1. December 2002
German Gymnastics League 'DTL'
Artistic Gymnastics

In 2003 the German Gymnastics League 'DEUTSCHE TURNLGA' will test a very new system of points. This system is a proposal of the president of the German team master EnBW KTV Stuttgart, Dr. Karsten Ewald'.
The new point system named 'SCORE SYSTEM' and it is an attempt, to make the gymnastics events between teams more efficient for media, the spectators in the competion halls and for sponsors....
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24. November 2002
Debrecen / Hungary
Artistic Gymnastics

At the first day of the 36th World Championships in Artistic Gymnastics in Debrecen (HUN) Elena Zamoloschikova (RUS/floor) and Courtney Kupets (USA) were the winners, also Marian Dragulescu (ROM/floor), Marius Urzica (ROM/pommel horse) and Szilveszter Csollany (HUN/rings).
On 2nd day, Ashley Postell (USA) on beam and Elena Gomez (ESP) becam World Champions. Li Xiao-Peng (CHN) won on vault and parallel bars, Vlasios Maras (GRE) won on high bar.
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16. November 2002
China / Debrecen
Artistic Gymnastics

Olympic Champion on bars LI, Xiaopeng and the Olympic all-around silver medallist YANG, Wei are on top of the Chinese national team, which will start at the upcoming world championships in Debrecen (HUN) next week.
>> Chinese Team
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11. November 2002
Marseille / France
Artistic Gymnastics

The traditional competition of women's artistic gymnastics 'Trophy Massilia 2002' was won by the Romanian team. The host France got the silver medal and the Netherland girls scored on third place, behind them came Russia on fifth place.
>> Detailed results

10. November 2002
Geneva / Switzerland
Artistic Gymnastics

The European Champion of 2002, the Romanian men's team won a tri-meet in Geneva lst weekend with a score of 219,05 points.
On second place came the European Champion of 1998 France with 217,025 and on third came the Swiss team with 212,425 points.
Best gymnast in all-around was Benoit Caranobe from France with 55,95 points. On three apparatusses he presented 10 point start values, also like the second, Dan Potra (ROM), the European All-around Champion from Patras...

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