Life Member Recognition
Gymnastics South Australia was pleased to endorse Tammy Page and Noreen Gaudry as Life Members at the 2019 AGM, held on the 3 April, 2020.
Their contribution to Gymnastics in SA is highly regarded by the community.
Congratulations Tammy and Noreen.
Tammy Page is a valued and passionate member of our Gymnastics community.
Tammy’s service to Gymnastics South Australia started in 1974 where she had a rewarding and successful career as a gymnast. After her retirement in 1983, Tammy began her coaching career at Tea Tree Gully Gymsports. During her time at Tea Tree Gully Gymsports Tammy was head coach of the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Program for 7 years and is still an active coach.
Tammy has also competed in Masters Games as a Gymnast, as well as being an ambassador, organising committee member and volunteer at several Masters Games.
Tammy has been an active board member with Tea Tree Gully Gymsports from 2005 and held the position of Chair from 2005 to 2013. Tammy joined the Gymnastics South Australia Board in 2012 and after 2 years of service was reappointed as Chair, stepping down from the role in 2016.
Tammy has been involved with Gymnastics South Australia as a volunteer in many capacities and received several awards for services to gymnastics including GSA Volunteer of the Year 2005, 2010 and 2015 and has been a Life Member of TTG since 1999.
Tammy’s commitment and dedication to Gymnastics South Australia is commendable and she is a deserving recipient of Life Membership.
Noreen Gaudry’s service to Gymnastics South Australia has been long and meritorious. Noreen was involved with Gymnastics New South Wales in the early 2000’s until she moved over to South Australia in 2008.
As a passionate Trampoline Gymnastics enthusiast and mother to talented Rio Olympian Blake Gaudry, she soon got to work developing and supporting Gymnastics South Australia.
Noreen managed the SASI/High Performance athlete travel, including camps and clinics in 2009 and was the liaison for Gymnastics Australia. She further volunteered her time to the South Australian Trampoline State Team in 2009 and 2010 and was additionally given the honour of the Floor Manager at the 2010 Pacific Rim Championship. In 2013 she managed and coordinated the National Trampoline Gymnastics Championship held in Adelaide on behalf of Gymnastics South Australia. She held the title “Head of Delegation” for the Gymnastics South Australia Trampoline Gymnastics Team at the Australian National Championship from 2014-2016.
Noreen continued to inspire and bring passion to the South Australian Team at the Australian National Championship by supporting Gymnastics Australia as the Lead Floor Manager and Volunteer Coordinator up until 2018. She additionally received a Special Recognition Award in 2018 from the national body for her support as a South Australian delegate and for her service to Gymnastics in Australia. Noreen also served as Chairperson on the Trampoline Sports Management Committee between 2010 - 2013.
Noreen has served as a long-standing board member of Gymnastics South Australia and was in this role from 2014 through to September 2020. Noreen has represented the peak body for Gymnastics in South Australia with innovation, passion, and a commitment to its members. Her service to the board spanning many years is an outstanding achievement.
Noreen’s service to the Association in a pure voluntary capacity is exemplary and further champions the role of Women in Sport.