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26 Jul 2014 Australia's rhythmic gymnasts in Commonwealth Games final
24 Jul 2014 Offord appointed to Athletes' Commission
18 Jul 2014 Olivia's Glasgow Diary - Final Camp
18 Jul 2014 Inaugural Team Future Advance Camp held in Canberra
18 Jul 2014 National Squads Announced
18 Jul 2014 Rhythmic gymnasts to challenge kiwis
18 Jul 2014 There's only one week to go until the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games!
18 Jul 2014 Australian athletes excel in South Africa
16 Jul 2014 Australia's Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Gymnastics Team
14 Mar 2014 Welcome to Gymnastics Australia's Learning Management System
 

Australia's rhythmic gymnasts in Commonwealth Games final

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Rhythmic gymnasts Danielle Prince (QLD) and Jaelle Cohen (NSW) have finished in ninth and 14th position in the Individual All Around final following the second day of competition at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Prince, a gold medallist at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, led the Australian team with a score of 51.725. Prince, 22, was one of the most athletic gymnasts on the floor, performing four graceful routines and achieving a personal top score for the event of 13.325 for clubs, as well as finishing 7th for her clubs and ribbon performances.

Finishing strongly in her Commonwealth Games debut, Cohen shone in her hoop routine to achieve her highest score of the day (12.050) and end on a final score of 47.050.

Australian teammate 16-year-old Amy Quinn (WA) finished in the qualifying competition on day one in 21st position overall (45.975).

Competition favourite from Canada, Patricia Bezzoubenko, received the gold medal with an overall score of 59.175. Welsh teammates Francesca Jones (57.350) and Laura Halford (56.225) took out silver and bronze.

 

Offord appointed to Athletes' Commission

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Former Men's Artistic Gymnastics champion and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sam Offord has been appointed to the Athletes' Commission as the Men's Artistic representative.

Offord joins existing Commission members: Ashleigh Brennan (WAG), Janine Murray (RG), Jarrod Spear (TRP), Jessica Larsen (ACR) and Lauren Mitchell (ex-officio).

Gymnastics Australia believes that athletes, past and present, can make a very valuable contribution to our sport and it was for this reason that the Athletes' Commission was established.

Significantly, the Athletes' Commission seeks to establish open lines of communication with athletes to identify issues relevant to the various Gymsports that need to be addressed.

More information about the Athletes' Commission is available on the Gymnastics Australia website.

 

Olivia's Glasgow Diary - Final Camp

Olivia Vivian, Friday, 18 July 2014

Guess who's back back back, back again gain gain, the team is back back back, to flip and bend bend bend!

On the first day of camp it felt like we never left. All seven of us girls know each other so well now and it's truly a much anticipated reunion when we're all in the same place again.

Camp started with Larrissa Miller and I turning another year older. Not too sure if I'm wiser, but the point that I'm now a quarter of a century old was made very apparent.

We are fortunate enough to be staying in the new residence which has a fridge, microwave and kettle. This means we have all resorted to having porridge or cereal in our rooms for breakfast, instead of braving the 'fresh' cold air outside when traveling to the dining hall. We think it's very 'ingenious' of us to come up with such an idea that gives us more precious minutes inside our warm cozy beds.

Plus Riss and I can talk to each other like zombies when eating breakfast and the whole institute doesn't have to witness it! Some things just shouldn't be done in public places!

To add to the great accommodation, our training has gone really well also. Everyone has come in to camp prepared and motivated to give it their all. It was awesome to see some upgrades the reserves have made on vault. And it was nice to see Mary-Anne back swinging on Bars.

It's highly motivating when we all come together and train in the same gym. The level of support and encouragement we give each other helps push one another to step things up and commit to one common goal. And even though there's only seven of us here right now, soon to be five, we all still feel the presence of the other five remaining seniors!

All twelve of us seniors have formed a special bond and taken on a 'One Team' mentality, so even when only some of us are here at camp, we can feel the support of the other members, minus their physical absence.

