More FIG World Cups and World Championships cancelled or postponed

Trampolinist

The ongoing Covid pandemic has led to more World Cup and World Championships competitions being cancelled or postponed, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has announced. In addition to the previously announced events, the Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, has been pushed back by one week. The 35th World Championships in

Swedish gymnastics to allow teenagers to decide which gender category to compete in

Young Swedish gymnasts will be allowed to compete in whatever class they choose, following a decision by the Swedish Gymnastics Federation. The decision was made following a “deep-dive into the issue around gender identity and gender expression from an LGBTQI, and particularly trans-inclusive, perspective”, the federation said. This ruling means that a

Kitakyushu, Japan to host 2021 gymnastics world championships

Kitakyushu General Gymnasium

The 2021 artistic and rhythmic gymnastics world championships will be hosted in Kitakyushu, Japan, the Federation Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) announced. It will be the first time in FIG history that a city has hosted both the artistic and rhythmic gymnastics world championships in the same year. The Artistic Gymnastics World Championships

Team Solidarity win four-way international gymnastics event

Nikita Nagornyy and Kohei Uchimura

Team Solidarity was named the winners of Friendship and Solidarity competition at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo. The mixed-team event featured gymnasts from Japan, Russia, China and the United States. Team Solidarity triumphed after scoring 423,600 points, with Team Friendship finishing on 421,300. The winning team included the two-time Olympic all-around champion

Tokyo to host international gymnastics event in November

Kohei Uchimura

Tokyo will host an international gymnastics competition in November, the Japan Gymnastics Association (JGA) has announced. The one-day event, which could serve as a trial run for the postponed Olympic Games, has been sanctioned by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG). “This is a competition of hope. Friendship and solidarity will lead us