22. June 2017
Ottawa. CAN
Artistic Gymnastics

"Gymnastics Canada" (GCG) is pleased to announce that Ian MOSS will join the Canadian Gymnastics team on June 26th, 2017 as the new High Performance Director.
<< Ian MOSS joins GCG with an exceptionally strong background in high performance sport having gained leadership, management, and high performance experience in six different national sport organizations, two multi-sport service organizations, and two different national sport systems.
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7. May 2017
Singapore
Artistic Gymnastics

Johanna QUAAS (GER) is living proof that age is just a number as the 92-year-old grandmother is still competing as the world’s oldest gymnast.
Quaas, who was born in Germany (1925), took part in her first gymnastics competition at the age of 10 and has been hooked on the sport ever since.
An event in Singapore's Convention Center last week, Quaas amazed an audience with a routine on the parallel bars which showcased her incredible body strength and...

6. May 2017
Baku, AZE
Artistic Gymnastics

* fig-news---: Russian bank VTB has renewed its sponsorship agreement with the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) for 2017, extending a support that has been in place since 2009. FIG President Morinari Watanabe and Vasily Titov, First Deputy Chairman of VTB and Vice President of the FIG, signed the renewal of the agreement in the margins of the FIG Council meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan, on May 6. The agreement provides a donation of one million U.S. dollars, to be...

23. April 2017
Cluj-Napoca, ROU
Artistic Gymnastics

39th MEN's & 38th WOMEN's EUROPEANS


37 Federations traveled to Romania to challenge for the first European titles of the new Olympic cycle, which will held in the Polyvalent Hall - the largest Sporting Event in Romania and started Wednesday, April 19 with the opening ceremony and the men's qualification rounds.
A total of 274 gymnasts are scheduled to compete, 168 male and 106 female gymnasts. Romanian stars like Catalina Ponor, Larisa Iordache and Marian Dragulescu are...

14. April 2017
Cluj-Napoca, ROU
Artistic Gymnastics

39th MEN's & 38th WOMEN's EUROPEANS


37 Federations will travel to Romania to challenge for the first European titles of the new Olympic cycle. A total of 274 gymnasts are scheduled to compete, 168 male and 106 female gymnasts. Romanian stars like Catalina Ponor, Larisa Iordache and Marian Dragulescu are sure to attract the attention of the Romanian fans. On the international stage they are joined by Olympic Champions Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE), Oleg Verniaiev (UKR), Krisztian Berki (HUN)...

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