Milli Gimnastika Arenası (MGA, National Gymnastics Arena), mainly used to receive senior gymnasts within the framework of international events, this time, will open its doors to junior gymnasts participating in the AGF Junior Trophy International Tournament in April of 2018.
Junior Rhythmic Gymnasts will precede the seniors and compete for mounting the steps of the podium on April 23 & 24. This event will be followed by the FIG RG World Cup at the same venue straight away.
According to the rules of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG), the participants will compete in the age category of gymnasts born in 2003-2005.
Young gymnasts, sometimes, making the spectators to be thrilled with their trembling performances, and, sometimes, making them to raise in applause with their confident exercises, will test their strength only in individual program. In the course of 2-day competitions, there will be defined winners in the team competition and apparatus finals.
It should be mentioned that AGF Junior Trophy will be organized in the format of the Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships to be held in Spanish City of Guadalajara on June 1-3, 2018. It will give the gymnasts an opportunity to overcome their anxiety, and by perfecting their program, to demonstrate more confident performances at the European Championships.
The participation of 18 countries is anticipated in the tournament.
Do not miss interesting & exciting, at the same time, professional performances of gymnasts at MGA!
The tickets are available at the MGA ticket office, as well as at “28 Mall” & “Ganjlik Mall”. The price of tickets constitutes 7 & 10 manat for qualifications, 10 & 15 manat for finals.
The more detailed information is available at the Federation’s official website.
Venue: Milli Gimnastika Arenası
Tel.: (+994 12/51) 566-96-99
Address: 178 H. Aliyev Ave., Baku, Azerbaijan
Passage: “Koroghlu” underground station
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