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Golds for Nonomura, Melnikova in Birmingham

Russia’s Angelina Melnikova claimed the women’s gold medal while Japan’s Shogo Nonomura won the men’s event in the British leg of the FIG’s 2018 All-around World Cup series in Artistic Gymnastics on 21-22 March at Arena Birmingham.

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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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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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Oleg Verniaiev, Tabea Alt seal World Cup series titles for Ukraine, Germany; USA women tie for win

With their second consecutive victories on the World Cup circuit, Oleg Verniaiev and Tabea Alt clinched the FIG World Cup Series for Ukraine and Germany, respectively, at Saturday’s iPro Sport World Cup in London.

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Gymnastics All-around World Cup Series champions to be crowned Saturday in London

The 2017 FIG World Cup series champions will be coronated at Saturday’s iPro Sport World Cup in London’s 02 Arena, the last of three All-around World Cup events in Artistic Gymnastics this year.

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Yul Moldauer, Ragan Smith swing to American Cup titles

Heralded as a competition where new stars rise to prominence, the AT&T American Cup did not disappoint with its 2017 edition.

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16 neat things that happened in Gymnastics this week

Happy Wednesday, Gymnastics fans! In case you've missed anything, here's what's been making headlines this week in the world of the sport.

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For Gabrielle Douglas, the American Cup is a major stop on the road to Rio

Double Olympic champion Gabrielle Douglas (USA) is set to show at the AT&T American Cup on March 5 in Newark (USA) that she has every reason to believe that another Olympic dream is possible. This first leg of the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup series opens the season in this milestone year.

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Olympic champion Gabrielle Douglas hoping history repeats itself at 2016 AT&T American Cup

London Olympic All-around champion Gabrielle Douglas will rely on the March 5 AT&T American Cup in Newark to start her Olympic year off with a bang.

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

The weekly roundup of what's making the rounds in the news and on social media in the world of Gymnastics.

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2015 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships: A collision of veterans and newcomers

A new generation of gymnasts will be seeking to make their mark at the 2015 European Championships, which begin Wednesday in Montpellier (FRA) with qualification for All-around and event finals.

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Junior European champion Angelina Melnikova (RUS) tops the standings at 2014 Top Gym

In her first major international competition since becoming Junior European champion this spring, Angelina Melnikova (RUS) won the annual Top Gym, contested over the weekend in Charleroi (BEL).

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Women’s European Championships conclude in Sofia

The 30th European Championships in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics concluded Sunday in Sofia (BUL). The championships featured a team competition and All-around and Apparatus Finals for juniors as well as a Team Final and Apparatus Finals for seniors.

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