Results via International Gymnast. There were 51 competitors in the WAG competition and 50 in the Men’s – huge! Videos of many of the WAG routines can be found here and here. Image via Getty Images.
There were a lot of senior competitors at the MAG English Championships, it seems much so that seniors were divided into A & B groups, with the new
With the American Cup taking place today, let's not forget about the important British Championships, the first time we will have seen Hannah Whelan since the London 2012
WOGA's Katelyn Ohashi debuted as a senior today and took the American Cup title along with London 201 Olympian Jake Dalton. Once again USA continues to please fans
Last weekend saw the WAG Northern Irish Championships take place. The FIG standard competition was small, with some gymnasts who were expected to compete withdrawing. Reports from the event
The Welsh MAG and WAG Championships took place last weekend in the Sports Wales National Centre. There seemed to be 2 types of competition "Welsh Closed" and "Welsh
The competition concluded yesterday at the WOGA Classic. Results are below and videos can be found on Gymnastike. Senior Elite AA Junior Elite AA Elite Team (open
Ellis Black shone at this weekends Elite Canada competition, winning the All Around competition as well as three out of four event finals. Vault 1. Ellie Black & Briannah Tsang
Apologies for the delay in posting results, a weekend of coaching consumed my time. Below are the Women's results (via The Couch Gymnast) AA 1. Tyesha Mattis GBR 54.832 2. Teal Grindle
The competition kicked off with the Team Competitions. In the Women's competition the Chinese team of LUO Huan, CHEN Siyi, MEI Jie, LIU Zhilin took gold ahead of
Women 1. Elizabeth Price (USA) 59.165 2. Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 54.799 3. Kim Bui (GER) 54.732 4. Vanessa Ferarri (ITA) 54.432 5. Rebecca Tunney (GBR) 54.431 6. Niamh Rippin (GBR) 53.099 7. Wakana Inoue (JPN)
JAPAN 181.629 RUSSIA 176.295 GREAT BRITAIN 175.930 BRAZIL
1. Nguyen, Marcel (GER) – 90,232 2. Purvis, Daniel (GBR) – 89,397 3. Belyavskiy, David (RUS) – 89,298 4. Tanaka, Kazuhito (JPN) – 89,097 5. Leyva, Danell (USA) – 88,364 6. Gonzalez, Fabian
The Women's All around competition finished this afternoon. Results are as follows: 1. Price, Elizabeth (United States) - 58,098 2. Seitz Elisabeth (GER) - 55,566 3. Sani, Giulia (SUI) - 55,565 4.
The Women's Team qualification is now complete at the Stuttgart World Cup. The results are as follows: Germany 1 Russia Japan Germany 2 Austria Switzerland Mixed 47.500 The top four teams will proceed through to Sunday's