24. November 2010
Great Britain
Sports Acrobatics

* British Gymnastics --:
The death of Patricia WADE leaves the British and International gymnastics community with a loss and a legacy equally immeasurable. After years of illness which Patricia endured with dignity and courage she passed away on 22nd November, aged 68.  
Pat devoted her entire life to sport, fostering participation, education and gymnastics in its many forms. Her enduring passion for Acrobatics has seen the sport through many transitions and developments into a vibrant and immensely...

18. July 2010
Wrocław, Poland
Sports Acrobatics

Winning two gold medals with the Men's Pair but also with the men's group Great Britain was the most successful nation at the final day of the 22nd Acrobatic World Championships in the city of Wrocław, Poland.

Russia also won two titles: the team ranking today and with the women's group yesterday and was the most successful nation at he end, winning eache two gold, silver and bronze medal.

A big surprise was the victory of the women's...

17. July 2010
Wrocław, Poland
Sports Acrobatics

* Qualification, Part II and the first two Finals
At the second day of the 22nd  Acrobatic World Championships in Wrocław, Saturday, July 17, the qualifications were continued and it was the day of first decisions:
The Belgian duo in the Mixed Pair category lost the lead but the US pair Michael Rodrigues & Kristin Allen where the best and won their first gold medal.

Leading after all the qualification rounds the title of the Women's Groups wnt to the Russian...

15. July 2010
Wroclaw, Poland
Sports Acrobatics

After the end of the 6th Acrobatic World Age Group Competitions from July 16 to 18 will held the "22nd ACROBATICS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS" in Wroclaw, Poland.
On Thursday, July 15 at 7 pm these Worlds will started with an opening ceremony in the Orbita Hall of the Polish City.

From Friday on 191 gymnasts representing 25 different countries from five continents will fights for the titles and the madels in these five categories: 14 Men’s...

12. July 2010
Wroclaw, Poland
Sports Acrobatics

On Monday, July 12 the 6th Acrobatic Gymnastics World Age Group Competitions featured finals across all five disciplines of the two categories 11 – 16 and 12 – 19 years.

Once again Russia was the best of all nations, winning five of ten golden and nine of all the thirty medals. On second in the medal ranking came Great Britain (7 medals total) and Belarus (total 4), winning each two gold and the Ukraine...

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