We’re saying #ThanksCoach with free coaching workshops!

National Coaches Week is September 23-30 and RGM is offering free workshops on September 25 as an opportunity for coaches to start the season off with expert knowledge.

Workshop #1: Nutrition – Tips for Practices & Competition Day

  • Date: September 25, 2017
  • Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
  • Location: Max Bell Centre, U of M (room TBC)
  • Instructor: Janelle Vincent
  • What to bring: pen and paper

Workshop #2: Sports Psychology – Supporting Your Athletes through Goal Setting

  • Date: September 25, 2017
  • Time: 7:30-8:30 PM
  • Location: Max Bell Centre, U of M (room TBC)
  • Instructor: Laura Kampff Ceccarelli
  • What to bring: pen and paper

How to follow the 2017 World Championships

The 2017 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships are here! Canada will be represented in Pesaro by Carmen Whelan and Katherine Uchida in the individual competition and the Canadian senior group composed of Elizabet Belittchenko, Renna Cukier, Cleo Page, Vanessa Panov, Anastasia Shanko and Alexandra Udachina.

All routines from qualification will be available on the FIG Youtube channel. The FIG is pleased to announce that all routines from qualification will be uploaded to the FIG Youtube Channel within a short time of being performed. FIG will also be live streaming the competition finals. Watch the finals from Pesaro in real time on YouTube.

CBC Sports to Live-stream the FISU Games

 (GCG PHOTO: Dave Holland)
 (GCG PHOTO: Dave Holland)

Tune in to CBC Sports to catch all the Summer Universiade action from Taipei! Canada will be represented by Cindy Huh and Kaedyn Lashley. CBC Sports Gymnastics Broadcast

Embracing FISU’s motto of ‘Excellence in Mind and Body’, the Summer Universiade incorporates educational and cultural aspects into 12 days of sports competitions, allowing university student-athletes from all over the world to celebrate with the host city in a true spirit of friendship and sportsmanship.

Twirling to Taipei

Twirling to Taipei

If Kaedyn Lashley’s success continues at this rate, she may soon need a bigger passport. The 18-year-old Southland Park resident is a member of the Canadian national rhythmic gymnastics team that will compete at Taipei 2017, the XXIX Summer Universiade, which will be held from Aug.