27. July 2007  
Belgrade / Serbia  
Artistic Gymnastics

9th E Y O F 2007 : Holenkova- three times winner

The 9th EUROPEAN YOUTH OLYMPIC SUMMER FESTIVAL 2007 took place in Belgrade, Serbia, from 22 to 27 July 2007.
At the artistic gymnastics events 107 female juniors participated, representing 39 different European countries, including 32 complete teams (3 gymnasts).
The Ukrainian Valentyna HOLENKOVA won the all-around decision with a score of 57,050, in front of a Romanian duo, Stefania PATRASCU (56,500) and Andreea ACATRINEI (55,050) ....
Holenkova also won the finals on bars and beam...

The first European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) was held in 1991 under the name of the European Youth Olympic Days. The idea was launched by Jacques Rogge, at the time the President of the European Olympic Committees (EOC), and today's President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Rogge's idea was supported by the EOC, and in 1991 Brussels was the first to host the potential Olympians in summer sports (athletics, gymnastics, basketball, volleyball, swimming, table tennis, football, hockey, judo).
Two years later the EYOF Winter was also held, and since then the event has taken place both in summer and winter sports every two (odd) years.

Official EYOF mascot

By the complementary colours and forms of these elements, while being gently ascended and spread out, the shared rhythm is reinforced and synchronously expressed.
The forms and colours of logotype elements and the way they are grouped play the supporting role, in so far as they highlight the message communicated by the emblem itself.