INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AESTHETIC GROUP GYMNASTICS
       

Nearest events


0032
05.10.2022-09.10.2022
Prague, CZE
    IFAGG International Judges course, levels 1-3 (category: Education event)

0046
26.10.2022-27.10.2022
    AGG Tuah Competition (category: C-category International tournament)

0045
26.10.2022-28.10.2022
    MAGGA Cup (category: B-category International tournament)

0044
26.10.2022-29.10.2022
    1st Asian Championship (category: Continental Championships)

0005
27.10.2022-30.10.2022
    World Cup IV (category: World Cup)

0010
27.10.2022-30.10.2022
    Challenge Cup IV (category: Challenge Cup)

0047
29.10.2022
    1st IFAGG Asian Conference (category: Conference)

0043
31.10.2022-04.11.2022
Kuala Lumpur, MAS
    IFAGG International Judges course, levels 1-3 (category: Education event)

0038
12.11.2022-13.11.2022
    AGG Melody Cup in Hamamatsu (category: B-category International tournament)

0042
23.11.2022-25.11.2022
Graz, AUT
    IFAGG B-category Competition "STEIERMARK CUP" (category: B-category International tournament)

0013
25.11.2022-27.11.2022
Graz, AUT
    Junior World Championships (category: World Championships)

0015
25.11.2022-27.11.2022
Graz, AUT
    World Championships (category: World Championships)

0041
25.11.2022-27.11.2022
Graz, AUT
    IFAGG Trophy 2022 (category: A-category International tournament)

0048
02.12.2022
WWW, WWW
    New rules webinar (02/12/2022) (category: Webinar)

Photo albums


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Competitions in Bulgaria
05-08.05.2022, Sofia (Bulgaria)

  235 photos
IFAGG World Championships. Competitions.
20.11.2021, Helsinki (Finland)

  76 photos
IFAGG World Championships. Awording ceremony
21.11.2021, Helsinki (Finland)

07.10.2022

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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 World Championships in Aesthetic Group Gymnastics were held in 2000 in Helsinki (Finland).
Team "Roxett" (Russia) - The World Champion in AGG in 2005.

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