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Bull makes history in Tokyo

(25/07/2021)
Tyson Bull has made Australian Men’s Artistic Gymnastics history, qualifying for the Horizontal Bar final at the Tokyo Olympics last night. With an impressive score of 14.433, Bull is the first individual to make an apparatus final.

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Godwin and Whitehead to go head-to-head against world's best

(25/07/2021)
Australian fan-favourites, Georgia Godwin and Emily Whitehead are just hours away from taking to the Ariake Gymnastics Centre for the first time at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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Get to know Women's Artistic Gymnastics

(24/07/2021)
To ensure you can cheer both Georgia Godwin and Emily Whitehead on, we have put together this short, helpful guide on Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. Women’s Artistic Gymnastics is a Gymsport that sees gymnasts compete across four apparatus, combining s

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Raging Bull ready to go

(24/07/2021)
Tyson Bull will be the first Australian gymnast to take to the floor at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre in Tokyo on Saturday afternoon. The Horizontal Bar specialist will be part of the 2nd subdivision in Saturday’s qualification session, kicking off at

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Get to know Men's Artistic Gymnastics

(23/07/2021)
To refresh your memory or help you understand Men’s Artistic Gymnastics, we have you put together this helpful guide for you. Men’s Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) is a Gymsport that features gymnasts competing across six apparatus showcasing strength, end

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How a trip to Illinois landed Tyson Bull in Tokyo

(23/07/2021)
Born and raised in Melbourne, Horizontal Bar specialist, Tyson Bull is set to live his dream on Saturday afternoon at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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Gymnastics Australia statement regarding National Clubs Carnival

(23/07/2021)
With the current challenges that continue to be felt across the country due to the ever-evolving nature of COVID-19, Gymnastics Australia has made the incredibly difficult decision to cancel the 2021 National Clubs Gymnastics Carnival.

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Gymnastics provides a pathway to Tokyo

(22/07/2021)
While the gymnastics contingent of the Australian Olympic Team is the largest we have seen in nearly 60 years, there is a cohort of athletes who began their careers alongside our gymnasts and are now set to make their mark in another sport.

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Brisbane to host 2032 Olympic Games

(21/07/2021)
Gymnastics Australia is excited to welcome the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) decision to provide Brisbane the rights to host the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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Support staff and replacement athletes acknowledged ahead of Tokyo Olympic Games

(19/07/2021)
Gymnastics Australia would like to acknowledge the significant contributions from our Australian Olympic Team coaches, support staff coaches and replacement athletes ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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