Decisions of the Executive Committee of European Gymnastics

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Decisions of the Executive Committee of European Gymnastics

July 4, 2017

On 30 June and 1 July, in the headquarters in Lausanne, the Executive Committee of the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) held its second meeting of the year 2017

On 30 June and 1 July, in the headquarters in Lausanne, the Executive Committee of the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) held its second meeting of the year 2017, under the direction of its President Georges Guelzec (FRA). The debates have resulted in the following official decisions and information:

·       Conclusions of the Work Group ‘Strategy’ will be presented to the Executive Committee in September before being prepared to show at the UEG Congress in December 2017, in Split (CRO).

·       The new contract with the supplier’s pool for the period 2018 – 2022 has been agreed and will include aerobics and acrobatics. There is an option to include TeamGym in the future.

·        The 2019 European Championships in Acrobatic Gymnastics have been awarded to the city of Holon in Israel. They are scheduled from 21 to 27 October.

·        The 29th UEG Congress, planned for 29 to 30 November 2019, will be held in Sofia (BUL).

·       In 2020, the Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships will take place in Kiev (UKR) from 22 to 24 May.

·       The Executive Committee members voted in favour of participation at the 2019 European Games in Minsk, with the same disciplines as during the first edition in Baku in 2015: men’s artistic gymnastics, women’s artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, trampoline and aerobics.

·       A European Age Group competition in Trampoline, Tumbling and Mini-Trampoline will be organised in 2020. The call for hosts is open.

·       The meeting of the Technical Presidents planned for 9 September 2017 has been postponed until after the upcoming elections.

The next meeting of the UEG’s Executive Committee will take place on 8 and 9 September 2017 at the Union’s headquarters in Lausanne.