Greeting to the participants of the competition


Dear gymnast, coaches, judges,
Dear organizers and volunteers of Tallinn AGG events,

On the behalf of IFAGG I would like to congratulate all of you for your participation in IFAGG World cup, Challenge cup and Tallinn Trophy 2022.
International federation of AGG would like to thank everyone for keeping up the spirit of aesthetic group gymnastic and continuing to work with our lovely, beautiful sport. Although the world suffers from many factors that are outside of sport, we must work together to overcome the difficulties and continue to develop the aesthetic group gymnastics as a sport.

Special thanks to Estonian Federation of Gymnastics for organizing our first IFAGG event for the year 2022, for the efforts they made to create a wonderful festive atmosphere in the sport hall.

Let's hope that in very near future all of members will be together, not divided by any reason and we will enjoy our beautiful sport all together.
I would like to wish to all of you good luck, successful, healthy and friendly competition!

Yours sincerely,
Elena Dukova, IFAGG Vice President & Annely Riga, IFAGG Vice President

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EUSA student competitions in AGG. Only EUSA flag can be raised and EUSA anthem (Gaudeamus Igitur) can be played during the awards ceremony. Athletes are not allowed to bring any national, political, cultural or religious symbols or slogans to the podium.
The first AGG World Championship was held in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000. The first World Champion became the team "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland).
Team "GC Janika" (Estonia) - The World Champion in AGG in 2007.


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