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    • Competitive (Women’s Artistic Gymnastics)

      Invitational Competitive programs are offered to those seeking competitive experience. Invitational stream athletes selected from the pre-competitive program are capable of handling a more intense program than what the recreational programs offer. These athletes train between 8 to 12 hours per week. The Provincial Program athletes train 16 to 20 hours per week and compete at the provincial qualifying competitions in order to qualify to compete at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Seasons Spring Session (Mar 21st – May 14th) (Price includes HST)

    • Competitive Acrobatic (2X / Week)

      Acrobatic Gymnastics, although one of the oldest known sports, is a fairly new one to be introduced in Ontario. This discipline of gymnastics is open to both girls and boys, and involves choreographed routines that are performed with music on an Artistic Gymnastics floor. Skills include, but are not limited tumbling, balancing, throws, catches and static holds. Seasons Spring Session (Mar 21st – May 14th) (Price includes HST)

    • Pre-Competitive (Women’s Artistic Gymnastics)

      As a Gymnastics Ontario member club, Olympia Gymnastics follows the USAG Junior Olympic Program, developed with the belief that all athletes must have a solid foundation of basic skills in order to advance safely. This program also allows the gymnasts to advance at their own pace. Other curriculums in place are ODP and X-CEL introduced July 2019. Pre-Competitive athletes train between 4 and 8 hours per week. These athletes are selected by the coaching staff based upon motivation, demonstrated aptitude, ability to follow instruction, discipline, focus, etc. This stream prepares gymnasts for the competitive programs by developing and refining skills,…

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