Posted on 12/07/2017
From June 26 to 29, the Australian Institute of Sport hosted the 2017 Rhythmic Gymnastics (RG) Team Future Camp.
Posted on 11/04/2017
High achiever is one way you could describe Christie Jenkins; dux of her high school, double degree in Economics and Chinese with distinction, and a world-class athlete in three different sports – Trampolining, Beach Volleyball and CrossFit!
Posted on 14/03/2017
There have been some amazing results come in over the weekend from the Aussie athletes competing at the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships in the Sierra Nevada, Spain.
Posted on 10/02/2017
Lydia Lassila has had an amazing return to completion after a two year break and the birth of her second child. Lydia topped the podium at the World Cup event in Deer Valley, USA held on the weekend.
Posted on 2/02/2017
We often hear in the media of footballers crossing over to different sports - for instance, do you recall Jarryd Hayne making the switch? But did you know gymnasts also cross over to other sports?
Posted on 12/01/2017
The fourth Gymnastics Australia Women's Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) Open Camp was held last month in Canberra at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). Forty eight Women's Artistic National Level 7 to 10 gymnasts from Queensland, New South Wales and
Posted on 21/12/2016
The last Team Future Camp of the year has just wrapped up in Canberra.
Valeria Vatkina and Krasi Yurukova, under the guidance of Team Future Coach Katie Sigsworth, helped developed 38 athletes and 12 coaches from around the country.
Posted on 12/12/2016
Team Future Coach Dhana Antulov lead Paul Hall and other Master Coaches (Liz Chetkovich, Jo Richards and Stacey Umeh), the first Team Future Camp to include participants from every State and Territory in the country. Paul Hall was a guest Master Coac
Posted on 9/11/2016
Rhinanan Iffland and Helena Merten have finished first and second in the final round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving event held recently in Dubai. Rhiannan began the Red Bull Cliff Diving season as a wildcard, and she went on to dominated the series by
Posted on 3/11/2016
Twelve months ago Declan Stacey was training at the MAG National Centre of Excellence at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. Fast forward to today and he is a bronze medallist at his first international diving competition.