The five of us selected to compete in Glasgow understand that it took the whole village to get us here and sincerely can't wait to get out there and perform on behalf of the entire Australian gymnastics community.

 

Inaugural Team Future Advance Camp held in Canberra

Friday, 18 July 2014

Representing five different training gyms from around the country, 15 gymnasts aged 12-13 years earned the right to attend the first ever Team Future Advance Camp.

Having been selected as a result of their outstanding results on the IDEAL skills test recorded in the first half of 2014, the camp was a mixture of training and other fun and educational activities. The gymnasts were also fortunate enough to observe our Commonwealth Games team training whilst at camp.

Led by Gymnastics Australia's National Pathways Team of Jo Richards and Alexis Lebedew, each of the gymnasts' personal coaches were also in attendance. The athletes and coaches had many great experiences during the four day camp including:
• Six action packed training sessions where the girls worked really hard on their targeted skills; 
• National Coach Peggy Liddick hosted a gymnastics video session. The girls and coaches studied the performance standards for various different skills – figuring out why different skills get ‘paid’ while others don’t;
• Senior National Team gymnasts Georgia Godwin, Lauren Mitchell and Olivia Vivian came into the gym and trained alongside the girls and gave them a few helpful tips to assist their training – we have a few budding coaches there! In the evening the girls had a great session where the campers asked the three seniors ’20 questions’ about their gymnastics journey. The session culminated in Olivia and Lauren delivering fabulous talks about ‘What would I tell my teenage self’ – a terrific learning opportunity for the young gymnasts;
• Educational group activities to help their training – they studied self-regulation techniques, communication strategies and learnt tips to help deal with frustration;
• Peggy led a discussion with the girls regarding ‘Let’s get organised - behaviours of a high level gymnast’;
• The girls relaxed in the AIS recovery centre and received some injury prevention information from Australian team Physio Wendy Braybon. All of the girls performed very well in their physical testing. Well done to Lily Gresele (WAIS) who was the most physically prepared athlete at the camp;
• The girls performed a show of all the skills they are learning in the ‘National Direction’ – please watch and enjoy the video; and
• When the coaches were not busy with their gymnasts they used every spare moment in workshops with GA WAG High Performance Manager Liz Chetkovich working on their Individual Athlete Plans and Tracking.

Also held in parallel was a Gymnastics Choreographers workshop which was facilitated by gymnastics artistic preparation specialists Lisa Bradley and Stacey Umeh. The group of choreographers studied the art or choreography, building dance skills, basics for ballet barre and beam dance and much more. Special thanks to Grace, Katherine, Kate and Jude for taking the time and interest to further their knowledge.

Thanks very much to all the staff who helped out during the camp, including GA staff Liz Chetkovich, Peggy Liddick; Choreographers Lisa and Stacey; the AIS pathways team Juanita and Daniel, WAIS sports psych Shayne Hantz and physio Wendy Braybon.

The next Team Future Advance Camp will be held at the AIS December 12-16, 2014.

For more information regarding this area in the Women’s High Performance Program please contact Jo Richards, jrichards@gymnastics.org.au.

 

National Squads Announced

Friday, 18 July 2014

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected as members of the 2014 National Squad in their respective Gymsports.

Women's Artistic Gymnastics Senior National Squad  
Georgia Godwin Gymnastics Queensland High Performance Centre QLD
Larrissa Miller Waverley Gymnastics Centre / Victorian Institute of Sport VIC
Lauren Mitchell  Western Australian Institute of Sport WA
Emma Nedov YMCA High Performance Centre NSW
     
Women's Artistic Gymnastics Junior National Squad  
Darcy Norman Western Australian Institute of Sport WA
Paige James Western Australian Institute of Sport WA
Alysha Djuric Waverley Gymnastics Centre VIC
     
Rhythmic Gymnastics Senior National Squad  
Danielle Prince Moreton Bay College Gymnastics QLD
Amy Quinn Rhythmic Gymnastics Academy WA
Jaelle Cohen Meriden Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW
Scarlett Hankins Moreton Bay College Gymnastics QLD
Zoe Ormrod Moreton Bay College Gymnastics QLD
     
Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior National Squad  
Tara Wilkie MLC School Gymnastics NSW
Emma Chan Abbotsleigh Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW
Maya Bennett Moreton Bay College Gymnastics QLD
YingCui Chan Ruyton Rhythmic Gymnastics VIC
     
Men's Artistic Gymnastics Senior National Squad  
Naoya Tsukahara Gymnastics Queensland High Performance Centre QLD
Prashanth Sellathurai Sydney Olympic Park Gymnastics Club NSW
Luke Wiwatowski Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Michael Mercieca Gymnastics Queensland High Performance Centre QLD
Jayden Bull Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Luke Wadsworth Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Mitchell Morgans Gymnastics Queensland High Performance Centre QLD
Sean O'Hara Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Jack Rickards Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Kent Pieterse Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Trenten Wan Gymnastics Queensland High Performance Centre QLD
Chris Remkes GYM-JETS - Gymnastics SA SA
Tyson Bull Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Declan Stacey Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Max Woloszyn Northern Districts Gymnastic Club Inc WA
James Bacueti Woden Valley Gymnastics Club ACT
Mitchell Jones Gymnastics Queensland High Performance Centre QLD
     
Men's Artistic Gymnastics  Junior National Squad  
Clay Stephens GYM-JETS - Gymnastics SA SA
Gabe O'Sullivan Northern Districts Gymnastic Club Inc WA
Scott Brooks Victorian Men's High Performance Centre VIC
Joshua Di Nucci Vital Gymnastics WA
     
Acrobatic Gymnastics Senior National Squad  
Senior Women's Group    
Elodie Rousseau, Elizabeth Jacobs, Amy Lang Robertson Gymnastics Academy QLD 
Amber Kaldor, Mei Hubnik, Madison Chan SXL Gymnastics Coaching NSW
     
Acrobatic Gymnastics Junior National Squad  
11 - 16 Women's Pair    
Jodie Sim, Millie Hurst  SXL Gymnastics Coaching NSW
Eloise Dwyer, Zoe Mills Gladesville RSL Gymnastics NSW
11 - 16 Women's Group    
Maddison Lacey, Mikayla Stephens, Jessica Adams Oak Flats Gymnasium Club NSW
Jillian Connor, Sarah Hemmings, Layla Kaorouz Sydney Gymnastics Centre NSW
Sophie Castrisos, Samantha Murphy, Jacqueline Gibson SXL Gymnastics Coaching NSW
12 - 18 Mixed Pair    
Perry Drakopoulos, Tara Sahagian SXL Gymnastics Coaching NSW
Mackenzie Levin, Aiden Lerch Acrogym NSW
12 - 18 Women's Group    
Oceane Rousseau, Laura Margrie, Tianye Boorman Robertson Gymnastics Academy QLD
Mattea Burello, Taylah Kinshela, Sophie Pennefather Mitchelton Youth Club QLD


Each of the National Squads seeks to identify athletes with the potential to contribute to Australia's High Performance targets in the 2013 - 2016 cycle.

 

Rhythmic gymnasts to challenge kiwis

Friday, 18 July 2014

Congratulations to the following Rhythmic Gymnastics athletes who have been selected to represent Australia at the New Zealand Championships in October.

Yaroslava Leonova Mitcham Rhythmic Gymnastic Club Inc SA Level 7
Annelise Harper Abbotsleigh Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW Level 7
Alisa Buglak Venia Gymsports Inc SA Level 7
Tiah McLaren* Logan City PCYC QLD Level 7
       
Anna Stewart Meriden Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW Level 7 Junior
Samara Farrell Venia Gymsports Inc SA Level 7 Junior
       
Heather Blakeway Logan City PCYC QLD Level 8
Emma Roberts Mitcham Rhythmic Gymnastic Club Inc SA Level 8
Charlotte Wong Abbotsleigh Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW Level 8
Nicole Huzevka* Abbotsleigh Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW Level 8
       
