20. January 2018
Berlin, GER
Rhythmic Gymnastics

After 17 successful years, there will be no continuation of the most prestigious international Rhythmic Gymnastics Tournament in Germany from 2018 on: The organizers of the "Berlin Masters" throw up the towel:
"Organization and financial security for such a top tournament have been for us as hosts in the past both years, the effort for the largely volunteer team in the tournament year 2017 is hardly more difficult", said Jens-Uwe Kunze, CEO of the Berlin's Gymnastics Federation and longtime...

16. January 2018
Minsk, BLR
Rhythmic Gymnastics

U E G--: Retired after the Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro the Belarussian European and World  medallist Melitina STANIOUTA talks in an interview with the European Gymnastics Union (UEG) about her career, her future and the second European Games, which will be held 2019 in ‘her’ city, the capital of Belarus, Minsk.
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21. December 2017
Berlin, GER / EUROPE
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The team and partners of the European Gymnastics Service GYMmedia INTERNATIONAL
wishes all of its business partners, clients and customers,  without those engagement the development of such a gym news system were impossible -
and also all users and friends of gymnastics from nearly 140 countries day by day

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3. September 2017
Pesaro, ITA
Rhythmic Gymnastics

To the very first time Italy was hosting a World Championship of Rhythmic Gymnastics, but the host city Pesaro welcomed  9-times a World Cup event already!
Competitions of the 35th WORLDS of Rhythmic Gymnastics started August 30 with qualification rounds with the Hoop and Ball, followed by finals with the same apparatus that evening. Qualifications and finals with the Clubs and Ribbon took place the next day, and scores from the first two days of qualification determined the...

29. August 2017
Taipei, Taiwan
Rhythmic Gymnastics

At the last day of the 29th UNIVERSIADE of Summer Sports in Taipei (TPE) took place the final events of the Rhythmic Gymnastics. One day before the two Russian girls, Yulia BRAVIKOVA (71,200) and Ekaterina SELEZNEVA (69,175) won the gold resp. the silver medal at the all-around final.
The bronze medal went to Hanna BAZHOVA from Belarus (62,700).
Yulia BRAVIKOVA won three of four event finals, her compatriot Ekaterina SELEZNEVA beat her with the ball...