7. May 2005
Buetgenbach / Belgium
Wheel Gymnastics

Wheel Gymnastics - more and more with internartional character!
The bronze medallist of all-around competition, the Japanese Takako Hiwa won Gold and Silver in Senior`s Final of the 6th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS of WHEEL GYMNASTICS: Gold in the discipline ault and the silver medal in straight line final
The German Janin Oer is the new world Champion in straight line, and her teammate Nadine Burkhardt won the gold medal in the spiral final.
In the men's finals Achus...

29. April 2005
Aachen/Buetgenbach, GER / BEL
Wheel Gymnastics

The 6th World Championships of Wheel Gymnastics will take place in Buetgenbach/Belgium and Aachen/Germany, 2005 May from 3 – 7. Ten fifferent nations with a total of 85 competitors have registered for the championships: Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Israel, Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and USA.
In the team competition the reigning world champion, Germany, will meet teams from Japan, Norway and Switzerland.

The IRV will be celebrating its 10th anniversary during the World Championships. An exhibition will trace...

4. April 2005
Buetgenbach / Belgium
Wheel Gymnastics

In the realm of the 6th World Championships in wheelgymnastics the 6th General Assembly of the INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION of WHEEL GYMNASTICS (IRV) took place on 3rd May 2005 in Buetgenbach / Belgium. Therefore the delegates from the member countries Austria, Belgium, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway and Switzerland came to Belgium.
One of the main items on the agenda was the election of a new president to replace Franz Obry, who stood down as president in 2004 in order...

13. December 2004
Wheel Gymnastics

The former repeated world champion of wheel gymnastics, the German Wolfgang BIENTZLE invites to an international training camp (March 2005) in preparation for the coming world championships in May 2005...

10. October 2004
Neumarkt-St. Veit / Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

At the German Championships last Saturday in Neumarkt/St. Veit, the favourites Julia Pohling (SV Neuhof) and Julius Petri (TSV Taunusstein-Bleidenstadt) won the titles in all-around category.
Whereas Julia Pohling lay ahead clearly, Julius Petri won by a narrow margin, just 0.025 points ahead of Constantin Malchin (SV Rugenbergen). Friederike Schindler (TSV Marburg-Ockershausen), eight times junior world champion, seemed to be beaten by her overwrought nerves and failed in two of the four exercises. She became only sixth and abandoned...