My best guess at cost — monthly subscription to Gymnastike Gold $19.99/mo. A yearly subscription $150/year ($12.50/mo.). Leave a comment if you can confirm those numbers. They’ve hidden the pricing since the beginning.
Chrissy says it’s $147 for the year. Or 19.99/month and cancel at any time.
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The Philippines hosted and completed the 22nd of the five-day FIG Age Group camps in the capital city of Manila at the Philippines National Training Centre. It was the last of this first series of Age Group Program Camps that were offered by the FIG over the past six months to those countries that had indicated an interest and willingness to adopt and implement the FIG Age Group Program. …
The FIG expert and course leader for this camp was Jeff Thomson, the former Men’s Program Director of Canada and Education Director of New Zealand. He was joined Carol-Angela Orchard who was many time Olympic-coach and is currently a consultant to the British Team and other countries. Both came directly from a similar camp in Vietnam. …
Future plans for the FIG Age Group Program include the conducting of several 5-day camps that had been postponed and additional introductory camps and then 3-day follow-up camps over the next two years for all of the committed countries. …
The financial assistance of the IOC has been instrumental in the production and implementation of this program. It is hoped that such future assistance will help produce and implement similar programs for the other Olympic disciplines of Rhythmic Gymnastics and Trampoline Gymnastics during this quadrennial.
… Development Team Coordinator Valeri Liukin led the women’s May developmental camp this past week at the USA Gymnastics National Training Center at the Karolyi Ranch …
… 40 gymnasts, many of who recently finished their Junior Olympic competitive season at the Level 9 Eastern/Western Championships and the Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships. Athletes participated in two-a-day workouts …
Coaches lectures … including Liukin, Tammy Biggs, Antonia Markova, Luminita Garcy, Neil Resnick, Todd Gardiner, Ivan Ivanov and Dan Baker.
Chellsie Memmel, who is now an International Gymnastics Federation rated brevet judge, helped with verification of skills and combinations and routine review. …
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Three more of the seven FIG 5-day Age Group Program Camps on the African continent were completed in the week leading up to Easter. These were held in Congo, Senegal and Mozambique. In the previous two weeks, similar camps were held in Namibia, Nigeria and South Africa. The final African camp begins in Zimbabwe on April 2.
Each of these countries is basically at the beginner level of high-performance gymnastics, but each has in the past had times of gymnastics success that they are now hoping to re-create. …
Guy Lavoie was in Congo. Director of FIG Education & Academy Programs, Hardy Fink, was in Mozambique. And I was in Senegal.
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Two of seven 5-day FIG Age Group Programme Camps for Artistic Gymnastics on the African continent were completed over the weekend in Nigeria and in South Africa.
I’m leading in Nigeria and Senegal. Hardy Fink, the Director of FIG Education & Academy Programmes, is on tour leading 4 camps, including South Africa:
NIGERIA: The camp in Nigeria was hosted by the Gymnastics Federation of Nigeria in the planned and new capital city of Abuja from March 18-22 and within the impressive gymnasium in the National Sport Complex.
Thirty Nigerian coaches from all parts of the country attended. … Nigeria has an enormous population and a large pool of potentially super gymnasts.
SOUTH AFRICA: The FIG Age Group Camp in Pretoria, South Africa was for Men’s Artistic Gymnastics only and was held from March 20-24 …
South Africa has among the most advanced and well-prepared gymnasts and also among the most educated coaches from among the 25 countries to which this programme is being introduced. For that reason, it was possible to also explore the higher levels of the technical skills testing program and the higher levels of the compulsory exercises.
… The camp was highly successful and has served to energize the coaches to make greater progress in the near future.
In the coming week, three such Age Group Training Camps will be conducted at the same time in three different African countries. Two of them will be French language camps in Congo and Senegal and one will be an English language camp with Portuguese translation in Mozambique.
I’ve seen superb talent in Africa. Strong, flexible and tough.
A 2012 Olympic Gymnastics Champion is an African American. Any argument that Africans are not well suited to Artistic Gymnastics is nonsense. They’ve simply not had enough opportunity to train the sport.