2011 European Acrobatic Championships – Results & Photos

Yesterday, the first medals were given to the junior and senior acrobatic gymnasts at the European Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships in Varna, Bulgaria.

In the junior division, Belgium (mixed pair, women’s group) and Russia (men’s pair, men’s group) won each 2 golds, Belarus (women’s pair) one. Silver medals went to Russia (three), Great Britain and host country Bulgaria.

detailed results: mixed pair junior – dynamic / women’s group junior – dynamic / men’s pair junior – static / men’s group junior – static / women’s pair junior – static

The senior division was dominated by Great Britain (men’s pair, men’s group) and again Russia (women’s group, mixed pair), Ukraine took the last gold (women’s pair). Silver and bronze medals went to Great Britain, Russia, Belgium, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Belarus. Adam Mcassy and Edward Upcott (men’s pair) from Spelbound presented another flawless routine and took the gold. And veteran Revaz Gurgenidze with his partner Tatiana Okulova from Russia (mixed pair) wowed the crowd with another super-difficult routine.

detailed results: mixed pair – dynamic / women’s group – dynamic / men’s pair – staticmen’s group – static / women’s pair – static

Click here to watch the livestream or search in the library in order to see yesterdays finals and qualifications.

The Belgium women's group with Julie van Gelder, Laure Maes and Ineke van Schoor (my favourite trio) with their balance routine.

Revaz Gurgenidze and Tatiana Okulova (RUS): Gold

Kateryna Sytnikova and Anastasiya Melnychenko (UKR) got gold with their balance routine.

The Sphinx

For more photos go to the official website!

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