The main competitions of the season have ended in Helsinki


IFAGG World Championships and IFAGG Junior World Championships were held in Helsinki (Finland) from November 18 to 21, 2021.

The team from Finland "Minetit" became the world Champion 2021! The silver medalist was the team from Russia - "Madonna". One more Russian team "Expressia" won bronze.

The groups "Madonna", "Expression", "Nebesa" as part of the national team of the Russian Federation won gold medals in Country ranking (seniors). The second place went to Finland national team ("Minetit", "OVO Team", "Gloria"). The third place and bronze medals went to Bulgaria national team ("National Team", "Impala Team", "Etar Elit").

The team "Victory" once again won the IFAGG Junior World Championships and received gold medals. The Finnish junior teams "Minetit Junior" and "OVO Junior Team" took the second and third places accordingly.

In Country ranking in juniors category the places were distributed as follows. First place and gold medals - Finland national team ("Minetit Junior", "OVO Junior Team", "Sanix Valens Junior"), second place - Russian national team ("Victoria", "Madonna Junior", "Oscar"), third place - National team of Estonia ("Siidisabad", "Violett", "Piruett Junior Team").

Congratulations to all teams with high awards and thanks to all the participants of the competition!

Detailed results of the competitions are published on our website in the "Results" section.

EUSA student competitions in AGG. Only EUSA flag can be raised and EUSA anthem (Gaudeamus Igitur) can be played during the awards ceremony. Athletes are not allowed to bring any national, political, cultural or religious symbols or slogans to the podium.
The first AGG World Championship was held in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000. The first World Champion became the team "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland).
Team "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland) - The first World Champion in AGG in 2000.


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