Australia’s High Performance Plan

By the Los Angeles 2028 Olympics Games, Gymnastics Australia aspires for its athletes in three of the four Olympic Gymsports – Men’s Artistic, Women’s Artistic and Trampoline Gymnastics – to be podium performers; contenders for winning Olympic and World Championship medals.

To achieve this, GA has embarked on a ten-year strategy …

Gymnastics Australia release High Performance Plan for 2018 and beyond

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

2 thoughts on “Australia’s High Performance Plan”

  1. They are always coming up with strategies. That always fail to identify the issues and miss the target.

    This one is no exception and I don’t see much change from their last strategy that was a dismal failure.

    I’m a GA competitive member and they certainly did not consult me or anyone I know. They are not interested in feedback anyway unless it involves them collecting yet more fees.

    The main issue here is that despite there being plenty of gymnastics clubs around, almost all only do kindy/rec gym with a few only doing competitive up to about L5. The number of clubs doing competitive gymnastics past L7 is almost non existent. Part of the reason is that there aren’t enough coaches – and part of the reason for that is the accreditation process is ridiculously time consuming and expensive with a requirement to keep renewing it for several hundred dollars each time.


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