21. October 2020
Reykjavik, ISL
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The Icelandic Gymnastics Federation has decided to cancel both the European Gym for Life Challenge and EUROGYM next summer!
These events were originally supposed to take place in July 2020, but were initially postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, strict government restrictions and the risk of covid infection at a festival with over 3,000 participants force the organizing committee to cancel these events; the Icelandic government will now be discussed to find a solution to the reimbursement of...

25. March 2020
Lausanne, SUI
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Following up on the last UEG communication (March 17), a decision has now been made regarding the European Gym for Life Challenge and EUROGYM, scheduled to be held in Reykjavik (ISL) from 11 to 16 July 2020. In cooperation with the Local Organising Committee, the UEG decided to postpone these two events as the current Covid-19 situation remains too unclear. The coming weeks, the UEG will work closely together to find a new date for these two events...

18. December 2019
Happy Gymnastics

The team and partners of the European Gymnastics Service GYMmedia INTERNATIONAL
wishes all of its business partners, clients and customers,  without those engagement the development of such a gym news system were impossible -
and also all users and friends of gymnastics from nearly 140 countries day by day

25. November 2019
Las Palmas, ESP
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BLUME FESTIVAL de Gran Canaria - For almost six decades a popular event for eventful, sporty and enjoyable days of dynamic people from all over the world:
From 2019 November 23 to 30, the Spanish organizers of the gymnastics club "Gimnasio Las Palmas" invite back to the " Island of eternal spring ".
→ With first international competitions, such as the "Team Gymnastics Cup" and a "Rhythmic Gymnastics Tournament" and also a Judo competition, the...

13. July 2019
Dornbirn, AUT
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* The 16th FIG World Gymnaestrada started in Dornbirn, Austria and already the 2019 edition has reached a new landmark with a record 62 nations set to take part.
In the 66-year history of the World Gymnaestrada, the current high watermark is 55 nations at the Lausanne 2011 edition, while 53 was the figure when Dornbirn hosted the event previously in 2007 -  but due to bad weather, the opening ceremony had to be postponed from Sunday to...