8. March 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

Even if not in all areas of life and in all parts of the world, women have conquered positions that were unthinkable just a few decades ago. Especially in sports, especially in "women's" artistic gymnastics - what was reserved for many years in the top international area mainly for the "biomechanically preferred" girls' bodies made significant changes.

7. March 2020
Milwaukee, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

The 44th American Cup 2020, the USA’s most prestigious international gymnastics competition, made its first visit to Milwaukee on Saturday, March 7, 2020 at Fiserv Forum. The 2017 all-around world champion Morgan HURD and Sam MIKULAK, the 2014 American Cup champion, won the women’s and men’s titles, respectively, at the 2020 American Cup. The American Cup is the USA’s most prestigious international event and part of the International Gymnastics Federation’s all-around World Cup...

23. February 2020
Melbourne, AUS
Artistic Gymnastics

At this weekend Melbourne (Feb 20 - 23) is the sixth of the eight-stop 2019-2020 World Cup series, and also a Tokyo 2020 qualifying event.
The World Challenge cup in Australia opened the international Olympic season. Six more events will follow this Olympic year, next in Baku / AZE, Doha / QAT, in May in Varna / BUL, in June in Cairo / EGY, in Koper /SLO,  Osijek / CRO and Mersin / TUR.
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14. February 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

Also this year some of the great heroes of international gymnastics will appear as ambassadors for world championships.
That's why the World Gymnastics Federation (FIG) announced names of three legends, "... which illuminate the worlds with their presence and pass on their passion for sport to the next generation!". FIG President Morinari Watanabe: "Heroes have always made history in Gymnastics. Behind the medals, there are countless inspirational stories. By sharing their tales, our 2020 Gymnastics Ambassadors will help build...

31. January 2020
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

U.S.A. Gymnastics on Thursday offered to pay $215 million to settle legal claims brought by athletes who say they were sexually abused by Lawrence G. Nassar, the disgraced former national team doctor.  More than 300 plaintiffs, including Olympic gymnasts, have sued U.S.A. Gymnastics for failing to protect them from Mr. Nassar, who was sentenced in 2018 to 40 to 125 years in prison for abusing girls at a gymnastics facility under the guise of medical treatment. Reeling from...

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