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When organizers of the Atlantis Crown Gymnastics Invitational, Al and Cindy Scharns, first hosted the annual event five years ago, the competition started out with just 300 athletes, and only featured female gymnasts.
Even though nearly 900 athletes participated this year's Atlantis Crown Invitational, organizers say thousands more will join the event as it grows over the next five years.
Like all of the other international sporting events that graced the shores of The Bahamas over the past few years, the Atlantis Crown Gymnastics Invitational has brought its share of visitors to the island since its inception back in 2010.
In an unprecedented move -- a first in the history of the sport of gymnastics locally -- one of the voting delegates in the Gymnastics Federation of The Bahamas' (GFB) election of officers, is seeking to have the results overturned and is calling the conduct of the elections, "a travesty of democracy".
The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Gymnastics Championships was recently held in Glasgow, Scotland. Only the best of the best from around the globe participated, as this was a qualifier for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Kianna Dean and Simone Hall both saw action over the weekend, as the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships got underway in Glasgow, Scotland.
The 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships will get underway this Friday in Glasgow, Scotland, but Bahamian gymnast Kianna Dean is already a winner.
Kianna Dean and Simone Hall will compete out of mixed group number two along with three Colombians and one athlete from Algeria as the team competition of the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships get underway on Friday in Glasgow, Scotland.