COLAK Ibrahim


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Steingruber, Japanese men conquer Koper World Challenge Cup

With four first places, the Japanese men dominated the World Challenge Cup held 31 May to 3 June in Koper (Slovenia), where Olympic medallist Giulia Steingruber (SUI) won half the women's titles.

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Srbić, Varinska victorious at Osijek World Challenge Cup

Diana Varinska (UKR) won three titles at the first 2018 World Challenge Cup, held 24-27 in Osijek, Croatia, where national hero Tin Srbić won the gold medal on Horizontal Bar in front of the home crowd.

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Petrounias and Chusovitina on fine form in Baku

Three months before her 43th birthday, Oksana Chusovitina clinched two medals at the Individual Apparatus World Cup in Baku, while Eleftherios Petrounias continued his domination on the Rings, after his World and Olympic titles.

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Diversity in Szombathely as newcomers, veterans take gold

Japan’s rising young generation scooped up three titles and five medals in Men’s Gymnastics while women from four different nations took gold at the Szombathely World Challenge Cup in Hungary this past weekend.

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Eight new elements named, added to the Men’s Gymnastics Code of Points

With a third vault now bearing his name, Kenzo Shirai of Japan now has a total of six elements named after him in the Code of Points, the most of any male gymnast.

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With numerous golds apiece, China, Kenzo Shirai show strength at Melbourne World Cup

Olympic veterans and standout newcomers topped the podiums at the first Individual Apparatus World Cup of 2017 in Artistic Gymnastics Friday in Melbourne (AUS), part of the FIG’s ongoing World Cup series.

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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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Malaysian women surprise at Ljubljana World Challenge Cup

Unused to playing a leading role on artistic gymnastics’ international stage, the Malaysian women caused a sensation in Ljubljana this weekend, almost stealing the limelight from the Slovenians in the latest stage of the World Challenge Cup.

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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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Gymnasts aspire to World Cup honours in Doha

Following the opening in Cottbus (GER) this past weekend, the 2015 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup and World Challenge Cup series on individual apparatus continues this week with the 8th World Challenge Cup in Doha (QAT).

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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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Hungarians victorious at Szmobathely Grand Prix

With six titles over 10 events, the host nation was the most successful country at the 6th Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend in Szombathely (HUN).

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Croatian, Slovenian gymnasts head FIG World Cup rankings

Bolstered by well-received performances at recent World Cup meets in Croatia and Slovenia, gymnasts from those two countries sit atop the World Cup standings in six out of 10 events in Men's and Women's Artistic Gymnastics.

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Steingruber, Phan shine on second day of Osijek World Cup finals

Swiss standout Giulia Steingruber and Vietnam's Phan Thi Ha Thanh each captured one gold and one bronze medal as the Osijek World Challenge Cup concluded Sunday in Croatia.

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