INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AESTHETIC GROUP GYMNASTICS
       

Asian AGG

News
We are excited to share that our committee has been making great strides towards achieving our objectives. Our introduction of the AGG Asia Cup Series has been extremely successful, resulting in the development of more gymnasts from the Asian region. This has motivated us to continue the AGG Asia Cup Series in 2024.

2023 ASIA CUP SERIES FINAL RANKING

1st place: TOTAL GYMNASTIQUE CLUBS, Malaysia
2nd place: D’GYMNASTIQUE ACADEMY, Singapore
3rd place: TEAM SHOIN, Japan



Asian AGG Committee
— Hong Kong;
— Japan;
— Kazakhstan;
— Korea;
— Malaysia;
— Kyrgyz Republic;
— Singapore;
— China;
— Türkiye;
— Indonesia;
— United Arab Emirates;

— Egypt (observer);
— New Zealand (observer);

— IFAGG president Liliya Morozova.
Working committee members for 2023-2024
— Saori Kubota, JPN, Chairperson;
— Yolanda Ng Wan, HKG;
— Madina Bekturganova, KAZ;
— Park Sun Young, KOR;
— Sarah Sarraj, MAS.

Contacts
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 AGG World Championship was held in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000. The first World Champion became the team "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland).
Team "Fotonit/OVO" (Finland) - The World Champion in AGG in 2010.

14.04.2024

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