Syque Caesar USOPTC Head Coach

If you follow Syque on social media, you know he’s a very astute Gymnastics expert.

Syque Caesar has been named head coach for the men’s gymnastics athlete resident program at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center (OPTC) in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA Gymnastics announced Tuesday. …

Caesar will oversee all aspects of the USOPTC Resident Team Program, where he will be responsible for athlete development and building training and competition plans for all resident athletes. He also will serve as an educational and technical resource for other coaches in the gymnastics community …

Coach Team Canada

Once again, Gymnastics Canada is advertising for a WAG National Team Head Coach.

In recent years, Ellie Black’s coach — David Kikuchi — has mostly filled that role.

Any candidate applying should have experience coaching one of the top 8 teams in the world.

Nick Ruddock was brought in as a guest coach for the most recent National Team Camp. He posted this photo on Facebook.

Coach in Prince Edward Island

Canadians are nice. BUT it’s not easy for an international to get a work visa to coach.

The Island Gymnastics Academy (Charlottetown, PEI) is searching for a full-time Women’s Competitive Coach

We are looking for a dynamic and passionate individual who will help deliver our Women’s Competitive Program.

We are a values-based not-for-profit organization that puts front and centre the health, safety and physical/mental well-being of our members and staff. We endeavour to provide programming that adheres to all the values of Safe Sport, and to make the principles of gymnastics not just a sport, but a life-long, lifestyle choice.

Gymnastics Canada JOBS

Olivia Dunne for activewear Vuori

NCAA is getting lucrative. For a select few.

Dunne, a sophomore from New Jersey, has 4.4 million Tik Tok followers and 1.3 million Instagram followers, making her the most followed college athlete.

She will use the platforms for Vuori marketing campaigns like photoshoots, social media takeovers and both virtual and in-person events over the next two years. …

LSU Tigers

Cirque reopened in Vegas

Mystère and “O” have launched. Already sold out.

I joined a group of Ninja competitors who were in Vegas for competition. I’ve seen Mystère many times and found the current performers as impressive as ever. It’s one of their best shows for acrobatics.

There’s a timeline to reopen many of the other shows including touring troupes.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.