26th – 27th November 2016
Aerobic gymnasts and coaches alike will undoubtedly benefit from the wealth of experience and knowledge on offer at the 2016 Gymsport Clinic! Keynote presenter Vicente Lli Lloris from Spain will be presenting a number of sessions and will be joined by a number of Australia’s most knowledgeable Aerobics coaches! During the clinic some of the topics being covered include:
Insights into the 2017-2020 code of points
Maximising artistry and dance in Aerobic Gymnastics
Vicente Lli Lloris
Vicente Lli Lloris of Club Moncada in Spain took up the sport at age nine after his coach Sara saw him at the playground doing gymnastics exercises and convinced him to try the sport. Since then Vicente has reached great heights in the sport of Aerobic Gymnastics as demonstrated by his remarkable results below:
2010-2012 2 times World Champion Mixed Pairs
2013 World Games Champion in Mixed Pairs and Silver Medal Individual Men
2015 European Games Champion Mixed Pairs
2015 European Champion Individual Men
2015 European Champion Mixed Pairs
2015 World Series Champion Mixed Pairs
2016 World Series Champion Trio
Vicente studied at the University of Valencia and is a graduate in Sciences of physical activity and Sports.
Angela McMillan has an impressive history in Aerobic Gymnastics. Having competed for 17 years and 15 years representing NZ she was the National Champion for the 17 years from 1994-2010. Angela’s major achievements as a gymnast include:
Suzuki Champion x 2 (2007 & 2010)
ANAC Champion x 3 (2006, 2007 and 2010)
FIG World Champion x 1 (2004)
6 FIG World Series Titles.
Now as an International High Performance Coach, Angela was the Taiwan National Coach for the 2009 World Games where she worked for 1 year before moving in 2010 to Vietnam to be the Coach of the Hanoi Aerobics Team.
Christopher Behan is an Aerobic Gymnastics High Performance Coach & FIG Brevet Judge. Chris started out in Men’s Artistic Gymnastics as an athlete then moved into Aerobic Gymnastics in 1998.Representing Australia from 2001 – 2007, Chris had many international highlights including 10th at the 2006 World Aerobic Championships for Individual Male and 2nd at the 2007 Suzuki World Cup for Mixed Pairs.
Chris’s success is not just as an athlete, having represented Australia as Head Coach for the 2014 World Aerobic Team. He has many a National Champion athletes who have achieved development and national squad selection, and in 2013 at the ANAC International Championships had his Varsity AeroDance Team placing 1st.