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The Australian Gymnastics Federation hosted a “three-discipline” Level 2 Academy at the excellent facilities of the Australian Institute for Sport (AIS) in the capital city of Canberra on December 13-20, 2016. The disciplines of Aerobic-, Rhythmic-, and Trampoline Gymnastics were held simultaneously with the theory lectures being shared by all. This triple Academy followed a similar course exactly one year ago for Men’s-, Women’s, and Acrobatic Gymnastics.
Because Australia has had a good level of coach education and good international competition results it was eligible to apply for the license to teach the FIG Level 1 and Level 2 Academy content within its own country to its own coaches and with its own experts. …
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July 28-31, Liverpool
Thursday 28 and Friday 29 July – Aerobic Gymnastics British Championships
Friday 29, Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July – Rhythmic Gymnastics and Acrobatic Gymnastics British Championships
Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July – TeamGym 2016 British Championships and 2016 GB Gym for Life Challenge
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