9. September 2019
Kienbaum, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

After a final check in the WCh Training camp of the German men's national team, chief coach Andreas HIRSCH has nominated the quintet at the 49th Gymnastics World Championships 2019 in Stuttgart from October 04 - 13
These are Andreas TOBA (TK Hannover), Marcel NGUYEN (TSV Unterhaching) and newcomer Karim RIDA (SC Berlin), the 3 medalists of the this year's 86th German Championships in Berlin. The team captain is Lukas DAUSER (TSV Unterhaching), who will be back...

7. September 2019
Worms, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

With more than +2.5 points lead the German women's national in the city of Worms (GER) won the friendly triple-meet against Belgium and France.
With a team score of 163,800 : 161,250 : 161,150 the German team delivered a closed team performance, in which especially Elisabeth SEITZ (54,600) was the best in all-around in front of the Frenchwoman Aline FRIESS (54,450) as well as Sophie SCHEDER (GER) as third (53,850) and the fourth Emelie...

5. September 2019
Hanover, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

Anyone who wants to distinguish themselves in artistic gymnastics on a national and international level must invest in young talents on time and on a serious continuous basis.
At least for more than half a decade, the German top club of Lower Saxony "TuS Vinnhorst von 1856" has been doing this with an attractive international team and individual competition for talented young boys up to 15/16 years. The current starter and climber in the 1st National Bundesliga invites for...

27. August 2019
Pensa, RUS
Artistic Gymnastics

The 2019 Russian Cup will take place from Friday 23rd of August till Tuesday 27th of August in Penza.
Most top national team gymnasts are expected to compete as it will be one of the stages of the Worlds team selection. Notably absent are Aliya Mustafina who said she is not quite ready to compete at the moment and Tatiana Nabieva who opted to compete at the Aurora Games in the US instead. Artur Dalaloyan is expected to compete...

19. August 2019
Freyburg, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

The German city of Freyburg (Saxonina-Anhalt) was the last residence of the German gymnast Friedrich Ludwig JAHN (1778 - 1852), who is considered the founder of the German gymnastics movement. In the city of his tomb sit competitions for everyone take place every year in August at the beginning of the 20th century.
Following the example of the Berlin Hasenheide, where Jahn opened the very first gymnastics place (Turnplatz) in 1811, gymnastic equipment is still standing...

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