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New avenue for youth's voice established

Gymnastics Australia has today called for nominations for its Youth Advisory Panel, an exciting new initiative that will ensure our younger members have a voice in the way the sport is run.

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Expressions of Interest now open for the Athletes' Commission

Gymnastics Australia is now seeking Expressions of Interest to join our Athletes’ Commission. As an athlete-led group, the Commission’s role is to offer advice and guidance to Gymnastics Australia on matters and issues relevant to HP athletes.

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Expressions of Interest now open for the Youth Advisory Panel

Expressions of Interest from young people aged 14-24 to join the newly established Youth Advisory Panel are now open.

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Bull finishes 5th in Horizontal Bar Final

Australia’s Tyson Bull has placed 5th in the Horizontal Bar Final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games ending a successful campaign for our Artistic Gymnasts.

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Clarke and Pickering make an impact on debut In Tokyo

Australian Trampoline Gymnasts Jessica Pickering and Dominic Clarke bounced their way on to the world stage making their Olympic debuts. First up was Pickering, who fell early in both her qualification routines, with sideways movement sending her

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Pickering ready to bounce into glory

High-flying Trampoline Gymnastics star, Jessica Pickering is set to make her Olympic debut this afternoon at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre.

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Godwin and Whitehead impress in Olympic debut

A calm and well controlled performance by both Georgia Godwin and Emily Whitehead was solidified with both athletes hitting all four routines on their Olympic debut.

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Raging Bull ready to go

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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Gymnastics provides a pathway to Tokyo

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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2021-2022 Acrobatic Gymnastics National and Development Squads

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected to the 2021-2022 Acrobatic Gymnastics National and Development Squads following the 2021 Australian Gymnastics Championships.

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