27. April 2021
Hanover, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

In autumn 2020, the planned 7th International ZAG Junior Cup in Germany (Hanover / Vinnhorst) unfortunately had to be canceled due to the pandemic.
The date has been postponed to the last weekend in April 2021. Because Corona still did not allow a normal competition, the organizers organized an online version, this time only with German clubs and participants.
You can find the results at our German web portale ►► www.gymmedia.de

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25. April 2021
Basel, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

As with women, Russia's men also seem to cope with the corona conditions best: All-around double victory by Nikita NAGORNIY (88.032) with a respectable advantage of 2.168 points over compatriot David BELJAVSKI (85.864), and in the absence of the still banned Oleg Verniaiev, only a 17- year old Ukrainian, Illia KOVTUN the European all-around podium on the bronze rank (64,864). Despite an involuntary relegation on the pommel horse, Swiss local hero Pablo Brägger was satisfied with his 5th place,...

25. April 2021
Basel, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

Russian double victory in women's all-around final


In theall-around final of the 42nd European Women's Gymnastics Championships in Basel (SUI) there was a Russian double success for the third time in this millennium - after Swetlana Chorkina & Jelena Samolodschikowa (2000) and Ksenia Semenova & Ksenia Afanasjewa (2009) this time the junior world champion won from 2019 and current Russian national champion Viktoria LISTUNOWA with 56.731 points from the best in the preliminaries, and...

25. April 2021
Basel, SUI
Artistic Gymnastics

The local Swiss Organizing Committee (LOC), in coordination with European Gymnastics and the authorities of the Swiss cantons of Basel-City and Basel-Country, have decided to hold the 2021 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships from April 21 to 25 in Basel's St. Jakobshalle without spectators perform.
In return, these continental competitions in the Olympic year should be shown on the internet and on television, because the interest in participating in the European Championships remains high: A total of 159...

18. April 2021
Dresden, GER
Artistic Gymnastics

Es war zwar eine Überraschung, damals, aber sie kam nicht von Ungefähr: Als die Dresdnerin Marlene BINDIG 2015 in Gießen - gemeinsam mit Leah Grießer  (TG Neureuth) - Deutsche Meisterin am Boden wurde, holte die damals 18-Jährige nach 28 Jahren (nach Martina Jentsch's Erfolg) wieder einen Landesmeistertitel in die Elbmetropole. Im Vorkampf war die Mehrkampfneunte als Boden-Achte eigentlich nicht fürs Finale qualifiziert, doch nach verletzungsbedingtem Ausscheiden zweier Turnerinnen - unter ihnen Sophie Scheder, teilte ihr deren Trainerin Gabriele Frehse...

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