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2012 Annual Report
Joshua Jefferis
2012 Olympian
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Governance and Management
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President’s Report
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CEO Report
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Club Services Report
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Events Report
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Education Report
www.gymqld.org.au
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High Performance Centre Report
Design
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Men’s Gymnastics Report
Xiao Fei Li @ Gymnastics Queensland
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Women’s Gymnastics Report
Copyright ©2012 Gymnastics Queensland
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Rhythmic Gymnastics Report
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Trampoline Sports Report
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Acrobatic Gymnastics Report
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Sport Aerobics Report
Gymnastics Queensland
2012 Annual Report
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Treasurer’s Report
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Financial Report
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Recognition of our V.I.G’s
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2012 Annual Award Winners
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Queensland State Teams
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State Results
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Membership Statistics
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Life Members
Pam Baldwyn
Dr Mike Bennett
JJ Betts (deceased)
Dr. Graham Bond
Lisa Bristow
Alan Burn (deceased)
Hugh Cheales (deceased)
Barry Cheales OAM
Jeff Cheales OAM
Jack Deeney (deceased)
Ena Duffield
Peter Dowdell
Dr. Trevor Dowdell
Sherelle Graham
Thomas Ludwig (deceased)
Ken Mathers Shirley Mathers
Colin Morwood OAM
Len RansonPett RaynerCherie Rutherford
Dianne SmithKerry SmythMelanie Tonks
Frank Vig OAM (deceased)
Julie Wight
Dr John Wilby
Raymond Young OAM
Joy Scott
Allen Scott
Anna Turetschek
Patron
Her Excellency the Governor of Queensland
Ms Penelope Wensley AC
Board of Management
PresidentAnita Hobson-Powell
Vice PresidentVicki Flamsteed
General MemberTim Quinlivin
General MemberAndy Whitworth
General MemberTracie Brooks
Special Board MemberMac Stirling
State Office Staff
CEOKym Dowdell OAM
State AdministratorTeresa Muirhead
Gymsport ManagerKate Cannon
Business Services & State Team TravelDenise Rookwood
Club Services ManagerKath Graham
Gymsport Assistant Chris Behan
Events ManagerJoann Aitken
Education ManagerKim Richardson
Membership Services AssistantBen Williams
Youth Participation CoordinatorKate Wadkin
ReceptionMaddison Gillespie
High Performace Centre Staff
HPC Gymnastics Program Manager
Kate Cannon
HPC Men’s Head CoachSerguei Chinkar
Men’s CoachSean Wilson / Sam Simpson
HPC Women’s Head Coach Vladimir Joura
Women’s CoachIrina Joura / Vladimir Zakharov
Ballet Teacher Part TimeNatalia Antonenko
Gymsport Co-ordinators
MAGSam SimpsonWAG
Kate Cannon
RG
TRP
Joann Aitken
AERChris BehanACR
Kath Graham
Denise Rookwood
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Anita Hobson-Powell
President
The Gymnastics Queensland Board focused on a number of key projects for
4.High performance - Our finally project was to undertake a review of our High Performance Programs.
2012 that were of strategic importance for the membership. These projects
Although this has been held up with the recent release of the Australian Sports Commission’s (ASC) 2020
being:
plan for Olympic Sports and our need to align our programs to the ASC’s goals, we are confident we will
then be in a place to strengthen our position in delivering elite gymnasts for national teams.
1. Strategic plan 2013-2016 - The 2013-2016 Strategic Plan was completed
and now aligns with the strategic direction of Gymnastics Australia. The
Our Association saw growth rates in membership for 2012. We saw an increase in Gymnast Membership
Board are looking forward to rolling out our plan and we are also enthusiastic
of 7.45 % with a total of 39,250 gymnasts at the end of 2012 compared to 36, 326 in 2011. We must pay
about having all our SMCs working with us to deliver our key goals.
tribute to our clubs for their hard work in increasing our members. Technical Membership also increased to
1225 members in 2012 compared with 1070 for 2011.
2. Facility plan – A facilities plan through a partnership with Strategic
Leisure was finalised mid 2012. This facilities plan is the first in its kind
Throughout our 2012 Annual Report are details regarding the Association’s activities and successes of our
for gymnastics, let alone any sport. The final document mapped out the
individual Gymsports.
need for gymnastics facilities throughout Queensland over the next 20
years. Never before has a sport been proactive in determining the future
In summary, these included 38 club hosted events, 49 invitational events, 10 state championship events,
facilities needs for their sport to cater for the growth and demographics
and 62 education courses involving 771 participants.
for the various regions. We consider that it is important for the Association
to understand the requirements for gymnastics facilities around the State
Internationally Queensland saw great results, in particular 2 athletes being chosen for the London Olympic
currently and forecast the anticipated requirements into the future. We are
Games. Congratulations must go to Joshua Jefferis who placed 19th all around in the MAG competition, the
now using this plan to discuss with local councils the need for gymnastics
best performance of an Australian MAG Gymnast at an Olympic Games, Larrissa Miller who was a member
facilities in their region (Logan, Ipswich & Sunshine Coast).
of the WAG team which placed 10th. Thomas Pichler was the shadow MAG gymnast for the Olympic
Games.
