The Gymnastics Victoria Athlete of the Month is Alex from CYC Gymnastics.
Wow what a year it has been for Gymstar in 2019.
In five months 44 events have been held, providing the opportunity for 5800 gymnasts of all ages and abilities to compete (an increase of over 13% from last year).
The 2019 Junior Victorian Championships Series finished up on the weekend with Eastern Gymnastics Club hosting our Level 3 Women’s Artistic Gymnastics competition on Saturday 9 November and Sunday 10 November.
All transfer requests must be submitted by Tuesday 12 November in order for the transfer to be processed in 2019
The Junior Victorian Championships kicked into gear at Geelong Arena Saturday 2 November with both Women's Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) and Men's Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) sessions.
The Junior Victorian Championships wrapped up at Geelong Arena on Sunday 3 November with another full day of both Women's Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) and Men's Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) sessions.
In their first year of competition at the Trans Bass Challenge the team from ACT were crowned the 2019 Trans Bass Champion Team with a score of 345 ahead of Victoria who scored 344.9.
This year’s Junior Victorian Gymnastics Championships and Trans Bass Challenge will be taking over Geelong Arena this weekend.
The Gymnastics Victoria Family Ball and Awards Night is an evening for the Victorian Gymnastics community to celebrate the achievements of clubs and individuals that have been involved in gymnastics this year.
The next Gymnastics Victoria Family Bal
Ruby is a Level 6 Acrobatics trio gymnast from Nunawading Gymnastics and Sports Club, and has been nominated as October Athlete of the Month!