8. May 2003
Oklahoma City/USA
Artistic Gymnastics

IG ---Two major events will be showcased during the 2003 International Gymnastics Hall of Fame weekend, to be held May 9-10 in Oklahoma City.
On Friday evening, May 9th, five gymnastics legends will be inducted into the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in a black-tie ceremony beginning at 6:30pm at the Renaissance Hotel.
On Friday, May 9th and Saturday, May 10th, over 300 gymnasts will compete in the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame Championships at the Cox...

6. May 2003
Artistic Gymnastics

The 'flying aesthete in the air”, former several-time trampoline World Champion Emmanuel Durand from France, has been the talents’ scout of the World- famous Canadian company Cirque du Soleil which in Berlin this Sunday has looked for new talents for the various shows. With three permanently based shows and world-wide five touring ones the Cirque du Soleil has a permanent need of high-quality and motivated sportsmen and -women.
More than 20 candidates from various European countries traveled to this...

4. May 2003
Moscow / RUS
Artistic Gymnastics

The national team of host Russia is the old and new Champion of the European Team Championships in Moscow.
In the final the Russian beat the Ukraine (140,574 : 138,324).
The team of Belarus got 71.399 points in the semifinal and placed third. Hungary (67,524) - lost in the semifinal against Russia and came on third place...

3. May 2003
Artistic Gymnastics

It was not a surprise, that the Romanian women's artistic gymnastics team wins the Eight-Nations-Cup in Groningen, Netherlands, with a score of 111,025 points.
On second place came the national squad of Australia (107,950) and the young team of host Netherlands scored on third (107,750).
On Sunday team winner Romania was also the most successful nation at the apparatus finals, again: Monica Rosu (vault) and Alexandra Eremia (beam) were the best, but on bars won Elizabeth Tweddle (GBR)...

3. May 2003
Artistic Gymnastics

In the metropolis of the Dutch north, in Groningen, will held a 'Eight-Nations-Tournament' of women's artistic gymnastics today and on Sunday (finals).
Host is the 'Royal Dutch Gymnastics Union' (KNGU), but its team have some problems, because the Dutch stars Verona van de Leur, Renske Endel and Monique Nuiten are injured. So only a Dutch B-Team will fight against the national teams from Australia, France, Romania, Spain, Ukraine, Great Britain and Canada.
All nations will use this competition...