3. Club services - The Club Services Committee continued to meet and
discuss services that the Association needs to provide to support clubs to
Other key international events our gymnasts competed at included: London Test event, Vitaly Sherbo Cup,
deliver recreational and competitive gymnastics. A key feature in developing
Austrian TGQ Future Cup, Doha World Cup, Japan Team Cup, DTB Team Cup, Marseille Cup and Japan
a services plan was to recognise the different needs of our clubs – small,
Junior International. The HPC report provides details into the excellent results achieved.
medium, large, not for profits, private, PCYC and YMCA. One key focus was
to start reviewing our affiliation fee structure to make if fair and encourage
At a national level, Queensland once again proved to be a dominant force, with a number of teams and
growth in clubs. This project will continue into 2013 with Gymnastics
individual athletes achieving gold medals. Queensland’s strong developmental pathways, state squads and
Australia also reviewing their fee structure. This year we wanted to start
coach education system have allowed Queensland to continue to experience success at a national level.
rewarded clubs who registered a large number of recreational gymnasts.
Clubs were rewarded with vouchers to attend Congress or coaches
The Board and Staff of Gymnastics Queensland would like to sincerely thank our many volunteers
courses. We look forward to continuing to reward clubs for their growth in
throughout the state, from SMCs, club administrators, coaches, judges and competition staff. The Board
recreational numbers in years to come.
acknowledges that our volunteers underpin the long term success of the Association.
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then becoming Technical Members. A total of 419 candidates attended Level 1 Courses and 177 attended
Salto Workshops. There were 313 judges attaining a judge’s accreditation or upgrading their judge’s
accreditation. We appreciate that the education of our coaches and judges is integral if we are to continue
to grow our membership.
Kym Dowdell
CEO
To ensure we are prepared for the introduction of the new coach education framework, GQ has conducted
Course Presenter Upskilling Workshops. There are now a total of 11 Coach Presenters qualified to deliver
the new courses in 2013; with another course planned for Feburday 2013.
In 2012 Gymnastics Queensland has continued to build upon the initiatives established in 2011 to build
A very successful 2012 Congress under a new format which included mini congresses in Yeppoon and
stronger clubs and grow our membership.
Cairns was delivered focussing on programs that will build membership numbers. Frank Sahlein the Director
Club Services
Cairns.
of 3rd Level Consulting delivered inspiring presentations on Club Development in Brisbane, Yeppoon and
The 2012 year started with the Inaugural Annual Club Awards and the Club Development and Coaches
Congress. 21 Clubs receiving awards across 7 Categories.
Gymsports
On the National Stage a total of 27% of National Champions were from Queensland. Congratulations to the
Once again the GQ Board and Staff were very proactive in the Club Development area with the following
gymnasts, coaches and clubs who were responsible for this awesome results.
initiatives introduced:
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38 Complimentary Congress Vouchers were distributed to 31 clubs based on their Recreation and Kindergym Membership
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146 Complimentary Coach Course Vouchers were distributed to 51 clubs based on their Recreation and Kindergym Membership
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Development of an Online educational program addressing Procedures for Incident reporting. This program will be launched in 2013.
MAG
7 out of possible 8
87.5%
WAG
3 out of possible 9
33.33%
RG
1 out of possible 11
9.09%
TRP
12 out of possible 57
17.54%
ACR
2 out of possible 26
7.69%
AER
20 out of possible 52
38.46%
On the International Stage, two Queenslanders were selected to represent Australia at the 2012 London
Olympic Games.
The 2011 initiatives continued to be delivered:
• MAG - Joshua Jefferis
• WAG – Larrissa Miller
Joshua performed above expectation, qualifying for the All Around Finals and placing 19th which is the
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Three complimentary Club Toolbox sessions and a DVD of the presentations forwarded to all clubs
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Complimentary access to Online Club Management Tools through 3rd Level Consulting
highest ranking ever by an Australian MAG athlete. Larrissa was part of the Women’s Team who qualified
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Regional and Remote Club Visits by the Club Services Manager
in 10th position.
