2016 Anadia World Challenge Cup Results

The 2016 Anadia World Challenge Cup took place in Anadia, Portugal from June 23rd-26th 2016. The results of the WAG competition are as follows: VAULT: Marcia Vidiaux (CUB) 14.925 Alexa Moreno (MEX) 14.812 Wu Jing (CHN) 14.712 Sofia Busato (ITA) 14.687 Emily Little (AUS) 14.600 Tjasa Kysselef (SLO) 14.187 Katarzyna Jurkowska (POL) 13.712 Argyro Afrati... Continue Reading →


2016 Anadia World Challenge Cup Preview

The 2016 Anadia World Challenge Cup will be help in Anadia, Portugal from the 23rd-26th June 2016 and will host both MAG and WAG gymnasts as they battle for individual event titles. The WAG roster is an interesting mix of veterans , namely former World All-Around Champion & two time Olympian, Vanessa Ferrarri of Italy,... Continue Reading →

2016 European Championships Results

The 2016 European Gymnastics Championships took place in Bern, Switzerland with the women's competition taking place from June 1st-5th 2016 in the Swiss city. It acted as an important warm up for the members of the UEG as we get closer and closer to the all important Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. In the... Continue Reading →

2016 Secret U.S. Classic Results & Recap

Americas best gymnasts descended upon Hartford, Connecticut over the weekend ( minus a few notable names, including Maggie Nichols who is still recovering from a meniscus tear). The Secret U.S. Classic which acts as a warm up for the P&G Championships and this year, the Olympic Trials was held in the XL Arena in Hartford... Continue Reading →

2016 Canadian Championships Results

The Canadian Championships took place from May 31st through June 5th 2016. These Championships saw WAG, MAG and Trampoline gymnasts compete. Gymnasts from varying levels, from JO level 9 right through to senior elite competed over the 5 days of competition in Edmonton, Canada. The following are the results of the senior and junior WAG... Continue Reading →

2016 European Championships Preview

The 31st European Gymnastics Championships will set the stage as an important precursor for many of the top gymnasts of the world as we edge ever closer to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The WAG competition will take place from June 1st-5th in the Post Finance Arena in Bern, Switzerland.  Both junior... Continue Reading →

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