03 February 2020
Published by Gymnastics Canada TORONTO/OTTAWA (February 3, 2020) – On Monday, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC), in partnership with Swimming Canada, Gymnastics Canada and Athletics Canada, announced the first-ever 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Trials Series presented by Bell. This collaboration is designed to elevate the profiles of the athlete...
03 February 2020
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) is delighted to announce that we have renewed our partnership with Spieth Canada until June 30, 2024. As AGF’s official equipment supplier, Spieth will continue to support gymnastics in Alberta by providing FREE equipment delivery, installation and rental for all AGF hosted events:
Provincial Championships (Acrobatic, Artistic, Trampoline & Tumbling...
15 January 2020
Photo Credit: Gymnastics Canada / John Cheng
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation is pleased to have been selected as the host partner for the 2020 Elite Canada in Women’s Artistic Gymnast...
08 January 2020
It is with mixed emotion that the Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) announces the departure of Nathan Kindrachuk, AGF’s Safe Sport Manager. Nathan’s last day will be Friday, January 17, 2020, before he moves on to a new and exciting role within the gymnastics community.
Nathan entered the newly formed position with AGF in March of 2019. His work to further AGF’s commitment to ensuring...
04 December 2019
Congratulations to athletes Kalena Soehn, Keegan Soehn, Callum Sundquist and Antonio Fernandes as well as Coach, Trish Quinney on a successful FIG World Championships in Trampoline Gymnastics. The competition ran from November 28 to December 1, 2019, in Tokyo, Japan. Full results can be viewed here. Results Summary for Alberta athletes ONLY:
Men’s Synchronized Trampoline
03 December 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) is pleased to announce the selection of Heather Sinclair as AGF’s new Administrative Support Coordinator.Heather recently moved to Calgary from Guelph,...
02 December 2019
The 2019 FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Age Group Competition (WAGC) will take place in Tokyo, Japan from December 5-8, 2019. From Alberta, a total of 8 athletes, 3 coaches, 1 judge and 1 team manager have been named by Gymnastics Canada to represent Canada.Athletes were selected based on their performance at the Elite Canada competition held in Calgary, AB this past May and the Canadian Champ...
25 November 2019
The Canadian Acrobatic Gymnastics team had an incredible showing at the 2019 Pan American Championships this past weekend in Monterrey, Mexico. In total, Canada walked away with a total of 22 medals. 3 of those medals (1 gold and 2 bronze) were earned by Alberta athletes. In the 11-16 women's pair category, athletes Olivia Pham and Emily Pitters of Capital City Gymnastics Centre earned bro...
18 November 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) regretfully announces the departure of Karen Beresnak, AGF’s Women’s Artistic Program Assistant. Karen’s last day with AGF will be Wednesday, November 20, 2019.Karen joined AGF in 2016 to provide part-time support to the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) Program Coordinator and assisted with the planning of many WAG training camps and various other events...
06 November 2019
Gymnastics Canada has announced the athletes, coaches, judges, and staff who will represent Canada at the FIG World Championships in Trampoline Gymnastics taking place in Tokyo, Japan from November 28 to December 1, 2019. Among them are Alberta athletes Antonio Fernandes, Kalena Soehn, Keegan Soehn, Callum Sundquist, Mark Armstrong (alternate) and Team Coach, Trish Quinney.The top-8 finalists i...