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State Squads and Gymsport Workshops subsidised by Gymnastics Queensland
GQ continues to recognise World Cup Cheer as the delivery arm for Cheerleading in Queensland. World
Event Department
Cup Cheer conducted 6 events in Queensland alone, with over 6,000 participants; offering competition
The Event Team successfully managed a full complement of Sanctioned Events and State Championships.
divisions in Cheer, Pom, Dance, Display and School.
The year started early due to the National Championships moving to May which necessitated all State
Championships and trials for State teams needing to take place in March and April. The revision of the
Staff
Event Sanctioning Process ensured Clubs were conducting competitions with due consideration given to
During 2012 we welcomed some new staff to our team; Kate Cannon, Gymsport and High Performance
safe practices.
Manager; Kath Graham, Club Services Manager and Kate Wadkin Youth Participation Co-ordinator. We
The State Club Championships in Caloundra continues to be a highlight for the Artistic Calender and was
Gymnastics. We are fortunate to have a staff who take pride in their work and who are also competent,
once again supported by the Sunshine Coast Regional Council.
enthusiastic and truly want to serve our membership.
farewelled Sam Simpson who has taken a full time coaching position with Lawnton Academy of Artistic
Gymnastics Queensland hosted three National Club Championships in 2012.
In the last two years we have come a long way to improving our services, programs and opportunities for
Trampoline National Clubs
our members however there is still a lot of work to do. We are fortunate that the GQ Board, GQ Staff and
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Men’s National Clubs
the Gymsport Committees are up for the challenge.
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Acrobatic Gymnastics National Clubs
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In closing I offer my sincere thanks to the President, Anita Hobson- Powell and the GQ Board for their
Education
support and leadership during 2012. Without this leadership we would not have made the significant
Education courses and workshops continue to be of a high standard with large numbers attending the
progress of recent times. Thank you to all our partners, Queensland Government through Queensland
Level 1 Courses. There has been an increase in the number of candidates completing assessment and
Academy of Sport, Sport Recreation Queensland, Gymnastics Australia and the other State Associations.
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Kath Graham
Club Services Manager
3rd Level Consulting Services provided as Affiliation Benefit for all clubs.
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3 Club Toolbox Briefings hosted, filmed and distributed to member clubs.
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13 clubs successfully applied for Star 3.
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4 clubs successfully upgraded to Star 4.
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Visits to Caboolture, Ipswich, Blackwater, Bundaberg, Emerald, Gladstone, Keppel Coast, Mackay, Rockhampton, Yeppoon, Toowoomba, Chinchilla, Dalby, Warwick, Atherton, Cairns, Malanda, Mareeba, Mossman, Beenleigh, Townsville, Mt Isa, Cooroy, Gympie, Nambour, Coomera and SE QLD (Brisbane, Sunshine Coast & Gold Coast).
Membership:
In 2012, Gymnastics Queensland continues to focus on the clubs that are “Gymnastics in Queensland”.
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Gymnastics Queensland welcomed the following new Affiliates in 2012:
MyDynamics Aerobics Gymnastics
The Club Services Sub-Committee continued to provide direction with particular input into the
YMCA Bowen Hills
acknowledgement of increased participation numbers across clubs in Queensland in 2012. A new GQ
YMCA Redlands Gymnastics
Award category for Participation in Clubs was presented at the GQ Awards night for 2012 with the top 10
Amain Gymnastics
clubs being acknowledged for the high level of participation/non-competitive gymnasts at their clubs.
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Club dispersion across the state revealed that 74% of our membership (80 Clubs) are located in A number of visits associated with the Club 10 Quality Assurance Program were conducted throughout the
South East Queensland (SEQ):
year. Assistance provided ensured those clubs whose documentation was received in 2011/2012 were able
40 Brisbane Clubs (37%)
to complete any changes recommended in their Club 10 audits. Four clubs upgraded to the Star 4 status
40 Clubs - outside Brisbane but in SEQ (37%)
with thirteen achieving their Star 3. Four other clubs are in the process of finalising their documentation for
28 Regional Clubs (26%)
Star 3.
Star Ratings
No of Clubs 2011
No of Clubs 2012
GA is currently in the process of reviewing the Club 10 Program. Gymnastics Queensland looks forward to
Star 1
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working with GA to provide a product that will further assist Queensland clubs in ensuring they have the
Star 2
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41
Star 3
22
23
Star 4
2
7
Star 5
0
0
appropriate documentation and process in place within their clubs thus meeting all their governance and
Workplace Safety requirements and the tools for good management.
