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Champions crowned on the final day of the Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics

MONTREAL, QC (May 28, 2017) – The final day of the 2017 Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics in Montreal, QC saw many champions crowned including in all junior and senior men’s apparatus medallists.In his first competition since the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Scott Morgan of Vancouver, BC won gold in two apparatus finals including rings (14.350) and a tie with Aaron Mah of Vancouver on fl... more

Jackson Payne takes home Silver in AA and Brittany Rogers Gold on the uneven bars on Saturday's competition

Black regains all-around title winning fourth Canadian ChampionshipMONTREAL, QC (May 27, 2017) – Following a second place finish at the 2016 Canadian Championships, Ellie Black of Halifax, NS regained her senior all-around title on Saturday night at the Canadian Championships in Montreal, QC.Black finished the competition with 54.318 points, narrowly beating fellow Rio Olympian and teammate Ros... more

Jason Woodnick announced as Program Manager for Men’s Artistic Gymnastics

OTTAWA, ON (May 26, 2017) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce that Jason Woodnick, currently the Head Coach and Program Coordinator of the Competitive Gymnastics Programs at the University of Calgary, will join our team on July 10th, 2017 as the new Program Manager for Men’s Artistic Gymnastics (MAG). Jason has been coaching at the University of Calgary in a variety of positions since 20... more

Black leads competition on day one at Canadian Championships

Black leads competition on day one at Canadian Championships MONTREAL, QC (May 25, 2017) – In her first all-around competition since the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Ellie Black of Halifax, NS is back on top. Black currently sits in first place following the qualifying round at the 2017 Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics in Montreal, QC.Black’s all-around qualifying score of 55.517 i... more

Alberta’s top gymnasts ready to compete at the Canadian Championships

Calgary, Alberta – From May 23 - 28, 2017 Centre Claude Robillard in Montreal, QC will host a total of 327 athletes and 157 officials and coaches from across the Country who will compete for national titles in artistic gymnastics. The event will put Alberta’s best against the rest of the nation.“This event will showcase the best athletes from across Canada,” says Alberta Gymnastics Federation P... more

The 2017 T & T Provincials is an amazing success

This year’s Provincials was held in Calgary at the Genesis Centre from May 12 through May 14.  With lots of energy and smiles, 255 athletes from 11 clubs in Alberta competed over the weekend.Thanks to all the athletes, coaches and judges for their dedication and hard work leading into and during Provincials.  We cannot forget to thank all the family and friends for their continued sup... more

Alberta’s top trampolinists and tumblers set to go at 2017 Provincial Championships

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate ReleaseMay 11, 2017 CALGARY, ALBERTA – This Friday, more than 255 (up from last year!) of Alberta’s finest trampolinists and tumblers will gather in Calgary, AB for a chance to compete for a title.  The Alberta T & T Sports Association once again partnering with the Alberta Gymnastics Federation, will host this annual competition at the Genesis Centre i... more

2017 T&T Canada Cup a success and Alberta highlights

The 2017 T&T Canada Cup has come to a successful end.  More than 250 athletes from across the globe competed at Genesis Centre this past weekend in Calgary, AB.  AGF would like to thank Gymnastics Canada and the ATTSA for all their hard work and dedication.  Kudos are extended to all the coaches and judges and of course the numerous sponsors and partners.  Nevertheless,... more

Canadian trampoline gymnastics athletes announced for 2017 World Games

CALGARY, AB (May 7, 2017) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce the names of the athletes and coaches nominated to represent Canada in trampoline gymnastics at the 2017 World Games in Wroclaw, Poland from July 20th to 30th. The World Games, first held in 1981, are an international multi-sport event meant for sports, or disciplines or events within a sport, that are not contested... more

2017 Canada Cup in trampoline gymnastics a success

The 2017 T&T Canada Cup has come to a successful end.  More than 250 athletes from across the globe competed at Genesis Centre this past weekend in Calgary, AB.  AGF would like to thank Gymnastics Canada and the ATTSA for all their hard work and dedication.  Kudos are extended to all the coaches and judges and of course the numerous sponsors and partners.  Nevertheless,... more

Adolescent Work permit and MED update

AGF would like to remind all clubs working with Junior Coaches/Apprentice Coaches/Pre-Coaches in Training (Pre-CIT):Clubs must obtain an Alberta Adolescent Work permit if an employee aged 12 t... more

2017 Western Gymnaestrada … Where Gymnastics Told the Story

The pages have been turned on Western Gymnaestrada and it was an amazing success! The story began with participants taking part in eight workshops and concluding on Sunday with a climactic ending of 29 memorable performances by over 500 participants. Fun was had, new skills acquired and old skills were refined by the participants in our eight dynamic workshops, including interpretive dance... more

AGF Announces Host Club for the 2018 Western Canadian Artistic Gymnastics Championships

CALGARY, AB (May 8, 2017) – The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) is happy to announce that the Aerials Gymnastics Club in Spruce Grove, Alberta will be the host for the 2018 Western Canadian Artistic Gymnastics Championships.“We are exceptionally proud to have the Aerials Gymnastics Club as part of our community and are thrilled they will be hosting the upcoming 2018 Western Canadian Champio... more

Team Alberta dazzles at the 2017 Western Canadian Championship

The 2017 Western Canadian Gymnastics Championships held at the Brandon, MB over the past weekend came to a successful end on Saturday evening.  After two days of competition, all athletes and their coaches from Western Canada regions had a great opportunity to compete for a Championship title as well as to meet new friends and learn from one another.Congratulations to Team Alberta for its... more

Western Gymnaestrada kicks off this Saturday

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate ReleaseMay 4, 2017 WESTERN GYMNAESTRADA KICKS OFF THIS SATURDAYCalgary, AB – The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) is excited to present the 2017 Western Gymnaestrada – “Where Gymnastics Tells a Story”.  More than 500 athletes and coaches from across Alberta and BC will join this annual festival.  Western Gymnaestrada is one of AGF’s premier events of... more

Lethbridge, Alberta to host 2018 Canadian Championships in Trampoline Gymnastics

For Immediate Release – Tuesday May 2, 2017 Lethbridge, Alberta: The city of Lethbridge has been selected by Gymnastics Canada to host the 2018 Canadian Championships in Trampoline Gymnastics at the ENMAX Centre from July 4-8.The 2018 Canadian Championships in Trampoline Gymnastics is a five-day event that hosts 300 athletes, 60 coaches, and 24 judges. The event highlights the trampoline discip... more

T & T Canada Cup this weekend

The 2017 Trampoline and Tumbling Canada Cup is set to begin this weekend at the Genesis Centre in Calgary, AB. Training for all the provinces is on Thursday May 4, with competition beginning on Friday May 5 through to Sunday May 7, 2017. The purpose of the annual Canada Cup event is 1) To identify Junior and Senior athletes for the competitive year and to rank athletes as part of the system to... more