5. June 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Rhythmic Gymnastics

*E G --: In cooperation with the Local Organising Committees and in view of the current Covid-19 situation across Europe, the Executive Committee of European Gymnastics agreed with the new date proposals for the postponed 2020 European Championships.
♦♦ Kyiv (UKR) will host the Rhythmic Gymnastics Europeans from 26 to 29 November 2020.
♦♦ The European Championships in Men’s Artistic Gymnastics will be held in Baku (AZE) from Nov 9 - 13 December,...

3. April 2020
Lausanne, SUI
Rhythmic Gymnastics

* fig -press--: The FIG welcomes the decision of the International World Games Association (IWGA) to hold The World Games in Birmingham, United States, in July 2022 instead of 2021. Following the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the IWGA and the Birmingham Organising Committee have agreed to reschedule the 11th edition of The World Games, which will now take place from 07 to 17 July 2022. WORLD GAMES 2022
The FIG fully supports...

18. December 2019
BERLIN / GER
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The team and partners of the European Gymnastics Service GYMmedia INTERNATIONAL
wishes all of its business partners, clients and customers,  without those engagement the development of such a gym news system were impossible -
and also all users and friends of gymnastics from nearly 140 countries day by day
PEACEFULLY & HAPPY NEW OLYMPIC YEAR 2020


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30. October 2019
Takasaki, JPN
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The trio "Gazprom" from Russia took part in the International AeonCup 2019 with the two AVERINA twins and with junior Sofia SAFONOVA, and this traditional team fight this year, too, the Russin team was unbeatable again!
By a considerable margin, the Russians put the trio of the Ukrainian "Derjugina School" in second place, followed by a Belarussian "Dynamo" team in third place out of a total of 17 participating club teams from 16 nations,...

22. September 2019
Baku, AZE
Rhythmic Gymnastics

* fig-preview--: Fourteen years after welcoming the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships for the first time, Baku is bursting with excitement as the sport’s marquee event returns to Azerbaijan’s capital city 16-22 September, this time with coveted Olympic qualification places at stake. Whether you are an expert in rhythmic or just getting into the sport, here are five things to know about the competition to come. To date, only four women have won three consecutive world All-around titles: Bulgaria’s Mariya...

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