Nationals Date Review Survey Invitation

GNZ AdminGymnastics New Zealand, Member Updates

Gymnastics New Zealand invite you to take part in the NZ Gymnastics Championships Date Review survey by following the link below.  The survey should take only 5-10 minutes to complete, please ensure that you think carefully about each question before you answer it as we ask that you only complete the survey once.  The survey will close on Friday 18th November. … Read More

Media release: Gymnastics sees a perfect score and national champions crowned in Invercargill.

Anna RobertsonMedia Release

Four days of non-stop gymnastics have ended in Invercargill today. In aerobics, rhythmic, mens’ and women’s artistic, and trampoline gymnastics, forty-three prize givings have seen more than 1,500 medals awarded across 230-odd events within the championships. Though amongst all those medals, was only one perfect score. Men’s artistic level 4 athlete Sean Dawson representing Whanganui/Manawatu earned a perfect score of … Read More

Gymnasts of the Year 2021-22 Awarded 

Anna Robertsone-News

This morning at the opening ceremony of the 2022 New Zealand Gymnastics Championships, four athletes were recognised for their outstanding achievements in their respective gymnastics sports with the Gymnasts of the Year awards. Men’s Artistic Gymnastics: Misha Koudinov – Tri Star Gymnastics During the 2021-22 time period Misha has represented New Zealand at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, World Cups … Read More

New 2022 Livestream

Anna Robertson2022 NZ Gymnastics Championships

We are excited to bring you a whole new livestream experience for the 2022 New Zealand Gymnastics Championships. This new experience has been created in response to feedback from previous years, which had a strong theme around being able to get a good close view of athletes, particularly those on artistic apparatus with the inability to ‘zoom-in’ on any one … Read More

2021 Nationals Announcement

Anna Robertson2021 NZ Gymnastics Championships

To our Gymnastics Community, We are pleased to announce that the 2021 New Zealand Gymnastics Championships will return to the Trusts Arena in Auckland from 21-24 July. In future years, the intention is to hold Nationals in the first week of the Term 2 School Holidays as we know this is preferred by the majority of our community. Unfortunately, for … Read More

Covid-19 Updates – 2020

Anna RobertsonCovid-19, e-News

Please see below for event updates in light of the evolving Covid-19 environment. Wednesday 12 August: The Prime Minister and Director General of Health last night announced that there are four new cases of Covid-19 in NZ, confirming community transmission. These cases are all in South Auckland and as a result Auckland is moving to Alert Level 3, and the … Read More

2020 NZ Championships announced

Anna Robertson2020 NZ Gymnastics Championships

It is with pleasure that we announce that the 2020 New Zealand Gymnastics Championships will return to the Trusts Arena in Auckland from 14-18 July. 2020 should be an exciting year for Gymnastics in New Zealand! With the inaugural season of the new competition calendar and Nationals moving to the July holidays, we have decided to return to The Trusts … Read More

Events Update – June 2019

Anna RobertsonClubland Newsletter

Timeline for requirements for Clubs hosting qualifiersThis is a reminder regarding the Endorsed Event Timeline. As the 2019 season is underway, please be reminded of the following deadlines regarding document submission. Please refer to your 2019 Event Pack for clarification. Failure to turn in the required documents could lead to implications in hosting future Endorsed Events. 1 month prior to … Read More

Project 2020 update – March 2019

Anna RobertsonProject 2020

Please find here the latest Project 2020 update. This document mirrors the report sent to the GNZ Board ahead of each Board meeting. You will see that there is a monthly update on the projects that are underway, this is only dated back to November when these reports were introduced to the Board papers. There is also a ‘Key tasks … Read More