West Australian duo accepted into coaching program

West Australian-based Women’s Artistic Gymnastics high-performance coaches, Josh Fabian and Dhana Antulov have recently been accepted into a High-Performance Coaching and Officials Program thanks to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultu
Your new, online store for all things gymnastics is here

We are excited to launch our new GymShop; your one-stop shop for all gymnastics products and merchandise. Developed in collaboration Special Event Merchandise (SEM), the GymShop is home to all event merchandise and accessories as well as educational
Gymnastics set to call the Gold Coast home for the next four years

Gymnastics Australia is excited to announce an extended partnership with Tourism Events Queensland and Major Events Gold Coast in a new four year agreement, announced today. The partnership will see the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre, home to t
Team Future Advanced Camp joined by dual Olympian Ashleigh Brennan

Members of the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) Team Future Advanced (TFA) pathways program recently attended an online camp featuring special guest, 2008 and 2012 Olympian, Ashleigh Brennan.
NextGEN Coaching Program

Applications for the NextGEN Accelerated Coaching Program 2020-2022 are now open.
Board Award Recipients

Congratulations to the following individuals who were recently received awards at the Gymnastics Australia Annual General Meeting held on 25 July 2020.
A message from CEO Kitty Chiller AM

This is a challenging time for our sport in so many ways as we continue to deal with COVID-19 and as we read and hear stories of our athlete’s time in the sport. I once again want to applaud everyone for their courage for speaking up. cover.JPG
2019 Gymnastics Australia Annual Report

Gymnastics Australia has released its 2019 Annual Report. The Report acknowledges the significant year 2019 as we recognised our 70th birthday and celebrated the rich history of our sport.
Athlete Wellbeing Paramount Amid Lockdown

As it became clear that Tokyo 2020 would be postponed for 12 months, GA’s High-Performance team worked tirelessly to provide support and care to all athletes; none more-so than Athlete Wellbeing & Engagement Manager, Kim Gray.
WAG High Performance Pathway Virtual Clinics

Recently the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) pathways team hosted an online, virtual clinic. The clinic was an overwhelming success, with more than 50 athletes from 29 programs attending the two-hour program.

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