Gymnasiade

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Gymnasiade
First event 1974
Occur every 2 years
Purpose International Multisport event for youth
Headquarters Brussels
Website http://www.isfsports.org International School Sport Federation

The Gymnasiade, or World Gymnasiade, is an international multi-sport event which is organised by the International School Sport Federation (ISF). It is the largest event among many other sport events held by the ISF.

The 17th edition of ISF Gymnasiade was organised by Morocco in 2018 with more than 3000 young athletes representing 58 countries. It was the biggest Gymnasiade so far and the first ever International Multisport event for youth held in Africa.

There are 12 obligatory sport competitions at Gymnasiade with 3 optional and 2 additional, hosts sports. The obligatory sports are: Archery, athletics, Boxing, Chess, Fencing, Gymnastics, Judo, Karate, Swimming, Taekwondo, Tennis and Wrestling. The 2018 edition also held competitions in Petanque, Road cycling, Surfing and Golf.

Aligned with the philosophy of the organisation, only pupils between the ages of 13 and 18 are eligible to compete.[1]

The first edition of the Gymnasiade was held in 1974 in Wiesbaden, Germany and it featured solely gymnastics, athletics and swimming competitions. Since then, 17 editions of Gymnasiade had been held with the most recent in 2018 and hosted by Morocco.

The next edition will be held in Jinjiang, China in 2020.

Editions[edit]

ISF World School Summer Games (Summer High School Games)[edit]

Edition Year City Country Date
1 1974 Wiesbaden  West Germany 23–28 September
2 1976 Orléans  France 21–27 June
3 1978 Izmir  Turkey 18–24 July
4 1980 Turin  Italy 1–7 June
5 1982 Lille  France 1–6 June
6 1984 Florence  Italy 5–9 June
7 1986 Nice  France 2–7 June
8 1988 Barcelona  Spain 3–9 June
9 1990 Bruges  Belgium 20–27 May
10 1994 Nicosia  Cyprus 14–21 May
11 1998 Shanghai  China 12–19 October
12 2002 Caen  France 27 May – 3 June
13 2006 Athens/Thessaloniki  Greece 26 June – 3 July
14 2009 Doha  Qatar 7–12 December
15 2013 Brasília  Brazil 28 November – 4 December
16 2016 Trabzon  Turkey 11–18 July
17 2018 Marrakech  Morocco 2–9 May
18 2020 Jinjiang  China 17-24 October

Source:[2]

ISF School Winter Games[edit]

ISF School Winter Games consisted of the following sport disciplines:

Edition Year City Country Date
1 2018 Grenoble  France 5 - 10 February

Source : [3]

2009 Summer Games[edit]

Sports[edit]

All demonstration sports have been cancelled from the competition programme of the Gymnasiade 2009 because of the lack of entries from the registered countries. Because of did not obtain the minimum of ten (10) nations entries required to proceed with the organisation of the demonstration sports. This decision was taken in agreement with the ISF. This Games have only 4 sport.

Sports:

  • artistic gymnastics
  • rhythmic gymnastics
  • athletics
  • swimming

Medal table[edit]

2013 Summer Games[edit]

Sports[edit]

The 2013 Gymnasiade will bring together athletes that are between 14 to 17 years old and registered in an educational institution. These athletes will be representing 40 different countries and will be competing in 8 different sports: aerobic, artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, athletics, swimming, judo, karate and chess.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 37 16 9 62
2  Italy 20 19 16 55
3  Brazil 19 28 22 69
4  Hungary 12 7 3 22
5  England 11 15 20 46
6  France 9 6 4 19
7  Chinese Taipei 4 5 9 18
8  Cyprus 3 2 1 6
9  China 2 8 1 11
10  Finland 2 3 5 10
11  Turkey 1 5 5 11
12  Greece 1 2 3 6
13  Belarus 1 2 1 4
14  Armenia 1 0 3 4
15  Spain 1 0 1 2
16  Qatar 1 0 1 2
17  Mexico 0 2 6 8
18  India 0 2 3 5
19  Luxembourg 0 1 1 2
20  Chile 0 1 0 1
21  Argentina 0 0 7 7
22  Suriname 0 0 6 6
23  Portugal 0 0 2 2
Total 125 124 129 378

2016 Summer Games[edit]

16th Gymnasiade was held in Trabzon, Turkey, between 11–18 July 2016. It was held in 10 sports (12 disciplines) with school sport athletes from 25 countries with 2500 athletes (Armenia, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cyprus, England, Estonia, France, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, India, Latvia, Morocco, Northern Ireland, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Taipei, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine). But Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Iran and Croatia don't compete due to 2016 Turkish coup d'état attempt.[4]

