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Five new champions as Montreal Worlds draw to a close

Before the curtain came down on the Montreal Worlds Sunday, the second day of apparatus finals saw four new World champions emerge for the first time

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Five world champions successfully defend their titles on day one of apparatus finals in Montreal

None of the five reigning World champions relinquished their titles on the first day of apparatus finals in the Montreal Olympic Stadium.

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Xiao Ruoteng crowned 2017 World All-around champion

China’s Xiao Ruoteng emerged from a breathtakingly tight competition as the new World All-around champion, ahead of his teammate Lin Chaopan and Japan’s Kenzo Shirai.

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Seven original men's elements submitted at Montreal Worlds

The new skills, submitted by federations and evaluated prior to the start of Worlds, were submitted by federations spanning four continents.

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Liberated after Rio leg injury, Samir Aït Saïd prepares World Championships return

Samir Aït Saïd didn’t cry. He just looked, registered what had happened and passed his hand over his face. His Olympic Games were over. His Olympic dream was not.

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Chris Remkes: Australia 'on the right track' to producing World contenders

There was an athletics tryout, a brief infatuation with basketball. But no matter what he did, Chris Remkes would always return to the small club where he’d started kindy gym as a five-year-old.

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How to follow the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships, even if you're not in Montreal

Looking for ways to stay up to date on everything happening at the Olympic stadium? Here are several ways to keep up with the action.

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Everything you need to know about the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montreal

Thirty-two years after the 1985 edition, the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships are making their big return to Montreal.

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Walter Lehmann, 1950 World All-around champion, passes away

Lehmann, born January 13, 1919, was part of a talented group of men who helped make Switzerland one of the most formidable teams of the post-World War II era.

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Nine gymnasts win 2017 Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup series

Gymnasts from seven countries were proclaimed winners of the series in Artistic Gymnastics at the conclusion of the Internationaux de France, earning a supplementary curtain call during the awards ceremony.

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En route for Montreal Worlds, stars of Gymnastics light up Internationaux de France

Though ten gymnasts representing 10 different nations -- Olympic champions, Olympians and shining newcomers among them -- left with titles in their pockets, the biggest ovation of the weekend was reserved for France’s own Samir Aït Saïd.

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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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Iordache returns in force at World Challenge Cup in Slovenia

With two gold medals, Romanian star Larisa Iordache continued her successful comeback at the first of five 2017 FIG World Challenge Cups, May 12-14 in Koper (SLO).

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10 questions: Olympic champion Kohei Uchimura

Eight months removed from his second consecutive Olympic All-around title, Kohei Uchimura made his grand return to competition at last week’s Japanese Championships, where he won the meet for the 10th time in a row, shattering his own record for consecutive national titles.

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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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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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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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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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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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British stars get the call for London's iPro World Cup

Rio Floor Exercise bronze medallist Amy Tinkler, 2016 Olympic standouts Brinn Bevan and Ellie Downie and 2012 Olympic team bronze medallist Sam Oldham are all set to compete at the iPro World Cup, the third and final stage of the 2017 FIG All-around World Cup series.

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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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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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Olympic champions Verniaiev, Kato head up 2017 American Cup field

The presence of 2016 Olympic gold medallists Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) and Ryohei Kato (JPN) at the American Cup adds an element of suspense to the first competition of the 2017 FIG All-around World Cup series March 4 in Newark, just outside New York City.

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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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With Great Britain's first two Olympic golds, Max Whitlock tumbles deeper into history

Whitlock draped himself in the Union Jack after both Floor Exercise and Pommel Horse, where he deprived his compatriot Louis Smith of becoming an Olympic champion in his own right by 0.133 points.

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Jack Günthard, Olympic champion and fitness personality, 1920-2016

Jack Günthard, an Olympic champion whose television show “Fit with Jack” made him Switzerland’s first fitness personality, died August 8 in Bienne (SUI). He was 96.

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Japan takes gold in Men's Olympic Team final as Uchimura wins sixth Olympic medal

After silvers from the past two Olympic Games, Kohei Uchimura led the Japanese men to a long awaited team gold medal in Monday night. The 2015 World champions devanced a surging Russian team, while Beijing and London Olympic champion China finished with bronze.

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Rio2016 LIVE page - Men's Artistic Gymnastics podium training

All the latest from the Rio Olympic Arena, as it happens.

