Georges Guelzec has been re-elected as president of the UEG, the European Union of Gymnastics, and will serve a second four-year term.
The 67-year-old Frenchman was re-elected unopposed at the UEG general assembly in Portoroz, Slovenia, picking up 40 of the 41 votes on offer.
Malin Eggerts Forsmark of Sweden and Ruidi Hediger of Switzerland were re-elected as vice-presidents, while Azerbaijan's Fahrid Gayibov was elected as a vice-president for the first time.
Romania's Adrian Stoica and Luxembourg's Paolo Frising were unsuccessful in the vice-presidents ballot.
Guelzec, a former gymnast with more than 45 years of experience of sports administration, was elected president of the UEG four years ago, narrowly defeating then incumbent Dimitrios Dimitropoulos.