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Doha (QAT) AGU Office, May 15, 2016: The 8th Senior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships will be held in Tashkent - Uzbekistan from 8 to 10 May 2016.
The Finals events of the 8th Senior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships held between May 8 and 9, 2016 and the finals events held on May 10, 2016.
The opening ceremony took place on 8 May before the qualification events with the presence of the board members of Uzbekistan Gymnastics Federation.
13 nations took part such as China; Chinese Taipei; Hong Kong; India; Korea; Kyrgyzstan; Japan; Uzbekistan; Kazakhstan, Malaysia, North Korea, Indonesia, and Thailand.

Witness 3 days of thrilling competition as gymnasts compete for prestigious Asian titles for senior to secure their place amongst the future of the Rhythmic Gymnastics in their countries. 
The competition schedule will comprise 2 days of qualification events followed by one day of finals where gymnasts will compete in all around, individual apparatus events and group finals.

Individual All-Around Final

Confirming the qualification event, the superb gymnast Son, Yeonjae from Korea dominate the individual All-Around Final with a total of 73.750 pts and the Gold Medal with an advantage of more than two points to the  Uzbek  Nazarenkova, Elizaveta  with 71.450 pts, followed by the Kazak Ashirbayeva, Sabina  with 70.500 pts and the bronze Medal.

Group All-Around Final

For the first time height countries participated in the group events such as: Japan, China, Kazakhstan, DPR Korea, Uzbekistan, Malaysia, Korea and India. The winner for the group All-Around is Japan with a total of 34.300 pts, followed by China with 32.950 pts and third Kazakhstan with 30.350 pts.

Group Apparatus Finals

In Group Ribbon, the domination was for China with 17.100 pts, followed by Japan second with 16.850 pts and in the third place Kazakhstan with 15.200.
In Group Clubs and Hoop, the domination was for Japan with 17.900 pts, followed by China with 17.250 pts and third DPR Korea with 16.175 pts.

Apparatus Finals

South Korean Son Yeon-jae was crowned the champion in four apparatus, a day after capturing her third consecutive individual all-around title.
She won the gold in ribbon with a new career-high 18.700 points. Sabina Ashirbayeva of Kazakhstan finished second with 18.300 points, followed by Elizaveta Nazarenkova of Uzbekistan with 18.000.
Earlier Tuesday, Son scored 18.600 points each in hoop and ball, and 18.550 points in clubs to also finish first.
In hoop, Ashirbayeva finished second to Son with 17.950 points, followed by Nazarenkova with 17.400 points.
In ball, Kaho Minagawa of Japan was the runner-up with 18.100 points, and Nazarenkova finished third with 17.950 points.
In clubs, Nazarenkova was the runner-up with 18.250 points and Ashirbayeva was third with 18.150 points.
Son is the first since Aliya Yussupova of Kazakhstan in 2009 to sweep five individual titles at the Asian Championships. Yussupova also accomplished the feat in 2006.
Son, 21, is trying to become the first South Korean rhythmic gymnast to win an Olympic medal in Rio de Janeiro in August. She ranked fifth in the individual all-around at the 2012 London Olympics.
“I am so happy to wrap up this year’s Asian Championships with five gold medals,” Son said through her Seoul-based agency, IB World Wide. “I will keep training hard for the Rio Olympics in August and will try to post good results there.”

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Download this file (All-Around Final.pdf)All-Around Final Asian RG UZB 2016[All-Around Final Asian RG UZB 2016]776 kB
Download this file (allaround Group.pdf)Group All-Around Final Asian RG UZB 2016[ ]179 kB
Download this file (Apparatus Finals.pdf)Apparatus Finals Asian RG UZB 2016[Apparatus Finals Asian RG UZB 2016]202 kB
Download this file (Group Final.pdf)Group Final Asian RG UZB 2016[Group Final Asian RG UZB 2016]177 kB

Doha (QAT) AGU Office, May 01, 2016: The Finals events of the 14th Junior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships held between April 30 and May 1, 2016.
The final events dominated by both Kazakhstan and Japan.

