Gymnastics Australia would like to acknowledge the following gymnasts who have officially retired from Gymnastics in 2020.
Gymnastics Australia members ready to flex with launch of new Learning Management System.
The bespoke LMS, affectionately known as Flex, will be a one-stop shop where gymnastics members can work on their courses, upload assessment tasks, enrol in w
For Bob Jackson, gymnastics is not about winning medals or achieving personal bests, it is simply about being active and enjoying what he does.
After an extensive application process, Gymnastics Australia has today announced the 10 highly touted female coaches who will take part in the NextGEN Accelerated Coaching Program.
For the last three months, Gymnastics Australia's High-Performance coaching team have hosted six camps for members of the Junior and Senior National Squad Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) teams.
Gymnastics Australia (GA) has today welcomed Ben Heap into the role of President of the GA Board, following the end of Sam McKay’s term.
The organisations will cooperate on multiple initiatives over the next three years to increase participation pathways for people with intellectual disabilities, such as assimilating Special Olympics competitions into state gymnastics competitions.
With the support of Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) and the National Sports Tribunal (NST), Gymnastics Australia has announced an independent complaints management process to complement the whole of sport review being undertaken by the Australian Hum
In part one of our series with Clay Stephens, we explore the highs and lows of recovery following a heart-breaking knee injury, and the impact COVID-19 has had on his college lifestyle in the USA.
Today (19 September) marks the 6th Annual National Gymnastics Day, a day where we celebrate all the things we love about our sport.