INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AESTHETIC GROUP GYMNASTICS
Competition category description
1 | Seniors (women), free program
IFAGG category ID
Exception for age limits
Maximum two (2) members of the group may be one (1) year younger than the given minimum age.
Group consists of 6-15 nominated gymnasts during the season. Reserve gymnasts belong to the group. For every specific competition the group can use 6-10 gymnasts on the competition carpet from 15 nominated gymnasts. Nomination to each competition (preliminaries and/or finals) must be done among nominated gymnasts. If you nominate 15 gymnasts for the first competition — you have used all your nominations for season. If you nominate less than 15 gymnasts for the first competition you may complete your group until 15 gymnasts (names).
The IFAGG is a non-profit international federation, and it has been properly and legally registered as such. Its mission and purpose are strictly to advance the sport of aesthetic group gymnastics. IFAGG is the supreme authority on all matters relating to International Aesthetic Group Gymnastics.
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.