Gymnastics ACT is disappointed to announce that all remaining state organised and endorsed events have been cancelled for 2021.
After much deliberation, and in consultation with participating States and Territories, Gymnastics Northern Territory (GNT) have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2021 Bigham Cup.
Committed to providing a safe, fun and inclusive environment where all participants feel welcome and are treated with respect, Gymnastics Australia has today launched its updated Inclusion Policy.
The ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic is causing significant challenges and having a great impact on the community, and we offer our support to our gymnastics clubs, athletes, administrators, and members during this difficult time.
Sport and Recreation Services (SRS) has the following four education and training sessions already open for applications in 2016 (places are limited and will be processed on a first-come-first serve basis.
The Gymnastics ACT Board is thrilled to announce that Luke Gaetani will be appointed Executive Officer of GACT.
TeamGym, FreeG and Performance Gymnasts from Canberra and NSW were back in action, at the GACT GFA State Championships over the weekend.
Gymnastics ACT acknowledges the release of “Change the Routine”, the Australian Human Rights Commission’s (AHRC) Report.
Following last’s week’s annual general meeting, the 2020 Annual Report is now available. Gymnastics ACT would like to recognise that the GACT board elected Megan Moss as the President of the association with Mick Rainey to continue as Vice President.