FreeG is here!
Gymnastics Australia has officially launched the new freestyle gymnastics program, FreeG at the National Clubs Carnival in Bendigo.
Freestylers from Manly Warringah Gymnastics club entertained a packed house at the Bendigo Stadium with a display of dynamic skills, demonstrating the explosive nature of FreeG. Spectators were able to get involved by trying their hand at freestyle in the FreeG ‘Interactive Zone’.
Gymnastics Australia President Jacqui Wetherill joined the floor to share her view on what makes FreeG the most exciting new initiative to hit our shores. “We hope the launch of FreeG will encourage those that have never taken part in gymnastics to visit their local club and get involved in this exciting new program”.
First developed by British Gymnastics to help clubs retain gymnasts, FreeG caters for young people looking to participate in adrenaline fuelled freestyle sports.
Gymnastics Australia has created a new website www.freeg.org.au
in order to promote FreeG as well as supporting clubs and coaches offering the program. You can find your local FreeG club, watch coaching videos and interact with others via the social media wall. Coach workshops are available now to upskill coaches.
If you want to know more about this exciting new initiative visit www.freeg.org.au