KAYA Kazuma


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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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Tabea Alt, Oleg Verniaiev star at Stuttgart's DTB-Pokal World Cup weekend

With her first World Cup title, German Olympian Tabea Alt gave herself a memorable 17th birthday present Saturday, while Olympic Parallel Bars champion Oleg Verniaiev claimed his first All-around crown of the season.

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Olympians set to return at EnBW DTB-Pokal in Stuttgart

An Olympian-packed field will return to international competition as 15 top flight gymnasts vie for gold at the EnBW DTB-Pokal World Cup in Stuttgart, the second of three competitions in the FIG’s 2017 All-around World Cup series, March 18-19 in Germany.

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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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Japan, Kohei Uchimura lead as first Men's teams qualify for Rio at Glasgow Worlds

Nobody in a World qualification has ever come as close to Kohei Uchimura’s score as Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) did Monday in Men's qualification at the Glasgow World Championships.

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Japanese, Chinese win big at Asian Championships in Hiroshima

No doubt wanting to make a golden impression before a home crowd, Japan sent its top Men's and Women's teams, holding back only superstar World Champion Kohei Uchimura, who is focusing on Glasgow.

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