Promotion of Frank Sahlein’s 3rd Level Consulting also continued with Frank presenting to the Queensland
Gymnastics Congress in Brisbane, Yeppoon and Cairns in January 2012. Access to “101 Business Essentials
Library”, Monthly webinars and one on one sessions with Frank throughout the year has continued to assist
both private and community based clubs striving to put “Business Best Practice” into their clubs.
I would like to thank the clubs of Queensland, the GQ Staff and all Technical Members and gymnasts
for a very welcome back to Queensland and for all the support you have given me in my role as the Club
Services Manager.
Three Club Toolbox briefings were conducted in 2012 continuing to provide a forum for which information
and expertise was shared between each club in attendance. Each of these sessions were filmed for regional
clubs and distributed along with the relevant notes from each topic discussed. Each Toolbox session was
well attended as clubs realise the benefits to be gained for their clubs from the knowledge of the specific
topics offered.
The Club Services Manager undertook a number of club visits in total to 54 clubs in all areas of Queensland
providing a face to face contact and an opportunity for clubs to raise any concerns and issues directly.
Below is a quick snapshot of our membership in 2012.
2012 in Review:
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4 new clubs affiliated.
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3rd Level Consulting conducted workshops at the 2012 Congress in Brisbane, Yeppoon and Cairns in January.
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Joann Aitken
Events Manager
2
RG Challenges x 2
205
33
2
RG Multiples Challenge
112
17
2
RG Multiples State Championships
106
13
2
MAG Regionals x 7
416
100
2
MAG Grand Prix X 3
168
48
3
WAG Judges Classic
83
43
2
WAG Regionals x 9
947
260
2
WAG Team Challenge x 1
368
80
In 2012 Gymnastics Queensland sanctioned 97 Gymnastics competitions. This was made possible by the
enormous contribution of time and effort of club committees, club volunteers, GQ Staff, GQ SMCs and GQ
Volunteers.
The Gymnastics Queensland Event Team directly managed the following Category 1 Events.
10 State Championship Events and 2 National Clubs Events as per the table below:
Category
Event
Competitors
Technical Officials
1
TRP State Age and Open Championships
129
54
1
MAG, WAG, Senior State Championships
212
95
1
ACR State Championships
184
33
1
RG Senior State Championships
39
14
1
MAG, WAG, Junior State Championships
566
245
1
TRP National Club Championships
373
130
1
AER State Championships
293
43
1
WAG State Clubs & Sunshine Team Challenge
590
116
1
WAG Border Challenge
48
14
1
MAG National Clubs & State Clubs
274
75
1
ACR National Club Championships & ACR Qld Cup
163
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Gymnastics Queensland sanctioned a further 41 Invitational Events in 2012:
Discipline
MAG
MAG
RG
TRP
Number
12
20
1
8
We would like to thank our event sponsors, Sunshine Coast Council and Sunshine Coast Destination Ltd,
Mr Rental, and Sylvia P Sportswear who aid Gymnastics Queensland in helping to enhance the delivery of
our competitions.
Congratulations to the following volunteers who received 2012 GQ Service Awards at the Gymnastics
Queensland Annual Awards Night for their tireless and continued contribution to GQ Events.
Sport Aerobics
Rhythmic Gymnastics
Acrobatic Gymnastics
Acrobatic Gymnastics
Julie Ramage
Anna Ormrod
Caron Drake
Darryl Drake
Thank you to my other regular dedicated band of Volunteers who turn up year after year to assist at GQ
Events: Trevor Dowdell, Laureen Tkacik, David Delforce, Lou McNulty, Melissa Perkins, Mike Kelso, Karyn
Kelso, Steve South, Karen Wohling, Karen Jenkinson, Nichole Conolly, Sherelle Graham, Carman Mathews,
Patricia Pase, Allen & Joy Scott, Lana Vikulov, Dave Lister, Mark Wardell, Erika Bax, Vanessa Zeilinga, Pat
Coombes, Greta Stevenson, Desiree & Dominque Lees.
Gymnastics Queensland would also like to thank our regular suppliers of Venues and Goods and Services
whose timely and congenial delivery of the services makes the organization of our Category 1 Events run
Gymnastics Queensland’s Affiliated Clubs hosted an additional 38 events as per the table below:
smoothly: Venues - Sue from Ormiston College, Jody & Tracey from Sleeman Sports Complex, Steve
from Caloundra Indoor Stadium. Goods & Services - Sharon from Grinner Trophies, John from Orrsome
Category
Event
Competitors
Technical Officials
3
TRP Qualifiers x 2
135
40
2
RG Level 1-6 State Championship
104
20
2
AER Challenges x 2
484
48
2
AER Queensland Cup
302
32
3
ACR Qualifiers x 5
415
70
2
RG Trials x 2
144
34
Computing, Matt from Matts Furniture World Removals, John & Kerry from Comm 23, Sandy from GMD
Clothing, Maya from Fresh PR, Martin from Brisbane Fork Trucks, Graeme from Cranes HF Palmer, John
from Regent Staging, Russell Sports Trainer provider.