Team Final
The team final was dominated by Kazakhstan: ADILKHANOVA Alin, TLEKENOVA Adilya, VASSENKINA Alyona and RUSTEMOVA Amina had a total of 151.718 pts and the first place. The Second place go to Uzbekistan with 146.036 pts, performed by KISELYOVA Aleksiya, USMANOVA Nurinisso, ZAKIROVA Lola and TYAN Milana. Moreover, the third place go to Japan with 140.316 pts with the participation of KITA Sumire, YAMADA Aino, OIWA Chisaki and KOIKE Karin.
Mrs. Shayakhmetova Umut President of Kazakhstan Gymnastics Federation distributed the medal ceremony

Individual All-Around Final
Confirming the qualification event, the superb gymnast KITA Sumire from Japan dominate the individual All-Around Final with a total of 63.750 pts and the Gold Medal with an advantage of one tens only for the Kazakh's: ADILKHANOVA Alina with 63.750 pts and the Silver Medal and then the Uzbek USMANOVA Nurinisso  with 62.500 pts and the bronze Medal.

Group Final
Kazakhstan returned and won the group final with 15.067 pts and the Gold Medal, followed by Japan with 14.967 pts and the silver medal, then the third place go to North Korea 14.483 pts and the bronze medal.

Apparatus Finals
The gold medals of the Apparatus Finals was divided between Kazakhstan and Japan with two medals for both.

Rope:

1- KITA Sumire JPN 15.950
2- ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15.133
3- USMANOVA Nurinisso UZB 15.117

Hoop

1- ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15.883
2- USMANOVA Nurinisso UZB 15.150
3- KITA Sumire JPN 15.050

Ball

1- ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15.683
2- RUSTEMOVA Amina KAZ 15.567
3- KITA Sumire JPN 15.283

Clubs

1- KITA Sumire JPN 15.967
2- ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15.683
3- TYAN Milana UZB 15.333

See attachment the results.

Attachments:
Download this file (Group Final RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Group Final RG Asian KAZ2016[Group Final RG Asian KAZ2016]119 kB
Download this file (Ind All-Around Final RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Ind All-Around Final RG Asian KAZ2016[Ind All-Around Final RG Asian KAZ2016]155 kB
Download this file (Indiv Apparatus Finals RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Indiv Apparatus Finals RG Asian KAZ2016[Indiv Apparatus Finals RG Asian KAZ2016]180 kB
Download this file (Team Final RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Team Final RG Asian KAZ2016[Team Final RG Asian KAZ2016]243 kB

The 14th Junior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships will be held in Astana, Kazakhstan from 28 April to 01 May 2016.
The opening ceremony took place on 27 April after the podium training at the Daulet National Tennis Center with the presence of the following personality:

Shayakhmetova Umut - President of Kazakhstan Gymnastics Federation
Daniyar Abulgazin - General Secretary NOC
Aigul Dukenbayeva – Secretary General of Kazakhstan Gymnastics Federation
Rica Yamamoto - AGU Technical Delegate
Aliya Yussupova - Head coach of the national rhythmic gymnastics Kazakhstan

In addition of all the members of Gymnastics Federation of Kazakhstan and the delegation memebers of the participant federations.

13 nations took part such as Hong Kong; Chinese Taipei; India; Korea; Kyrgyzstan; Japan; Uzbekistan; Kazakhstan, Malaysia, North Korea, Singapore, Mongolia and Thailand.

Witness 4 days of thrilling competition as gymnasts compete for prestigious Asian titles for junior to secure their place amongst the future of the Rhythmic Gymnastics in their countries. 
The competition schedule will comprise 2 days of qualification events followed by 2 days of finals where gymnasts will compete in team, all around, individual apparatus events and group finals.

