11. March 2018
Montreal, CAN
Artistic Gymnastics

The 2018 International Gymnix brings together some of the world's best in gymnastics: elites from top clubs, former Olympians, and international contingents.
The competition all goes down this weekend in Montreal (>> live-streaming of the elite competitions).
The meet starts with the Gymnix Challenge Qualifications, running from Friday to Saturday.
The Junior International Cup follows this on Saturday evening, and the competition
finishes on Sunday afternoon with the finals.
The Gymnix Challenge...

2. March 2018
Ljubljana, SLO
Artistic Gymnastics

In 2018 the Slovenian editors are celebrating 10 years of "Science of Gymnastics Journal’s existence.
Chief editor Prof. Ivan Čuk from the University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Sport) wrote: "When we started our journal, we had no idea how long we would be able to publish articles about gymnastics. It seems that the seeds have been well nurtured and today we are proud that we can be of assistance in the international exchange of knowledge, between the science...

26. February 2018
Baku, AZE
Artistic Gymnastics

The Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation starts the 2018 season with the second FIG World Challenge Cup:
The National Gymnastics Arena will host the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup on March 15-18.
163 athletes from 27 countries are expected to join the Cup to be organized in Baku for the third consecutive year. Men’s and Women’s Artistic gymnasts will test their strength in...

24. February 2018
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

US gymnastics--: Olympic team gold medalist and five-time World champion Kenzo Shirai and 2017 World floor gold medalist Mai Murakami, both of Japan, lead an impressive field of international competitors scheduled to compete at the 2018 American Cup. Competition is scheduled for March 3 at 10:30 a.m. CT in Chicago, at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill. The two-time U.S. junior national champion Maile O’Keefe has been selected as USA’s wildcard gymnast...

14. February 2018
Pyeongchang, KOR
Artistic Gymnastics

"It's time for Africa!"

At its 132nd session in PyeongChang (KOR), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided that the 2022 YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES will be held on the African continent for the first time. "It's time for Africa," said IOC President Thomas Bach (GER). To this end, the IOC will approach various NOCs in Africa and discuss the feasibility of such a project with them, according to a statement by the IOC. Since there...