08/06/2009 18:17 +0300
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de Gymnastique (FIG)
(men): Giorgos Georgiou
Technical Director (women): Stalo
Technical Director (rhythmic): Ioulia
Mon 1 June, 10:00
Technical Meeting (rhythmic): Thu 4 June,
Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) was formed on 23 July
1881 when representatives of the gymnastics associations of
Belgium, France and the Netherlands met in Liège. As a
governing body it is held in high esteem by both its member
federations and gymnastics clubs throughout five continents.
In 1897, seventeen national associations joined together to
form the basis of the European Gymnastics Federation.
However, when the USA was admitted in 1921, the Committee
changed its name to the Fédération Internationale de
Gymnastique or FIG, as it is known today.
FIG comprises three Olympic
disciplines: artistic, rhythmic and trampoline.
Each discipline is
controlled by a Technical Committee made up of a Technical
President and six members.The Technical Committees are
responsible for the coordination and control of their
specific discipline in terms of the technical requirements
for competition as they relate to each specific discipline.
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