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Liubou Charkashyna re-elected President of the FIG Athletes' Commission

Liubou Charkashyna (BLR) was re-elected as President of the FIG Athletes Commission by her fellow commission members during a meeting at the FIG headquarters in Lausanne (SUI) on Wednesday.

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Ten take gold at Cottbus Individual Apparatus World Cup

The 42nd edition of the longstanding Turnier der Meister in Cottbus (GER) took place this past weekend and ten gymnasts came away with gold medals from an event which forms part of the FIG Individual Apparatus World Cup series in Artistic Gymnastics.

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Oksana Chusovitina elected to the Athletes Commission as representative for Women's Artistic Gymnastics

Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) was elected to the FIG Athletes Commission as representative for Women's Artistic Gymnastics Thursday evening during the athletes' assembly at the World Championships in Montreal, Canada. She has been elected for a four year term, succeeding Elizabeth Tweddle (GBR).

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A tight battle to succeed Simone Biles in the Women's All-around

By a mere thousandth of a point, Japan’s Mai Murakami leads the women’s field after qualifications, heading up a pack of contenders to succeed Simone Biles, the All-around queen at the past three World Championships, who is on break following triumph at the Rio Olympic Games.

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A line-up of champions heads to Montreal

Among the athletes competing at the 2017 Artistic Gymnastics Worlds in Montreal figure almost thirty who have already earned at least one individual Olympic medal or an individual World title. Find out who they are here.

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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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Liu Tingting wins twice as China continues impressive Gymnastics World Cup showing

The stars of a new-look Chinese team continued to shine at the 10th edition of the Doha World Cup in the Qatar capital this weekend, claiming half the titles available.

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Olympic champions, newcomers shine in AGF Trophy finals in Azerbaijan

Four Olympic champions and a host of talented newcomers took gold as the AGF Trophy, an FIG Individual Apparatus World Cup, event concluded Sunday in Baku (AZE).

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Olympic champions brilliant in Baku World Cup qualifications

Triple Olympic gold medallist Catalina Ponor (ROU) topped the standings Balance Beam and Floor Exercise, as qualifications concluded at the the AGF Trophy Friday in Baku (AZE).

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Kazuma Kaya, Angelina Kysla conquer 2016 Mexican Open

Japan’s Kazuma Kaya and Ukraine’s Angelina Kysla collected the prize sombreros at the annual Mexican Open, held this year in Mexico City (MEX) November 25-26.

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World Challenge Cup winners crowned in Szombathely

The 2016 FIG World Challenge Cup series concluded this past weekend with the tenth and final event taking place in Szombathely (HUN) to decide the overall winners of this year’s competition.

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Turkish delight at Mersin World Challenge Cup

Turkish gymnasts enjoyed their best-ever results at a World Challenge Cup event this weekend in the seaside city of Mersin.

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At 41, Oksana Chusovitina is the first lady of Gymnastics

Oksana Chusovitina becomes more fascinating with every year that passes. Although she celebrates her 41st birthday this Sunday, age seems to be just a number for the triple world champion who is en route to her seventh Olympic Games, a record in gymnastics.

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With three gold medals in apparatus finals, Oleg Verniaiev makes his mark in Rio

With four months to go before the opening of the Rio Olympic Games, Oleg Verniaiev left his calling card all over the Olympic arena on both days of Men’s Gymnastics.

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Brazil, Germany, Belgium, France pick up the last team berths to Rio 2016

Brazil, Germany, Belgium and France grabbed the last four team tickets for the Rio Olympic Games in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Sunday at the Olympic Test Event, while Romania, the only team to have graced all Olympic podiums since the glory days of Nadia Comaneci, was shut out.

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Final places for the 2016 Olympic Games in play at the Test Event April 16-22 in Rio

The Olympic Test Event in Gymnastics, to be held April 16-22 at the Rio Olympic Arena, is the second and final chance for gymnasts and nations that did not qualify at the 2015 World Championships to punch their tickets for August's Summer Games.

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Verniaiev is the strongman of the World Challenge Cup in Cottbus

With four medals, including titles on the high bar and vault, Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) was the star of the World Challenge Cup in Cottbus last weekend, where Marcel Nguyen (GER) and Louis Smith (GBR) also shone on the parallel bars and the pommel horse respectively, each winning on their favourite apparatus.

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Stars of Gymnastics come out as Cottbus World Cup turns 40

2015 World medallists Sanne Wevers (NED), Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) and Louis Smith (GBR) are all set to take the floor at the Cottbus World Cup, the penultimate Artistic Gymnastics World Cup event before April's do-or-die Rio Test Event, the final qualifier for the 2016 Olympics.

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Olympic Test Event: With one month to go, gymnasts ready for the big Olympic dress rehearsal

The list of gymnasts expected to compete at the Olympic Test Event, the second and final qualification round for August’s Summer Olympic Games, has been published.

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Japan, Brazil best at Baku World Challenge Cup

The first Artistic Gymnastics World Cup of the Olympic year is in the books. The big winners: Japan, Brazil and a host of nations whose programmes are beginning to take off.