Audrey Freeman Meriden Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW Level 8 Junior
Alexandra Kiroi Prahran Rhythmic Gymnastics VIC Level 8 Junior
Ashari Gill Prahran Rhythmic Gymnastics VIC Level 8 Junior
Hayley Baulderstone* Chatswood Nth Ryde Rhythmic Gymnastics Pty Ltd NSW Level 8 Junior
       
Elizabeth Inaba-Hill Mitcham Rhythmic Gymnastic Club Inc SA Level 9 & Level 9 Junior
Alexandra Eedle Meriden Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre NSW Level 9 & Level 9 Junior
Kira Millikan Mitcham Rhythmic Gymnastic Club Inc SA Level 9 & Level 9 Junior
Jayde Ormsby* Tanjule Rhythmic Gymnastics Club Inc SA Level 9 & Level 9 Junior
       
Anna Karaganova Holdfast Bay Rhythmic Gymnastics SA Level 10
Erin Marshall Moreton Bay College Gymnastics QLD Level 10
Emily Abbot Venia Gymsports Inc SA Level 10
Vera Chalneva* Queanbeyan YMCA Youth Club NSW Level 10
       
Danielle Leray   NSW Coach
Song-Hee Schumacher   NSW Coach
Michaela Pendleton   NSW Coach
Kate Johnson   SA Coach
Olga Buglak   SA Coach
       
Michaela Pendleton   NSW Judge
Joy Millard   NSW Judge
Catherine Western   NSW Judge
*Non-Travelling Reserve      
 

There's only one week to go until the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games!

Friday, 18 July 2014

After countless hours of dedication, commitment, and mental and physical training and preparation, our Australian Gymnastics teams are ready to compete against the best in the Commonwealth when the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games start in just one week!

Warm up with the ONE broadcast of the 2014 Australian Gymnastics Championships
This Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July from 3.00pm – 4.00pm ONE will broadcast highlights from the 2014 Australian Gymnastics Championships. Tune in to watch your favourite Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics athletes perform and get warmed up for the Commonwealth Games action to come.

Our Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games gymnastics teams

Rhythmic Gymnastics

L-R: Amy Quinn, Jaelle Cohen and Danielle Prince

The Rhythmic Gymnastics team will leave for Glasgow at the end of this week, kicking off the Games’ gymnastics competition from Thursday 24 July. Meet the team below.

Jaelle Cohen (NSW)
Danielle Prince (QLD)
Amy Quinn (WA)
Coach: Gina Peluso

Men's Artistic Gymnastics

L-R: Kent Pieterse, Jack Rickards, Sean O'Hara and Luke Wadsworth (not pictured: Naoya Tsukahara).

Our Men’s Artistic Gymnastics team, are training in London at present before their competition starts on Monday 28 July. Get to know the team in their profiles below.

Sean O’Hara (VIC)
Kent Pieterse (VIC)
Jack Rickards (VIC)
Naoya Tsukahara (QLD)
Luke Wadsworth (VIC)
Coaches: John Curtin, Men’s Artistic Gymnastics National Coach and Greg Corsiglia

Women's Artistic Gymnastics

L-R: Lauren Mitchell, Olivia Vivian, Georgia-Rose Brown, Larrissa Miller and Mary-Anne Monckton

The Women’s Artistic Gymnastics team are at a final training camp at the AIS in Canberra this week, before leaving for Glasgow next week and starting competition on Monday 28 July. The team includes:

Georgia-Rose Brown (VIC)
Larrissa Miller (VIC)
Lauren Mitchell (WA)
Mary-Anne Monckton (VIC)
Olivia Vivian (WA)
Coaches: Peggy Liddick, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics National Coach and Martine George

Stay in the loop
Gymnastics Australia will be keeping a close eye on the performances of our athletes at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Stay tuned to our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts for guest blogs, performance updates and live commentary from current and former gymnasts. You can follow all the action by using our special Games hashtag #unlochgym.

Watch
Our athletes will be performing at the below Australian Eastern Standard Times. Visit our Facebook page for quick hits commentary and watch TEN's coverage on TV channels TEN and ONE, online and on their tablet and smart phone apps.

