15. April 2019
Sofia, BUL
Rhythmic Gymnastics

April: Month of the World Cups


On the first weekend of April, the World Gymnastics Federation FIG launched a four-time World Cup circuit of Rhythmic Gymnastics, from within just three weeks (!), starting in Pesaro (ITA). After Pesaro followed week by week the events in Sofia, and at Easter in Tashkent (UZB) and one week later in Baku (AZE) at the end of April!
Already in mid-May the European Championships will take place in Baku - in between...

17. March 2019
Kiev, UKR
Rhythmic Gymnastics

♦ 24th Deriugina Cup 2019


Like almost every year, this spring is packed with international top events in rhythmic gymnastics:
It started in January with the Grand Prix competitions in Moscow and Marbella. The 3rd Grand Prix follows now in mid-March in Kiev during the 24th International Deriugina Cup and a week later follows the Grand Prix No. 4 in the French Thiais. In the following month of April, then the world association FIG has set a...

20. November 2018
Biel, SUI
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The GYMmedia-Job- Exchange - the most efficient form of job search in the field of gymnastics disciplines - with current offers:
The Regional Performance Center (RLZ Biel & Region / Switzerland) is looking for a  Rhythmic Gymnastics Coach  ......

16. September 2018
Sofia, BUL
Rhythmic Gymnastics

More than 350 gymnasts from 60 different nations took part at the 2018 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships this month in Sofia (BUL), where competition begun on Monday, Sep 10 and finished with the last finals on Sunday, Sep 16.
The World Championships also served as the first 2020 Olympic qualification, as the three medallists from the Group All-around competition, qualified to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo (JPN). These Worlds took place for the first time in the...

14. September 2018
Sofia, BUL
Rhythmic Gymnastics

* fig - n e w s---: International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) President Morinari Watanabe led a roundtable discussion at the 2018 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Sofia (BUL) to address key issues for the sport's future and the technical direction of the discipline. President Watanabe was joined by members of the FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics Technical Committee and the FIG Competition Commission to speak with 85 delegation members representing dozens of federations.
The FIG roundtable discussion with...

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