMURA injured his right ankle during a recent practice for the upcoming world championships in Qatar. Uchimura, a six-time world all-around champion, injured ligaments in the ankle while landing a vault at the National Training Center on September 25.
The 29-year-old, who suffered a similar injury to his left ankle at last year’s Worlds in Montreal (CAN), is still planning to compete at the world championships in Doha from October 25 to...

10. October 2018
Buenos Aires, ARG
Artistic Gymnastics

During the 133rd Session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), FIG President Morinari Watanabe was elected and sworn in as new IOC Member. His membership is linked to his function within an International Federation (IF) and his FIG Presidency.
The Session met 8 and 9 October in Buenos Aires, Argentina, currently hosting the Youth Olympic Games (YOG). >> www.fig-gymnastics.com...

6. October 2018
Leverkusen, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

 Slovenia ahead England and Germany -


 ... that was the order of the 43rd International Leverkusen Cup 2018 in the Ostermann Arena of Leverkusen (GER).
Gymnasts from seven nations offered 1,500 spectators an exciting gymnastics competition at a high, top international level in a great atmosphere.
For the first time, the victory went to SLOVENIA and this at its 23rd participation in this oldest European top-gymnastics tournament by format!
With a top score of 101,600...

9. September 2018
Leverkusen, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

With its 43rd edition, the oldest and most traditional European artistic gymnastics competition, the "INTERNATIONAL LEVERKUSEN CUP", is slowly going in the direction of "half a century"!  On the 6th of October the time has come again: In the Ostermann Arena in Leverkusen's Bismark Street teams from England, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia and South Africa meet three teams of the host nation Germany.
Interesting occupations are expected in the run-up to the World Gymnastics Championships (in Doha /...

19. August 2018
Boston, USA
Artistic Gymnastics
Olympic champion Simone Biles (USA) compiled the highest score in the world this year when she piled up 60.100 points (!) on the first night of the U.S. women's gymnastics championship in Boston on Friday. She recorded the highest score in all four disciplines - the floor routine, balance beam, uneven bars and vault - to head defending champion Morgan Hurd on 57.000 points. The 21-year-old Biles has her sights set on more Olympic glory in Tokyo in...

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