6. April 2003
Berlin/Germany
Artistic Gymnastics

The Netherlands Juniors team was the winner of the International OBI Cup, which was held this weekend in Berlin, Germany. The Dutch team was the best with a score of 148,150 points. On second place came the young boys from Switzerland (146,650) and on third the young talents from the German club SC Cottbus (145,250).
The Dutch Jeffrey Wammes (52,05)was the best in individual all-around. Wammes made his world cup premiere two weeks ago at the Cottbus World cup,...

4. April 2003
Montreal/Canada
Artistic Gymnastics

The worldwide wellknown Cirque du Soleil is looking for an Acrobatic Talent Scout for its International Headquarters in Montreal, (Québec) Canada.
Reporting to the Casting Director, this scout will have such responsibilities, like
- coordination and development of parameters for acrobatic talent scouting for Cirque projects, or
- evaluation of acrobatic talent seen in auditions and more...
Please read the complete demands in the GYMmedia JOB EXCHANGE.....

2. April 2003
Pottsville/USA
Artistic Gymnastics

Two Russians were the winners of the traditional 'Friendship Classic 2003' in Pottsville/Pennsylvania, which was held last weekend.
In seniors category Ekaterina Orlova from Russia was the best with a score of 37,525, on second place came her teammate Alexandra Schevtchenko (37,450), followed by Irina Yarotska (UKR) and the Russian Gulnara Ziganshina.

Maria Kryutchkova (RUS) won in the juniors category with 37,200 points. On second place came Grace Taylor (USA/Aiken) with 35,150 points.

1. April 2003
Potsdam/Germany
Artistic Gymnastics

With great sadness, the big international gymnastics family noticed, that Mr. Rolf BAUCH, Honorary Member of the German Gymnastics Federation 'Maerkischer TurnerBund', has passed away yesterday in Potsdam, Germany.
Mr. Bauch, born on October 23, 1927 in Neukirch, was a longtime international judge from 1958 on until Atlanta 1996, an he got in 1998 the Diploma of the FIG for his highest seniority as an international judge.
Rolf Bauch was also the longtime chief coach of the former top...

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...

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