27. April 2019
Halle/Sa., GER
Artistic Gymnastics

The British junior team of artistic gymnastics won the traditional U18 international tournament in Halle / Sa. (GER) with 310.550 points, just ahead of Switzerland (310.300). The German junior team took third place with 308,300 points and moved France's team (307,000) to fourth place.
* Best of all was the British U18 national junior champion of 2018 and third of this year's championships, Adam TOBIN (GBR) with 78.50 points. Niklas Patrick NEUHÄUSEL (GER) of Eintracht Frankfurt was...

14. April 2019
Szczecin, POL
Artistic Gymnastics

About 150 male and 100 female gymnasts from respectively 38 and 36 countries compete in the Netto Arena of the Polish city of Szczecin at the 2019 Artistic Gymnastics continental championships!
⇒ After the premiere in Frankfurt / Main in 1955, now the 41st European Men's Championships will take place this year, which have been announced for the 8th time since 2005 as so-called "individual championships" (no team competitions).
To the third time Poland...

7. April 2019
Tokyo, JPN
Artistic Gymnastics

On the first weekend in March, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) opened its A World Cup Series (All-around) with the traditional American Cup, this time in Greensboro (USA). In relatively close succession, just two weeks later, follows next the DTB Cup in Stuttgart (March 16 / 17) , at the current venue of the this year's worlds in October. After that, on March 23, 2019, next all-round WC No. 3 took place in Birmingham GBR)  and on April 07...

6. April 2019
Berlin, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

For the 24th edition of the International Junior Team Cup 2019, a total of 140 young gymnasts from 26 countries compete in the Berlin's Sporthalle am Weissenseer Weg.
In addition to strong European teams like Russia, Great Britain and France, specially the young gymnasts from the USA, Brazil and Canada are among the favorites in this team cup competition.
* After the Fridays qualification will follow on Saturday the final rounds from 2 p.m. local time on ...!

23. March 2019
Birmingham, GBR
Artistic Gymnastics

The 2019 Gymnastics World Cup returns to Birmingham on 23 March, and will showcase some of the best gymnasts in the world competing for prestigious titles at this major global event. Part of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Cup Series, the all-around competitions feature nine women and nine men representing eight different countries to take home the prestigious titles. As the host nation, two British gymnasts will compete, with all nations announcing their representatives in the Spring.The...