competitive gymnastics

Stampede City Gymnastics Club offers a yearly training program that runs from July to June and ranges from 4 hours to approximately 26 hours of training per week.


training programs

competitive performance indicators

The Stampede City Gymnastics Club Competitive Program is comprised of Pre-Competitive, JO Levels 6-10 and High Performance Athletes who have been selected to the program. Our yearly training program runs from July to June and ranges from 4 to 26 hours of training per week.
Athletes are placed in the appropriate competitive level based on age, athletic skill and ability and begin competing upon readiness.

 

Our competitive program hosts tryouts prior to the start of every competitive year in addition to athletes being selected from our developmental recreational program. Tryouts can be arranged at other times during the year by approval and appointment with the head coach.

 

 

 

 

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To maintain our reputation as an outstanding gymnastics program, we evaluate ourselves based on the following Competitive Performance Indicators:

 

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    National Team members

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    High Performance athlete status

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    Alberta Team members to Canadian Championships

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    Alberta Team members to Canada Games

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    Medalists at Canadian Championships

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    Medalists at Provincial Championships

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    Medalists at Southern Zones

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    Zone members at Alberta Winter Games including medalists

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    Alberta Team members at Provincial levels at Western Canadian Championships

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    Medalists at Western Canadian Championships

training programs

The Stampede City Gymnastics Club Competitive Program is comprised of Pre-Competitive, JO Levels 6-10 and High Performance Athletes who have been selected to the program. Our yearly training program runs from July to June and ranges from 4 to 26 hours of training per week.
Athletes are placed in the appropriate competitive level based on age, athletic skill and ability and begin competing upon readiness.

 

Our competitive program hosts tryouts prior to the start of every competitive year in addition to athletes being selected from our developmental recreational program. Tryouts can be arranged at other times during the year by approval and appointment with the head coach.

 

follow us on

 

competitive performance indicators

To maintain our reputation as an outstanding gymnastics program, we evaluate ourselves based on the following Competitive Performance Indicators

 

  • Connector.

    National Team members

  • Connector.

    High Performance athlete status

  • Connector.

    Alberta Team members to Canadian Championships

  • Connector.

    Alberta Team members to Canada Games

  • Connector.

    Medalists at Canadian Championships

  • Connector.

    Medalists at Provincial Championships

  • Connector.

    Medalists at Southern Zones

  • Connector.

    Zone members at Alberta Winter Games including medalists

  • Connector.

    Alberta Team members at Provincial levels at Western Canadian Championships

  • Connector.

    Medalists at Western Canadian Championships