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About 

Hong Kong

Federation Of

Aesthetic Group Gymnastics 

What is Aesthetic Group Gymnastics?

 

Aesthetic Group Gymnastics (AGG) is a discipline of gymnastics based on stylized, natural total body movement. The sport involves harmonious, rhythmic, and dynamic movements performed with economical and natural use of strength. There is a natural flow from one movement to the next, as if each new movement is created from the previous one. All movements must be performed fluently, showing amplitude and variety in the dynamics and speed.

Composition

The composition must contain versatile and varied body movements, such as body waves and swings, balances and pivots, jumps and leaps, dance steps, and lifts. Physical qualities such as flexibility, speed, strength, coordination, and ability to move effortlessly are required.

Teamwork

A competitive group consists of 6 to 10 gymnasts. Teamwork and unity are essential. Choreography using expressive interpretation of music through movements creates a story.

AGG is art, expression and feelings combined into a high level competitive sport.

 

Who are we?

 

Our organization, known as the Hong Kong, China Aesthetic Gymnastics Federation , was founded in 2013 with the assistance of the Hong Kong King’s Sports Association and a group of individuals who have a deep passion for Aesthetic Group Gymnastics. Our primary objective is to drive the growth and development of Aesthetic Group Gymnastics in our local community. The association is a non-profit organization that is supported by several dedicated individuals from the community, without any government assistance.

 

Mission:

 

  • to promote the sport of AGG;

  • to develop and nurture gymnasts to represent Hong Kong, China to compete in international competition

  • to coordinate competitions and events;

  • to develop and maintain the rules of AGG in HK & follow international rules;

  • to develop training materials and educational programs for coaches and judges;

  • to foster cooperative relations with other organizations

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