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WALLACE: It's almost like it's in my blood

(20/08/2019)
Our first and only Trampoline Olympic medallist, Ji Wallace, spoke with Gymnastics Australia and enjoyed reflecting on his fantastic career.

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Lidiia Iakovleva prepares to face the world

(19/08/2019)
One of Australia’s best and brightest stars in the Rhythmic Gymnastics program, Lidiia Iakovleva cherishes every experience the sport has provided.

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The sky is the limit for Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva

(16/08/2019)
Last year, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva was just 16 years old and competing in her first major Senior International event.

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Lasting Legacy Left by Danielle Prince

(15/08/2019)
As Australia’s most decorated Rhythmic Gymnast, Danielle Prince has left a lasting legacy as an athlete after she retired at the start of this year.

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An Olympic dream became a reality for Danielle Le Ray

(14/08/2019)
Continuing on with Gymnastics Australia’s 70th anniversary celebrations, GA had the pleasure to chat with Australia’s sole Rhythmic Gymnastics athlete at the 2000 Olympic Games, Danielle ‘Dani’ Le Ray.

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NEDOV: There's a multitude of possibilities

(12/08/2019)
Australia’s current Beam Queen, Emma Nedov, is making her mark on the international stage in 2019.

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A Statement from Gymnastics Australia

(9/08/2019)
The GA Board met today and discussed the membership model to come into effect from 2020. GA is now working with each state and territory to develop a joint communication that will be sent to all clubs by the end of this month.

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Georgia-Rose Brown proud to inspire the next generation

(9/08/2019)
As one of the world’s tallest gymnasts ever to compete, Georgia-Rose Brown has continued to remain at the highest level in the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics program.

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The process of becoming an Olympian in 1956 with Wendy Grant

(9/08/2019)
Today, Gymnastics Australia takes a trip back to 1956, the year that Australia had their first Women’s Artistic Gymnastics athletes attend the Olympic Games.

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World Champion Lauren Mitchell Reflects On Her Career

(7/08/2019)
Continuing on Gymnastics Australia’s 70th anniversary celebrations, Australia’s most successful and decorated Women’s Artistic Gymnast, Lauren Mitchell, looks back on her time in the sport.

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