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Kanazawa City Public Gymnasium / Trampoline

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・Kanazawa City Sougou Gymnasium, Gymnasium No. 1
Facility area(Width):111.00m
Facility area(Length):80.00m
Competition area(Width):40.00m
Competition area(Length):60.00m
Ceiling height:13.75m
Maximum lighting intensity:1800lux
Competition floor:Wood
Line markings:Paint

Trampoline
Number of trampolines:2
Competition area (longitudinal):40.00m
Competition area (horizontal):60.00m
Height until ceiling:13.75m

Weightlifting
Number of platforms:1

・Kanazawa City Sougou Gymnasium, Gymnasium No. 2
Facility area(Width):111.00m
Facility area(Length):80.00m
Competition area(Width):24.00m
Competition area(Length):32.00m
Ceiling height:12.75m
Maximum lighting intensity:1200lux
Competition floor:Wood
Line markings:Paint

Weightlifting
Number of platforms:2

・Kanazawa City Sougou Gymnasium, Gymnasium No. 3
Facility area(Width):111.00m
Facility area(Length):80.00m
Competition area(Width):40.00m
Competition area(Length):14.70m
Ceiling height:10.25m
Maximum lighting intensity:1200lux
Competition floor:Wood
Line markings: Paint

Trampoline
Number of trampolines:2
Competition area (longitudinal):24.00m
Competition area (horizontal):14.70m
Height until ceiling:10.25m

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Main events previously held

・ Rhythmic Gymnastics Winter Festival in Kanazawa
(in years 2005-2008)
・ Selection meet for the National Senior High School
Weight Lifting Championships (in years 2006-2015)

NEWS & TOPICS

2018/12/13

★NEW★ Excellent performance by athletes from Ishikawa Prefecture at the 2018 FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships

On November 10th 2018, Ishikawa native athletes Hikaru Mori (1st year sudent of Kanazawa Gakuin University) and Megu Uyama (former student of Kanazawa Gakuin University) won the 1st gold medal in Women's synchronised trampolining at the 2018 FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Cha...

2016/11/11

Ishikawa Native Olympians participate in 11th Ishikawa Children's Long-Distance Relay Race

On November 3rd, a long-distance relay race was held in the Ishikawa Track and Field Stadium, in which about 1,200 Ishikawa elementary school students participated. Daisuke Nakata, who represented Japan Men's Trampoline at the Sydney Olympics, and Mai Nakagawa, who represented...

2016/10/18

Advertising Ishikawa prefecture as a location for pre-games training camps at an International Gymnastics Federation assembly

On October 18th, 4 cities--Kanazawa, Komatsu, Wajima and Hakusan, which are the candidate locations for the Trampoline training camp--and Ishikawa Prefecture ran a booth at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) General Assembly held at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba Hotel to...

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