14 May, 2024

AGU Technical Committee Gears Up for Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Asian Championships in UZB

14th May, Tashkent, Uzbekistan:  The Asian Gymnastics Union Technical Committee recently convened to finalize preparations for the upcoming Asia Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Uzbekistan. With the championships serving as a crucial stepping stone for athletes aspiring to qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympics, the committee discussed key arrangements and logistical details.

Highlights from the committee meeting include:


Athletes from 22 countries will compete in the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) seniors category, with a total of 78 senior athletes, while 16 countries will be represented in the MAG juniors category, featuring 66 junior athletes.

– Competition Schedule:
– May 16th (Thursday): Senior Qualification
– May 17th (Friday): Junior Qualification
– May 18th (Saturday): Junior Apparatus Finals
– May 19th (Sunday): Senior Apparatus Finals

As the championships approach, excitement builds among athletes and fans alike, anticipating exhilarating performances and intense competition across various apparatuses.

Looking forward to the event, Han Yoon Soon, the president of AGU MAG committee, remarked, “The Asia Artistic Gymnastics Championships epitomize the spirit of excellence and camaraderie in gymnastics. As we witness the dedication and talent of athletes from across Asia, I am confident that this championship will serve as a platform to showcase the highest levels of skill and sportsmanship.”

The Asian Gymnastics Union remains committed to ensuring the success of the championships and fostering an environment of fairness and integrity. With the support of stakeholders and the dedication of athletes, the Asia Artistic Gymnastics Championships are poised to be a memorable and inspiring event.