The Weekly Roundoff

A roundup of this weeks gymnastics news (23-29 April 2017)! 1. Thema Williams lawsuit to go ahead: https://twitter.com/GymCastic/status/857032488962723841 Trinidad & Tobago gymnast Thema Williams' lawsuit will go ahead. The lawsuit, which is filed by Thema against the Trinidad & Tobago Gymnastics Federation is seeking damages of $11.38 million for 'harsh and oppressive' treatment by the... Continue Reading →

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2017 European Championships Results

The 2017 European Championships took place in Cluj-Napoca, Romania from 19th-23rd April 2017. The following are the results of WAG qualifications and finals: WAG Qualification AA: Ellie Downie (GBR) 56.198 Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) 54.882 Tabea Alt (GER) 54.866 Elena Eremina (RUS) 54.698 Eythora Thorsdottir (NED) 54.598 Kim Bui (GER) 53.632 Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos... Continue Reading →

2017 European Championships Preview

The 2017 European Championships will take place in Cluj-Napoca, Romania between April 19th and April 23rd 2017. The event comes at the beginning of the new quadrennium and marks the first time the European Championships has been held in Romania in 60 years. The European Championships are open to all countries who are a member... Continue Reading →

2017 All-Japan Championships Results

The 2017 All-Japan Championships took place in Tokyo, Japan from April 7 through April 9 2017. Both men and women competed and the following are the results of the senior womens competition. Senior AA: Mai Murakami 56.450 Aiko Sugihara 54.450 Nagi Kajita 53.800 Shiho Nakaji 53.650 Asuka Teramoto 53.500 Sae Miyakawa 53.000 Natsumi Sasada 53.000... Continue Reading →

2017 English Championships Results

The 2017 English Championships were held in Loughborough, England from April 7th through 9th 2017. The following are the results of the WAG portion of the competition for both junior and senior women: Senior AA: Junior AA:

2017 Russian Junior Championships Results

The 2017 Russian Junior Championships took place in Penza, Russia from April 5th through April 8th 2017. The AA results are based on two days of competition. The junior levels in Russian gymnastics are split into two different sections; Master of Sport (MS) and Candidate for Master of Sport (KMS). The more experienced and usually... Continue Reading →

2017 London World Cup Results

The 2017 London World Cup took place in the O2 Arena in London, England on the 8th April 2017. The event was promoted very well an drew in a spectacular crowd to the arena that hosted gymnastics at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The event was also streamed live on NBCSports.com and Sky Sports... Continue Reading →

2017 London World Cup Preview

The 2017 London World Cup, also known as the 2017 iProSport World Cup of Gymnastics will be held in the O2 Arena in London, England on the 8th April 2017. The event is a part of the FIG All-Around World Cup series and will feature both WAG and MAG gymnasts. 9 WAG gymnasts and 9... Continue Reading →

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