Thank you also to the following Clubs for being involved in the arduous task of setting up the equipment
for our category 1 competitions: GQ HPC, Maroochy Beach Gymnastics Association, Sunshine Coast
Gymnastics, Robertson Gymnastic Club, Intensity Aerobics Club & Moreton Bay College Gymnastics.
We would like to thank all of you for your dedication and commitment to running successful events in 2012
and look forward to working with you in 2013.
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Congress
After successfully conducting 3 mini congresses in 2011, it was decided to keep the same format for 2012.
Location
Kim Richardson
Education Manager
Introduction
Candidates
2 Day
1 Day
Half Day
Brisbane
61
101
85
Gladstone
9
14
6
Cairns
15
20
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With the theme for 2012 being ‘Chalking Up the Numbers’, the gymnastics community embraced education
2012 Coaching Courses
events with strong numbers.
In 2012, 760 coaches were registered as Technical Members. Across the state another 28 Coaches Courses
were delivered, in both South East Queensland and all regional areas.
Education Week 2012
2012 Regional Courses
Education Week - Judges Courses
Education Week - Coaches Courses
Discipline
Course
Venue
Candidates
Discipline
Course
Candidates
Discipline
Course
Candidates
KG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Emerald
8
WAG
Beginner
26
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
80
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Cairns
10
Intermediate
26
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
22
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Cairns
12
5
Level 1 Coaches Course
3
WAG
Gladstone
14
RG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Intermediate Bronze
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Townsville
3
Beginner
14
TRP
Level 1 Coaches Course
11
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Townsville
1
Intermediate
10
ACR
Level 1 Coaches Course
8
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Emerald
8
Intermediate Bronze
4
AER
Level 1 Coaches Course
9
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Emerald
7
4
Level 1 Coaches Course
27
TRP
Mackay
11
KG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Beginner
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Bundaberg
7
Intermediate
4
WAG, MAG
& TRP
Level 2 Part 1 General
Principles
15
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
Bundaberg
1
Intermediate
4
WAG, MAG
& TRP
Level 2 Part 2
17
Intermediate Bronze
7
Discipline
Course
Candidates
Beginner
4
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
18
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
23
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
5
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
7
AER
Level 1 Coaches Course
9
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
28
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
11
TRP
Level 1 Coaches Course
10
ACR
Level 1 Coaches Course
10
RG
Level 1 Coaches Course
7
MAG
TRP
RG
ACR
Education Week - Workshops
Workshop
Candidates
First Aid
5
Supervisor
6
2011 Brisbane Based Courses
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KG
Level 1 Coaches Course
16
WAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
33
MAG
Level 1 Coaches Course
9
WAG
Level 2 Part 3 Coaches Course
9
MAG
Level 2 Part 3 Coaches Course
3
KG
Level 1 Coaches Course
7
Presenter & Assessor
Presenter & Assessor Bridging
Course
5
2012 Judges Courses
In 2012 Queensland saw 465 Judges accredit as Technical Members. A total of 22 Judges courses were
run throughout the year.
Salto Workshop
Mackay
2
Salto Workshop
Sunshine Coast
1
Salto Workshop
Gladstone
7
Salto Workshop
Brisbane Congress
89
Salto Workshop
Yeppoon Congress
13
Salto Workshop
Cairns Congress
14
Course Presenters
A few of our dedicated team of coaches course presenters attended an up-skilling course in preparation for
Discipline
Course
Candidates
WAG
Beginner
56
Intermediate
11
Intermediate Bronze
5
Advanced Silver
1
Beginner
30
Intermediate
21
MAG
Intermediate Bronze
5
Advanced
3
RG
Intermediate Bronze
7
ACR
Beginner
7
TRP
Beginner
20
AER
Beginner
6
Intermediate
7
2012 Workshops
2012 saw an increase in the number of salto workshops conducted due to the Queensland requirement to
have attended this workshop in order to coach at a competition for particular levels of athletes.
Workshop
Venue
Candidates
TRP Salto Workshop
Brisbane
13
Salto Workshop
Brisbane
17
Salto Workshop
Brisbane
10
Salto Workshop
Brisbane
11
the new series of coaches courses due to be released by Gymnastics Australia in 2013. The remainder of
our coaches course presenting team will attend the up-skilling course in early 2013.
I do wish to thank the team of Course Presenters, both coaching & judging, that provide a high level of
education for our Technical Members.
