28. April 2024
Rimini, ITA
Artistic Gymnastics

A medal fight was expected at the 46th European Men's Gymnastics Championships between the champions of the last two years, Italy and Great Britain, and the Ukrainians, who were leading after the preliminary competition. And indeed, the UKRAINE defended this position and won European team gold for the second time after 2020 in Mersin, having twice failed to reach the final in ninth place - just like the Germans this time. Silver in Rimini went...

22. April 2024
Lausanne, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

The FIG has announced that 20 gymnasts have qualified for the Olympic Games following the conclusion of the World Cup competitions in Doha (QAT) this weekend. Two continental qualifiers for Pan America have also been confirmed and the place for the men's host country has also been reallocated. This means that the penultimate qualification options for Paris have also been finalised:

21. April 2024
Riga, LAT
Artistic Gymnastics

The Gymnastics Federation of Latvia and the Riga Gymnastics School are the first Eastern European Gymnastics Association to join the virtual network as a
  "Member of GYMfamily".

So the Latvian hosts has the pleasure to invite European Federations or/and clubs to participate in this aforementioned international event, already to the 23rd time the International Artistic Gymnastics...

20. April 2024
Doha, QAT
Artistic Gymnastics

After 100 (!) World Cup winners (60x men + 40x women) were determined on the individual apparatus in the 2023 World Challenge Cup circuit alone, there will be no all-around competition in the 2024 FIG World Cup series in the Olympic year!
This year, the World Cup Circuit (- the first four WC's) also serves as another qualification opportunity for the Olympic Games, with two athletes per apparatus - a total of 8 opportunities (female)...

16. April 2024
Artistic Gymnastics

Women at the Olympic Games?
"Impractical, uninteresting, clumsy and, I have no hesitation in adding, inappropriate" was the opinion of Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games. The role of women at the Games, the French baron wrote in 1912, was primarily to "crown the winners".
Nine years later, in 2021, Monte Carlo hosted its first "Women's Olympic Games" and women's sport in Monaco established itself independently from 1924.
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