25. May 2003
Monte Carlo/Monaco
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- Triple Olympic champion Sergej Charkov one of the star turns
- ‘Balletic’ programme highlighted by gymnastic wheels and power skips
Multiple world champion Wolfgang Bientzle and 15 other German gymnasts provided a spectacular programme of assorted gymnastics during the fourth annual Laureus World Sports Awards ceremony on the night of Tuesday, May 20......

12. April 2003
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Today in the Hilton Hotel of Munich took place the election of the National Olympic Committee of Germany for the official candidate for the Olympic Games 2012.
The City of Leipzig - worldwide wellknown as a city of sports, of a lot of German Gymnastics Festivals and the former location of the famous 'German High school of Physical Culture' (DHfK) - won against Hamburg, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt and Stuttgart.
The location of the Olympic sailing events will...

7. March 2003
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Already at the next UEG Congress in October 2003 to be held in Vienna, the successor of the UEG President Klaus Lotz will be elected.
UEG President will initiate a change of generation. The UEG Head of Press Danielle Duchoud spoke with Klaus Lotz about his announced resignation (UEG-Newsletter 02/03: French version>>)

21. February 2003
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For the last five and a half years, the GYMmedia Agency has been an up-to-date, reliable and competitive news service from the world of gymnastics.
During this time, with the great growing acceptance worlwide and through our fans, we have become a market leader in Germany and in Europe. GYMmedia is now in 60 countries worldwide and in a real way has become the 'Window to Europe'.

18. February 2003
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Germany s most successful gymnast of the last century, Dr. Karin Buettner-JANZ signed the 'Appeal for Peace', also like the cycling Superstar Jan ULLRICH. Now 64 Olympic Champions and near 600 German medal winners of 26 different disciplines signed the 'APPEAL for PEACE' , which was transmitted to the peace center of UNITED NATIONS.
On the top of the list are the gymnasts (more like 120 votes), cyclists, canoeists and athletes (track and field).
The list is...