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Junior World Gymnastics Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Junior World Gymnastics Championships refers to a number of different World Championships in four disciplines recognized by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) in competitive gymnastics: acrobatic gymnastics, men's and women's artistic gymnastics, and rhythmic gymnastics.[1]

History

Before merging with FIG in 1999, the International Federation of Sports Acrobatics (IFSA) organized and promoted World Junior Championships in acrobatic gymnastics from 1989 to 1999.[2] As of 2019, FIG has organized junior world championships in artistic and rhythmic gymnastics.[3]

Currently, FIG organizes periodical World Age Group competitions in aerobic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics and trampoline. The former governing body for trampoline, the International Trampoline Federation (FIT), incorporated into the FIG in 1998, also organized World Age Groups competitions from 1973 to 1996.[4] These competitions, however, are not considered world championships.

Acrobatic

Championships:[5]

1989 to 1999 : Junior

2001 to 2002 : World Age Group Games

2004 to 2006 : International Age Group Competition

2008 to Now: World Age Group Competition

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
Junior
1 1989 Katowice  Poland 21
2 1991 Beijing  China 21
3 1993 Moscow  Russia 21
4 1995 Riesa  Germany 22
5 1997 Honolulu  United States 22
6 1999 Nowa Ruda  Poland 16
Age Group
1 2001 Zielona Gora  Poland
2 2002 Riesa  Germany
3 2004 Liévin  France
4 2006 Coimbra  Portugal
5 2008 Glasgow  United Kingdom
6 2010 Wroclaw  Poland
7 2012 Orlando  United States
8 2014 Levallois-Perret  France
9 2016 Putian  China
10 2018 Antwerp  Belgium

Artistic

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 2019 Győr  Hungary 14

Rhythmic

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 2019 Moscow  Russia 8

Trampoline

Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships#Age_Group

FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Age Group Competitions was held in 24 Disciplines. categories and age :[6][7]

- Trampoline (Age Group 1 / Age Group 2 / Age Group 3 / Age Group 4)

- Tumbling (Age Group 1 / Age Group 2 / Age Group 3 / Age Group 4)

- Double-Mini (Age Group 1 / Age Group 2 / Age Group 3 / Age Group 4)

10 - 12 / 12 - 14 / 14 - 16 / 16 -18 / 18 - 20

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
Separate[disambiguation needed] Championships
1973 1 London  United Kingdom 34
1974 2 San Mateo[disambiguation needed]  United States 24
1975 3 Toronto  Canada 24
1976 4 Cedar Rapids  United States 24
1978 5 Honolulu  United States 24
1984 6 [[]] {{}} 24
1986 7 [[]] {{}} 24
1988 8 [[]] {{}} 24
Host by Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships Host
1990 9 Dillenburg  Germany 24
1992 10 Auckland  New Zealand 24
1994 11 Vila do Conde  Portugal 24
1996 12 Kamloops  Canada 24
Alongside Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships
1998 13 Sydney  Australia 24
1999 14 Sun City  South Africa 24
2001 15 Odense  Denmark 24
Edition Year Host city Host country Events
2003 16 Hannover  Germany 24
2005 17 Eindhoven  Netherlands 24
2007 18 Quebec City  Canada 24
2009 19 Saint Petersburg  Russia 24
2010 20 Metz  France 24
2011 21 Birmingham  United Kingdom 24
2013 22 Sofia  Bulgaria 24
2014 23 Daytona Beach  United States 24
2015 24 Odense  Denmark 24
2017 25 Sofia  Bulgaria 24
2018 26 Saint Petersburg  Russia 24
2019 27 Tokyo  Japan 24

Aerobic

FIG Aerobic Gymnastics World Age Group Competitions :[8][9]

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
2004 1 Sofia  Bulgaria
2006 2 Nanjing  China
2008 3 Ulm  Germany
2010 4 Rodez  France
2012 5 Sofia  Bulgaria
2014 6 Cancun  Mexico
2016 7 Incheon  South Korea
2018 8 Guimaraes  Portugal
2021 9 Baku  Azerbaijan

See also

References

This page was last edited on 2 June 2021, at 16:14
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