14. June 2004
Sofia / Bulgaria - Moutier / Swiss
Sport Aerobics

In June 2006 the world´s aerobic elite will meet in the Popular Republic of China. In the City of Nanjin, Jiangsu Province, will be the 9th FIG Sports Aerobics World Championships. The delegation of the Chinese Federation and the FIG (include FIG-President Bruno Grandi) have officially signed an agreement in Sofia (Bulgaria) at the last World Championships.

5. June 2004
Sofia / Bulgaria
Sport Aerobics

At the third and also the last day of the 8th Sports Aerobics World Championships in Sofia titleholder Romania won the group category. Madalina Cioveie, Aurelia Ciurea, Cristina Marin, Daniela Nicolai, Tania Mihaela Pohoata and Mirela Rusu got the gold medal with a score of 20,382 points, followed by groups 'Russia 2' and 'China 2'.

4. June 2004
Sofia / Bulgaria
Sport Aerobics

At the second day of the 8th World Championships in Sports Aerobics in Sofia were the title fights in 'Individual Women' and 'Trios':
Angela McMillan from New Zealand won the gold medail in Womens category. For the first time she took part at a World Championship. Second place was won by Giovanna Lecis (Italy) and at third place Tania Mihaela Pohoata (Romania).
Also in categorie trio won an outsider: Three Brasilian Women Marina and Marcela Lopez and Cibelle Rosito Oliani...

3. June 2004
Sofia / Bulgaria
Sport Aerobics

The 8th World Championships in Sports Aerobics in Sofia had today its first surprising decision:
The France Gregory Alcan won a gold medail with highest score of the day (20,100 points) ahead of Remus Nicolai (ROU) and Sergei Konstantinov (RUS).
In 'Mixed Pairs' the new World Champs are the Bulgarian Galina Lazarova and Marian Kolev.
They won followed by Mixed Pairs Alba de las Heras with Jonatan Canada (Spain) and Daniela Izabela Lacatus with Remus Nicolai (Romania).......

1. June 2004
Sofia / Bulgaria
Sport Aerobics

The 8th FIG-Sports Aerobics World Championships will take place in the 'Winter Palace of Sport' in Bulgarias capital Sofia from 3rd to 5th June. 32 nations from all continents and about 300 participants will compete for the world titels. 49 'Individual Women', 38 'Individual Men', 32 'Mixed Pairs', 34 'Trios' and 18 'Groups' will take part. The favorites come from Spain, France, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Russia, Brazil, Japan, China and South Korea.

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