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.
Gymnastics Australia in association with our State and Territory Associations have developed a campaign to help clubs get their members back in their doors and #BounceBackIntoGymnastics.
When many used the COVID-19 closure of clubs to rest and recharge, young Rhythmic Gymnast, Lidiia Iakovleva took the opportunity to showcase her skills and mentor gymnasts from across Australia and New Zealand.
Having made her mark at the World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany last year, Talia Folino is looking to take her career to the next level by heading to the big apple.
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.
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.
In the ninth week of our club support webinar series, we were joined by GA Chief Medical Officer, Dr Kathy Yu and Chair of the Athletes Commission and physiotherapist, Sam Offord to discuss the National Principles - Return to Training Guidelines.
The final edition of our weekly webinar series discussed the importance of developing a COVID-19 Safety Plan and appointing a COVID-19 Safety Coordinator to ensure all appropriate safety measures are followed.
Gymnastics Australia have recently launched the updated Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) app, while the Men's Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) app has been reduced in price, both are now available on iOS and Android app stores.
Following an initial two-year tenure, Gymnastics Australia CEO Kitty Chiller AM has been re-appointed to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athlete’s Entourage Commission, recently announced by IOC President, Thomas Bach.