TAISO Gymnastics Training Centre has 1000+ gymnasts operating out of its 12,000 square foot facility.
Basic Job Description:
To oversee TAISO WAG Competitive Program, candidate must be able to coach all four events, be familiar with Canadian Junior Olympic program, F.I.G. Code of Points and have good communication skills with children and parents. This is a Full-Time position, 35 hours/week.
- Minimum NCCP Level 3 Certification in Artistic Gymnastics (or equivalent).
- Ability to work and live in Canada
- Start Date September 2019
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter with expected salary to Shawn (@) bellaliant.com. Deadline to apply – July 15, 2019.
Prince Rupert Gymnastics in Canada is looking for a full-time Head Coach. And assistants.
Starting Salary for a Head Coach with equivalent of Level 3 Artistic Gymnastics would be $50,000-60,000/year (depending on experience) including a benefit package paid 80% by the employer, negotiable depending on credentials.
If applying as a head coach assistant coach team, the secondary person’s wage would start at $40,000/year including a benefit package paid 80% by the employer, negotiable depending on the success of the organization.
To learn more email portgym (a) gmail.com
Kristiansands Gymnastic Club in the south of Norway is 160 years old and has 1100 members.
They are looking for a new WAG Head Coach. Salary negotiable depending on experience and qualifications.
For more information al (a) ktfturn.no
You can give money to Mattel for a Dipa Barbie.
Mattel sucks a little bit less after adding new dolls inspired by real, successful women to its “Role Model” collection.
But this product has done a lot of damage over 60 years projecting unrealistic body image to young girls. Send your daughter to Gymnastics instead of buying them plastic crap.
Silver medal at the World Cup at home in Australia.
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Emma’s looking one hard athlete in this new ad for Activewear brand Running Bare.
Part of their ‘This One’s For Me’ campaign.
“the importance of physical mindfulness and self-belief”
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(via Blythe Lawrence)
I’ve not yet seen any response from USA Gymnastics on this.
For example, Alan Bower:
Bower had the financial support he needed to continue training for Tokyo 2020. As a non-NCAA member of the U.S. national senior men’s team, Bower received a $1,875 monthly stipend from USA Gymnastics …
“Allan really relies on that check to pay his rent and continue to train for the Olympics,” Williams said Thursday. “He was deferring medical school until after 2020, but if he doesn’t get paid soon he can’t pay his rent and he’s probably just going to go to medical school because he can’t afford to sit around and expect payments and then not get those.”
USA Gymnastics has also not paid bonuses to coaches for the men’s and women’s U.S. teams that competed at the World Championships last fall.
USA Gymnastics has not paid U.S. men’s national team members this month
Christchurch School of Gymnastics is looking for experienced Head Coaches for both their MAG and WAG programs.
New facility currently under construction.
At a recent Canadian course career coaches were reflecting whether or not they were workaholics.
Several resolved to find a better balance in future.
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