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Montreal Olympic Stadium sets itself for big Gymnastics 'show'

The Montreal Olympic Stadium has been transformed into a grand amphitheater to welcome the 47th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships, the biggest event of the competitive season, which begins Monday, October 2. For seven days, 400 gymnasts representing 71 nations - 155 women and 245 men - will take the stage for the first big test of the Olympic cycle that will culminate with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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Five questions with Kyle Shewfelt, Men's Artistic Gymnastics Ambassador for the 2017 World Championships

It was in Athens in 2004 that Kyle Shewfelt turned in one of the great performances in Canadian sports history with his victory on Floor Exercise, becoming the first Canadian Olympic champion in Artistic Gymnastics. This exploit, his engaging personality and commitment to the sport both on and off the field of play led the organizing committee and the International Gymnastics Federation to select him as the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Ambassador for the 2017 World Championships in Montreal.

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Looking toward the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montreal

As the Olympic Stadium in Montreal prepares to welcome the 2017 World Championships from 2-8 October, Wednesday, 13 September marked an important moment for the athletes as the day the draw that determines the starting order for the competition was held.

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FIG Academy participation surpasses 3,600 coaches after Mexico course

The Mexican Gymnastics Federation hosted a Level 3 FIG Academy for Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics on October 1-8, 2016. This was the 243rd Academy overall and the 109th for Artistic Gymnastics since this coaching education programme began in 2002.

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Happy Wednesday, Gymnastics fans! Headlines of the week in Gymnastics

Your mid-week catchup on what's been in the headlines and making the rounds on social media.

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