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February, 25 2014 14:00:00

Gymnasts to show off skills in international tournaments

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HA NOI (VNS) — The national gymnastics team will participate in four tournaments in March and April.

The athletes will be divided in two squads. One squad will participate in the ART Cottbus 38th Turnier Der Meister World Challenge Cup, which will be organised between March 13 and 17 in Cottbus, Germany. The other group will take part in the RG Debrecen World Cup (Category B), to be held between March 14 and 17 in Debrecen, Hungary.

The main challenges for the gymnasts are the ART Doha World Challenge Cup, to be held between March 26 and 29 in Qatar, and Slovenia's ART Ljubljana World Challenge Cup, to be held between April 18 and 21. — VNS

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