Laureen Tkacik
Dr Trevor Dowdell
Peter Dowdell
Phil Hanson
Kate Cannon
Ashley Druve
Julie Kulbe
Catherine Buck
Liz Lyons
Melanie Tonks
John Yamasaki
Edith Peluso
Kath Graham
Laura Martin
Trisha Hade
Gina Peluso
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Coaching Staff
MAG
Serguei Chinkar WAG
Vladimir Joura
Sean Wilson Irina Joura
Natalia Joura
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Larrissa Miller
Gymnastics Moranbah
Rianna Mizzen
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Shannon Neate
Barron Valley Gymnastics Club
Grace Sheppard
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Chloe Sims
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Eden Tarvit
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Katie Wurth
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Sam SimpsonVladimir Zakharov
HP Manager: WAG Athletes – Development Squad
Kate Cannon
Program Athletes
Neilena Bazley
Dalby PCYC
Jaime Clarke
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
MAG Athletes – International Squad
Holly Cushing
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Mathew Curtis
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Chloe Hay Club Dynamite
Brody-Jai Hennessy
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Carma Holland
Redland City Gymsports
Joshua Jefferis
Y-West Gymnastic Club
Charli Ivey
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Mitchell Jones
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Britnee McGrath
Australasian Gymnastics & Dance Academy
Aden Messori
Club Dynamite
Elissa Raya
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Thomas Pichler
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Isla Ross
Super Performance Centre
Lachlan Savill
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Kate Sayer
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Robert Thornton
Brisbane Boys College
Alex Young
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Michael Tone
Maroochy Beach Gynastics Association
Naoya Tsukahara
Redland City Gymsports
Events
Kristian Wan
Club Dynamite
Queensland HPC’s Joshua Jefferis was Australia’s only representative in the Men’s event at the 2012
Trenten Wan
Club Dynamite
London Olympics. Hitting six from six routines, Joshua placed 19th in the All Around Individual Final
Jayden Williams
Delta Gymnastics Gold Coast
giving him Australia’s best Men’s Artistic Gymnastics All Around Olympic result ever. Queensland was also
represented on the Australian Women’s Team by HPC gymnast Larrissa Miller who’s consistency on the
MAG Athletes – Development Squad
Uneven Bars contributed to the Team placing 10th in qualifications.
Blake Brown
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Jackson Clarke
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
International MAG Events
Noah Eisenmenger
Sandgate PCYC
2012 London Olympic Test Event, London UK, January 2012
Finlay Kroon
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
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Joshua Jefferis – AA 32nd
Curtis Linderman
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
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Thomas Pichler – AA 55th
Jack Milller
Club Dynamite
Dylan Padley
Club Dynamite
Lewis Redding
Club Dynamite
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Senior Team (Joshua Jefferis, Thomas Pichler) placed 4th
Cassiel Rousseau
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
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Junior Team (Brody-Jai Hennessy, Lachlan Savill) placed 4th
Etienne Rousseau
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
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Joshua Jefferis – AA 5th, Floor 7th, Rings 3rd, P.Bars 4th, H.Bar 7th
Charlie Smith
Redland City Gymsports
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Thomas Pichler – AA 8th, Pommel 7th, H.Bar 6th
Jared Smyth
Sandgate PCYC
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Brody-Jai Hennessy – AA 8th, Vault 3rd, P.Bars 7th
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Lachlan Savill – AA 11th, H.Bar 6th
Pacific Rim, Seattle USA, March 2012
WAG Athletes – International Squad
Kyle Shewfelt Gymnastics Festival, March 2012
Sophie Budack
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Shar-Lee Clark
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
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Joshua Jefferis – AA 2nd, Rings 1st, P.Bars 1st
Emily Conran
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
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Thomas Pichler – AA 3rd, Floor 3rd
Tamika Jones
Sandgate PCYC
•
Brody Hennessy – AA 5th, Pommel 3rd, Vault 2nd, H.Bar 3rd
Daria Joura
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
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2012 London Olympics, London UK, 27th July – 12 August 2012
•
Joshua Jefferis – AA 19
•
Thomas Pichler – Travelling Reserve
Gymnastics Queensland 2012 Scholarship Holders
th
Austrian Future Cup, Linz AUT, December 2012
Scott Costin
January – December
