8. July 2004
Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

Last weekend, the members of the German Technical Committee of wheel gymnastics met in Frankfurt for the first workshop.
The following persons represent the German TC:
Franz Obry (chairman, photo, left);
Kerstin Ott (youth, target groups, base), Regina Schelling (judging) Monika Väthbrückner (public relations), Wolfgang Bientzle (achievment advances).
Franz Obry, Monika Vaethbrueckner and Wolfgang Bientzle will also look after competition and training affairs for the present....

16. May 2004
Wuerzburg / Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

Favourites successfully

In Wuerzburg the Juniors Championships of Southern Germany for the 15 to 18 years-old actives took place at Saturday.
As expected, Jermaine Dotson (TSV Taunusstein-Bleidenstadt) and Laura Stullich (TSV Marburg-Ockershausen) won the all-around-titles.

Whereas Laura Stullich was almost outclassing the rivalry by more than 3 points, the male class was more exciting...

9. May 2004
Leverkusen / Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

This weekend the North-German Championships junior class take place in Leverkusen with 85 gymnasts. Today the junior class ( 14 years and older) compete to get the qualification for the German Championchips.
Jenny Hoffmann from the KSC Strausberg (near Berlin) got 33,55 points and won the championships. On 2nd place took Sara-Christin Helmke /TG Klafeld-Friesen-Geisweid ( 30,90 points), 3rd Anne Pursche / TC Köln-Poll ( 30,80 points). All together 11 gymnasts of the junior class female are qualified for the...

11. April 2004
Taunusstein / Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

Directly after the 2nd World-Team-Cup in Wheel Gymnastics, an international training camp took place in Taunusstein from Monday tioFriday last week. Under the direction of the former numerous world champion Wolfgang Bientzle, athletes from 9 nations met for doing intensive training for five days...

Main subject for the 30 athletes from Japan, USA, Canada, Norway, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Austria and Germany was – besides the training of new exercises in straight-line – the improvement of technics in spiral...

4. April 2004
Leverkusen / Germany
Wheel Gymnastics

2nd World Cup - final Day
World Champion Germany was the clear winner also on the second day's team competition of the '2nd Team World Cup' of Wheel Gymnastics in Leverkusen (GER).
The host won with a score of 55,60 points, followed by the Japanese Team (50,30), an 'All Star Team' (49,90), Norway (45,15) and Switzerland (44,65).
After first day in Leverkusen the world cup finisched in Wiesbaden today, also with the individual scores...

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