Gymnasts Named in High Performance Investment Announcement

Anna RobertsonCompetitive Gymnastics, Media Release, Trampoline, Women's artistic gymnastics

GymSports New Zealand is pleased to announce another sport record, to what has been a year of ‘firsts’ for the national sports organisation. High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) announced this morning their Campaign Investment decisions for 2017 and on the list is women’s artistic gymnast Courtney McGregor. Courtney was the baby of the New Zealand Olympic Team in Rio, … Read More

Tumbling Tracks Enquiries

Anna RobertsonCentral-Wellington, e-News, Regional, Trampoline

Over the past two weeks a number of clubs have asked about where to buy tumbling tracks, recreation tumbling tracks, air tracks etc. If you are interested in tracks check out Tumbl Trak. Information has been requested from the Sport Development team and will be shared with Wellington gymsports clubs as soon as it is available. If you are also … Read More

Sean Bounces on to the Senior World Stage

Anna Robertson2016 Indo Pacific Championships, 2016 NZ Gymsports Championships, Competitive Gymnastics, e-News, Regional, Trampoline

Sean Wilson (Xtreme Trampoline) just finished his first year competing senior international. First at the World Cup Arosa in Switzerland, then at the 2016 NZ Gymsports Championships before the Indo Pacific Championships in Napier. One of his highlights from Switzerland was seeing other international athletes who he had only watched online before. “It’s really nice to see they’re human.” Sean … Read More

Media release: International Championships Kick Off in Napier

Anna Robertson2016 Indo Pacific Championships, Competitive Gymnastics, International, Media Release, Trampoline

The 2016 Indo Pacific Championships officially kicked off this morning with a powhiri lead by local tangata whenua Ngati Kahunguru. New Zealand Olympian Dylan Schmidt led 186 athletes from South Africa, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand into Pettigrew Green Arena, where they will compete over the next five days. Athletes will bounce it out in individual and synchronised trampoline, double-mini trampoline … Read More