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Mathew Curtis
January – July
HPC/Robertson Gymnastics Club
Brody-Jai Hennessy
January – December
HPC/Robertson Gymnastics Club
•
Team (Trenten Wan, Jackson Clarke) placed 4
Joshua Jefferis
January – December
HPC/Y-West Gymnastic Club
•
Trenten Wan – AA 4th, Rings 3rd, P.Bars 2nd
Mitchell Jones
January – December
HPC/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
•
Jackson Clarke – AA 7 , Rings 2 , H.Bar 3
th
Aden Messori
August – December
HPC/Club Dynamite
Thomas Pichler
January – December
HPC/Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
International WAG Events
Lachlan Savill
January – December
HPC/Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Gymnix, Montrel CAN, March 2012
Robert Thornton
January – December
HPC/Brisbane Boys College
th
nd
rd
•
Junior Team (Tamika Jones) placed 2
Naoya Tsukahara
January – December
HPC/Redland City Gymsports
•
Larrissa Miller – U.Bars 1st
Kristian Wan
January – December
HPC/Club Dynamite
•
Tamika Jones (JNR) – Vault 1
Trenten Wan
January – December
HPC/Club Dynamite
Shar-Lee Clark
January – December
HPC/Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Emily Conran
January – December
HPC/Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
nd
st
Pacific Rim, Seattle USA, March 2012
•
Tamika Jones – Travelling Reserve
Georgia Godwin
January – December
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Tamika Jones
January – December
HPC/Sandgate PCYC
Daria Joura
January – December
HPC/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Natalia Joura
January – December
HPC/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
2012 London Olympics, London UK, 27th July – 12August 2012
Amaya King Koi
January – December
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Team (Larrissa Miller) placed 10th in qualification
Larrissa Miller
January – December
HPC/Gymnastics Moranbah
Zibo City World Cup, Zibo CHN, April 2012
•
•
Larrissa Miller – U.Bars 3
rd
Rianna Mizzen
January – December
HPC/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
National Championships
Grace Sheppard
January – December
HPC/Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
6U
1st AA
Jack Miller
Chloe Sims
January – December
HPC/Allstar Gymnastics Academy
7U
1st AA
Jackson Clarke
Eden Tarvit
January – December
HPC/Robertson Gymnastics Club
Katie Wurth
January – December
HPC/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
9U
1st AA
Aden Messori
10U
1st AA
Lachlan Savill
2nd AA
Brody-Jai Hennessy
3rd AA
Kristian Wan
Snr 1st AA
Joshua Jefferis
2nd AA
Naoya Tsukahara
IDP 6
2nd AA
Holly Cushing
IDP 10 2nd AA
Grace Sheppard
Rianna Mizzen
3rd AA
Jnr Int 3rd AA
Tamika Jones
National Club Championships
IDP 5
3rd AA
IDP 6 2nd AA
Isla Ross
Jaime Clarke
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Sport Management Committee
Technical Chairperson:
Jamie Cannon
State Judging Co-ordinator:
Sean Wilson
Metropolitan Representatives:
Myles Cronin
Niall O’Leary
Regional Representatives:
Dionne Cotrel
Grant Onions
Olympic Games 2012
There were many fantastic achievements in 2012, the highlight and most important being Joshua Jefferis’
selection as the MAG gymnast for the 2012 London Olympics. Joshua qualified for Competition II – the
Individual All-Around Competition at this event finishing 19th, the best ever finish for an Australian male
gymnast in an Olympic event. We would like to congratulate Joshua on his achievements in 2012 and wish
Jamie Cannon
MAG SMC Chairperson
him ongoing success with his gymnastics career.
State Championships
The Men’s program in Queensland grew over the past year with an increase in competitive numbers at the
State Championships in most divisions with 101 athletes competing in the MAG Senior State Championships
and 170 in the MAG Junior States. The results for the top positions at the 2012 State Championships were
shared by a number of clubs and not dominated by any one club highlighting the improvement of the clubs
delivery of the National Levels Program.
Judges numbers at the 2012 State Championships were encouraging. A large number of Intermediate and
Intermediate Bronze judges become technical members throughout 2012. It is anticipated these numbers
will be reflected in the availability and the level of judges for events in 2013.
Congratulations to the following Technical members for achieving the highest level of success for 2011 at
the Queensland Annual Awards presented in 2012:
MAG Levels Coach of the Year
Niall O’Leary
MAG International Coach of the Year
Serguei Chinkar
MAG Levels Gymnast of the Year
Jack Norman
MAG Jnr International Gymnast of the Year
Robert Thornton
MAG Snr International Gymnast of the Year
Thomas Pichler
MAG Judge of the Year
Matt Renkert
State Squad camp and clinics
The State Squad camp held after the Junior State Championships this year was a new initiative and from
feedback during the camp was successful in encouraging skill development for the gymnasts and their
coaches and enjoyed by all. Thank you to all the presenters, coaches and athletes who attended and made
the camp a success.
