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The 47th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships kicked off in Montreal today, with Australia’s Men’s Artistic Gymnastics team being the first of the Aussies to take to the world’s ultimate gymnastics stage in Canada.
It was an outstanding finish for both the men’s and women’s artistic gymnasts at the Australian Gymnastics Championships yesterday afternoon at Hisense Arena.
The Emily Little show rolled on inside Hisense Arena last night as the diminutive West Australian continued to sweep the medals at the 2017 Australian Gymnastics Championships.
Gymnastics Australia had the opportunity to speak with an in-form Chris Remkes, as the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) athlete targets more success at the upcoming Australian Gymnastics Championships in Melbourne.
The inaugural circuit of the International Gymnastics Federation’s (FIG) Individual Apparatus World Cup Series wrapped up in Doha on the weekend, with Australians currently sitting atop the world rankings in six of the ten apparatus on offer.
The Australian’s men’s and women’s Artistic Gymnastics team have won three medals on the final leg of the inaugural 2016-17 circuit of the International Gymnastics Federation’s (FIG) Individual Apparatus World Cup, ending the series on a high in Doha, Qatar.
It’s been another weekend of World Cup triumph for Australia’s Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics teams, at the most recent stop on the International Gymnastics Federation’s Individual Apparatus World Cup Series circuit.
In yet another electrifying evening of world class gymnastics, athletes from eight countries went head to head at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena, on the final night of the inaugural World Cup Gymnastics event to be held in Australia.
There is never a more appropriate time for a world class event to land on Australian shores than at the start of a new Olympic cycle.