Gymnasts, coaches, judges, RGM members and their families are invited to attend the awards ceremony and dance party on Saturday, October 13th. The ceremony will take place at Temple Shalom, 1077 Grant Ave in Winnipeg. Tickets for the event are $20 each and can be purchased through Rhythmic Gymnastics Manitoba by emailing the RGM office.
Rhythmic Gymnastics needs your help to recognize the invaluable contributions of our volunteer community.
If you have worked alongside or know an outstanding individual who has contributed their time and efforts to the love of Rhythmic Gymnastics, RGM would appreciate if you could submit the following:
- The names of one or two outstanding volunteers from a Manitoba club who, through their commitment of time and talent have had a positive impact on the operation of the organization. Please provide a brief description of how their actions have benefited their Club and its athletes.
- The name of one outstanding individual whose dedication, energy and love for the sport of Rhythmic Gymnastics qualifies them to be considered for the Irene Okano Special Recognition Award. This award is dedicated to those special volunteers who have contributed “above-and-beyond” to the sport of RG province-wide and your nomination letter should include details to support your selection.
- Long term volunteers can be recognized through Sport Manitoba’s Order of Sport Excellence.
Please submit your nominations to the RGM office by September 21 so that we have enough time to make appropriate plans for the recognition ceremony.
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 August 22nd.
Introduction to Competition
Coaches who have taken the NCCP Level 2 Technical Course, should register for Design a Basic Sport Program, Teaching & Learning, and Basic Mental Skills to fulfill the theory requirement of Level 2.
Coaches who are planning to complete NCCP Level 3 will need to complete a minimum of four Competition Development courses.
After debuting their “Beauty and the Beast” performance, Manitoba Fusion is ready to show the rest of the country what they have been working on at the Canadian Gymnaestrada! This year’s theme is “Diversity through Movement” which captures the true nature of the event. Rehearsals and workshops start Thursday, with performances beginning Friday.