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Chinese, Saraiva shine at Anadia World Challenge Cup

Even among numerous Rio 2016 qualifiers, the next generation of Gymnastics standouts claimed numerous spots on the podiums at the Anadia World Challenge Cup, held this weekend in Portugal.

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Chinese, Saraiva shine at Anadia World Challenge Cup

Gymnasts from eight nations -- representing all five continents -- won a share of the 10 golds given out at the penultimate World Challenge Cup before August's Olympic Games.

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Daniele Hypolito, South Americans shine in Sao Paulo

With three gold medals, Brazil's Daniele Hypolito was the star of the show at this weekend's Sao Paulo World Challenge Cup.

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Oleg Verniaiev leads Ukraine to a near sweep at Varna World Cup

Ukrainian stars Oleg Verniaiev and Igor Radivilov, the latter the reigning Olympic silver medallist on Vault, combined to win five of the six event titles at this weekend's Varna World Cup in Bulgaria.

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Veterans, new faces mix at Varna World Challenge Cup

Three Olympic medallists and a handful of Rio Olympic hopefuls are among the more than 100 gymnasts set to compete at this weekend's Varna World Challenge Cup in Bulgaria.

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Ellie Downie completes rare golden sweep at Osijek World Cup

British star Ellie Downie became the first woman in 41 years to sweep the event titles at a Gymnastics World Cup this weekend, clinching gold on all four apparatus at the Osijek World Challenge Cup in Croatia.

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In Osijek, Manrique Larduet inks his name in the Men's code of points

The Cuban star's new Parallel Bars dismount, a double front with a full twist, will be named the Larduet in the men's code of points.

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Olympic Test Event completed, Osijek takes center stage as Artistic World Cup action picks up again

Olympic qualification in hand, all roads lead to Rio for many of the gymnasts set to compete at this weekend's Osijek World Cup in Croatia.

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Lists of Rio 2016 qualifiers updated (with Tripartite invitations!) in Artistic, Rhythmic and Trampoline Gymnastics

The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) herewith confirms the list of gymnasts and nations qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Artistic, Rhythmic and Trampoline 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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Rio 2016 Olympic qualifiers in Men's Artistic Gymnastics: See the updated list!

Following the Men's Qualification Competition at the Gymnastics Test Event in Rio, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) herewith confirms the list of nations and individual gymnasts that have qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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Andreas Bretschneider, Sophie Scheder sweep Stuttgart World Cup

The double victory boosts morale for the German teams as they prepare for April's Rio Test Event.

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German gymnasts using Stuttgart World Cup to rev up for Olympic Test Event

For the German gymnasts competing at Saturday's Stuttgart World Cup at the Porsche-Arena in Germany's motor city, the competition is a sort of "stress test" for Rio.

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MyKayla Skinner, Max Whitlock walk away with Glasgow World Cup titles

World Pommel Horse champion Max Whitlock and American MyKayla Skinner won the Glasgow World Cup Saturday, giving each a leg up on the road to Rio.

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Strong international field gears up for Glasgow World Cup

Three British stars and a number of strong international challengers will meet again in Glasgow, the city of the 2015 World Championships, this time with World Cup glory on the line.

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AT&T American Cup, international comebacks top headlines of the week in Gymnastics

The weekly roundup of the latest news in the sport, in case you've missed anything.

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Gabrielle Douglas, Ryohei Kato crowned 2016 AT&T American Cup champions

Four years after unofficially winning the 2012 American Cup, Gabrielle Douglas took her first AT&T American Cup title this past weekend. Will Olympic glory follow?

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15 things that happened in Gymnastics this week

The weekly roundup of the latest news and buzz from around the Gymnastics world.

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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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Steve Butcher: The imagination of gymnasts knows 'no bounds' when creating new skills

The FIG Men's Technical Committe President on the Shirai 3, difficulty in Men's Gymnastics and Rio 2016.

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18 cool things that happened in Gymnastics this week

The Olympic Gymnastics season is underway in numerous disciplines, and there's plenty of news to share. Here's the weekly wrap of what everyone's been buzzing about.

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

Eight new elements in Men's Gymnastics, including a highly anticipated new tumbling move from 2015 World Floor champion Kenzo Shirai, have officially been named for their originators.

