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2021 in artistic gymnastics

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Below is a list of notable men's and women's artistic gymnastics international events scheduled to be held in 2021, as well as the medalists.

Calendar of events

Date Location Event Men's winners Women's winners
April 21–25 Switzerland Basel European Championships AA: Russia Nikita Nagornyy
FX: Russia Nikita Nagornyy
PH: Armenia Artur Davtyan
SR: Greece Eleftherios Petrounias
VT: Ukraine Igor Radivilov
PB: Turkey Ferhat Arıcan
HB: Russia David Belyavskiy
AA: Russia Viktoria Listunova
VT: Switzerland Giulia Steingruber
UB: Russia Angelina Melnikova
BB: France Mélanie de Jesus dos Santos
FX: United Kingdom Jessica Gadirova
May 21 Australia Gold Coast[1] Oceania Championships AA: New Zealand Mikhail Koudinov AA: Australia Emily Whitehead
May 22–27 Egypt Cairo African Championships AA: Egypt Omar Mohamed AA: Egypt Zeina Ibrahim
May 27–30 Bulgaria Varna FIG World Challenge Cup FX: Croatia Aurel Benović
PH: Ukraine Illia Kovtun
SR: Austria Vinzenz Höck
VT: Ukraine Nazar Chepurnyi
PB: Ukraine Illia Kovtun
HB: Croatia Tin Srbić
VT: France Coline Devillard
UB: Russia Uliana Perebinosova
BB: Ukraine Anastasia Bachynska
FX: Uzbekistan Dildora Aripova & Hungary Hanna Szujo
June 3–6 Egypt Cairo FIG World Challenge Cup FX: Ukraine Illia Kovtun
PH: Ukraine Illia Kovtun
SR: Egypt Ali Zahran
VT: Ukraine Nazar Chepurnyi
PB: Lithuania Robert Tvorogal
HB: Ukraine Illia Kovtun
VT: Egypt Nancy Taman
UB: Ukraine Diana Varinska
BB: Romania Larisa Iordache
FX: Hungary Zója Székely
June 4–6 Brazil Rio de Janeiro Pan American Championships TF:  Brazil
AA: Brazil Caio Souza
FX: Ecuador Israel Chiriboga
PH: Argentina Santiago Mayol
SR: Brazil Caio Souza
VT: Brazil Caio Souza
PB: Brazil Caio Souza
HB: Colombia Javier Sandoval
TF:  Brazil
AA: Brazil Rebeca Andrade
VT: Argentina Martina Dominici
UB: Brazil Lorrane Oliveira
BB: Costa Rica Luciana Alvarado
FX: Brazil Ana Luiza Lima
June 10–13 Croatia Osijek FIG World Challenge Cup FX: Kazakhstan Milad Karimi
PH: Albania Matvei Petrov
SR: Italy Salvatore Maresca
VT: Ukraine Igor Radivilov
PB: Turkey Ferhat Arıcan
HB: Croatia Tin Srbić
VT: Hungary Csenge Bácskay
UB: Belgium Nina Derwael
BB: Belgium Nina Derwael
FX: Croatia Ana Đerek
June 18–20 Mexico Guadalajara Junior Pan American Championships
March 10–13
June 23–26[2]
Qatar Doha FIG World Cup
July 23–August 8[3][4][5][6][7] Japan Tokyo Olympic Games
September 2–5 Slovenia Koper FIG World Challenge Cup
September 9–12 Turkey Mersin FIG World Challenge Cup
September 10–19 Turkey Konya Islamic Solidarity Games
October 18–24 Japan Kitakyushu World Championships
November Argentina San Juan South American Championships
November 20–28 China Shantou Asian Youth Games
November 21–December 2 Vietnam Hanoi Southeast Asian Games
November 25–December 5 Colombia Cali Junior Pan American Games

Canceled events

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several events were canceled.

Scheduled Date Location Event Ref
February 25–28 Germany Cottbus FIG World Cup [8]
March 4–7 Azerbaijan Baku FIG World Cup [9]
March 20–21 Germany Stuttgart FIG All-Around World Cup [10]
March 27 United Kingdom Birmingham FIG All-Around World Cup [11]
May 4 Japan Tokyo FIG All-Around World Cup [12]
May 29–June 1 China Hangzhou Asian Championships [13]



International events

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Olympics Team
Uneven Bars
Balance Beam
Floor Exercise
World Championships Team
Uneven Bars
Balance Beam
Floor Exercise

