13. December 2020
Aarau, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

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Currently:  (26-Oct-2020) - The Swiss Gymnastics Feration (STV) is seeking for a National Rhyhmic Gymnastics Head Coach but also for a qualified RG Coach for its national team...

13. December 2020
Mersin, TUR
Artistic Gymnastics

At the 42nd European Championships in Men’s Artistic Gymnastics (December 9th - 13th) in Mersin (TUR; venue of the 2013 Mediterranean Games), UKRAINE secured the team title for the very first time even without its star Oleg Verniaiev (248.963). In the absence of the previous European top nations due to the coronavirus, they relegated the up-and-coming host nation TURKEY to the silver rank (244.793) after a weak stretch. Bronze went to HUNGARY with 240.393 points; Israel, Bulgaria and...

10. December 2020
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

*USA Gymnastics --: As part of USA Gymnastics’ efforts to empower athletes, the organization today announced two new measures: an Athlete Bill of Rights, which was created to unite the full gymnastics community around a shared vision of behavioral expectations, and a protest policy for national team members, aimed at supporting those athletes who choose to use their voice in public platforms ...:
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25. November 2020
London, Sofia
Artistic Gymnastics

<< Vera ATKINSON-MARINOVA, the British head of media and public relations of the British Gymnastics Federation for many years, is retiring after a quarter of a century of committed and successful work. The former Bulgarian rhythmic gymnastics world champion, who won two golds and one bronze between 1967 and 1971 as a member of the Bulgarian group, later made a name for herself as the voice of the gymnastics disciplines on Bulgarian television.
Vera Marinova left her...

24. November 2020
Togliatti, RUS
Artistic Gymnastics

Evgeny NIKOLKO, Alexey Nemov’s long-time coach and the national head coach of the Russian men's Olympic teams in Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, and Athens 2004 passed away last Sunday, November 22nd at the age of 76 from pneumonia complications.
Nikolko stopped working his national coaching in 2010 and returned to his home town Togliatti to workthere at the local gym. He kept coaching actively until he became ill this year.