Sieh dir diesen Beitrag auf Instagram an Ein Beitrag geteilt von IRV (@wheelgymnastics.sport) am Mär 23, 2020 um 10:46 PDT transcript of statement, IRV President Henning Henningsen: Dear wheel gymnasts, The coronavirus is keeping the world in suspense. People are living in lockdown, training facilities are closed and countries have issued travel bans. We thought we could wait until the end of April to make a decision about the World Championships due to take place in New Jersey
Dear athletes and friends of #WheelGymnastics, the IRV and USA Wheel Gymnastics are working together to monitor the current virus situation and its increasing severity across the globe. We will reach a decision at the latest by 30 April regarding how to proceed with plans for the IRV World Championships and USAWG WheelFest. A possible cancellation is one of the options being discussed. The health and safety of all involved parties will be our first priority. Keep safe. IRV & USAWG teams Sen
An open letter from IRV President Henning Henningsen Dear friends of #WheelGymnastics, In the last couple of years, the voluntary members of the IRV board have worked towards a modern and attractive future for our sport. Openness, transparency, cooperation, equality, and effectiveness have become decisive factors for us, even if we are not yet able to cover all points completely. We are working on it! With the “Agenda 2020” and its adjustments in the “Next Level 2020”, we have laid a foundatio
Dear friends of wheel gymnastics, As you might know a working group of the IRV is currently working on substantial changes for the code of points in gym wheel. The aim of the new regulations is to guarantee a fair and transparent scoring system for future gym wheel competitions.
The starting order for tomorrow’s competition is ready. The teams will compete in 6 rounds, with different disciplines per round and team.
The athletes and coaches of the 2018 World Championships in Magglingen have elected 5 representatives for the IRV Athletes' Commission. Simon Rufener (SUI), Yasuhiko Takahashi (JPN), Svea Hüning (GER), Tami Linvy (ISR) and Katja Homeyer (GER) can make proposals to the IRV Executive Board and serve as a sparring partner for new ideas and approaches. The members of the Athletes' Commission can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org
In Cincinnati in 2016 we presented our ideas for the future of wheel gymnastics. Our “Agenda 2020” described proposed initial measures and visions for the future of our sport. With this as our point of departure, we have worked hard in the last 24 months to further define our vision, strategic directions and concrete plans of action. A process of change is never linear, a fact that our discussions around Agenda 2020 have shown. The exchange of ideas with you – the wheel gymnastics community –