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Gymnastics For All

Gymnastics is a sport which develops balance, flexibility, coordination, strength and agility – all attributes of good physical development. It offers a wide variety of activities ensuring a participant will be challenged and be successful. Through interaction in the structured environment of gymnastics, listening skills, self respect, and respect for others are developed. And to top it all off, gymnastics is fun!

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Men’s Artistic

Men’s gymnastics is a sport that exemplifies strength and dynamic ability. Many of the participants in men’s gymnastics experience the thrill of defying gravity, and performing skills that would seem impossible to the average individual.

Men’s Artistic Gymnastics is comprised of six exciting and demanding apparatus: Floor Exercise, Pommel Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar.

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Women’s Artistic

Women’s Artistic Gymnastics is definitely the most popular discipline in the gymnastics family. It is an incredibly challenging sport, demanding strength, power, flexibility, agility, courage, and a combination of technical precision and artistic creativity. When these elements are mastered, the performances appear almost effortless and are riveting to watch.

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Trampoline & Tumbling

Trampoline Gymnastics consists of four events; Individual Trampoline, Synchronized Trampoline, Double Mini Trampoline, and Tumbling. The routines are judged according to difficulty and execution as seen in others sports such as diving.

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The Manitoba Gymnastics Association (MGA) is a non-profit sport organization, which is athlete-centered in its focus. The MGA, which was incorporated in 1968, is a progressive, service – oriented organization, which offers high quality programs for athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers.

Committees and staff in the Provincial Office oversee each of these programs. The MGA in its planning continues to provide service to our members, while at the same time being fiscally responsible. This is an on – going challenge, but one which we are prepared to meet, as our Association approaches 7,500 members.