Regional championships

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
African All-Around Egypt Zeina Ibrahim Egypt Farah Hussein South Africa Naveen Daries
European All-Around Russia Viktoria Listunova Russia Angelina Melnikova United Kingdom Jessica Gadirova
Vault Switzerland Giulia Steingruber United Kingdom Jessica Gadirova Russia Angelina Melnikova
Uneven Bars Russia Angelina Melnikova Russia Vladislava Urazova United Kingdom Amelie Morgan
Balance Beam France Mélanie de Jesus dos Santos Netherlands Sanne Wevers Ukraine Anastasia Bachynska
Floor Exercise United Kingdom Jessica Gadirova Russia Angelina Melnikova Italy Vanessa Ferrari
Oceania All-Around Australia Emily Whitehead Australia Georgia-Rose Brown Australia Brianna Scott
Pan American Team  Brazil  Mexico  Argentina
All-Around Brazil Rebeca Andrade Argentina Martina Dominici Costa Rica Luciana Alvarado
Vault Argentina Martina Dominici Mexico Natalia Escalera Panama Hillary Heron
Uneven Bars Brazil Lorrane Oliveira Brazil Christal Bezerra Argentina Martina Dominici
Balance Beam Costa Rica Luciana Alvarado Mexico Paulina Campos Brazil Júlia Soares
Floor Exercise Brazil Ana Luiza Lima Argentina Martina Dominici Brazil Christal Bezerra

World Cup series


International events

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Olympics Team
Floor Exercise
Pommel Horse
Parallel Bars
Horizontal Bar
World Championships Team
Floor Exercise
Pommel Horse
Parallel Bars
Horizontal Bar

Regional championships

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
African All-Around Egypt Omar Mohamed Egypt Ziad Khater Nigeria Uche Eke
European All-Around Russia Nikita Nagornyy Russia David Belyavskiy Ukraine Illia Kovtun
Floor Exercise Russia Nikita Nagornyy Switzerland Benjamin Gischard Italy Nicola Bartolini
Pommel Horse Armenia Artur Davtyan Russia Nikita Nagornyy United Kingdom Joe Fraser
Rings Greece Eleftherios Petrounias Russia Nikita Nagornyy Italy Salvatore Maresca
Vault Ukraine Igor Radivilov Israel Andrey Medvedev United Kingdom Giarnni Regini-Moran
Parallel Bars Turkey Ferhat Arıcan Russia David Belyavskiy Switzerland Christian Baumann
Germany Lukas Dauser
Horizontal Bar Russia David Belyavskiy Germany Andreas Toba Turkey Adem Asil
Oceania All-Around New Zealand Mikhail Koudinov Australia Mitchell Morgans Australia Jesse Moore
Pan American Team  Brazil  United States  Colombia
All-Around Brazil Caio Souza United States Paul Juda Brazil Diogo Soares
Floor Exercise Ecuador Israel Chiriboga Brazil Tomás Florêncio Argentina Julian Jato
Pommel Horse Argentina Santiago Mayol Colombia Javier Sandoval Brazil Francisco Barretto
Rings Brazil Caio Souza Argentina Federico Molinari Colombia Kristopher Bohórquez
Vault Brazil Caio Souza Mexico Fabián de Luna Argentina Daniel Villafañe
Parallel Bars Brazil Caio Souza Colombia Javier Sandoval Brazil Diogo Soares
Horizontal Bar Colombia Javier Sandoval Colombia José Manuel Martínez Argentina Santiago Mayol

World Cup series


  1. ^ "GA Statement: 2021 Australian Gymnastics Championships". Gymnastics Australia. March 10, 2021.
  2. ^ @gymnastics (June 3, 2021). "#ArtisticGymnastics: The FIG can now confirm that the Apparatus World Cup in Doha will take place from 23 to 26 June" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  3. ^ "IOC member says that 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be postponed due to coronavirus pandemic". USA Today. March 23, 2020.
  4. ^ "2020 Tokyo Olympics Will Be Postponed Due to Coronavirus, Says IOC's Dick Pound". Bleacher Report. March 23, 2020.
  5. ^ "Report: Tokyo 2020 Olympics postponed to 2021 due to coronavirus". CNET. March 23, 2020.
  7. ^ "IOC, IPC, Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee And Tokyo Metropolitan Government Announce New Dates For The Olympic And Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020". International Olympic Committee. March 30, 2020.
  8. ^ Pandemic – New postponements or cancellations of World Cups. Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique. January 11, 2021.
  9. ^ @FIG_media (January 25, 2021). "#ArtisticGymnastics - The Apparatus World Cup in Baku  (4-7 March 2021) is cancelled due to the health crisis" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  10. ^ "Turnen: EnBW DTB-Pokal 2021 abgesagt". EnBW DTB Pokal (in German). January 14, 2021.
  11. ^ "Gymnastics World Cup in Birmingham cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns". British Gymnastics. February 10, 2021.
  12. ^ "Artistic All-Around World Cup in Tokyo cancelled". International Gymnastics Federation. March 9, 2021.
  13. ^ "Gymnast Pranati Nayak to compete at Tokyo Olympics after winning Asian quota". ESPN. May 1, 2021.
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