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Gymnastics - 05 Nov 2015 - Media rights
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) have reached a 4 year agreement for exclusive worldwide media rights on all platforms (radio, television and digital) as well as a services partnership.
Gymnastics - 17 Apr 2013 - Sponsorship
The European Union of Gymnastics (UEG), the Governing body for European Gymnastics is proud to announce the signature of a global Partnership Agreement with Kapital Bank, the oldest bank in Azerbaijan.
Gymnastics - artistic - 11 Oct 2006
Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Bart Conner to Provide Live Commentary As Top International Gymnasts Compete in Prelude to Beijing 2008
Gymnastics - 24 May 2005
British Gymnastics is pleased to announce that on Tuesday, 24 May 2005 the official "go ahead" was given from the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) for the organisation of the traditional Glasgow Grand Prix & World Cup Tournament on October 25-26, 2005.
Gymnastics - artistic - 24 Aug 2004
Gymnastics medallists from the Olympic games will be arriving in Birmingham in December to compete in the 12th Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Final. The event, which is one of the highlights of the international gymnastics calendar, will be staged at the National Indoor Arena from the 11-12 December.
Gymnastics - 30 Jun 2004
Moutier, June 30, 2004: Olympic Solidarity (OS) has just published its annual report, an exhaustive document relating in figures the numerous successfully completed projects brought to fruition by the institution. OS closely collaborated with the National Olympic Committees (NOC) and the International Federations in the very particular context of a pre-Olympic year dominated by qualifying events for the Olympic Games.
Gymnastics - 30 May 2003
USA Gymnastics will unveil a new logo and branding statement in June to reflect the changing personality of the organization on the eve of what could be one of the most significant years in USA Gymnastics history.
Gymnastics - 27 Jun 2002
Moutier, March 26, 2002: The Court of Arbitration for Sports (TAS) in Lausanne (SUI) has again ruled in favour of the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) in a lawsuit filed against the FIG by a Rhythmic Gymnastics judge guilty of biased and prejudiced, unsportsmanlike behaviour as well as serious mistakes of judgement at the European Championships in Saragossa (ESP) in June, 2000.
Gymnastics - rhythmic - 22 Mar 2002
Six countries have already bid for organisation of the 2003 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships; the countries include Spain, France, Japan, Germany, Hungary and Russia.
Gymnastics - 22 Jan 2002
The Court of Arbitration for Sports (TAS) sided with the FIG (Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique) in a lawsuit taken out against the FIG by a Rhythmic Gymnastics judge guilty of scandalous, unsportsmanlike behaviour and serious mistakes at the European Championships in Saragossa (ESP) in June, 2000.
Gymnastics - 28 Jun 2001
June 15 – 17, 2001 at the Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships (Juniors and Seniors) in Geneva, during the competition, four Norwegian WADA delegates commissioned by the World Antidoping Agency (AMA-WADA) proceeded with antidoping controls concurrently with the official controls carried out by the Swiss Olympic Association, and under the supervision of the European Union and the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique.
Gymnastics - 05 Jun 2001
Moutier (SUI) and Indianapolis, Ind. (USA): The USA Gymnastics Federation (USA Gymnastics) announced today that the dates of the 36th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships 2003 have changed from a November schedule to an August timeframe.
Gymnastics - 29 May 2001
Moutier, 29/05/01 :The 2001 Rhythmic Gymnastics Individual World Championships, planned by the Austrian Gymnastics Federation (ÖFT) and awarded by the FIG will not be held 17th to 21st October in Vienna (AUT).
Gymnastics - 23 Feb 2001
The FIG Council will convene in the Olympic Capital of Lausanne (SUI) April 11 – 12. The 44 member Council was established at the Congress of Marrakech in November 2000 through the impetus given by FIG President and IOC member Bruno Grandi (ITA). The Council’s primary goal is to act as a flexible and efficient modern management tool. It will convene for the first time, taking decisions that will profoundly affect the Federation’s future.
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