Article by: Joelle Paris Congratulations to Alexandra (Lexi) Kim-Lemay who is our current athlete of the month! In many ways, Lexi did not choose gymnastics but rather gymnastics chose Lexi, “my mom thought that I was too crazy and could not sit still, so she put me in gymnastics.” Lexi began her gymnastics journey in Artistic gymnastics but quickly realized that she had … Continue reading May Athlete of the Month – Alexandra (Lexi) Kim-Lemay
Rising Star: Meet WAG’s Lia Redick 37.7875. That is the very impressive score with which nine year old Lia Redick will be going to the WAG Level 6 Ontario Championships. In all three of her qualifiers, this pint sized, Team 4 member, earned outstanding scores to match each of her amazingly solid routines, resulting in her … Continue reading April Athlete of the Month – Lia Redick – Rising Star
You just have to smile when you see Ethan, standing proudly in the gym, a strong and athletic 8 year old. You’d never know he was born premature at 31 weeks at Sunnybrook Hospital, weighing in at a fragile 3 pounds and 15 ounces. Ethan was in ICU for the first two months of life! … Continue reading March Athlete of the Month – Ethan Merrett – Going Strong!
Congratulations to all of our MAG athletes who competed last weekend in Mississauga at the Third Ontario Cup Qualifier! In the last qualifier before Provincials we saw many personal best performances and some fantastic overall awards! Category Athlete Overall Placing Event Placing (Top Three) 9A Graham MacLennon 5th 2nd in PB Aiden Boily 6th 3rd … Continue reading MAG Third Ontario Cup Results
MAG Tryout Poster Our team is searching for the next generation of strong, fast, and eager gymnasts! Boys ages 4-9 are invited to attend our second last open tryout for next season’s Competitive Team.⠀ ⠀ Please sign up at the office or contact Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org to make alternate arrangements.⠀ ⠀ Tuesday March 5, 2019 … Continue reading MAG Tryouts are Coming Up!
Ouch!…Now What? by Cheska Jackson Before we begin, please note, I am not a doctor– just a former athlete with some biological knowledge and a mom of two gymnasts who has a lot of experience with ice packs and heating pads. In the case of any injury, you are advised to seek the attention of … Continue reading Ouch….Now What ?
Meet Maria Maldonado, Provincial 4 Tumbler. Maria first started recreational gymnastics at the age of four at Oakville Gymnastics and began competitive tumbling at the age of 10 when one of her coaches saw a good fit. Unlike most other sports, Maria sees tumbling as an individual sport which requires improving on your own specific … Continue reading Athlete of the Month: Maria Maldonado – Tumbling