 

AGU Office, Doha (QAT) April 30, 2016: Losing a friend is one of the most painful experiences a person must endure in life. Everybody at some point has lost a friend, and it is hard for us to accept that a person we shared so many moments with and trusted with so many things, Mr. Seif Abu Adel is no longer in our life. As many of you know, Mr. Seif Abu Adel was my best friend. He was the FIG Executive Committee Member, President of Arab Gymnastics Union and President of Kuwait Gymnastics Federation. He did a lot for the development of Gymnastics in Kuwait and in all the whole of wold.
It is terrible to hear about your loss and we express our sincere sympathy to you and your family. We will never forget you. We will pray for you.

Doha (QAT), AGU Office: April 23, 2016: The draw of lot for the 14th Junior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships, to be held in Astana (KAZ) during April 28 to May 01, 2016 was done in Tashkent on April 20, 2016 in the . Mr. Ruslan Mustaev AGU Vice-President and Mrs. Gyozal Filippova AGU RG Technical Committee President conducted the draw.
13 countries registered to participate for the individual events such as Hong Kong; Chinese Taipei; India; Korea; Kyrgyzstan; Japan; Uzbekistan; Kazakhstan, Malaysia, North Korea, Singapore, Mongolia and Thailand,
The group events will have six countries registered such us: Japan; Uzbekistan, North Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Kazakhstan.
We expect to have a high-level competition during the championships.
The events will be organized in National Tennis Center in Astana which is a modern sport complex with a central court for 2700 seats. There are 3 additional tennis courts for trainings with advanced television and audio equipment, snack bars, dressing rooms and showers. It is equipped with everything necessary to make athletes, audience and fans feel comfortable. There is Central Outdoor Tennis Court with 1210 seats and 7 more courts as well as 2 indoor courts (hard) with RuKort surface.
The fact that Kazakhstan will host the Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships is proof to the confidence that the Asian Gymnastics Union (AGU) sets in the Kazakhstan Gymnastics Federation.
Results of the draw in attachment file.

 

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Download this file (draw_AC_groups_qualification- KAZ_2016.pdf)draw_AC_groups_qualification- KAZ_2016[draw_AC_groups_qualification- KAZ_2016]103 kB
Download this file (Draw_RG AC_individual_finals KAZ_2016.pdf)Draw_RG AC_individual_finals KAZ_2016[Draw_RG AC_individual_finals KAZ_2016]119 kB

Doha (QAT) AGU Office, April 30, 2016: The qualifications events of the 14th Junior Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Championships held on two days: 28 and 29 April 2016.
The superb gymnast KITA Sumire from Japan dominate the individual All-Around qualification event with a total of 45.933 pts, followed by the two Kazakh's: ADILKHANOVA Alina and TLEKENOVA Adilya with respectively 45.833 pts and 45.550 pts

Japan dominated the group event with 15.017 pts, followed by Kazakhstan with 14.633 pts and Uzbekistan 13.667 pts, then North Korea with 13.483 pts, Malaysia with 13.300 pts and Mongolia with 11.050 pts.

A domination of Kazakhstan in Apparatus qualifications, we had the following results for the best three gymnasts:

Rope
ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15,350
USMANOVA Nurinisso UZB 15,267
KITA Sumire JPN 15,250

Hoop
TLEKENOVA Adilya KAZ 15,567
KITA Sumire JPN 15,350
ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 14,917

Ball
RUSTEMOVA Amina KAZ 15,167
ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15,050
USMANOVA Nurinisso UZB 14,967

Clubs
ADILKHANOVA Alina KAZ 15,433
KITA Sumire JPN 15,333
VASSENKINA Alyona KAZ 15,133

A 13 nations took part such as Hong Kong; Chinese Taipei; India; Korea; Kyrgyzstan; Japan; Uzbekistan; Kazakhstan, Malaysia, North Korea, Singapore, Mongolia and Thailand.

You can find all the results in the attachment files.

