25. November 2018
Linz, AUT
Artistic Gymnastics

A total of 27 teams from 16 different nations competed in Linz / Austria for the 15th International Future Cup 2018.
In the end, the junior gymnasts of the national selection team from Canada prevailed and won with 236.99 points in front of a Russian representation from St. Petersburg (233.633) and ahead of Team Japan (227.168).
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25. November 2018
FIG Circuit 2018
Artistic Gymnastics

After Challenge Cup No. 6 (Guimarães (POR), the  No 7 in July in Mersin/TUR, the No. 8 in September inSzombathely/HUN, and No. 9 in Paris/FRA now the last one, the No.10's event of this circuit 2018 will finish November 22 -25 in Cottbus / GER.

For "Members of  GYMfamily" and all its readers and users worldwide, the European Gymnastics Service "GYMmedia INTERNATIONAL" offers a special World Cup Summary of the entire season of all the 2018...

22. November 2018
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

* f i g --: The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) and Fujitsu Limited announced their decision to practically implement a judging support system which they have been developing, with the aim of achieving real time judging support that is fair and accurate.
The judging support system will now be tested at a forthcoming World Cup event and targeted for deployment at the 2019 World Championships held by the FIG, a global organisation that governs Gymnastics disciplines, including Artistic and...

18. November 2018
Nove mesto, SLO
Artistic Gymnastics

On the 120th anniversary of the birth of Slovenian Olympic champion  Leon ŠTUKELJ, the Museum of the Slovenian region Dolenjska in his birthplace Nove mesto opened an exhibition about him today. The exhibition shows an insight into his rich and long life since he had lived for 100 years.
Last resident of Maribor died Leon Štukelj there in November 1999, three days before his 101st birthday ...
* An overview of his sporting activity and...

17. November 2018
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

USA Gymnastics published yesterday, that it's longtime chief operating officer has resigned, the organization, becoming the latest in a string of top officials to leave the sport's national governing body after a sex abuse scandal involving former team doctor Larry Nassar. The board of directors accepted COO Ron Galimore's resignation, the organization said in a statement, without elaborating.
Galimore, a member of the 1980 Olympic team, said in a statement provided to USA TODAY Sports late Friday: "I resigned...