2. January 2024
Biel, SUI
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The gymnasts of the RLZ Biel - one of the largest Swiss performance centres for rhythmic gymnastics - recently delighted the audience as well as all sympathisers and supporters of this aesthetic sport with a successful Christmas show in a festive and festive setting.
It was all the more difficult for the athletes to say goodbye to the much-loved Spanish coach and expert Marhya Balado, who had enriched the work at the RLZ enormously with her skills and...

23. November 2023
Dhaka, BAN
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The FIG Executiv Commitee met in Dhaka / Bangladesh and allocated the 41st FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships to the Brazilian Gymnastics Federation.
They will take place in Rio de Janeiro from 20 to 24 August 2025.

3. November 2023
Santiago de Chile
Rhythmic Gymnastics

The 2023 Pan American Games take place in Santiago, Chile from 20 October to 5 November 2023 (- the Rhythmic gymnastics events from November 1 - 4 ).
♦ The winner of the individual all-around was the Brazilian Barbara DOMINGOS (129.550). The silver medal went to Evita GRISKENAS (USA; 127.400) and bronze went to Maria Eduarda ALEXANDRE (BRA; 127.250). There were 18 gymnasts from 11 continental nations at the start.

4. September 2023
Frankfurt/M., GER
Rhythmic Gymnastics

*Deutsche Sporthilfe --: Five-time gymnastics world champion Darja VARFOLOMEEV has been voted "Sportswoman of the Month" for August  in Germany by the approximately 4,000 athletes supported by "Sporthilfe".
The 16-year-old gymnast from TSV Schmiden (near Stuttgart) won five gold medals at the 40th World Championships in Rhythmic Gymnastics in Valencia/Spain in the all-around as well as with hoops, ball, clubs and ribbon. She also won the silver medal in the team competition. Of Germany's up-and-coming...

27. August 2023
Valencia, ESP
Rhythmic Gymnastics

Sensational World Championships successes for Germany!


The 40th Anniversary World Championships in Rhythmic Gymnastics 2023, held from 23 to 27 August on the east coast of Spain, in Valencia, the "little sister" of the Olympic city Barcelona, experienced a sensational outcome:
The fivefold success of a 16-year-old German schoolgirl, who, after four apparatus titles with all-around gold, was crowned the most successful German gymnast and World Gymnastics Queen. In one fell...

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