Rhythmic Gymnastics duo to represent South Africa | FIG World Challenge Cup 2019

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SA TEAM from Left: Lilica Burger and Chante Du Toit

27 August 2019. The FIG World Challenge Cup 2019 for Rhythmic Gymnastics commences from 30th August to 1st September 2019 at the Gymnastics Centre in Kazan.

Representing South Africa will be two senior rhythmic gymnasts, Lilica Burger and Chante Du Toit. The competition arena is to be filled with about 150 top gymnasts from 34 countries battling for titles at the Individual and Group competitions.

The South African coach will be Tatiana Lavrenchuk and judging at this prestigious event will be Ninette Duvenhage.

SA Gymnastics wishes the entire Team all the best, results will be published here when available.

Below is the Provision Schedule for the event:

Wednesday, 28 August:

 

Arrival, accreditation at the Gymnastics Centre
Thursday, 29 August: Training, orientation meeting
Judges’ Instruction
Friday, 30 August: Training
Judges’ Draw
Opening Ceremony
Qualifications Individual – Hoop & Ball
Break
Judges’ Draw
Qualifications Groups – 5 Balls
 
Saturday, 31 August: Training
Judges’ Draw
Qualifications Individual – Clubs & Ribbon
Break
Judges’ Draw
Qualifications Groups – 3 Hoops & 2 pairs of Clubs
Awarding ceremony – All-Around World Challenge Cup
Sunday, 01 September: Judges’ Draw
Finals Individual – Hoop
  Finals Individual – Ball 
  Finals Groups – 5 Balls
  Break 
  Finals Individual – Clubs 
  Finals Individual – Ribbon 
  Finals Groups – 3 Hoops & 2 pairs of Clubs
  Awarding ceremony – World Challenge Cup Finals
  Gala and Closing Ceremony
  Closing Dinner
02 September: Departure of the delegations