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Bound for Baku: Azerbaijan hosts first Artistic World Cup of 2016

The first FIG World Challenge Cup of 2016, which is also the first World Cup event in Artistic Gymnastics in the Olympic year, begins Friday. The battleground this weekend is Baku (AZE), the ambitious Azeri capital eager to build a reputation as a Gymnastics hub.

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16 things that happened in Gymnastics this week

The weekly roundup of the latest news and tidbits from gyms and athletes around the world.

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Glasgow 2015: Eight things to know about the Women’s competition at Worlds

Eight of the big storylines to follow during the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.

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Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) planning difficult new vault for Glasgow World Championships

2008 Olympic Vault silver medallist Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) is planning to try to become only the fourth woman to land the incredibly difficult Produnova Vault in international competition.

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World Artistic, Acrobatic Gymnastics stars rev up for Varna World Cup

It's two-for-one Gymnastics at the Palace of Culture and Sport in Varna (BUL) this weekend.

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Dutch dominate Ljubljana World Challenge Cup, final competition before Montpellier Euros

If the results of this weekend's Ljubljana World Cup are any indication, the European Gymnastics Championships, which begin in Montpellier (FRA) in 10 days, are going to be a good competition for Dutch gymnasts.

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Strong showings at Cottbus World Challenge Cup

The 2015 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup and World Challenge Cup series on individual apparatus kicked off this past weekend in Cottbus (GER), where spectators at a sold out Lausitz Arena witnessed exciting competitions at the 39th Turnier der Meister.

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Who's who: The 2015 FIG Cottbus World Challenge Cup

An event-by-event breakdown of what to look forward to at this weekend's FIG Cottbus Challenger World Cup in Germany.

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Jossimar Calvo, Marta Pihan-Kulesza win Acapulco's Abierto Gimnasia de Mexicano

Jossimar Calvo (COL) and Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) flipped away with the sombreros at the fourth annual Abierto Mexicano de Gimnasia Saturday night in Acapulco (MEX)

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Acapulco gears for fourth Abierto Mexicano de Gimnasia

Past and present gymnastics greats are in Acapulco (MEX) this weekend for the Fourth Abierto Mexicano de Gimnasia, a World Cup-style All-around competition spread over two days.

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Roxana Popa, Oleg Verniaiev best at Blume Memorial

World Parallel Bars champion Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) and Spanish star Roxana Popa (ESP) were the big winners at the Joaquin Blume Memorial, held this past weekend in Barcelona (ESP).

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Yuya Kamoto, Yao Jinnan lead Japan, China to gold at Asian Games

The Japanese men and Chinese women took the team titles as the Asian Games began this past weekend in Incheon (KOR).

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Before (or after) Worlds, Asia's best aiming for success in Incheon

Sandwiched between two FIG World Gymnastics Championships, the quality of gymnastics at the upcoming Asian Games, in Incheon (KOR), is expected to be World class.

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Beth Tweddle: Gymnastics is for women of all ages

In spite of the relatively young age of most Olympic gymnasts, gymnastics can be a lifelong activity, FIG Athlete Representative Beth Tweddle (GBR) noted during her 20-minute presentation at the 6th IWG World Conference on Women in Sport in Helsinki (FIN), where she joined IOC President Thomas Bach, International Paralympic Committee President Sir Philip Craven and IOC Executive Committee member Anita DeFrantz as a distinguished speaker.

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Disappointment hopefuls!

Giulia Steingruber (SUI) believed in the podium up until the end.

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Individual Apparatus series winners determined in Osijek

With two Gold and two Silver medals, the Netherlands were the most successful nation at the World Challenge Cup in Osijek (CRO) at the weekend.

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Osijek to conclude World Challenge Cup series

Some 170 Artistic gymnasts from 34 different nations are registered to participate in the Grand Prix Osijek 2013, a FIG World Challenge Cup that begins Friday in Croatia’s fourth largest city.

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South Americans impress at Anadia World Cup

South American gymnasts took five of the ten Gold medals that were up for grabs at the FIG Individual Apparatus Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup in Anadia (POR) last weekend.

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High profiles in Anadia

The Gymnastics Federation of Portugal will welcome some 170 gymnasts to the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup on June 21-23 at the High Performance Center in Anadia, central Portugal.

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Russian Gymnasts capture Cottbus

Gymnasts from seventeen different nations divvied up medals from the 37th Turnier der Meister last weekend in Cottbus' sold out Lausitz Arena (GER).

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‘Turnier der Meister’ attracts international challengers

Organisers of the Turnier der Meister look forward to the 37th edition of this traditional tournament in Cottbus (GER), whose launch dates back to the year 1973.

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The 19th edition of the Internationaux de France will open its doors March 16-17, 2013 in La Roche sur Yon (FRA).

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The 30th anniversary edition of the DTB Cup in Stuttgart, Germany’s biggest elite Gymnastics event, not only boasts an impressive World Cup line-up at the Porsche Arena on December 1 - 2, it also has a few surprises up its sleeve.

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London Olympic Event Finals: USA, China, Russia, Romania earn one gold apiece

The women's event finals at the 2012 London Olympic Games displayed the diversity of the sport. Four countries, known for four different styles of gymnastics, were golden as Artistic Gymnastics concluded at the Games.

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Women’s Vault: Oksana forever!

Eight finalists, eight nationalities! Diversity and universality dominated this Final.

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