Australia’s Georgia Godwin has climbed seven places from Qualifications to finish 13th All-Around in the Women’s Individual All-Around Final at the 47th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
The 47th edition of the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships continued at the Montreal Olympic Stadium today, with it this time being the Women’s turn to take to the competition arena.
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.
The month of May saw Aussies podium in canoe sprint, water polo, cycling and rugby sevens in Europe and America; while the Australian Diving and Gymnastics Championships ensured crowds were entertained closer to home.
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.
The best in the business lit up the floor at Hisense Arena tonight as Western Australia’s (WA) Emily Little and Queensland’s Michael Mercieca claimed the Senior All-Around Artistic Gymnastics Titles in front of a vocal crowd.
With the 2017 Australian Gymnastics Championships fast approaching, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics athlete Emily Little has her eyes on the National prize.
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.