Portimão is once again the international capital of rhythmic gymnastics
– May 3, 2023
The Rhythmic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup 2023 happens this weekend in Portimão’s Arena pavilion, starting this Friday.
Following the 30th International Tournament that took place this past weekend, the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup will take place between May 5 and 7, organised by the Portuguese Gymnastics Federation and Portimão’s city council.
May 5th will begin with Hoop and Ball qualifications starting at 10.30am, followed by lunch, and the Opening Ceremony for the Group Qualifications from 6.20pm to 8pm.
On Saturday, the Clubs and Ribbons qualifications will take place between 10.30am and 6pm, followed by lunch, and later by the Awards Ceremony starting at 6.05pm and ending at 8pm.
The Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup’s Individual Finals Award Ceremonies will begin at 3pm on the final day at Portimão Arena, ending with the Gala and closing ceremony from 7.35pm-8pm.
The full programme can be viewed here.
Admission is free upon ticket collection (tickets are available for children aged 3 and over).
Free tickets can be collected at the event’s venue, or at TEMPO – Portimão Municipal Theatre or Portimão’s Museum.
Children under 3 years old can enter the venue, waiving the need to present a ticket if they stay on your lap. If they occupy a seat, they must pick up a ticket (baby prams are not permitted in the venue).)