Azerbaijan's Farid Gayibov has been elected President of the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) after he claimed a 28-20 victory over Slovenia's Edvard Kolar at the governing body's Congress in Split.
Gothenburg and Copenhagen awarded events as European Union of Gymnastics prepares to elect new President
Sweden and Denmark have been awarded major events by the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) during the last Executive Committee meeting under Georges Guelzec before he is due to step down as President.
This blog precedes by just a few days our statutory assembly in Split.
Azerbaijan's Farid Gayibov and Slovenia's Edvard Kolar have been named as the candidates in the running for the Presidency of the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG).
Japan’s Morinari Watanabe has began his tenure as the new President of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) today after replacing the outgoing Bruno Grandi.
Azerbaijani company SmartScoring will be tasked with providing the development and production of the electronic scoring and judging system at European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) events after the two parties signed a partnership deal in Baku.
Outgoing International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) President Bruno Grandi has targeted 2018 for his successor Morinari Watanabe to become a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), following the Japanese’s comprehensive election victory here today.
Japan’s Morinari Watanabe has been elected as the new President of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) after he beat rival candidate Georges Guelzec of France by a huge margin during the momentous vote on the second day of the governing body’s Congress here.
Member Federations of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) are set to debate a number of key issues when the governing body’s 81st Congress begins here tomorrow.
International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Presidential candidate Georges Guelzec has criticised rival Morinari Watanabe for producing what he claims is an impractical plan for the future of the world governing body as the duo prepare to battle it out during the election here on Wednesday (October 19).
Exclusive: No revolution at FIG when Grandi's successor as President is elected, claims secretary general
International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) secretary general André Gueisbuhler expects the new President of the worldwide governing body to build on the platform laid by the retiring Bruno Grandi rather than installing sweeping changes to the organisation.
So here’s the problem with gymnastics. Unlike athletics and swimming, the other big beasts of the Olympics, it requires judging; and getting judgements to match performances is the abiding challenge for a sport that has been part of the modern Games since the inaugural running at Athens in 1896.
Bruno Grandi chaired the Presidential Commission of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) here today as he prepares to bid farewell to an organisation he has led for two decades.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach will give a speech at the International Gymnastics Federation’s (FIG) key Congress here next week, it has been confirmed.
Jane Allen, the chief executive of British Gymnastics, has warned the next President of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has a "big job ahead of them" when they are elected next month.