27. October 2022
Indianapolis, USA
Artistic Gymnastics

*US-Gymnastics --: Multiple World medalists and Olympians headline the U.S. contingent for the 2022 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships, which kick off this weekend at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena. The competition will run October 29-November 6 and will feature more than 410 gymnasts from 74 countries. Fourteen team and individual titles up for grabs. Six team spots for the upcoming Paris Olympic Games are also set to be awarded.

9. October 2022
Mersin, TUR
Artistic Gymnastics

After the fourth FIG Apparatus World Cup of the FIG Spring Series (March 31 to April 04) and the "AGF Trophy" in Baku, the 2022 circuit was continued with six more so-called World Challenge Cups ( ... what makes the difference ...??) over the course of the year - after the summer ebvents in Varna, Osijek, and Koper (June 16-19), and after than Paris (Sep 24/25), Szombathely (Sep 30 - Oct 01/02), now one week later in Mersin...

24. September 2022
Leverkusen, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

Team ENGLAND I scored a narrow points victory at the 45th International LEVERKUSENCUP 2022.
In front of an atmospheric crowd of more than 1,200 spectators in the Ostermann Arena in Leverkusen (GER), the English girls relegated Team GERMANY II to second place with 98.899 : 97.832 points, ahead of ENGLAND II (96.949) in third place.
In the individual all-around, Anna-Lena KOENIG, fourth of the German Championships, from...

22. September 2022
Lilleshall, GBR
Artistic Gymnastics

Great Britain have named an unchanged men’s artistic team for the 2022 World Gymnastics Championships, taking place on home soil in Liverpool from 29th October to 6th November.
The Championships will see Joe Fraser, Giarnni Regini-Moran, Jake Jarman, James Hall and Courtney Tulloch return to the mat following outstanding success at the recent Commonwealth Games and European Championships. The team will be going for an unprecedented treble as they seek a third team gold in the calendar year having...

22. September 2022
Artistic Gymnastics

British Gymnastics have announced the appointment of David HART as their new Performance Director (Strategy and Culture) up until the end of 2024, completing the new leadership set up of British Gymnastics’ Performance team as part of their wider reform plans to put gymnasts at the heart of everything they do.
Hart will work closely with leading coach Tracy WHITTAKER MBE, who was announced as British Gymnastics’ new Performance Director of Olympic Disciplines earlier this month. Both...