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British gymnasts headline star-studded lineup for FIG Glasgow World Cup

After a spectacular World Championships last October, Glasgow will again host some of the world’s top gymnasts for the March 12 Glasgow World Cup, this time at the Emerates Arena.

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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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Six neat things that happened in the Gymnastics world this week

2016 has barely begun, but we're already awash in cool news from around the world.

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Valentin Mogilny, five-time World gold medallist, 1965-2015

Valentin Victorovich Mogilny (USSR), who won more than a dozen World and European medals between 1985 and 1990, passed away Sunday at 49.

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After silver surprise in Glasgow, the sky's the limit for Marian Dragulescu

"I invented this in 1999, and for five or six years, I was the only one to do it. It's interesting, because I'm still here. I'm still competing. This is the most beautiful thing," Dragulescu said.

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Quotables: Other gymnasts on Kohei Uchimura

He's been called Superman, the king, and the best male gymnast who ever lived, all by his adoring...competitors.

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Golden record: Simone Biles marks medal milestone as Glasgow World Championships end

Simone Biles and Kohei Uchimura each marked the 10th World gold medal of their careers Sunday in Glasgow.

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Giulia Steingruber, Max Whitlock awarded Longines Prizes for Elegance at Artistic Gymnastics World Championships

As the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) long-lasting partner, as well as Official Partner and Timekeeper of the 46th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships 2015, Longines had the honor to present the Longines Prizes for Elegance in Artistic Gymnastics to Max Whitlock (GBR) and Giulia Steingruber (SUI).

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With sixth consecutive World title, Kohei Uchimura's legend grows even bigger

Since being crowned World champion for the first time in 2009, no one has been able to impede the royal march of Kohei Uchimura. Nobody did Friday night in Glasgow either.

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Kings of Gymnastics: Kohei Uchimura leads Japan to first World team gold in nearly 40 years

After silver at four straight World Championships -- including a 0.1 heartbreaker last year in Nanning -- the Japanese men finally reversed their fortunes to take gold Wednesday night in Glasgow.

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Glasgow Men's All-around final: The Uchimura vs. Verniaiev show

Among those cited as potential heirs (or usurpers) to Olympic and World champion Kohei Uchimura's crown, no name figures more prominently than that of Oleg Verniaiev.

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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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Despite Floor error, Kohei Uchimura is still the master in Men’s Gymnastics

Turns out the “Superman” of Gymnastics is a mortal after all.

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Skills and strategies: six things that make a difference in Men's Gymnastics

While there are dozens of elements in the code of points, here are six that could make a difference in the men's competition in Glasgow.

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How to follow the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships, even if you're not in Glasgow

Even those who don't make it to Glasgow (GBR) for the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships and Olympic qualification October 23-November 1 will have plenty of ways to follow the action, including video and photo coverage from the SSE Hydro.

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Glasgow welcomes Artistic Gymnastics stars for World Championships ‘show’

With 14 World titles and 2016 Olympic berths on the line, the 46th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Glasgow (GBR) promise to be a first-rate showcase of Rio Olympic stars in the making.

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Kohei Uchimura: The perpetual quest for perfection

If some in this era have chosen to perform a higher level of difficulty at the expense of good execution, Uchimura returns Men's Artistic Gymnastics to all its nobility.

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

Eight of the biggest storylines developing around the Men's competition at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.

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How Artistic gymnasts qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games

98 men and 98 women will compete in Artistic Gymnastics in Rio next summer. Here's how they'll get there.

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From Glasgow to Rio: World titles, Olympic berths, records all on the line at Artistic Gymnastics World Championships

From the World Championships in Glasgow to the Olympics in Rio: For the elite of the Gymnastics world, the big Olympic dream could begin to become a reality at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships October 23 to November 1 in the Britain’s fourth largest city.

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FIG Technical Committee Presidents enthusiastic for 'meticulous' Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Glasgow

On the eve of the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships and Olympic qualification in Glasgow (GBR), FIG Men’s and Women's Technical Committee Presidents Nellie Kim and Steve Butcher are excited about the record turnout and aesthetic changes designed to heighten the spectator experience.

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An alternate no longer, Paul Ruggeri (USA) relishing chance to compete at Glasgow Worlds

Ruggeri, 26, had become so used to being the alternate that his first reaction upon making the World team following August's U.S. National Championships was disbelief.

