INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AESTHETIC GROUP GYMNASTICS
       

Event

1st Balkan countries AGG B category competition & Open International CUP

 Event is completed
IFAGG ID
0036

Number in KSIS

Status:
Approved

Level:
B-category International tournament

Start date:
08.07.2022 (Friday)

End date:
10.07.2022 (Sunday)

City:

Country:

Categories (gender type), discipline:
01 | Seniors (women), free program
02 | Juniors (women), free program
03 | Children 12-14 years (women), free program
04 | Children 10-12 years (women), free program
05 | Children 8-10 years (women), free program

11 | Seniors (mixed teams), free program
12 | Juniors (mixed teams), free program
13 | Children 12-14 years (mixed teams), free program
14 | Children 10-12 years (mixed teams), free program
15 | Children 8-10 years (mixed teams), free program

21 | Seniors (women), short program
22 | Juniors (women), short program
23 | Children 12-14 years (women), short program
24 | Children 10-12 years (women), short program
25 | Children 8-10 years (women), short program

33 | Children 12-14 years (mixed teams), short program
34 | Children 10-12 years (mixed teams), short program
35 | Children 8-10 years (mixed teams), short program

Organizer:
IFAGG, Hellenic Federation of Aesthetic Group Gymnastics

Contact person phone:
+306940870520

LOC contact email:
agghellas@gmail.com


Nominative deadline:
30.05.2022

Definitive deadline:
08.06.2022

Judge application deadline:
08.06.2022

Documents:
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 "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland) - The first World Champion in AGG in 2000.

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