Acrobatic Gymnastics European Championships

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The Acrobatic Gymnastics European Championships[1] are the main acrobatic gymnastics championships in Europe. The championships are organized by European Gymnastics, formerly known as the European Union of Gymnastics (French: Union Européenne de Gymnastique or UEG).[2]

Summary of championships[edit]

Number Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
No. of
Countries
1 1978 Riga  Soviet Union 19–21 May 5
2 1979 Szeged  Hungary 30 May - 5 June
3 1980 Poznań  Poland 16-22 September
4 1982 London  United Kingdom 9-11 September
5 1984 Sofia  Bulgaria 2-8 October
6 1985 Augsburg  West Germany 16-18 May
7 1986 Rennes  France 27-29 November
8 1987 Wroclaw  Poland 26-28 June
9 1988 Antwerp  Belgium 1-4 December
10 1989 Riga  Soviet Union October
11 1990 Augsburg  West Germany 29 October - 4 November 12
12 1991 Lisbon  Portugal 1–4 November 12
13 1992 Rennes  France 25–28 November 15
14 1993 Antwerpen  Belgium 22-28 November 18
15 1994 Zielona Góra  Poland 19–22 May 18
16 1995 Wroclaw  Poland 9–12 November 19
17 1996 Riesa  Germany 30 September–7 October
18 1997 Baunatal  Germany 27–29 June 17
19 1999 Zielona Góra  Poland 10–13 June
20 2001 Faro  Portugal 10–12 May
21 2003 Zielona Góra  Poland 6–9 October
22 2005 Thessaloníki  Greece 10-16 October
23 2007 Den Bosch  Netherlands 21-28 October
24 2009 Vila do Conde  Portugal 1-4 October
25 2011 Varna  Bulgaria 26-30 October
26 2013 Odivelas  Portugal 16–28 October Multiusos de Odivelas 107 12
27 2015 Riesa  Germany 23 September - 5 October Sachsen Arena
28 2017 Rzeszow  Poland 19-22 October Podpromie Hall 13
29 2019 Holon  Israel 30 October - 3 November Holon Toto Hall 305 20
30 2021 Pesaro  Italy 7-10 October

References[edit]

  • "Hosts". Sports123.com. Archived from the original on 3 November 2011. Retrieved 14 June 2013.
  • "Results". SportsAcrobatics.info. Retrieved 11 April 2014.
  1. ^ "25th Acrobatic Gymnastics European Championships" (PDF). 2011.
  2. ^ "European Championships". UEG.org. European Union of Gymnastics. Archived from the original on 7 August 2012. Retrieved 14 June 2013. 26th European Championships in Acrobatic Gymnastics - 2013

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