Young Dipa Karmarkar scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to win a medal at the Commonwealth Games 2014 after she bagged a bronze in the vault
Senior Artistic Gymnastics National at Ranchi (Jharkhand) from 21st to 23rd March, 2014 Junior Artistic Gymnastics National at Rajkot (Gujarat) from 28th to 30th March, 2014 Sub Junior Artistic Gymnastics National at
Chandigarh, July 30, 2011: Mr Jaspal Singh Kandhari was re-elected as the President of the Gymnastics Federation of India while Mr Kaushik Bidiwala was elected as the General Secretary at a keenly contested election. Mr
The Gymnastic Federation of India (GFI) pioneer of Gymnastic in India came in existence in the year 1951 with the main aims to encourages, promotes, control, and popularizes the competitive Gymnastic in the Union of India. The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) granted its affiliation to the Federation in the year of 1952. India, being the second most populated and the 7th Largest Country of the world, the Gymnastic Federation of India is an important Unit of the Federation of International gymnastic (FIG), Commonwealth Gymnastic Confederation (CGC) and Asian Gymnastic Union (AGU). The Federation was registered with the Registrar of Societies Delhi under Societies Registration Act, 1957 in the year 1966.
The Gymnastics Federation of India has become activity association with the Olympic Movement and has started participant in the Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, and the Asian Games and in the recognized International Championship/Cup/Competition in gymnastics. The Gymnastics Federation of India is an affiliated Unit of the FIG since 1952; GFI is the Founder Member of the CGC and AGU since its inception. The prominent track record of the Federation with there International Origination of gymnastics is an asset for India.Read More
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