GBC hires Jeff Thomson as Coach Education Development Manager

Gymnastics BC announced today that Jeff Thomson has been hired as Gymnastics BC’s Coach Education Development Manager. Thomson will administer and streamline the current GBC NCCP Program. He will also develop new recreational and competitive coach education programs and services.

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Scott Nabata and Robert Watson selected for Senior Pan Am Championships

Gymnastics BC athletes Scott Nabata (Kamloops) and Robert Watson (Twisters) along with coach Richard Ikeda (Twisters) have been selected by Gymnastics Canada for the 2014 Senior Pan Am Championships.

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Nine medals for B.C. athletes at Canada Cup trampoline competition

In the last national meet before qualifications begin for the 2015 Pan American Games next year in Toronto, Olympians Rosie MacLennan and Karen Cockburn resumed dominance in Canada, winning gold and silver on individual trampoline at the Canada Cup from July 24-27.

Gymnastics BC athletes won nine medals including five gold. Leading the way was Shasta's Kyle Carragher who won the men's junior DMT title, added silver in Junior trampoline and bronze with Ben Blais (Shasta) in senior synchro.

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Scott Morgan shines at 2014 Commonwealth Games

North Vancouver’s Scott Morgan (Flicka Gymnastics) and Chilliwack’s Zachary Clay (Twisters Gymnastics) brought home multiple medals from the recent Commonwealth Games. Morgan won individual gold medals on rings and vault; and silver in the floor exercise. Alongside Clay, the duo helped Canada to the bronze in the team competition.

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Team Canada captures bronze, Zachary Clay eighth-place on high bar

GLASGOW, Scotland – BC’s very own Zachary Clay and Scott Morgan were two members of Canada’s powerhouse gymnastics team, winning the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games.

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