A report by Wolfgang Bientzle: Everything is leading to the World Championship and Wheel FEST July 13-19 2020 in New York. Fun at Willye White Park and Gale School- Instructors of top level like at no other Wheel event in the Americas. Two days of intensive workshop for performers , athletes, coaches and judges. 10 new judges registrations at this wheel weekend which is going to next developed area for USA Wheel to present as well a comfortable solid TEAM USA judging panel at Worlds 2020. The go
The IRV Vault Regulations 2019-2020 summarize all changes and definitions that have been published by the IRV in the last years.
Ken Nagel (President USA Wheel Gymnastics Federation), Henning Henningsen (President IRV) and Günter Fischer (Vize-President Competitions IRV) signed the contract for hosting the 2020 World Championships in New York City. The international Wheel Gymnastics family will travel to the USA for a third World Championship in only 10 years. "You can see the Wheel Gymnastics community in the US growing rapidly after our events 2013 in Chicago, 2016 in Cincinnati. We are happy about the commitment of the
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
The IRV has organized its first international judging seminar in Japan. Miriam Kaufmann - IRV Judging Officer - has teached 24 people in the disciplines of Straight-Line, Spiral and Vault. For the Team World Cup in Akita in April 2019, the Japan Rhoenrad Association (JRA) has applied for this judging seminar, to educate judges on an international level.
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 –