George Gutercz, president of the European Gymnastics Federation and longtime Vice President of the French Gymnastics Association, will become the candidate for the chair of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG). This is the official announcement by the French Gymnastics Association on Thursday (January 22). George Gurtz, 67, contributes his life to gymnastics. He represented the French team at the Munich Olympics in 1972. After retiring, he served as coach and director of the French Nantes Gymnastics Club. Since World War II, George Guletz is France's first candidate to be elected to the International Gymnastic Federation. His goal is to replace Bruno (Italy), chairman of the upcoming International Gymnastics Federation. Bruno announced in October 2014 that he would not participate in the election of the next president of the International Gymnastics Federation. In other words, he gave up his sixth re-election.
"I'm sure our candidate George Gutercz will be a prominent president of the International Gymnastic Federation." Blatter, the chairman of the French Gymnastics Association, commented George Guterz, "He is in France and He has 35 years of working experience in international gymnastics, has enough management experience and level of gymnastics, and has his unique thoughts and thoughts. "
He plans to elaborate on the outline and vision of his campaign at a relevant conference held at the European Championships in Gymnastics in April 2015 (France). "I want to bring about some changes and changes to make gymnastics tomorrow and future more realistic." He said, "Do not stay in the gym, traditionally, I want to modify the current gymnastics competition rules to make the gymnastics even more Competitive and make gymnastics more appealing to viewers, sponsors and the media. "The election of the new president of the International Gymnastics Federation will take place in the fall of 2016 at the International Gymnastics Federation Congress in Tokyo, Japan.
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