Gymnastics South Australia Performance Pathways

Gymnastics South Australia is excited to have two GymSport Performance Pathway Squads up and running in 2020.

On Saturday 8 & 15 February, Gymnastics SA Trampoline Gymnastics held their first squad trainings at the SASI Dryland, located inside the SA Aquatic Centre. With approximately 50 athletes selected into the three squads, (Development, National Levels and International) the trainings sessions incorporated goal setting, qualification standards for Australian Championships skills and skill combination development. 

Gymnastics SA Women’s Artistic Gymnastics was additionally busy engaging with the community with a Development Squad Trial held on the 15th of February. This trial had 30 athletes from South Australian clubs in attendance. Selected athletes from the trial will join the other 60 athletes who have accepted their position on one of the three squads (Development, High Achievers and Accelerated Gold). We anticipate letting trialling athletes know of the outcome within the month.

Gymnastics SA is proud to be working with the GymSport Talent Pathways Coordinators, Daniel Lynch (Trampoline) and Danica Mladenovic (Women’s Artistic Gymnastics) to plan for future development opportunities to support the development of our athletes and coaches.

Gymnastics SA is currently working with Men’s Artistic Gymnastics to create a development camp opportunity for 2020.