Sports[edit]

  • Athletics
  • Gymnastics
    • Articstic Gymnastics
    • Rhythmic Gymnastics
    • Aerobic Gymnastics
  • Swimming
  • Archery
  • Fencing
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Wrestling
  • Chess
  • Tennis

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 57 32 39 128
2  Turkey 47 45 27 119
3  France 15 18 23 56
4  Greece 12 17 7 36
5  India 10 19 26 55
6  Chinese Taipei 9 11 13 33
7  Romania 6 5 19 30
8  Morocco 6 5 6 17
9  Belarus 5 4 2 11
10  Armenia 5 2 8 15
11  Cyprus 4 4 5 13
12  Hungary 4 4 4 12
13  Georgia 2 6 3 11
14  Russia 1 4 7 12
15  Bulgaria 0 3 1 4
16  England 0 0 2 2
17  Latvia 0 0 1 1
18  Puerto Rico 0 0 1 1
19  Tunisia 0 0 1 1
20  Azerbaijan 0 0 0 0
21  Belgium 0 0 0 0
22  Croatia 0 0 0 0
23  Estonia 0 0 0 0
24  Northern Ireland 0 0 0 0
25  Qatar 0 0 0 0
Total 183 179 195 557

2018 Winter Games[edit]

From the 5 to 10th February the city of Grenoble in France. During 5 days, 500 young athletes coming from 19 countries will participate in this multi winter sports event.

Countries: Germany, England, Argentina, France, Hungary, Russia, Republic of Belarus, Austria, Belgium, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Scotland, Chile, Turkey, Spain, Estonia and Ukraine.

Sports[edit]

Sports: alpine ski, freestyle ski, snowboard cross and freestyle, biathlon, cross country ski, ski jumping (all mentioned events were supported by FIS), curling, speed skating and hockey.

Main sports:

  • Alpine Skiing
  • Biathlon
  • Cross Country
  • Snowboard

Demonstrations Sports:

  • Speed Skating
  • Ski Jumping
  • Ice Hockey

Medal table[edit]

From 19 nation, 13 countries gain at least one medal:

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 5 5 6 16
2  Germany 3 2 2 7
3  Austria 3 2 1 6
4  Hungary 2 0 0 2
5  Ukraine 1 0 0 1
6  Spain 1 0 0 1
7  Belarus 0 3 1 4
8  Argentina 0 1 1 2
9  Slovakia 0 1 0 1
10  England 0 1 0 1
11   Switzerland 0 0 2 2
12  Russia 0 0 1 1
13  Serbia 0 0 1 1
Total 15 15 15 45

2018 Summer Games[edit]

18th Gymnasiade was held in Marrakech, Morocco, between 2–9 May 2018. It was held in 18 sports with 4000 school sport athletes.[5]

Sports[edit]

Sports:

  • Athletics
  • Gymnastics
    • Articstic Gymnastics
    • Rhythmic Gymnastics
    • Aerobic Gymnastics
  • Swimming
  • Archery
  • Fencing
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Wrestling
  • Chess
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Petanque
  • Boxing
  • Surfing
  • Cycling

Medal table[edit]

30 countries gained at least one medal:

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Ukraine 39 39 34 112
2  Morocco 33 23 32 88
3  Brazil 24 24 32 80
4  Chinese Taipei 23 15 28 66
5  Greece 16 5 13 34
6  France 14 27 14 55
7  China 13 11 18 42
8  Iran 13 3 1 17
9  Russia 8 11 14 33
10  Ireland 6 5 2 13
11  Hungary 5 12 9 26
12  Belarus 5 7 12 24
13  Turkey 5 6 16 27
14  Algeria 3 9 13 25
15  Romania 3 4 14 21
16  England 2 10 9 21
17  Hong Kong 2 4 3 9
18  Spain 2 1 5 8
19  Armenia 2 1 5 8
20  Cyprus 2 1 0 3
21  Tunisia 2 0 1 3
22  Portugal 1 2 3 6
23  Botswana 1 0 0 1
24  South Africa 0 2 4 6
25  Croatia 0 1 3 4
26  United States 0 1 2 3
27  United Arab Emirates 0 0 5 5
28  Azerbaijan 0 0 2 2
29  Niger 0 0 1 1
30  Oman 0 0 1 1
Total 224 224 312 758

Source : http://www.gymnasiade2018.ma/gymnasiade2018-result/

All Time Athletics Results[edit]

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