New rules webinars


Dear participants,

Next year 2023 is the 20th anniversary for IFAGG and it will bring us also new rules for junior and women long program. IFAGG will provide two webinars in June to introduce to main changes in the rules. These seminars are for judges, coaches, choreographers and for junior and women gymnasts. The webinars are free of charge for IFAGG members*.

New rules webinars:

- Thu 16.6.2022 at 5 pm, Helsinki time (EEST)
- Fri 17.6.2022 at 12 pm, Helsinki time (EEST)

Please make your registrations here at the latest 14.6.2022. The link for the seminar will be sent to given emails 15.6.2022.

The topics of both seminars are the same. Please register only for one by choosing the time zone that is convenient for you.

See you in webinars!

* The cost of participation for non-IFAGG members is 50 EUR.
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