18. September 2020
Wil, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

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Currently:  (15-SEP) - The Regional Center of Artistic Gymnastic (RLZO) in Eastern Switzerland (in Wil, Canton St.Gallen) is seeking for an Assistant coach for women's gymnastics ...

14. September 2020
Neuoettingen, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

Today Hans PFANN from Bavaria in Germany celebrates his 100th birthday as the oldest German olympian!
Hans Pfann represented the team of Western Germany (FRG) at two editions of the Olympics: 1952 in Helsinki and 1956 in Melbourne, and came up just short of a medal, in fourth and fifth place respectively, in the team all-around both times. Individually, Hans Pfann's best performance was in the still rings at the 1952 edition, where he placed 18th.

13. September 2020
Vinnhorst, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

TuS Vinnhorst sets signs of Motivation:

After Lower Saxony's artistic gymnasts from TuS Vinnhorst have laid a successful track for young gymnasts with the "International ZAG Junior Cup" in recent years, they absolutely want its continuation, even in this compliceted pandemic year: Despite the ongoing problems caused by Corona, the German hosts from the Club TuS Vinnhorst has now established itself in agreement with the regional gymnastics federation (NTB), it was decided to hold this international competition again...

12. September 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

* f i g --: The Gymnastics Ethics Foundation (GEF) was founded in January 2019 by the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG), the world governing body for the sport of gymnastics with 148 member national federations. It now operates independently to ensure that violations of FIG rules, policies, and procedures, including ethical breaches, are handled in an unbiased way.

9. September 2020
Szombathely, HUN
Artistic Gymnastics

* f i g - -: Following an unprecedented interruption of nearly six months due to COVID-19, Gymnastics competition is set to resume with the FIG World Challenge Cup Series in Artistic Gymnastics 2-4 October in Szombathely (HUN). More than 80 gymnasts representing 18 nations spanning the European continent have enthusiastically responded to the call for registrations for the event in Hungary’s oldest city, a staple on the international calendar since its inception in 2008.