EUSA Patronage student competition (EUSA open) regulations
European University Sport Association (EUSA) Patronage student competition in AGG
Student category: gymnasts 17 year and over (max. age 25)
Gymnasts born 2001 or earlier
Exception for age limits: Maximum two (2) members of group may be one (1) year younger than the given minimum age.
IFAGG EUSA Patronage student competition is open to university student teams world-wide (not only for Europeans).
Competitors / Competing teams (according to EUSA)
Students registered and pursuing a course of study at a university or similar institute whose status as an institution of higher education is recognized by the appropriate national authority of their country.
Former students (of institutions mentioned above) who obtained academic degree / diploma during the academic year preceding the event.
Members of each university form a delegation. The integration of several universities in same city is permitted within the institutional designation of the given NUSA (national university sport association) and a team officially represents only one university.
Participating universities shall use their own name in English only.
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.
A competitive group consists of 6 to 10 gymnasts. Teamwork and unity are essential. Choreography using expressive interpretation of music through movements creates a story.
The first AGG World Championship was held in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000. The first World Champion became the team "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland).
Team "Olarin Voimistelijat/Dynamot/Deltat" (Finland) - The World Champion in AGG in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009.