31. March 2003
Thessaloniki/Berlin
Artistic Gymnastics

After his successes of the world cups in Paris-Bercy, Cottbus and Thessaloniki the Bulgarian Jordan JOWTSCHEW is the NEW NUMBER ONE now of the GYMmedia World Ranking List. After Alexei Nemow, leading from the beginning 1996 to 2002, and after Ivan Ivankov (BLR) now Jovtchev is the third gymnast on the top of this ranking. Russia is the only one nation with three gymnasts among the TOP TEN.
Paul Hamm, Blaine Wilson and Sean Townsend are ranking on 15...

30. March 2003
Thessaloniki/Greece
Artistic Gymnastics

Romanian gymnasts were the most successful athletes at the final day in Thessaloniki:
Like in Paris two weeks ago Marius Urzica won not only on pommel horse, but also the parallel bars final, and Oana Ban (Beam) und Floarea Leonida (floor) were the best in women's category.
On Hig bar the Ukrainian Alexander Beresch beats the Cottbus winner Aljaz Pegan from Slovenia and the world champion Vlavios Maras in his own country......
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29. March 2003
Montreal/Berlin
Artistic Gymnastics

Cirque du Soleil’s Casting team is seeking PERFORMERS in such fields as gymnastics, trampoline, sports acrobatics, circus arts, dance, singing and acting, all with excellent technique, versatility, the ability to improvise and good stage presence. Proud to recruit German talent, Cirque du Soleil will be holding auditions in BERLIN, in MAY 2003. GYMmedia will publish the exactly date as soon as possible.
In December 2000 a very successful casting took place in the German capital in the...

29. March 2003
Thessaloniki/Greece
Artistic Gymnastics

Also at the first final day of this third World Cup of the season in Thessaloniki the favourites were the best. So Jordan Jovtchev from Bulgaria won the floor final, Marius Urzica was unbeaten again on pommel horse and the strong Greece Dimosthenis Tambakos was the best in his hometown on rings.
In women's category Natalia Ziganshina on vault and Svetlana Khorkina were the two Russian winners of the first final day...

28. March 2003
Cottbus/Kairo
Artistic Gymnastics

The 27th Tournament of Masters in Cottbus has been a historcal moment for Africa: The 25-year-old
Raouf Abdel KARIM from Kairo is the first African gymnast in history who has obtained a World Cup victory in gymnastics. On the vaulting table ERGOJET he managed to overtake such specialists as the former European champion Leszek Blanik, Ioan Suciu from Romania or in the Winner’s Final the dynamic Russian Anton Golotsutskov.
After Mohamed Lazhari from Algeria (Tokyo 1964)...

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