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AGF Members Recognized at 2016 GCG Awards Gala

The 2016 GCG Awards Gala occurred Saturday, June 18, 2016 in Ottawa, Ontario.  The following AGF members were recognized for their contributions to our sport.  AGF would like to congratulate them and all the other award recipients.  Trampoline gymnastics Coach of the Year: Jamie Atkin Bronze  - 5 YearsMelissa Tarabuila (LaBrecque) – WAG Judge Silver – 10 Years... more

Announcement

To all AGF clubs and members:Please note that effective Wednesday, June 15th, 2016, Ryan Barrett is no longer a Director on the AGF Board.      On behalf of AGF, I wish to thank Ryan for his time and efforts with the Board of Directors. Katie BiberdorfChairperson more

GCG Fee Increase Approved for Sept 1/16

Date: June 20, 2016 To:  All AGF Member Clubs From: AGF OfficeCC: AGF Board of DirectorsRE: GCG Fee Increase Approved for Sept 1/16 Please note that the Gymnastics Canada fee increase was approved  at the GCG AGM last weekend, to move from $6 per participant to $8 per participant beginning September 1, 2016. Please see the following resolution:RESOLUTIONS/ RESOLUTIONS1.... more

2016 Gymnastics Canada Gymnastique Annual General Meeting

This weekend several AGF members will be attending the GCG Annual General Meeting occurring June 16-19 in Ottawa, Ontario.  A number of meetings will occur ranging from the actual Annual General Meeting to the Gymnastics for All Council.  Information stemming from these meetings will be conveyed once the various members return. more

Brittany Rogers and Madison Copiak final attempt to represent Canada at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio

AGF is please  to announce that Brittany Rogers and Madison Copiak, both from Calgary Gymnastics Centre, will be attending the final selection camp for the women’s artistic gymnastics team that will represent Canada at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio this August. We wish them all the best! Below is the News Release form GCG:OTTAWA, ON (June 14, 2016) – Gymnastics Canada is ple... more

Congratulations to AGF retired staff Lori Lahnert for winning the Gymnastics Canada "the Beverly Miller Memorial Award"

Alberta Gymnastics Federation is please to announce that AGF retired staff Lori Lahnert has been awarded the 2015-2016 Gymnastics Canada "the Beverly Miller Memorial Award"! Congratulations Lori!Read the full Press release from GCG below: GYMNASTICS CANADA HONOURS 2015-2016 AWARD WINNERSOTTAWA, ON (June 13, 2016) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce and congratulate th... more

2016 AGF Annual Awards Gala calls for Award Nomination

2016 AGF Annual Awards Gala calls for Award Nomination

Now that the official competition season has wrapped up with Canadians this past weekend, it is time to look towards honouring those that have made significant contributions to our sport, othe... more

NCCP Fees reduced starting in July

As part of AGF’s commitment to supporting our membership and training components, Alberta Gymnastics Federation is pleased to announce that the NCCP fees will be reduced during July 2016- June... more

Team Alberta Highlights from the 2016 Canadian Championships

The 2016 Canadian Championships held in Edmonton has come to an amazing end this past Saturday. Congratulations to all athletes, coaches, judges, team managers and Chef de Mission who went to this National event, what a great job you have all accomplished!Team Alberta’s three programs all performed exceptionally well this year. On the MAG side, although suffered from many injuries this year, th... more

Morgan, Payne, and Cournoyer short-listed for Canadian Olympic Team after last day of the 2016 Global News Canadian Championships in Artistic & Tram...

EDMONTON, AB (June 4, 2016) – With an Olympic selection on the line, Canada’s top men’s artistic gymnasts were out to impress on Saturday in the apparatus finals on the final day of the 2016 Global News Canadian Championships in Artistic and Trampoline Gymnastics. After the dust settled, three athletes – Scott Morgan of Vancouver, BC, Jackson Payne of Edmonton, AB, and Rene Cournoyer of Repenti... more

Congratulation to JO 9 Team on earning the GOLD TEAM Medal for Alberta

Congratulation to JO 9 Team on earning the GOLD TEAM Medal for Alberta

Just to stand as a competitive gymnast at National Championships alone is already a big accomplishment for many athletes but to become JO Level 9 Team Champions is outstanding result for all who contributed to the Alberta Team Gold.Everyone who is involved with gymnastics or just a spectator will realize that this sport requires special skills, enormous amount of training time and many sacrific... more

Alberta’s top gymnasts set to go at the 2016 Canadian Championships

Calgary, Alberta – From June 1-4, 2016, the City of Edmonton will host over 1,000 athletes, officials and coaches from across the Country who will compete for national titles in artistic gymnastics and trampoline gymnastics. Team Alberta’s finest athletes in men’s, women’s and trampoline gymnastics are ready to compete for title of Canadian Champion.  The event will pit Alberta’s best agai... more