Thursday 24 July
Rhythmic Gymnastics Team Final and Individual Qualification
21.00pm – 25 July 1.00am AEST

Friday 25 July
Rhythmic Gymnastics Team Final and Individual Qualification
3.00am – 7.30am AEST

Rhythmic Gymnastics Individual All Around Final
22.30pm – 26 July 2.30am AEST

Saturday 26 July
Rhythmic Gymnastics Apparatus Finals
18.30pm – 21.30pm AEST

Monday 28 July
Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Team Final and Individual Qualification: Floor, Pommel and Rings
21.50pm – 23.19pm AEST

Tuesday 29 July
Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Team Final and Individual Qualification: Vault and Uneven Bars
4.02am – 6.57am AEST

Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Team Final and Individual Qualification: Vault, Parallel Bars and High Bar
19.32pm – 22.03pm AEST

Wednesday 30 July
Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Team Final and Individual Qualification: Beam and Floor
1.30am – 3.30am AEST

Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Individual All Around Final
22.00pm – 31 July 1.30am AEST

Thursday 31 July
Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Individual All Around Final
3.30am – 7.15am AEST

Friday 1 August
Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Apparatus Finals: Floor, Pommel and Rings
12.00am – 4.00am AEST

Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Apparatus Finals: Vault and Uneven Bars
12.00am – 4.00am AEST

Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Apparatus Finals: Vault, Parallel Bars and High Bar
23.00pm - 2 August 1.00am AEST

Women's Artistic Gymnastics Apparatus Finals: Beam and Floor
23.00pm - 2 August 1.00am AEST

In the media
Check out some of the recent media featuring our Commonwealth Games team.

Nine MSN: Karl takes a tumble on Today
The Sydney Morning Herald: Broken bones no obstacle for 'grandma' of gymnastics team
Wide World of Sports: Mitchell eyes gymnastics record medal haul
ABC Grandstand Sport: Commonwealth Games: Australian gymnastics set to thrive despite injury crisis, say coach Greg Corsiglia

Good luck to our Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games gymnastics teams!
 

 
Our Rhythmic Gymnastics team is ready to compete at Glasgow 2014 - meet the team. Meet the Men's Artistic Gymnastics team that will represent Australia at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Read our preview of our Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Women's Artistic Gymnastics team. 
 

Australian athletes excel in South Africa

Friday, 18 July 2014

Congratulations to our Men's Artistic Gymnastics athletes who represented Australia at the South African Artistic High Performance Nationals over the weekend.

The gymnasts competing at the event achieved stand out results with Jack Glendenning, placing first in the All Around competition with teammate Brayden James finishing in third. Also competing in the Level 8 (13-15) event were Rasmus Breth-Petersen and Cory Hitchens who finished fourth and fifth respectively.

Meanwhile in the Level 8 (16 & O) event, Australian gymnast Hayden Greenough, placed first in the All Around competition with teammates Adam Falzarano & Daniel Bell in second and third place respectively.

In the Senior Open All Around competition, Jay Pery finished fifth and also placed fourth on Pommel Horse and Parallel Bars.

A complete summary of each athlete's results is listed below.

Name Division Floor Pommel Horse Rings Vault Parallel Bars High Bar All Around
Jack Glendenning Level 8 (13 - 15) 12.800 / 3rd 12.550 / 1st 11.950 / 1st 13.500 / 1st 12.600 / 2nd 10.700 / 7th 74.100 / 1st
Brayden James Level 8 (13 - 15) 12.600 / 4th 12.050 / 4th 11.100 / 8th 12.400 / =3rd 12.350 / =3rd 11.300 / 4th 71.800 / 3rd
Rasmus Breth-Petersen Level 8 (13 - 15) 12.100 / =7th 11.500 / 6th 11.700 / 2nd 12.000 / =5th 12.200 / 7th 11.600 / 2nd 71.100 / 4th 
Cory Hitchens Level 8 (13 - 15) 12.900 / =1st 10.800 / 7th 11.200 / 6th 12.000 / =5th 12.350 / = 3rd 11.800 / 1st 71.050 / 5th 
Hayden Greenough Level 8 (16 & O) 12.800 / 1st

