The first installment of Gymnastics Australia's weekly webinar series featured AIS Psychologist, Gemma Cross who spoke of the importance of looking after our own health and wellbeing during these difficult times.
Gymnastics Australia (GA) welcomes the announcement made by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games have been confirmed for July 2021.
The Government is acting decisively in the national interest to support households and businesses and address the significant economic consequences of the Coronavirus.
GA supports the decision made by the IOC and AOC to put the health and wellbeing of our athletes and their families as the number one priority.
Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected to the Australian team for the AER World Championships (WCH) and World Age Group Competition (WAGC) in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Gymnastics Australia acknowledges the new restrictions imposed by the Federal Government on Sunday 22 March, 2020 and recognise that this decision will result in gymnastics clubs across the country having to shut their doors.
The Federal Government has today (20 March 2020) imposed further restrictions on the capacity of indoor venues to include requiring a space of four-square metres per person.
At Gymnastics Australia, we are committed to supporting coaches and athletes during this difficult time.
Following today’s (19 March 2020) announcement by the Prime Minster to place further restrictions on non-essential indoor gatherings of more than 100 people, GA is working through the ramifications this will have on our clubs and association members.
The Australian Government has announced new community sport guidelines to combat the spread of COVID-19.