24 April 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) is currently experiencing issues with accepting payments online. AGF staff are investigating the issue.If you are in urgent need of materials or other resources that require payment, please call the AGF mainline at 403.259.5500 or 1.800.665.1010 (toll-free within Alberta) so we may process your request manually.Thank you!
18 April 2019
AGF Staff Member, Cassie Crook’s last day will be on May 9
It is with regrets that the Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) announces the departure of Cassie Crook, AGF’s Technical Administration Assistant.
Cassie has been with the Federation since 2017 and will be returning to her home country of Australia. Her last day with AGF will be Thursday, May 9, 2019.
17 April 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) Board of Directors would like to thank all members who were able to participate in the AGF Open House this past Saturday, April 13th during the Artistic and Acrobatic Provincial Championships in Edmonton, AB. Over 50 members were in attendance. Discussions, as they pertained to the challenges AGF is currently facing, were respectful and rich in perspectiv...
16 April 2019
On July 1, 2019, the Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) insurance policy will renew and Toole Peet insurance has advised that insurance fees will be going up. The rate of increase and whether there will be a change in coverage is still to be determined. No insurance provider can begin to research options or provide a quote more than 90 days before an organization’s insurance renewal date. That...
10 April 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) recognizes that the past year has been particularly challenging for the gymnastics community. These challenges have ranged from; high profile coaching misconduct cases in Canada and the United States, to growing demands on sporting organizations to undergo reforms that ensure systems are in place to prioritize athlete safety and wellbeing, to rising insur...
03 April 2019
This Friday, April 5 to Sunday, April 7, Salta Gymnastics Club is hosting the first ever Alberta Compulsory Championships competition at the Cypress Centre in Medicine Hat, AB. This event is the equivalent of a provincial championship for women’s artistic gymnasts competing at the Canadian Junior Olympic (JO) 3, 4 and 5 program levels. Close to 320 athletes will be in attendance. &nbs...
01 April 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) regretfully announces the resignations of Katie Biberdorf and David Holmes from the roles of Director at Large and Acting Chairperson of the Women’s Program Committee (WPC) on the AGF Board of Directors effective immediately. The generosity with which they have contributed their time and energy to the betterment of gymnastics in Alberta has not gone unno...
26 March 2019
We now know who from Southern Alberta is going to this year’s Provincial Championships in women’s artistic gymnastics. Now it’s time to find out who their competitors will be from Northern Alberta!The Northern Zones competition is set to take place this Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30 at the North Edmonton Gymnastics Club in Edmonton, AB. Over 150 athletes in Canadian Junior Olympic (JO...
20 March 2019
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) is pleased to welcome Cara Thibault and Jackie Padley to the team.
Cara Thibault will start on Thursday, March 21 as a Temporary Contract Operations Consultant for a period of three to six months. This is a temporary position that has been created to support the AGF staff and Board of Directors during Scott Hayes’ leave of absence as President &...
20 March 2019
It’s a big weekend for close to 300 women’s artistic gymnasts in the Canadian Junior Olympic (JO) Program levels 6, 7 and 8 as they gear up for Southern Zones and Trials to Westerns taking place this Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23 at the Wetaskiwin Civic Centre in Wetaskiwin, Alberta.Athletes will be competing for the opportunity to represent their club at the Alberta Provincial Champi...