Olympic Rhythmic Gymnastics Newswire

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  1. KL2017 A Defining Moment For Southeast Asia SportsRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 18 -- The 29th SEA Games opens tomorrow, promising a spectacular chase for gold that is boosted by the exciting presence of its biggest gathering of world champions and Olympic medallists who burst onto the big stage in the last two years to bring rare sporting glory to the region. After a 16-year lapse, the biennial event is back on Malaysian soil making Kuala Lumpur the host city for a record six times, bringing together 4,900 athletes from 11 countries to vie for 404 gold medals in 38 sports with ice skating, ice hockey, indoor hockey and cricket held for the first time.

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  2. Israeli gymnast Ashram wins four medalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Jerusalem Post

    The 18-year-old took four bronzes in the FIG World Challenge Cup competition in Kazan, Russia, finishing all four apparatus finals in third place. Israel's Linoy Ashram picked up four more medals on Sunday in her final tune-up event before the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships later this month.

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  3. Special Olympics P.E.I. athletes shine in Nova ScotiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Guardian

    Fourth athletes represented Special Olympics P.E.I. in rhythmic gymnastics at the Nova Scotia Provincial Special Olympics Games in Antigonish recently. From left: Rachael Loggie, Sarah Halman, Alyissa Coffin and Holly Griffin.

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  4. After much success, Israel's rhythmic gymnastics program flailingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Jerusalem Post

    Israel has found itself without any representation in the group events at the upcoming World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Pesaro, Italy. Ira Vigdorchik was removed from her role as the head coach of Israel's rhythmic gymnastics national team and given a supervisor's position instead, with the Israel Gymnastics Association trying to pick up the pieces from a disastrous post- Olympic year..

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  5. Israeli Block grabs muaythai bronzeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 30 | Jerusalem Post

    Israel sent 18 athletes to Wroclaw, its largest-ever delegation, in seven different sports: water skiing, muaythai, ju-jitsu, kickboxing, acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and dance sports. Muaythai fighter Nili Block poses with the Israel flag alongside Dr. Itzik Ben- Melech, who is in charge of Ayelet's professional department, after winning a bronze medal in the closing day of competition at the World Games yesterday.

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  6. Medals piling up for blue-and-whiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 29 | Jerusalem Post

    Evyatar Paperni won Israel's sixth medal at the World Games in Wroclaw, Poland on Friday, taking a bronze in the men's 69-kilogram Ne-Waza Ju-Jitsu competition. The 23-year-old Paperni, a bronze medalist at last year's world championships, defeated Talib Alkirbi of the United Arab Emirates in the fight for third place after losing to him earlier in the day.

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  7. Blue-and-white racks up another pair of medals in PolandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Jerusalem Post

    Israel sent 18 athletes to Wroclaw, its largest-ever delegation, in seven different sports: water skiing, muaythai, ju-jitsu, kickboxing, acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and dance sports. The members of Israel's acrobatic gymnastics men's team pose with their bronze medals won in the group all-around event on Wednesday at the World Games in Poland.

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  8. Special Olympic athlete returns from Summer Games with hardwareRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Eighteen-year-old Vic West athlete Cheyenne Furlong-Goos participates in a race during the B.C. Special Olympics Summer Games in Kamloops earlier this month. B.C. Special Olympics photo Eighteen-year-old Vic West athlete Cheyenne Furlong-Goos participates in a race during the B.C. Special Olympics Summer Games in Kamloops earlier this month.

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  9. Coast athletes bring home the hardwareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Coast Reporter

    Sixteen Sunshine Coast athletes arrived home from the Special Olympics 2017 Provincial Games in Kamloops on July 9 bearing 26 medals! As part of the larger contingent known as Region 5, we participated in three days of ceremony, competition and great weather, a time no one will ever forget. Chris Walker and Amanda Boghean, as part of the Vancouver Team, attained gold in softball.

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  10. Special Olympians pile up medalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    The Okanagan track contingent, which included four Vernon athletes, helped with the medal haul from the Special Olympics B.C. Summer Games in Kamloops. Team members included : Sue Foisy , Sydney Hofer , Nic Cadham , Garrison Frost , Eric Antypowich , Steven Schwebbach .

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  11. Yukon Special Olympians give it all at B.C. GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    There were smiles on every sideline, finish line and podium at the 2017 Special Olympics B.C. Summer Games, July 6-9 in Kamloops. The team - the largest sent to the quadrennial event from Yukon - collected 18 medals with nine gold and nine silver.

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  12. USA Gymnastics Championships returning to Greensboro ColiseumRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Business Journal

    The USA Gymnastics Championships will return to Greensboro Coliseum Complex in 2018.

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  13. Towns across Japan vie to host foreign athletes ahead of Tokyo GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | The Japan Times

    More than 250 local governments have offered to serve as host towns for foreign athletes who will take part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, in a bid to promote exchanges with participants. The central government has been soliciting ideas from local authorities willing to support visiting athletes.

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  14. U.S. Teams Bring Home Two Silver Medals From Maccabiah GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2017 | Chronicle of the Horse

    Every four years since 1953, thousands of athletes travel to the Holy Land to join Israeli athletes in a series of around 40 games, ranging from cricket, to rhythmic gymnastics, chess, archery, badminton and more-in an Olympic-style format. Marked as the third largest sports event in the world, the competition is often referenced as the "Jewish Olympics" since its inception in 1932-this year it gathered more than 9,000 athletes from more than 70 countries in 34 sports.

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  15. Special Olympics NL Summer Games guaranteed to draw a fine crowdRead the original story

    Jul 12, 2017 | Telegram

    The Techniplex in the Pleasantville area of St. John's will be crowded tonight for the opening ceremonies of the 2017 Special Olympics Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games. With more than 330 athletes scheduled to compete in the Games and around 700 friends, family members and volunteers expected to take in the opening ceremonies, along with coaches and officials, attendance numbers should reach into four figures.

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  16. Flowery Branch Special Olympian receives honorary ESPYRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | The Times

    Katy Wilson, daughter of Jerry and Jeanne Wilson of Flowery Branch, was one of 27 Special Olympic athletes across the nation to earn an honorary ESPY. While many of the top athletes in sports received recognition at the 25th annual ESPY Awards Wednesday night before a national television audience, a Flowery Branch athlete picked up her ESPY in a quiet presentation a day earlier.

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  17. Special Olympians climb provincial podiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | Prince George Citizen

    Marinka VanHage of Prince George won two gold medals in track and field over the weekend at the Special Olympics BC Provincial Games. in Kamloops.

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  18. Black tie gala for Special OlympicsRead the original story

    Jul 7, 2017 | Lethbridge Herald

    It's a cause near and dear to their hearts. They've plunged into icy waters, cycled for miles, and locked themselves up behind bars.

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  19. Local athletes get send-off for Special Olympics Alberta Summer Games - The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around LethbridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2017 | Lethbridge Herald

    Melissa Vanderveen, a golfer with Team Lethbridge, along with Joelle Pipe, from the CP Police Service, bring in the torch after arriving at Galt Gardens Wednesday as part of the last leg for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Herald photo by Ian Martens @IMartensHerald They have skills, strength and a great deal of team spirit.

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  20. Special Olympians bringing P.G. flavour to GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2017 | Prince George Citizen

    Alfred Schotel of Quesnel eyes his landing spot while participating in the standing long jump during a Special Olympics track and field meet on Sunday at Lac des Bois. Several local and regional athletes were preparing for the B.C Special Olympics Summer Games, which start July 7 in Kamloops.

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