7. December 2019
Hanover, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

Anyone who wants to distinguish themselves in artistic gymnastics on a national and international level must invest in young talents on time and on a serious continuous basis.
At least for more than half a decade, the German top club of Lower Saxony "TuS Vinnhorst von 1856" has been doing this with an attractive international team and individual competition for talented young boys up to 15/16 years. The current starter and climber in the 1st National Bundesliga invites for...

7. December 2019
Györ, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

... then have a look at a video comprimat from this year, which represents the best international achievements of young gymnasts:  A summary of the 2019 1st Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships at the end of June in Györ, Hungary, provides a meaningful view of the world preparatory state of the leading nations, into the next Olympic cycle, with top talents from JAPAN (1), Ukraine (2), Italy (3) and China. - worth it!!
The USA junior...

3. December 2019
Swakopmund, NAM
Artistic Gymnastics

The somersault of the German All-around and highbar champion of the GDR of 1975, Bernd JAEGER (68) which he created in 1974 at the World Championships in Varna (BUL), also 45 years this flying element is worldwide wellknown as the "Jaeger Sault". With this  "flying element" on the king of the apparatus, the horizontal bar, started the international age of the flight elements on the horizontal bar!
After his active career as a competitive...

24. November 2019
Cottbus, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

FIG Indiv. Apparatus WC Circuit 2018-20

With 4 victories for China and 3 gold medals for Japan, the "44th Tournament of Masters" in Cottbus (GER) turned into a kind of "Asian Games". The remaining three gold medals went to Ukraine. Cottbus was the 11th and last World Challenge Cup of 2019.
Already on the last weekend of February 2019, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) continued its individual equipment World Cup Circuit (Challenge Cups 2018/2020) and started the...

12. November 2019
New Haven, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

Melanie COLEMAN, a 20-year-old gymnast at Southern Connecticut State University (USA), died on Sunday, November 10, after suffering a serious spinal cord injury during training. On Friday, the Milford, Connecticut, native was training at New Era Gymnastics when she slipped off the uneven bars, according US media. After sustaining the injury, Coleman was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital, where she died two days later. According to the Daily Mail, it was damage to the spinal cord that led to the...