The Canadian Gymnaestrada will take place June 27-July 1, 2018 in Richmond, BC. All GCG registered members are eligible to attend – athletes and clubs from all gymnastics disciplines are encouraged to participate to make this truly a Canadian celebration of Gymnastics.
Consistent with previous cycles, all groups planning to attend the 2019 World Gymnaestrada in Dornbirn, Austria must attend the 2018 Canadian Gymnaestrada.
Gymnastics Canada is looking for a CanGym Technical Contractor, familiar with recreational gymnastics, to develop the CanGym program.
The size of this project is large and requires a wide knowledge base of multiple gymnastics disciplines. Recognizing this, the contractor does not have to be one individual. A team may wish to put forward a bid instead.
Two Manitoban officials, Shari Hebert and Zdravka Tchonkova have passed the necessary exams to obtain FIG Brevet Judging Licences. Zdravka received a Brevet 2 in both Group and Individual, the highest achievement possible at an International Course, which she attended in Baku, Azerbaijan. Shari took the Brevet exams for the first time, in Indianapolis, USA, and passed both the Group and Individual portions and has receiving a Brevet 4 licence. Congratulations!
Do you know a coach that has gone above-and-beyond? The purpose of the Coach of the Year Awards is to recognize the dedication to coaching rhythmic gymnastics in Manitoba. Each recipient will be selected for their outstanding achievement in the category in which they have been nominated, and for their unique contribution to the advancement and well-being of athletes. The nomination deadline is May 10th to the RGM office.