12.250 / 3rd

11.950 / 2nd 13.000 / 3rd 13.250 / 1st 11.350 / 2nd 74.600 / 1st
Adam Falzarano Level 8 (16 & O) 12.100 / 5th 12.900 / 1st 11.500 / 3rd 13.600 / 1st 12.400 / 4th 10.800 / 4th 73.300 / 2nd 
Daniel Bell Level 8 (16 & O) 11.800 / 6th 11.500 / 6th 12.050 / 1st 13.100 / 2nd 11.750 / 6th 12.200 / 1st  72.400 / 3rd
Jay Pery Senior Open 13.100 / 6th 11.100 / 4th 12.000 / 7th - 13.100 / 4th - 72.600 / 5th

Unfortunately Caelan Bacon was forced to withdraw from the competition after three apparatus due to illness.

Gymnastics Australia would like to congratulate all of the athletes who took part in the South African Artistic High Performance Nationals.

 

Australia's Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Gymnastics Team

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Gymnastics Australia is proud to present our athletes representing Australia at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Men’s Artistic Gymnastics


Sean O’Hara (VIC)


Kent Pieterse (VIC)


Jack Rickards (VIC)


Naoya Tsukahara (QLD)


Luke Wadsworth (VIC)

After consultation with medical staff, unfortunately Luke Wiwatowski (VIC), Prashanth Sellathurai (NSW), Michael Mercieca (QLD), Jayden Bull (VIC) and Mitchell Morgans (QLD) will not be able to compete at the Games in Glasgow. The four gymnasts will be working hard on rehabilitating the injuries that dashed their Commonwealth Games hopes with a focus on being back at full fitness for the World Championships trial on 13 September at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). The 2014 World Championships will be held in Nanning, China in October. 

Coaches: John Curtain, Men’s Artistic Gymnastics National Coach and Greg Corsiglia

Women’s Artistic Gymnastics


Lauren Mitchell (WA)


Mary-Anne Monckton (VIC)


Olivia Vivian (WA)


Georgia-Rose Brown (VIC)


Larrissa Miller (VIC)

Coaches: Peggy Liddick, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics National Coach and Martine George

Rhythmic Gymnastics


Jaelle Cohen (NSW)


Danielle Prince (QLD)


Amy Quinn (WA)

Coach: Gina Peluso

 

Welcome to Gymnastics Australia's Learning Management System

Friday, 14 March 2014

Once logged in, you have access to:

• Enrol in and complete the new coaching courses - online component
• Enrol in the face to face course in your Gymsport in your state/territory
• Upload your First Aid certificate via the External Training Activity menu
• Upload your Pre Course Workbook via the External Training Activity menu (Beginner Coaches only)

Beginner Coaches
If you have completed the Beginner Coaching Course, please log in using your email address as your log in, upload the required documents (Pre Course Workbook and First Aid Certificate.) These will be approved by the education coordinator in your state/territory. Once this occurs, you can gain access to completing the Intermediate Coaching Courses.

All other coaches
If you currently have a Gymsport accreditation and wish to complete an Intermediate Coach Accreditation, you need to:

1. Click on the link below to access the Learning Management System (LMS)
2. Create your own profile, username and password
3. Email your state/territory association and include:
    a. Your member number
    b. The Gymsport you are currently accredited in
    c. The Gymsport you would like to enrol in

To contact your state/territory association, click here.

As at March 2014
The Beginner Coaching Course is live.

The Intermediate Coaching Courses are live in the following Gymsports:
• Gymnastics for All (GfA)
• Kindergym (KG)
• Men's Artistic Gymnastics (MAG)
• Women's Artistic Gymnastics (WAG)
• Tumbling (TUM)
• Rhythmic Gymnastics (RG)
• Trampoline Gymnastics (TRP)
• Aerobic Gymnastics (AER)
• Acrobatic Gymnastics (ACR)
 

 
 
 
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