Posted on 24/09/2018
Gymnastics Australia (GA) will continue to base its National Training Centre at the AIS campus in Canberra until at least the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Posted on 28/08/2018
The Commonwealth Games may be over but the gymnastics action is only just beginning on the Gold Coast, with Australia’s biggest ever gymnastics event set to be staged at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre next month.
Posted on 15/08/2018
Late last month Australia’s best Aerobic Gymnasts travelled to Portugal to take to the stage for the 15th FIG Aerobic World Championships and 8th FIG Aerobic World Age Competition.
Both events were held co-currently in Guimarães – a city in...
Posted on 10/08/2018
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has appointed Gymnastics Australia CEO Kitty Chiller to its Athletes’ Entourage Commission, where she will be joined by other Olympians including five-time Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast, Nadia Comaneci.
Posted on 7/08/2018
Sport Australia has launched an exciting new campaign ‘Move It AUS’, encouraging Australians of all backgrounds, ages and abilities to become physically active and move more often.
Posted on 30/07/2018
After collaborative discussions with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), Gymnastics Australia (GA) is assessing a number of suitable locations to rehouse its high performance (HP) program away from its historical Canberra base.
Posted on 11/07/2018
Gymnastics Australia (GA) has appointed internationally-renowned High Performance (HP) sport specialist Andrew Logan to its newly-created role of Director, Performance Strategy and Engagement, where his key task is to deliver the sport’s new long-ter
Posted on 20/06/2018
Eastside Activity Centre (EAC) located in Rokeby, Tasmania, recently won the highly sought after national Inside Sport Clubbies Award for 'Best Facility'.
Posted on 20/06/2018
In recent years, Gymnastics Australia has been leading the way in the empowerment of women in the Asia-Pacific region, and this week CEO, Kitty Chiller, will be in Samoa to launch a Women’s Leadership project.
Posted on 15/06/2018
Australia has secured four of the five gymnastics quota spots allocated to the Oceania region for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) – taking place in Buenos Aires, Argentina in October – via the Oceania Continental Championships, which was...