24. February 2018
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

US gymnastics--: Olympic team gold medalist and five-time World champion Kenzo Shirai and 2017 World floor gold medalist Mai Murakami, both of Japan, lead an impressive field of international competitors scheduled to compete at the 2018 American Cup. Competition is scheduled for March 3 at 10:30 a.m. CT in Chicago, at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill. The two-time U.S. junior national champion Maile O’Keefe has been selected as USA’s wildcard gymnast...

14. February 2018
Pyeongchang, KOR
Artistic Gymnastics

"It's time for Africa!"

At its 132nd session in PyeongChang (KOR), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided that the 2022 YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES will be held on the African continent for the first time. "It's time for Africa," said IOC President Thomas Bach (GER). To this end, the IOC will approach various NOCs in Africa and discuss the feasibility of such a project with them, according to a statement by the IOC. Since there...

8. February 2018
Pyeongchang, KOR
Artistic Gymnastics

Letter from the President:

Morinari WATANABE --: "Firstly I would like to express my sincere appreciation to IOC President Thomas Bach for his powerful statement about the abuse scandal in US Gymnastics. This statement encourages us to continue our work, ongoing already for many months, towards the necessary action. I can assure you that the FIG, following President Bach's lead, is committed to doing everything possible within our...

7. February 2018
Melbourne, AUS
Artistic Gymnastics

After a successful first edition in 2017, Gymnastics Australia is once again excited to host the World Challenge Cup Gymnastics Melbourne in 2018.
As a part of the FIG’s new World Cup format for the 2017-2020 Olympic Cycle, Australia won the right to host a stop on the Individual Apparatus World Cup circuit, staging the first event in Melbourne in February 2018 ...


3. February 2018
Oklahoma City, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

* Intern. Gymnast --: As the gymnastics community struggles to pick up the pieces following the Larry Nassar tragedy — which revealed allegations of physical, sexual and psychological abuse by gymnastics coaches - a grassroots movement has begun to reshape the sport and its image.
Coach and educator Tony Retrosi, owner of Atlantic Gymnastics Training Centers, says " ...it's time to recognize the tremendous work of the amazing gymnastics coaches who have influenced so many athletes...