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Why is competition in youth sport bad?

Kids playing baseball

 

It's Not!

Competitive sport might not be appropriate for all kids, but I feel strongly that it helps to build strong, confident and well-balanced children. Children who are better prepared for the trials and tribulations they will face in life.


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Attention coaches! New UBC graduate certificate

 

The University of British Columbia begins an exciting new graduate certificate for high performance coaches and technical sport leaders in August 2015. The Canadian Sport Institute Pacific (CSI Pacific) has partnered with UBC to create the program, which has been endorsed by the Coaching Association of Canada. 


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Sandra Lewis moving on from Gymnastics BC

Dear Gymnastics BC members:


After much thought, I have decided to leave my role as Gymnastics BC’s communications director. This wasn’t an easy decision.


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2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships wrap-up

Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships logoAfter three days of competition, the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships came to a close on Sunday afternoon. Six hundred and sixty gymnasts representing 48 clubs from every corner of the province competed in the huge event.  Hosted by Flicka Gymnastics, the Sportsplex at Capilano University saw non-stop action from Friday morning until Sunday evening.


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Final six GBC champions crowned

 

The 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships concluded today at Capilano University in North Vancouver.

Clair Kaji (Flicka), Seina Cho (Omega), Darren Wong (Vancouver Phoenix), Evan Fedder (Vancouver Phoenix), Brady Reeleder (Surrey) and Dylan Hehr (Langley) were all crowned GBC champions.


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Novice women and Level One boys complete at GBC championships

 

Ilka Juk (Omega) won the women's national/HP novice competition in Sunday's second session at the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships in North Vancouver.


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Final day of GBC championships underway in North Vancouver

2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships


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Second day of championships concludes in North Vancouver

The second day of competition at the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships wrapped up on Saturday night in North Vancouver.

Brianna Owen (North Peace), Ella Rogers (Delta), Zach Clay (Twisters), Chris Kaji (Richmond), Michael Sibley (Flicka) and Treyson Cerrato (Surrey) GBC championships.


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Four new GBC champions crowned

 

Four extremly close competitions were featured in the afternoon session at the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships. In the end, Cole Schallig (Delta), Jonathan Ray (Richmond), Emanuel Gutierrez Sandoval (Surrey) and Celine May (TAG) are the four newest Gymnastics BC champions.


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First men's awards presented in North Vancouver

 

The men began competition at the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships in North Vancouver. Olivier McDougall (Okanagan) and Riley Michael (Campbell River) were the first men's GBC champions while Jayleen Lim (Key City) won for the women.


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Second day underway in North Vancouver

 

The second day of the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships got underway this morning in North Vancouver at Capilano University.

The all around champions from the first session areTessa Fisk (Langley), Makenna Guidish (Splitz) and Paige Wournell (Wings).


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Championships day one concludes in North Vancouver

 

Day one at the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships concluded with Kennedy Duke (Langley) and Eva Stewart (Delta) winning all around titles.


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Three new GBC champions

 

Hannah Volpe (Splitz), Sierra Arn (Balance) and Naraa Little (Powell River) are the latest gymnasts to be crowned Gymnastics BC champions


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Second session GBC champions crowned

 

Nica de Guzman (Delta) and Linnea Ganstal (Kamloops) are the newest 2015 Gymnastics BC champions.

De Guzman won a very close JO 6 (2003) competition by a mere 0.100 points over Bridget McLean (Balance) and 0.450 points ahead of Alicia Liu (Club Aviva). She also won silver on beam and bronze on vault.


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First GBC champions crowned!

Olivia Windbiel (Langley) and Isabel Tan-Ng (Omega) are the first 2015 Artistic Gymnastics BC champions.

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2015 GCG Annual Stakeholder Survey

Gymnastics Canada is asking for your feedback


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