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2023 European Youth Olympic Festival: Men's Gymnastics

Updated: Jul 23, 2023

The European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) is a biennial multi-sport event for junior athletes aged 14 - 18 [Note: the 2021 EYOF was postponed to 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic]. This year, athletes from 48 countries will gather in Maribor, Slovenia to fight for a spot on the podium.

It's common to see a few athletes from EYOF that become household names within the gymnastics community. Illia Kovtun, Joe Fraser, and Nile Wilson are just a few of those who won gold medals at their respective EYOF and continued on to success in the senior ranks.

This year, Armenia's Hamlet Manukyan and France's Anthony Mansard are among those favored to take home gold in the all-around. Though he missed the all-around podium in Turkey, Manukyan managed to take home gold at the 2023 Junior World Gymnastics Championships on pommel horse and still rings.

For a full list of competitors, click here.

2023 EYOF Gymnastics ScheduleQualifications10:00 am1:45 pm



GMT+2 (Slovenia)


Tuesday, July 25

Qualifications 1

10:00 am

4:00 am

Tuesday, July 25

Qualifications 2

1:45 pm

7:45 am

Tuesday, July 25

Qualifications 3

4:45 pm

10:45 am

Tuesday, July 25

Team and AA Final Medal Ceremony

7:05 pm

1:05 pm

Friday, July 28

Floor, Pommel Horse, and Still Rings Finals

2:00 pm

8:00 am

Saturday, July 29

Vault, Parallel Bars, and High Bar Finals

2:00 pm

8:00 am

How to Watch the 2023 European Youth Olympic Festival?

  • EYOF has its own streaming platform where the events will be live-streamed. You can find their link here.

  • The new gymnastics app, Elevian, has also been reported to host videos and results from EYOF. Make sure to download it before the competition.

  • Smart Scoring will be used to post results.

  • EYOF 2023 has its own app which will also have results!

Any updates will be posted here as information becomes available.

Article by: Kensley Behel


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