FIG Age Group Aerobics and Acrobatics

November 21-23: 1st meeting of the working group to develop an age group programme for Aerobic Gymnastics

November 25-27: 1st meeting of the working group to develop an age group programme for Acrobatic Gymnastics

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – DECEMBER 06: The FIG-Gymnastics new building inauguration on December 6, 2016 in Lausanne, Switzerland. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/The Image Gate for FIG-Gymnastics)

Three working groups for different Gymnastics disciplines met one-after-the-other at the magnificent new FIG headquarters to prepare the FIG Age Group Development and Competition Programmes.

The development and worldwide introduction and dissemination of those programmes for the Olympic disciplines has been partially funded by the IOC. Earlier this year, President Watanabe approved funding for similar programmes to be prepared and introduced for the two non-Olympic disciplines.

All three working groups met under the leadership of Hardy Fink, the Director of FIG Education & Academy Programmes. …

… Acrobatic Gymnastics and Aerobic Gymnastics programmes are now ready to be introduced in early 2018 in three planned training seminars and camps in three geographic regions of the world …

This completion of the Age Group Development and Competition Programmes for all six disciplines has been a huge step for the FIG coach education programmes. …

Working Group meetings for Aerobic, Acrobatic and Trampoline Age Group Programmes

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