27. August 2019
Pensa, RUS
Artistic Gymnastics

The 2019 Russian Cup will take place from Friday 23rd of August till Tuesday 27th of August in Penza.
Most top national team gymnasts are expected to compete as it will be one of the stages of the Worlds team selection. Notably absent are Aliya Mustafina who said she is not quite ready to compete at the moment and Tatiana Nabieva who opted to compete at the Aurora Games in the US instead. Artur Dalaloyan is expected to compete...

19. August 2019
Freyburg, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

The German city of Freyburg (Saxonina-Anhalt) was the last residence of the German gymnast Friedrich Ludwig JAHN (1778 - 1852), who is considered the founder of the German gymnastics movement. In the city of his tomb sit competitions for everyone take place every year in August at the beginning of the 20th century.
Following the example of the Berlin Hasenheide, where Jahn opened the very first gymnastics place (Turnplatz) in 1811, gymnastic equipment is still standing...

12. August 2019
Kansas City, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

* us gymnastics --: 2016 Olympic and 2018 World all-around champion Simone BILES of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, treated a nearly packed house to her gravity-defying gymnastics on the way to her sixth U.S. senior women’s all-around title at the 2019 U.S. Gymnastics Championships at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.
Biles, who was named women’s gymnastics Athlete of the Year, is the first woman in nearly 70 years to win six senior U.S. all-around titles!...

11. August 2019
Kansas City, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

* us-gymnastics --: Two-time World medalist Sam MIKULAK of Newport Coast, Calif./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center, thrilled the crowd with high-flying skills and routines on his way to his sixth U.S. men’s all-around title at the 2019 U.S. Gymnastics Championships at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. Mikulak ties Makoto Sakamoto, who earned his sixth all-around title in 1970. With 86.750 in the 1st freestyle exercise and 87.400 points in the second, he left Yul...

5. August 2019
Berlin, GER
Artistic Gymnastics
At the 86th German Championships for Men 2019 in Berlin Andreas TOBA (TK Hanover) won for the second time after 2016 thenational title in the all-around competition, With 83,100 points, he relegated the defending champion Marcel NGUYEN (TSV Unterhaching) to 2nd place (82,350). Third was a young gymnast from Berlin, the 19-year-old Karim RIDA won bronze with 81,600 points. Marcel Nguyen was the successful participant in these championships with the German Champion titles...