Gymnastics Australia welcomes new Directors

Gymnastics Australia wishes to formally welcome the following three (3) Directors who were appointed at the Annual General Meeting held on 14 May, 2022.

Aussies take home Bronze in Portugal

Australia’s senior Acrobatic trio of Emily Cuddy, Erin Brooks and Isabelle Tarrant stunned the world, winning a Bronze medal at the FIG Maia World Cup in Portugal over the weekend.
Aerobic Gymnastics World Age and World Championships Team Announcement

Gymnastics Australia is delighted to announce the Aerobic Gymnastics athletes and officials selected to the Australian team for the 2022 World Age Group Competition, 10-12 June and 2022 World Championships 16-18 June 2022 in Guimaraes, Portugal.

Tasmanian Team announced for 2022 Australian Gymnastics Championships

Gymnastics Tasmania will be sending a team of 50 athletes to the Gold Coast for the 2022 Australian Gymnastics Championships from the 12- 23 May to compete in a range of both National and International competition across three gymsports – Women’s Art
2022 World University Games - Update

On Friday 6 May key stakeholders for the Chengdu 2021 FISU World University Games were advised that the Games would be postponed until 2023. This comes after an initial postponement from 2021 to 2022.
Gymnastics Australia appoints Alexandra Ash as Chief Executive Officer

Alexandra joins Gymnastics Australia from her role as Executive General Manager at Y Victoria where she has led the Recreation portfolio, operating 83 facilities throughout Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia including the leadership and operatio

Aerobic Gymnastics team announced for Czech Aerobic Open

Gymnastics Australia is delighted to announce the Aerobic Gymnastics team for the Czech Aerobic Open 2022, Prague, Czech Republic. Richard.jpg
Gymnastics Australia announces Chief Medical Officer and Lead Physio appointments

Gymnastics Australia is pleased to announce the appointments of Dr Richard Saw as Chief Medical Officer and Joshua Rigg as Lead Physio. These roles will be fulfilled as part of their ongoing roles with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).
Memorable debut for Australian Trio

Competing for the first time together, Australian Trio 1, made up by Olivia Feaver, Deborah Greenbaum and Annabel Muttdon finished in 7th place at the Cantanhede World Cup in Portugal. JRN Team.JPG
Weekend Wrap

In what was a bumper weekend of gymnastics that saw Australia represented in finals in three different gymsports. Congratulations to all our gymnasts and coaches for their incredible achievements.

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