Stampede City is home to many accomplished competitive athletes both past and present. We recently qualified 30 athletes to Provincial Championships to take place April 6-9th in Fort McMurray. 3 of our athletes qualified to be part of the Alberta Delegation at the Western Canadian Championships to be held in Brandon, Manitoba April 28-30th where they placed 2nd, 5th and 5th All Around in Aspire I, Aspire II and Level 8, respectively. Two of our athletes qualified for Canadian National Championships held in Montreal, Quebec May 23-28th where they competed in the High Performance Novice and Level 10 categories. In the JO Level 10 category, Montana brought home 3 individual medals and a Gold Medal for her contributions to the Alberta delegation.
2004 Summer Olympic Games
SCGC is home to Kylie Stone, a member of the Canadian Olympic Team in the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics. Kylie trained at Stampede City throughout her gymnastics career and in that time was a Canadian National Team member, a National All-Around Champion and recorded the best All Around finish by a Canadian Female Artistic Gymnast in history. After her Olympic debut, she went on to accept a NCAA full scholarship at the University of Nebraska. Kylie still coaches at SCGC on a part-time basis.
Demi represented Stampede City at competitions from 2004 to 2014 when she accepted a NCAA full scholarship to Illinois State University. During her tenure at SCGC she received High Performance Senior, Junior and Novice status, competed internationally and won a Silver medal on bars at Canadian National Championships.
Anysia was an elite gymnast at Stampede City from 2008 to 2013 when she signed a Letter of Intent to accept a NCAA full scholarship to the University of Georgia. During her time at SCGC she was named to the Junior and Senior National Teams, was the Junior All Around National Champion, and represented both our club and Canada internationally at meets throughout the Americas and Europe, and at the Junior Pan Am Games.
During Ashley’s gym career at Stampede City she achieved Senior High Performance Status, was a three time Elite Canada competitor and qualified for Canadian National Championships 4 consecutive years. Ashley accepted a NCAA full scholarship to Eastern Michigan University in 2011.