Gymnastics Australia has recently approved it’s 2021 Anti-Doping Policy which comes into effect on 1 January 2021.
All members, participants and non-participants in the sport of Gymnastics Australia are bound by these rules. This includes athletes
In our second installment of our new summer series, we get to know Senior International Trampoline Gymnast, Dominic Clarke.
On Wednesday, 2 December, we hosted our final webinar for 2020, where we discussed the changes that will come into effect on the 2010 Fitness Industry Award in 2021 and beyond.
In part one of our series with Clay Stephens, we explore the highs and lows of recovery following a heart-breaking knee injury, and the impact COVID-19 has had on his college lifestyle in the USA.
For 15 year old Jessie Rawson nothing, including having Down Syndrome is going to stop her from living her dream on competing at the Special Olympics. Having grown up watching her sister train at Geelong YMCA and watching other gymnasts perform their
As you may be aware, Gymnastics Australia has been working with other National Sporting Organisations and K&L Gates to advocate on behalf of our sport and clubs throughout the review of. This review is now complete, and the 2020 Fitness Industry Awar
In our new summer series, we introduce to some of our National Squad members. First up we Get to Know, current National Champion in Aerobic Gymnastics, Olivia Feaver
Gymnastics Australia would like to acknowledge the following gymnasts who have officially retired from Gymnastics in 2020.
Gymnastics Australia members ready to flex with launch of new Learning Management System.
The bespoke LMS, affectionately known as Flex, will be a one-stop shop where gymnastics members can work on their courses, upload assessment tasks, enrol in w
For Bob Jackson, gymnastics is not about winning medals or achieving personal bests, it is simply about being active and enjoying what he does.