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5 questions with: British Gymnastics CEO Jane Allen

In her five years as CEO of British Gymnastics, Jane Allen has watched the sport take off in her adopted country.

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Shooting for his fourth Olympic Games, Fabian Hambuechen (GER) shows no signs of slowing down

Best known as a Horizontal Bar star, Fabian Hambuechen is counting on his All-around capabilities to help the German Men's team earn an Olympic berth at the World Championships this month in Glasgow (GBR).

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'Slight' Achilles tear ends Sam Mikulak's World Championships bid

A 'slight' Achilles tear will keep Pan American Games champion Sam Mikulak (USA) out of the upcoming World Championships in Glasgow (GBR).

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Artistic Gymnastics flashback: Jani Tanskanen (FIN)

With the 2015 Glasgow Worlds just around the corner, 1997 World Horizontal Bar champion Jani Tanskanen (FIN), reflects on his own Worlds memories.

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Anadia World Cup: A show of Cuban strength in Artistic Gymnastics

With gold on three events and silvers on two others, Cuba's Manrique Larduet was the breakout star of the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup, held this past weekend in Anadia (POR).

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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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Returns seem imminent for Catalina Ponor, Marian Dragulescu

Romanian superstars Marian Dragulescu and Catalina Ponor have registered for Anti-doping control with the FIG, a strong indication that both gymnasts may be planning a return to elite competition before the end of the year.

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Saturday special: Five Gymnastics videos you should be watching right now

A weekly roundup of the most intriguing and newsworthy videos on the ‘net.

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Simone Biles, World stars headline 2015 AT&T American Cup roster

Two-time reigning World All-around champion Simone Biles (USA) and defending AT&T American Cup champion Sam Mikulak (USA) lead strong and diverse fields set to compete at the 2015 AT&T American Cup, set for March 7 near Dallas (USA).

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Thomas Bouhail named French national assistant coach

2010 World Vault champion Thomas Bouhail (FRA), who formally announced his retirement from gymnastics last month, has a new job: Assistant Coach to the French National team.

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Mark your calendars! 2015 is full of can't-miss Gymnastics events

2015, the year before the Rio Games, will be a pivotal year in the Olympic cycle. Here's why.

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British women best at France's Pas-de-Calais International

Rising British stars Angel Romaeo and Georgia-Mae Fenton were the top competitors at the annual Tournoi Pas-de-Calais this past weekend in Arques (FRA).

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Japanese gymnasts dominate Toyota International

Japan's 2014 World teams completed a near sweep of the gold medals at this past weekend's Toyota International, an apparatus finals only competition in Toyota City (JPN).

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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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Gymnastics stars line up for Saturday's Glasgow World Cup

2013 Glasgow World Cup champions Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) and Larisa Iordache (ROU) are back to defend their titles against rising stars and newcomers during the second of three competitions in the FIG 2014-2015 Artistic World Cup series this Saturday in Glasgow (GBR).

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Maksym Semyankiv, Kristyna Sankova (UKR) sweep Sokol Grand Prix

Ukrainians Maksym Semyankiv and Kristyna Sankova won the Brno Grand Prix, a popular Mixed Pairs competition, this past weekend in the Czech Republic.

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Larisa Iordache, Oleg Verniaiev crowned champions at Stuttgart World Cup

2014 World medallists Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) and Larisa Iordache (ROU) were the stars of the FIG Stuttgart World Cup Saturday, the first of three competitions in the FIG 2014-2015 World Cup series.

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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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Oleg Verniaiev, Daria Spiridonova take 2014 Arthur Gander Memorial

New World Parallel Bars champion Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) and 2014 World medallist Daria Spiridonova (RUS) outclassed a deep field to win the 31st Arthur Gander Memorial, held in Chiasso (SUI) Wednesday night.

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10 men to watch at the 2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

With a record number of gymnasts registered to compete and Olympic team qualification at stake, this week's 45th World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Nanning (CHN) promises to be something special. In the men's competition, here are 10 gymnasts to look out for:

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Dutch women, French men victorious at pre-Worlds Friendly in Rouen

The Dutch women and the French men were the winners at an International Friendly held this past weekend in Rouen (FRA).

