Article by: Jane Pokou “What should my gymnast eat?” This is a question that most parents ask themselves. As much as we want our gymnasts to succeed in their sport, it is important to remember that a gymnast exercises much longer than a non-gymnast, so their nutritional needs are different. The demands that gymnastics puts … Continue reading Nutritional Tips for Gymnasts
Category Athlete Overall Placing Event Placing (Top Three) LEVEL ONE 10B Xaiden Nath 8th FX (1st) 10B Mantas Stankevicius 13th 11A Aiden Lin 3rd PB (1st), HB (1st), PH (3rd) Arthur Loiselle 18th 11B Garnet Schultz 4th PH (1st), HB (3rd) Aiden Boily 1st PB(1st), HB (1st), SR (2nd), FX (3rd) Alex Wowkodaw 6th VT … Continue reading MAG 3rd Ontario Cup Results
The MAG Second Provincial Cup results are in and we had some fabulous perfomances! Special mention to Oakville Gymanstics Level One Athletes who placed FIRST overall in team competition. Category Athlete Overall Placing Event Placing (Top Three) LEVEL ONE 10B Xaiden Nath 9th FX (1st), HB (3rd) 10B Mantas Stankevicius 10th VT (2nd) 10B … Continue reading Congratulations!
Elijah Bustamante- MAG by Jane Pokou Life is busy, and for most, it’s easy to get caught up in the world of the fast paced hustle-and-bustle day after day. However, for the parents of eight-year old gymnast, Elijah Bustamante, they are excited to hear about their son’s ‘FUN’ day at gymnastics. Every time Elijah returns … Continue reading ATHLETE OF THE MONTH
Article by: Kathleen LaPalme Congratulations to Ashlee Chan on being selected as January’s acro athlete of the month! Every acro trio needs a strong, solid base that will hold the team together as it performs eye-catching balance skills. The base carries the weight of the team through hours of training dynamic routines, lends support when faced with mental … Continue reading Meet January’s Acro Athlete of the Month – Ashlee Chan
Mikayla Kis: For Love of the Sport She doesn’t seek out the spotlight or quest for notoriety. She doesn’t glory in the awards or wait for recognition. Instead, she very quietly and humbly focuses on the tasks at hand and on doing whatever needs to be done in order to get her skills and be her very best. Therefore, … Continue reading Athlete of the Month: Mikayla Kis, WAG
Chloe Vurro is currently a Level 5 National Level Tumbler. She has been in the gym almost her whole life. She was 4 years old when she started competitive gymnastics, and 10 years old when she started power tumbling. Now at 14 years old, Chloe is competing across Ontario and Canada with the Oakville Gymnastics … Continue reading Athlete of the Month – Chloe Vurro – Tumbling