World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2022 is going to open its door on Saturday,29 October 2022. This promising event will continue from 29 October 2022 to November 6, 2022. This exciting and global event w’ll be held at Liverpool Arena, in Liverpool United Kingdom has a three-time reputation to host this Pre – Qualifying event mega event of the Olympics, U.K. obtained the reputation to host this event in 1993 at Birmingham.
Tournament Viewing Info
- Start date: October 29, 2022
- End date: November 6, 2022
- Where: Liverpool Arena
- TV: NBC
- Streams Anywhere: OolaTV
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The 2022 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships will be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom at the Liverpool Arena, from October 29 – November 6. Team and individual medalists will be decided November 1-6. The women’s team champion will be crowned Tuesday, November 1 at 2:30 p.m. ET. The men’s team final is set for Wednesday at 1:40 p.m. ET. The women’s all-around final will play out Thursday at 2:45 p.m. ET, The World Artistic Gymnastics championships 2022 Live Stream in Anywhere can catch the action on the OolaTV Day Pass.
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In 2009, they hosted it in 2009 and also in 2015 at Glasgow. In 2022 U.K. is going to be the fourth time hosting country to occupies this World Artistic Gymnastic event 2022. Majority of the nations Participate to this Artistic event at the top three w’ll be Qualifying for t he greatest show of Olympic event. Actually this Artistic Gymnastic event is treated to the pre-qualifying event for the Olympic game whice later on going to set on 2024 at Pairs,France. It’s notable that Russia and Belarus has already banned for this event due to the invasion of Russia and Ukraine. The top three team of every event w’ll be qualifying for the Olympic game. So, certainly it’s an another mega event for the Worldwide Gymnastic Championship (2021) was held in Kitakyushu, Japan. It started from October 18,2021 and ended at November 24,2021. Globally this Artistic event w’ll be an another field to prove themselves the fittest for the Gymnastic for every Athlete.
This Artistic Gymnastic World Championship are the World Championship for Artistic Gymnastic Government by the federation International de Gymnastic. This event was first introduced in 1903 exclusively for male Gymnastics. But later on in 1934 Woman’s were also included to this artistic event. The first competition ever actually referred to as a World Championship was a competition held in 1931, that while referred to in an Officially FIG publication as the First Artistic man’s World Championship. Although the FIG had changed it’s name from the FEG back in 1921, changed its from FIG back in 2021.the true International nature of the sports would not start to change at the World Championship event until a substantially later time.
The most successful nation, of this Artistic Gymnastic World is Russia and China and United States is the third most Successful country. But fortunately or unfortunately Russia is going to miss this classical event due to the Battle of Ukrainian. But undoubtedly it’s to b e a great show for the world athletes and they will be try their best to serve their ability to this greatest event.
2022 World Artistic Gymnastics championships TV Schedule
Saturday, 29 October
- Women’s qualifying (Belgium, United States, Romania, Spain)
Sunday, 30 October
- Women’s qualifying (Korea, Ukraine, Sweden, Australia, Hungary, Canada, China, Mexico, France)
- Women’s qualifying (Finland, Netherlands, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Chinese Taipei, Egypt, Great Britain, Austria)
Monday, 31 October
- Men’s qualifying (Austria, United States, Canada, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Korea, Great Britain, China, Spain, Japan, Ukraine, Romania, Netherlands, Italy, Colombia, Brazil)
- Men’s qualifying (Turkey, Egypt, Germany, Belgium, Australia, France, Hungary)
Tuesday, 1 November
- Women’s team final
Wednesday, 2 November
- Men’s team final
Thursday, 3 November
- Women’s all-around final
Friday, 4 November
- Men’s all-around final
Saturday, 5 November
- Apparatus finals, day 1
Sunday, 6 November
- Apparatus finals, day 2