12. March 2008
Wolfstein, Ramstein/Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

Next weekend,the IVth WORLD-TEAM-CUP 2008 in Wheel Gymnastics will take place in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate: on March 15th in Wolfstein and on March 16th in Ramstein. In this first wheel gymnastics tournament of the year the following teams will participate besides host, world champion and title holder Germany: Vice World champion Japan, WORLDS third the Netherlands, and an All-Star-Team - consisting in World Champion  Cecile Meschberger, Sabine Krumm (both Switzerland), Vincent Klimo (Austria) and Solveig Krapf (Norway).

22. January 2008
Chicago / USA
Wheel Gymnastics

It is no wonder that children travel from all over Chicago to train and study with CircEsteem, Chicago’s non-profit youth circus.
Wolfgang BIENTZLE, Germany, the holder of the most Wheel Gymnastic titles in the world and former athlete national coach for Germany, is dedicating his considerable talents to CircEsteem as a coach and performer.
To say Bientzle is world-class wheel gymnastic coach and performer is an understatement.: As a competitor Bientzle holds 8 World, 11 European and...

10. September 2007
Sao Paulo / Brazil
Wheel Gymnastics

From August 21 to September 4 14 Wheel gymnasts afrom Germany took part in the 4th Forum Internacional Gymnastic Geral in Campinas (Brazil) an event which is organized every two years by the University of Campinas/Sao Paulo (UNICAMP).
There were workshops for interested club coaches, sports students and sports teachers from Brazil, but also from other South American countries. In the three hour sessions the basics of wheel gymnastics were taught both theoretically and especially practically. In addition,...

19. May 2007
Salzburg / Austria
Wheel Gymnastics

The 7th World Championships in Wheel Gymnastics in Salzburg (Austria) were concluded today by the exciting finals of the juniors and seniors:

Robert Maaser (GER) dominated the finals of the junior individual competitions as he had the all-round event and became World Champion in all three disciplines in Salzburg. In the vault finals Cornell Freenes (USA) came second,  Patrick Scholtka (GER) placed third. In the straight-line discipline Patrick Scholtka (GER) won the silver medal, beating Ido Leviatov (ISR)...

18. May 2007
Salzburg / Austria
Wheel Gymnastics

The 7th World Championships in wheel gymnastics were continued today with the  all-round competitions of the junior gymnasts.

In the male juniors' class, Robert Maaser (Germany) dominated the field scoring 26.75 points, beating Ido Leviatov from Israel (22.65 points). Achim Pitz from Belgium came third, scoring 22.00 points.

Victoria Henninghausen (GER) scored 24.65 points to become the female juniors' world champion, with her team mates Maren Opfermann (24.15 points) and Mareike Jochem (23.95 points)...

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