Gymnastics is much more than what you see at the Olympics. The elite athletes are but one part of the big family of gymnastics. In fact, gymnastics offers opportunities for fun, fitness, participation, learning and competition for everyone, regardless of age, gender or ability.
Find out all about the GYMNASTICS in the newly released Gymnastics Canada Long Term Athlete Development document, the LTAD. The document sets out a framework for development of both high performance achievement and gymnastics for life concept for all six gymnastics disciplines including Rhythmic Gymnastics. Do not wait, investigate!
A philanthropic gift-giving program now available to RGM member Clubs! For more information follow the links to the memo sent to the Club Presidents. Find documents.
“Susy Cushman – our 1992 Olympian – shares her experience as an athlete, mother and firefighter!”. Visit this link for a very interesting interview with a Manitoba Olympian.
Goldstream Rhythmic Gymnastics Club in Steinbach was a perfect host to the 2008 Provincial Gymnaestrada this past Saturday, held for the first time outside of Winnipeg . The host organizing committee lead by the club president Donna Giesbrecht have gone all the way out to make the day at the Gymnaestrada special for everyone.
Pasta lunch, cheese cake and tea during intermission, vendors, many local sponsors and of course hands full of courteous volunteers created a warm backdrop for the annual showcase of the rhythmic gymnastics talent as well as special guest groups from Winnipeg and Steinbach.
All in all 233 performers took part in this annual rhythmic gymnastics extravaganza. The participants came from the following rhythmic gymnastics clubs and special guest groups: Alegria, ARGO, Flippers, Formettes, Goldstream, HPTCI, Masterworks Studio, Momtaza, Rhythmic Royals, Sapphires, Stoney Brook Dance Company and South-East Sparks. Congratulation to coaches and performers for providing colorful and entertaining afternoon.
Thank you Goldstream Rhythmic Gymnastics club! Thank you volunteers! View the picture album.
April 9-13, 2008– More than a competition! Enjoy the experience of attending the 2008 Westerns in Vancouver through the eyes of the Team Manager and the HPTCI members. From the view of majestic Rocky Mountains, shopping at the Granville Island, to the podium experience. Thank you Sandie and Sarah for sharing the pictures with us. To access the Album click here or on