Our first and only Trampoline Olympic medallist, Ji Wallace, spoke with Gymnastics Australia and enjoyed reflecting on his fantastic career.
One of Australia’s best and brightest stars in the Rhythmic Gymnastics program, Lidiia Iakovleva cherishes every experience the sport has provided.
Last year, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva was just 16 years old and competing in her first major Senior International event.
As Australia’s most decorated Rhythmic Gymnast, Danielle Prince has left a lasting legacy as an athlete after she retired at the start of this year.
Continuing on with Gymnastics Australia’s 70th anniversary celebrations, GA had the pleasure to chat with Australia’s sole Rhythmic Gymnastics athlete at the 2000 Olympic Games, Danielle ‘Dani’ Le Ray.
Australia’s current Beam Queen, Emma Nedov, is making her mark on the international stage in 2019.
The GA Board met today and discussed the membership model to come into effect from 2020. GA is now working with each state and territory to develop a joint communication that will be sent to all clubs by the end of this month.
As one of the world’s tallest gymnasts ever to compete, Georgia-Rose Brown has continued to remain at the highest level in the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics program.
Today, Gymnastics Australia takes a trip back to 1956, the year that Australia had their first Women’s Artistic Gymnastics athletes attend the Olympic Games.
Continuing on Gymnastics Australia’s 70th anniversary celebrations, Australia’s most successful and decorated Women’s Artistic Gymnast, Lauren Mitchell, looks back on her time in the sport.