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Expressions of Interest - Trans and Gender Diverse Community Guidelines

(10/09/2021)
Gymnastics Australia, with the support of Pride in Sport, has commenced the process of developing the Trans and Gender Diverse Community Guidelines for gymnastics in Australia.

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Applications Open for National Trampoline Coach

(27/08/2021)
Building on the success of the Tokyo2020 Olympic Games Gymnastics Australia is seeking applications for the full-time position of Trampoline National Coach.

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Gymnastics Australia releases Inclusion Policy

(23/08/2021)
Committed to providing a safe, fun and inclusive environment where all participants feel welcome and are treated with respect, Gymnastics Australia has today launched its updated Inclusion Policy.

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Gymnastics Australia statement regarding 2021 World Championships

(19/08/2021)
Due to the ongoing nature of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Gymnastics Australia has made the difficult decision that it will not select or send teams to participate in the 2021 World Championship events of Olympic Gymsports.

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Tokyo campaign a success

(11/08/2021)
Of the 486 members of the Australian Olympic Team, the gymnastics contingent was the largest we have seen in some 56 years, since the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, with 11 gymnastics representatives debuting at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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Gymnastics Australia releases guidelines to boost facility development

(11/08/2021)
Gymnastics Australia has today released a set of guidelines aimed at supporting gymnastics clubs and other stakeholders with the delivery, improvement, and enhancement of gymnastics facilities across Australia.

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Peluso family continue to inspire

(10/08/2021)
For Rhythmic Gymnastics in Australia, one family stands out above the rest. The Peluso family. Gina Peluso, daughter of rhythmic pioneer, Edith, is the current mastermind of this generation of rhythmic gymnasts across the country.

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Rhythmic sparkles on final days of Olympics

(7/08/2021)
Australia’s gymnastics campaign at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games has come to an end with both our Rhythmic Individual and Group gymnasts performing on Friday and Saturday.

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Australian Group to make history

(6/08/2021)
Today, the first ever Australian Rhythmic Gymnastics Group will compete at the Olympic Games. Consisting of Emily Abbot, Alexandra Aristoteli, Alannah Mathews, Himeka Onoda and Felicity White, the Brisbane based group are set to make history.

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Iakovleva prepared for Olympic debut

(6/08/2021)
Rhythmic Gymnastics young-gun Lidiia Iakovleva is set to make her Olympic debut this afternoon. Iakovleva will take to the floor at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre at 11:20am and 3:50pm (AEST) in the Individual Qualification ahead of tomorrow’s Final.

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