Gymnastics Australia appoints first female President

By Zjan Shirinian

Gymnastics Australia has appointed Jacqui Briggs-Weatherill its first female President ©LinkedinGymnastics Australia has appointed the first female President in its 65-year history.

FIG launches digital World of Gymnastics magazine

By Emily Goddard

The FIG's World of Gymnastics magazine has gone digital ©FIGThe International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has today launched a digital version of its World of Gymnastics magazine that can be accessed on any device.

Malaysia to send gymnasts overseas for training ahead of Glasgow 2014 and Incheon 2014

By Emily Goddard

Tracie Ang will be training in Manchester ahead of next month's Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) has announced it will be sending 10 of its gymnasts overseas for training to prepare for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Incheon 2014 Asian Games.

Olympic champion gymnast Douglas leads world record-breaking simultaneous cartwheel

By Emily Goddard

Gabby Douglas has led a world recording breaking simultaneous cartwheel performance on Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente Bridge ©Getty ImagesGabby Douglas, the United States artistic gymnast who won two gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics, has led a world record-breaking simultaneous cartwheel performance on Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente Bridge.

Smith gets England yes for Glasgow 2014 after Britain's no for last month's Europeans

By Mike Rowbottom

Louis Smith, seen showing off his London 2012 silver in the Pommel Horse, will make his international return at the Glasgow 2014 Games after takiing a year off ©AFP/Getty ImagesTriple Olympic medallist Louis Smith, who failed to get a place in Britain's team for the European Championships last month, has been named in the England team for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, which start next month.

Russia's Ablyazin most successful athlete of European Artistic Gymnastics Championships

By Emily Goddard

Denis Ablyazin is the most decorated athlete of the 2014 Men's European Artistic Gymnastics Championships ©AFP/Getty ImagesRussia's Denis Ablyazin has concluded the 2014 Men's European Artistic Gymnastics Championships as the competition's most successful athlete with four gold medals.

Greek Olympic medal winning gymnast Pollatou killed in car crash

By Emily Goddard

Greek Olympic medal winning gymnast Anna Pollatou has been killed in car crash ©FIGAnna Pollatou, the Greek rhythmic gymnast that secured a bronze medal at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, has been killed in a car crash.

Doha awarded 2018 World Gymnastics Championships

By Duncan Mackay at the Hotel Intercontinental in Doha

Doha has been awarded the 2018 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships ©Getty ImagesDoha was today awarded the 48th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships, the latest major event to be given to Qatar.

$300,000 fund devoted to support university level Gymnastics in United States

By Paul Osborne

The National Gymnastics Foundation has devoted $300,000 to collegiate gymnastics across America ©University of Georgia/Collegiate Images/Getty ImagesThe National Gymnastics Foundation in America has allocated up to $300,000 (£177,000/€215,000) over a three-year period to help strengthen men's and women's collegiate gymnastics at the university level.
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