8. April 2017
London, GBR
Artistic Gymnastics

Germany’s Tabea ALT and Ukraine’s Oleg VERNIAIEV took gold at the iPro Sport World Cup of Gymnastics, winning the women’s and men’s competitions respectively at The O2, London.
Alt edged out American Victoria NGUYEN having topped the scoring on the floor and uneven bars and there was glory for Great Britian’s Amy TINKLER. The Durham gymnast, now based in Essex, won Bronze in Rio eight months ago and collected the same medal in front of a...

6. April 2017
London, GBR
Artistic Gymnastics

* British gymnastics --: Olympic gymnast Rebecca TUNNEY announces retirement London 2012 Olympian Rebecca Tunney has announced she has taken the decision to retire from elite gymnastics. Rebecca who was famously the youngest member of Team GB in London, was twice crowned senior British all-around champion (2012 and 2014) as well as winning European Team silver in 2014. The City of Liverpool gymnast now moves her focus to her University studies and plans to move...

28. March 2017
Artistic Gymnastics

Velik KAPSAZOV, the legendary Bulgarian Artistic gymnast, who won his country’s first Olympic medal in Gymnastics, passed away on March 27, 2017, three weeks before his 82nd birthday.
Born on April 15, 1935 in Asenovgrad (BUL), Kapsazov – a weightlifter as a youth – became a member of the Bulgarian National Gymnastics Team in 1954. He took part in the 1956, 1960 and 1964 Olympic Games, though Rome 1960 would...

26. March 2017
Liverpool. GBR
Artistic Gymnastics

The 2017 British all-around titles have been decided, with first year senior Joe Fraser from the City of Birmingham taking the men’s title and Olympian Ellie Downie winning the women’s crown, today in the Echo Arena of Liverpool.
18 year old Joe Fraser executed his routines well throughout, showing confidence beyond his years. The Youth Olympic Champion wowed the crowd in particular with his high bar routine to score a total of 82.100 across the six pieces...

18. March 2017
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

<< Steve PENNY, the president and chief executive of USA Gymnastics has resigned in the wake of the federation's handling of sexual abuse allegations concerning a former team doctor. Steve Penny's exit follows allegations the organisation had turned a blind eye to claims of sexual misconduct.
The Indianapolis Star newspaper claims "at least" 368 American gymnasts have made allegations of sexual abuse. "It has been heartbreaking to learn of instances of abuse," said Penny. "It...