FIG 1st Junior World Championship

20 July, 2019

We are extremely proud of our junior gymnast Saffron Severn who has brilliantly performed at the "FIG 1st Junior World Championship" in Moscow.

Saffron has performed rope (13.300 - 28th) and clubs (13.650 - 38th) in the mayor event for the very first time organised by the FIG and amazingly hosted by the Russian Federation.

Professional pictures here
Replay day 1 here (rope)
Replay day 2 here (clubs)

Some information about the "FIG 1st Junior World Championship"

The brand-new Irina Viner-Usmanova Gymnastics Palace in Moscow hosted the 1st FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior World Championships from 19-21 July with more than 300 young gymnasts from 60-plus nations competing for eight titles. A first for the sport. The first Junior World Championships have certainly proved popular. A grand total of 129 gymnasts, representing 57 nations, have signed up for the individual programme, with a further 183 youngsters from 32 countries slated to take part in the group events. With a roof designed to resemble a fluttering ribbon, the 26,000-square metre Irina Viner-Usmanova Gymnastics Palace will provide a truly world-class stage for the planet’s future Rhythmic stars to parade their talent. The facility, which opened its doors only last month, has three training and choreography halls, an ultra-modern gym, a health and rehabilitation centre, catering facilities, a media centre, a hotel and more. There is even an interactive museum dedicated to showcasing the history of the sport.