Finals events will be during April 30, and May 01, 2016.

Attachments:
Download this file (Apparatus Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Apparatus Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016[Apparatus Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016]238 kB
Download this file (Group Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Group Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016[Group Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016]147 kB
Download this file (Ind All-Around Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016.pdf)Ind All-Around Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016[Ind All-Around Qualif RG Asian KAZ2016]163 kB

AGU Office, Doha (QAT) March 30, 2016: Gymnasts from 17 different countries won event titles as finals got underway at the Doha World Challenge Cup Friday March 25, 2016 in Qatar.
Asia got one Gold medals with the young Chinese gymnast HUANG Mingqi in vault and one gold medal for the Japanese MAENO Fuya in high bar, in addition of one bronze medal to the Vietnam gymnast PHAM Phuoc Hung in Parallel Bars. No medals for the Women's.
The World Champion HYPOLITO Diego BRA lit up the Aspire Dome with his incredible skills on Floor. HYPOLITO's  15.175 score (6.8 difficulty) not easily win the First Gold Medal of the World Cup of Qatar since last year won the silver, ahead of the Slovenian KLAVORA Rok with (15.000) and Britain OLDHAM Sam (14.925).
The champion of the last year Doha 2015 the Armenia's Harutym Merdinyan dominate the Pommel horse, hit his 6.7 difficulty routine for the second day in a row to win gold (15.675), followed by SELIGMAN Robert (CRO, 15.300) and STEPKO Oleg AZE and BERTONCELJ Saso SLO with 15.000.
The number one in the world ranking list in Rings PETROUNIAS Eleftherios (GRE) win the Rings with a total (15.875) fellow by the two Armenian's DAVTYAN Vahagn with 15.800 and TOVMASYAN Artur third with (15.775)
Suprized by the Chinese gymnast HUANG Mingqi with two  excellent vault of D: 6,00 in the men's Vault competition with (15.200 average) exceptionally clean form on vault. Second REMKES Christopher AUS with (14.950 average) and then HYPOLITO Diego BRA (14.900 average), who claimed bronze.
No surprise in the Parallel Bars for the first and second places STEPKO Oleg AZE as last year who took first place with (15.825) and LARDUET Manrique CUB took the second with (15.775). Then PHAM Phuoc Hung  VIE took the bronze with (15.350).
MAENO Fuya JPN has benefits the finals with 15.175 pts. Second WATSON Ashley (GBR) 15.050 pts and MOZNIK Marijo CRO go for the silver with 14.850 - last year champion CORDOBA Nicolas ARG fault and take the six position
For Women's Artistic Gymnastics
Suisse's STEINGRUBER Giulia improved to take the gold on vault (14.712 average). Slovenian's BELAK Teja delivered for the silver (14.337 average), while KYSSELEF Tjasa (SLO) settled for bronze (14.087).
Number one in the Uneven Bars in 2015, ADLERTEG Jonna (SWE) took gold on Uneven Bars (14.925) despite that she was injured during the dismount. ANDRADE Rebeca (BRA) took the bronze medal with a 14.250 in finals, while MARTINS Filipa (POR) won bronze (13.625).
Olympic Champion Catalina PONOR showed clean exercises on Beam with (14.650) followed by the Brazilian's LEE DE ARAUJO Thauany the silver (14.150), then MARTINS Filipa POR who got bronze with (13.900) – surprize with the fault of STEINGRUBER Giulia SUI
No surprise in the Parallel Bars for the first and second places STEPKO Oleg AZE as last year who took first place with (15.825) and LARDUET Manrique CUB took the second with (15.775). Then PHAM Phuoc Hung  VIE took the bronze with (15.350).
On floor exercise and same last year STEINGRUBER Giulia SUI confirm her performance of the first day with (14.700). Second BULIMAR Diana Laura ROU (14.125) and KOVACS Zsofia  HUN (13.925).
Detailed results http://www.dohagym.com/

 

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