First developed by British Gymnastics, FreeG fuses traditional gymnastics and acrobatic tricks, with kicks and leaps made famous through martial arts and brought to worldwide attention by festival performances and stunt actors.
The first FreeG Grand Prix in Australia kicked off on Sunday – with the first of three competitions before the final, held at Kimnastix in NSW.
Designed to capture the excitement and fast pace of Ninja Warrior, our latest LaunchPad program is now available for clubs and schools.
Gymnastics Australia has officially launched the new freestyle gymnastics program, FreeG at the National Clubs Carnival in Bendigo.
Audiences at the Australian National Championships were captivated by the dynamic FreeG display provided by Skylarks Gymnastics club.
GfA Technical Committee member Ben Cork recently visited clubs in the UK to find out how the FreeG program is helping to retain their athletes and attract new young members off the street. ‘1066’ Gymnastics Club coach Liam Noakes discusses how his c
Why not extend your coach expertise to include skills and know-how to lead FreeG sessions and add a new and fresh activity at your club.