30. June 2005
Bracknell / Great Britain
Sport Aerobics

The British Aerobic Champion Katie Cannon from „Heathrow Aerobic Gymnastics“ won gold in senior individual with highest score 18,900 points at the traditional Alex Strachan Cup in Bracknall (Great Britain). Second place in the FIG competition for Katie Richards (Blumershe Gymnastics Club), third for Stacy Fenwick (Klas Sports Aerobics).

Vicky Smith (Waterside Gymnastics Club) took the first place in Individual in Group 2 in front of Stephanie Fois and Chelsey Dixon (both Heathrow Aerobic Gymnastics).

28. May 2005
Richmond / Canada
Sport Aerobics

Newspaper 'The Richmond Review' wrote:

>> Northey wins National Sport Aerobic Championship
Every year, Richmond's Margo Northey goes to the Canadian Sport Aerobic Championships knowing she's the one her competitors want to dethrone.
'It's a lot of pressure and I'm not getting any younger,' laughs Northey, who used that as motivation, to recently capture an unprecedented fourth straight women's title in Kingston, Ont. 'It is always great to win but I try not to focus on that,'...

8. May 2005
Rodez / France
Sport Aerobics

After she decided recently the Suzuki-Cup in Japan, won Marcela Lopez from Brazil as well as the last year also today the FIG Aerobic-World Series Competition in Amphie theater of Rodez (France). And that again tightly before the world champion Angela McMillan from New Zealand. Third became Arianna Cuicci (Italy). In Individual Men decisions the Frenchman Adrien Galo surprised with gold before Sergei Konstantinov (Russia) and Vito Iaia (Italy). In Mixed Pairs the pair from Rumania won Gold, point same...

7. May 2005
Novi Sad / Serbia
Sport Aerobics

Bevore the National Aerobic Championships of Serbia and Montenegro held May 29 in Novi Sad, organized by Aerobics Association of Serbia and Montenegro:
It is another step forward for Aerobic Gymnastics in our country, with the number of competitors and quality of routines continuously in advancement. What we are satisfied with the most is that our enthusiasm and passion in developing the discipline is becoming recognized by gymnastics community abroad. This recognition is both an honor and a strong...

28. April 2005
Moutier / Switzerland
Sport Aerobics

This coming August in Eaubonne (near Paris), Aerobic Gymnastics will become the second FIG discipline after Artistic Gymnastics to conduct an FIG Academy. In order to prepare for that first Academy, the Aerobic Gymnastics Working Group spent a week in early April to assure that all of the content and material will be finalized and ready. The meeting was held at the Centre Departmental de Formation et D’Animation Sportives (CDFAS) in Eaubonne which will also be the location ...

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