Aussie International Development

Jo Richards:

99 of Australia’s best young gymnasts aged between 9-12 years and their personal coaches recently attended the International Development Program (IDP) Clinic, in total representing 15 different High Performance programs from around the country.

The clinic was led by Gymnastics Australia’s National Pathways Manager, Jo Richards, along with experienced coaches:

– Women’s Artistic Gymnastics National Coach: Peggy Liddick
– VWHPC VIS Gymnastics Coaches: Misha Barabach and Tracey Penaluna
– Choreographer: Stacey Umeh

camp

… In between training sessions many of the girls were involved in the final testing session of the research study – “A Multi-factorial risk analysis of Australian elite female gymnasts”. Gymnastics Australia, the Victorian Institute of Sport and the Australian Catholic University are working together on a nationwide research project on injuries in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. The project aims to identify the “at risk” development stages for elite female gymnasts and, secondly, the risk factors associated with elite gymnastics. …

Best young talent impress in Melbourne

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