Leon (magazine)

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description Sports magazine
Area of ​​Expertise do gymnastics
language German
publishing company LEON Verlag, Ostfildern
Headquarters Ostfildern
First edition 2000
Frequency of publication six times a year
Sold edition 3800 copies
Widespread edition 8000 copies
(Media data 2016)
Web link leon-magazin.de
ZDB 2018535-2

Leon (spelling: LEON *) is a German sports magazine on the subject of gymnastics . It bears the subtitle "specialist magazine for artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline gymnastics and sports acrobatics" and appears every two months.


The magazine has been published since 2000 as the follow-up to the magazine Olympisches Turnen aktuell and is named after the former Olympic gymnastics champion Leon Štukelj . It appears six times a year with a sold circulation of 3800 copies. The number of readers is given as 8000, the target group are athletes, coaches, trainers, referees, club and association officials (DTB and regional gymnastics associations).

The magazine annually selects the gymnast of the year.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Entry at fachzeitungen.de
  2. Media data 2016