At the Annual GCG AGM Awards Banquet, Executive Director, Zlatica Stauder was awarded the Evelyn Koop RG Program Service Award. The Program Service Awards are presented by GCG to a volunteer/staff who is/has been a judge, coach, or official and has been involved for an extensive period of time and is/was considered a builder/developer of the sport and is/had made exceptional contributions to the Program Area at the Provincial and/or National Levels.
Congratulations Zlatica for all your hard work and dedication to rhythmic gymnastics in Manitoba and Canada – we are proud to have you!
The purpose of this report is to enable communities, policy makers and business leaders to see the tremendous potential that lies within our community sport system and to catalyze new approaches that will put this potential to work for Canadians. Follow the link provided to read this incredibly passionate article, and see how we, as individuals can make a difference in our own communities. True Sport Report
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.