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How gymnastics has developed sassy and shy Jessie Rawson

(3/12/2020)
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

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New Summer Series - Get to know Olivia Feaver

(27/11/2020)
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

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Gymnasts given increased sport pathway opportunities

(25/11/2020)
Australia’s aspiring gymnasts will have increased support and opportunities to explore elite pathways in gymnastics and other sports thanks to a new program funded by the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and embedded within Gymnastics Australia.

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Gymnastics Australia's Body Positive Guidelines supporting athlete and community wellbeing

(24/11/2020)
Continuing the important work in the area of Athlete Wellbeing and Engagement, Gymnastics Australia has updated the Body Positive Guidelines.

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Updated Tokyo 2020 Olympic Nomination Criteria

(20/11/2020)
Gymnastics Australia have updated the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Nomination Criteria for all Olympic GymSports.

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Kitakyushu will host Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in 2021

(9/11/2020)
The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) is delighted to announce that the city of Kitakyushu in Japan will hold both the 50th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships and the 38th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in October 2021.

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Tea Tree Gully keeping kids active through KinderGym

(7/11/2020)
When Tea Tree Gully Gymsports, situated in Adelaide’s north-east, began their KinderGym program back in 1984, they only had a handful of parents enrolled in the program. Parents who were looking for something new and valuable to do with their young c

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2020 Athlete Retirements

(4/11/2020)
Gymnastics Australia would like to acknowledge the following gymnasts who have officially retired from Gymnastics in 2020.

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Gymnastics remains popular according to Sport Australia latest report

(2/11/2020)
Sport Australia has released the latest AusPlay survey participation data with a focus on the early impact of COVID-19 on sport and physical activity. Despite the report indicating that children bore the brunt of sports being forced to shut down duri

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Gymnastics Australia members ready to flex with launch of new Learning Management System

(29/10/2020)
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

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