Information & reports

Educational Camps for Gymnasts and Coaches
Men's Artistic Gymnastics - Juniors
Tirrenia (ITA) 2015
 
 
 
• 13 participating countries;
 
• 25 coaches;
 
• 25 gymnasts (aged 12 - 16 years old, born between 1999 and 2003);
 
• From 28.06 to 08.07.2015
 
 

For the full report of the MTC, click below:

Report Tirrenia MAG 2015

 


2nd UEG MAG Judges' Colloquium
Frankfurt/GER- 6-7/12/2014
 
 
The Judges Colloquium was organised in Frankfurt /Germany.
 
 
The main topic and target was the CoP 2017-2020. This was the first step; the next step is to involve much more judges through the judges that participated now. The next step will be at next year’s seminar. Conclusions and propositions to be sent to the FIG before the next joint meeting in September.
 
We had a very successful number of participants with 33 judges from 29 NF.
 
We had with us the MTC/FIG President Steve Butcher and also representatives from the Innosport Lab company that presented the smart ring programme and future development in gymnastics.
All participating judges were very involved in all parts of the Colloquium and it was very successful; a big step for our work and proposals for the future CoP for MTC/FIG.
 
I address my sincere thanks to the FIG for the support of this Colloquium and to the UEG for their big help and support. I also thank the German federation for helping us with the organisation and my colleges in the MTC who have done a great work for this project.
 
 
Jacky Wischnia, MTC President 
 
 
 

Educational Camps for Gymnasts and Coaches
Men's Artistic Gymnastics - Juniors
Tirrenia/ITA 2014
 
 
• 16 participating countries;
 
• 26 coaches;
 
• 30 gymnasts (13 - 16 years old, born between 1998 and 2001);
 
• Period – 01.07 to 11.07.2014;
 
 

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Report of the MTC for

the 31st European Men's Artistic Gymnastic Championships

May, 18 to 25, 2014, Sofia/BUL

 

 

Dear Judges, Colleagues, NF

 

It is a great pleasure for me to publish these information on the UEG website, all the reports of the D1 judges’ from the last European championships in Sofia.

You will find the information that have been given at the Judges Instruction & Meetings.

We believe that this material can be very helpful for Judges and coaches for a good cooperation with the NF.

 

Jacky Wischnia, President MTC

 
 

Find the full report of the MTC by clicking below:

Report Sofia MAG 2014 D1 judges report ECh MAG Sofia 2014
 

Men's Artistic Gymnastics Educational Camp for Gymnasts and Coaches in Tirrenia/ITA 2013
 
 
• 15 participating countries;
 
• 23 coaches;
 
• 32 gymnasts;
 
• Period – 01.07 to 11.07.2013;
 
• For the first time in the camp's history, Romania participate with one gymnast and coach and a female coach participate for the Italian boys.
 

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Report of the MTC for

the 5th European Artistic Gymnastic Championships

April, 17 to 21, 2013, Moscow/RUS

 

 

Find the full report of the MTC by clicking below:

Report Moscow MAG 2013 D1 judges report ECh Moscow MAG 2013

 


Men's Artistic Gymnastics Educational Camp for Gymnasts and Coaches in Tirrenia/ITA: first assessment
 
• 15 participating countries;
 
• 25 coaches;
 
• 27 gymnasts;
 
• Period – 25.06 to 05.07.2012;
 
• The European all around junior champion Frank Baines (ECh in Montpellier 2012) and his coach took part in this training camp;
 
• Other gymnasts who were present during the championships in Montpelier participated in this training camp - Paul Degouy (FRA), Landini Filippo (ITA): proof of the big interest for this event.
 
 

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Report of the MTC for

the 30th European Men's Artistic Gymnastics Championships

May, 21 to 27, 2012 - Montpellier/FRA

 

General considerations

Shortly before the most important appointment in every gymnast’s career - the Olympic Games - which implicate at the same time big expectations for each federation, this 30th edition of European Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Championships juniors and seniors was certainly a very indicative showcase and in some ways, the last chance to see the work realised by the gymnasts.
From May 23rd to 27th, 2012 intense days were lived in the arena of Montpellier (FRA). 
This edition has once more showed the complexity of a discipline that is more and more related to the capacity to adapt to the specific characteristics of the athletes’ preparation, as well as the need of a demanding code with regard to the execution.
All this, in a time where the continuously growing necessity of a financial commitment of the national federations suffers, more or less directly, from the global crisis of the world economy.
To mentally set aside all these difficulties and to concentrate only on the competition has not been easy. In a sport like ours, which places considerable importance to the determination, we can predict that the European gymnasts will be the top shining stars at the next Olympic Games in London. 
 
 

For the full technical reports of the MTC, click below:

 
General report

D1 Report

ECh Montpellier 2012

Ech 2012 Montpellier FRA

New elements and evaluation 02