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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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Following the leaders: Q and A with Commonwealth Games standout Nile Wilson

Nile Wilson came to the 2014 Commonwealth Games as a rookie, though not one exactly new to international competition.

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Quotables: 2014 Commonwealth Games

Enjoy some golden sayings from gymnasts at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, courtesy of the Commonwealth Games News service.

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Canada, Scotland, England golden on final day of gymnastics at Commonwealth Games

Gymnasts from Canada, Scotland and England all won gold medals to close out gymnastics competition Friday at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow (SCO).

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English gymnasts take three more golds as Commonwealth event finals begin

English gymnasts won another three gold medals Thursday as event finals got underway at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow (SCO).

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England reigns supreme in Commonwealth All-around finals

English gymnasts reigned supreme in All-around finals at the Commonwealth Games Wednesday night, capturing both golds and five of the six All-around medals given out in Glasgow.

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Ablyazin, Russians lead the way as Europeans end

Denis Ablyazin and the Russian men's team were the big winners as the European Men's Championships concluded Sunday in Sofia (BUL).

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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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Dutch, Slovenians shine at Ljubljana World Challenge Cup

Gymnasts from the Netherlands and host nation Slovenia were the most successful at the Ljubljana World Challenge Cup this past weekend in Ljubljana (SLO), winning just over half the gold medals available.

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Host country takes eight medals at Korea Cup

Six different Korean gymnasts combined to win a total of eight medals, the showpiece being Olympic hero Yang Hak Seon's gold on Men's Vault, at this past weekend's Korea Cup in Incheon.

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Five reasons to get excited about the Tokyo World Cup

The 2013-2014 FIG World Cup season culminates at this Saturday's Tokyo World Cup in Japan. Here are five reasons we're psyched to see what's in store:

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World champion Kohei Uchimura returns for Tokyo World Cup

Four-time World All-around champion Kohei Uchimura is gearing up for a rare appearance at the FIG Tokyo World Cup, the final event of the 2013-2014 World Cup series, Saturday in Japan's capital city.

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Olympians excel at Austrian Team Open

Olympians Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) and Vid Hidvegi (HUN) led their teams to victory at the Fifth Austrian Team Open, held this past weekend in Linz.

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Larisa Iordache, Epke Zonderland take two titles each as Doha World Cup ends

Romania's Larisa Iordache (ROU) continued her winning ways Friday at the Doha World Challenge Cup in Qatar's capital city, winning gold on Balance Beam and Floor Exercise Friday as the competition drew to a close.

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Armenians, Romanians lead as Doha World Cup begins

Armenian gymnasts lead the standings in three events after the qualifying round of competition at the Doha World Cup Wednesday in Qatar's capital city.

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World champions, challengers suit up for Doha World Cup

A host of World and Olympic stars making their 2014 international debuts are among the approximately 200 gymnasts set to compete at the Doha World Challenge Cup, which begins Wednesday in the Qatari capital.

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Big names line up for 38th Cottbus World Cup

Gymnasts from 41 countries are scheduled to compete at the 38th annual Turnier der Meister, an FIG Challenge World Cup, which begins Thursday in Cottbus (GER).

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Daniel Purvis, Elizabeth Price on top in World Cup rankings

Clutch performances at the 2014 American Cup have vaulted Elizabeth Price (USA) and Daniel Purvis (GBR) into the lead in the World Cup rankings going into the fourth and final meet of the 2013-2014 FIG World Cup series.

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Brenna Dowell completes American Cup roster

2013 World All-around champion Simone Biles has withdrawn from this weekend's American Cup in Greensboro (USA) to rest a shoulder injury, USA Gymnastics announced Sunday.

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Date change: Tokyo World Cup set to take place April 5

The schedule of the Tokyo World Cup, the fourth and final event in the 2013-2014 FIG World Cup series, has been modified so that the competition will take place during a single day, April 5.

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A dramatic Men's Gymnastics Team Final in London

The Chinese men performed with the efficiency and precision of a Swiss watch-maker during the Olympic team final in London, winning gold for the second consective Olympiad.

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Japan's Yuya Kamoto takes Youth Olympics men's All-Around

Contrasting fates for title aspirants Sam Oldham (GBR) and Yuya Kamoto (JPN) in this Final; while Yuya easily went through his routines without any major mistakes, Sam’s luck went bad when he finished a landing on his backside during his opening Floor routine.

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