Deepak Kabra and Akshata Shete from India are members of Asian Gymnastics Union (AGU) Technical Committee and will go to the Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships 2019 for the first time in their new role and act as Superior Jury members for the Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics competitions respectively. Leading International level Judge, Deepak Kabra who is FIG Category 2 judge, in both Men's and Women's Artistic Gymnastics has been named as member to the Men’s Artistic Technical Committee for 2019-2022 by the Asian Gymnastics Union. Akshata Shete, who has been an International level rhythmic gymnast and one of the most decorated Indian rhythmic gymnasts, is FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics Category 2 Judge and has also been named as a member of the Rhythmic Gymnasti
The 11th Senior and 17th Junior Asian Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, which will have team and individual competitions, will be held in Pattaya (Thailand) from 20th to 23rd June 2019. The gymnasts representing India in the senior age group are Meghana Gundlapally, Aditee Dandekar, Krisha Chheda, Shriya Kulkarni. The team coach accompanying the gymnasts is Magda Pigano. Also accompanying the gymnasts and the coaches is international judges Kshipra Joshi and Sadichchha Kulkarni. The junior players representing team India are Sanyukta Kale, Asmi Badade, Shreya Bhangale and Nishka Kale. The team coaches accompanying the junior gymnasts are Mansi Surve and Sadichchha Kulkarni. Also accompanying the gymnasts and the coaches is international judge Pooja Surve. Senior Team Gymna...
8th Senior Artistic Asian Championships is scheduled from 19th to 23rd June 2019 at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. A total of 19 countries are scheduled to take part including 15 nations with full team. A team consist of 4 gymnasts will compete on each apparatus and 3 highest scores will be counted towards Team total. For MAG, the competition consists of optional exercises on six apparatus while for women it will be four apparatuses. To qualify for vault finals, two vaults are necessary with the qualifying score will be based on average of the two. However, only the first vault will count for the Team and All-Around ranking. The total scores of the gymnasts, who perform on all the apparatus in competition I will determine the All-Around rankings, with maximum two gymnasts per federa
Gujarat Gymnastics Association is organizing the 29th Sub Junior Artistic Gymnastics National Championship under the aegis of Gymnastics Federation of India From 28th to 30th June 2019 at Shree C. A. Patel Learning Institute, Mota Fofalia, Gujarat. The Nationals will consist of a total 14 Medal Events each in Sub Junior. There will be Team, All Around, 6 Individual apparatus for Boys and 4 Individual apparatus for Girls. For MAG - Gymnasts born in 2004 and for WAG – Gymnasts born in 2006 can participate in these Nationals only if they did not participate in the Junior Nationals held at Pune in May 2019. In MAG - Gymnasts born in 2008 or after and in WAG – Gymnasts born in 2010 or after are not entitled to participate in these National Championships. The competition shall be
The Maharashtra Amateur Gymnastics Association is organizing the 9th Trampoline & Tumbling Gymnastics National Championship from 25-26 May, 2019 at Shravan Sports Academy, Dombivli East, Maharashtra under the aegis of Gymnastics Federation of India. The Trampoline Nationals will consist of the Individual and Team events for Senior, Junior and Sub Juniors. The Tumbling will consist of Individual and Team for Senior and Junior. The competition shall be conducted as per the Rules in the latest FIG Code of Points as amended for Senior and modified rules of GFI for Sub Junior and Junior National Competition. Use of device for scoring for Time of Flight is planned for the first time in India at this competition. The performance and results of these Championships shall be the b
The 17th Junior and 11th Senior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships 2019 shall be held at Pattaya, Thailand during 20-23 June 2019. A Selection Trials is scheduled for selection of gymnasts for these Asian Championships hosted by Gymnastics Association of Karnataka under the aegis of Gymnastics Federation of India. Selection trials for Senior & Junior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships 2019 is on 18th & 19th May 2019 at Gopalan Sports Academy, Behind SAP Labs, Seetharam Palya, Basavanagar, Hoodi, Bengaluru - 560048. In case of any queries, please write an email to GFI on firstname.lastname@example.org Original post from GFI
Maharashtra Amateur Gymnastics Association is organizing the RYP 57th Senior & 55th Junior Artistic Gymnastics National Championship under the aegis of Gymnastics Federation of India. This national will be held at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Balewadi, Pune from 3rd to 5th May, 2019. Dr Ramesh Y. Prabhoo (Ex-Mayor of Mumbai and Ex-MLA, Maharashtra ) was a sports enthusiast. This national championship is supported by his legacy and dedicated to his love for sports. The Nationals will consist of a total 14 Medal Events each in Senior and Junior. There will be Team, All Around, 6 Individual Apparatus for Men and 4 Individual apparatus for Women. Via - Gymnastics Federation of India and Maharashtra Amateur Gymnastics Association
The Federation of International Gymnastics (FIG) held the Level 1 Artistic Gymnastics Coaching Course for the very first time in India from 17th to 24th February 2019. Hosted by the Gymnastics Federation of India, the course was held at the Shree CA Patel Learning Institute in Mota Fofalia, Gujarat. The FIG Academy is a flagship coaching program initiative by the FIG to aid coaches around the world with techniques and a more scientific understanding of the sport. It is conducted under the aegis and supervision of the FIG itself. Since it was held in India, it gave numerous coaches and former gymnasts an opportunity to attend the course and real it's benefits. Over 50 coaches across the country in Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics attended the course. The course is taught
Gymnastics is beginning to make its mark within the country. This includes not only gymnasts bringing home countless medals but also their support staff, which includes judges and coaches. Within the Asian continent, a number of Indian officials have made their mark by getting selected as Technical members of the Asian Gymnastics Union. The recent meeting by the AGU was held in Doha where five Indians became committee members across various gymnastics disciplines. The Secretary of Maharashtra Amateur Gymnastics Association, Dr Makarand Joshi who has served as manager for the Indian team at the Commonwealth Games last year, was named as a Technical Committee Member for Aerobic Gymnastics. Similarly, Sumith M Rajeshwari named the Acrobatic Gymnastics Technical Committe...