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State Squad clinics were held in Cairns, Townsville, Gladstone, Bundaberg and Toowoomba as well as the
Retiring athlete
clinics for the Metropolitan region. Thank you to the 2012 MAG Sports Program Manager Sam Simpson for
I would like to congratulate Thomas Pichler on an outstanding
his efforts in coordinating the State Squad clinics throughout the year and to all the clubs who made their
International career which spanned 5 World Championships.
facilities available.
Thomas has achieved some of the highest accolades which
included two gold medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games,
National Championships
a gold medal in the Australia vs China event in the super finals of
The Queensland team was once again victorious at the 2012 National Championships winning the Cheales
floor in 2007 and an outstanding 11th on floor at the 2010 World
Williamson Shield.
Championships. Thomas said goodbye to his international
career at the completion of the 2012 London Olympics having
Team gold medals were won in:
Level 7 Open
Level 9 Under
Level 8 Open
Level 9 Open
been selected as the Australian travelling reserve.
Level 10
Thomas has been an outstanding ambassador for our sport
National Individual All Round Champions
and will be sorely missed by his team mates and anyone who
has had the pleasure of working with him.
Level 6 under 12
Jack Miller
Club Dynamite/HPC
Level 7 under 14
Jackson Clarke
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/HPC
Level 7Open
Daniel Orman
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Acknowledgement should be made both to Thomas Pichler and Joshua Jefferis for their efforts in promoting
Level 8 Open
Jack Norman
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
the sport during their preparations for the 2012 Olympics.
Level 9 Under 16
Aiden Messori Club Dynamite/HPC
Level 10 Under 18
Lachlan Savill
Allstar Gymnastics Academy/HPC
Snr International
Joshua Jefferis
Y-West Gymnastic Club /HPC
Congratulations to all coaches, judges and gymnasts involved in the championships.
National Levels Tour – Las Vegas – Queensland team members
Three Queensland gymnasts, Daniel Orman, Jack Norman & Joshua Meyer were selected as member of
the National Levels team to represent Australia at the Vitaly Scherbo Invitational in Las Vegas. Niall O’Leary
was appointed as the Manager of the team. Showing poise under pressure, the athletes competed strongly
bringing home a swag of medals.
Thank you to all our MAG Technical Members and officials who have contributed to our sport in 2012, our
sport continues to grow due to your efforts.
Photo Left to Right: Jack Norman, Daniel Orman, Niall O’Leary & Joshua Meyer
Queensland State Clubs and National Clubs Championships
The Queensland State Clubs and National Clubs Championships were held as a combined event at
the Caloundra Indoor Stadium in September 2012. 16 Queensland Clubs competed for awards in the
Queensland State Clubs with 13 clubs then competing in the National Club Championships. Lawnton
Academy of Artistic Gymnastics took out the combined honours of Queensland Club and National Club
Champions for 2012 with other Queensland Clubs taking out a number of the minor positions.
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Sport Management Committee
Chair
Trisha Hade
Judging Co-ordinator
Nicki Robbins
General Members
Kristin Flores
Vicki Baptie
Trevor Dowdell
Debbie O’Carroll
I would like to thank the members of the SMC for their time and valuable contributions over the past year.
I would encourage all coaches and clubs to continually provide feedback to SMC members, particularly
those clubs in regional areas, who have 2 SMC representatives specifically from regional areas.
I also wish to thank the Gymnastics Qld staff, particularly WAG Sport Manager, Kate Cannon, CEO Kym
Dowdell, and Events Director Joann Aitken, for their support and assistance throughout the year.
Equipment/Apparatus Standards
In 2012, the SMC introduced detailed Apparatus Standards for all sanctioned events. The standards varied
Larrissa Miller
2012 Olympian
for each level group (eg 1-3, 4-5, 6-10) based on the level of skills performed. Whilst it was a lengthy
process and required some venues to upgrade/modify their equipment, it was necessary. It will also ensure
more standardised apparatus are provided at all events around the State. These apparatus standards will
continue to be monitored and changed if required.
State Squad
The State Squad program was reintroduced in 2012, primarily in the format of clinics following Junior State
Championships and Qld Clubs. There was also a coach’s clinic for Level 7-10 coaches in February.
We need to build on what has been completed in 2012 and further develop the program for 2013 and
beyond to include selection of gymnasts and regional visits to clubs.
2012 Olympic Games
Congratulations to our Qld High Performance Centre gymnast, Larrissa Miller, on her selection and
performance at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. This is an outstanding achievement for Larrissa and the
WAG community should be very proud that Queensland has produced another Olympian. Congratulations
to Larrissa’s coaches Vladimir and Irina Joura.
Participation at State Events
State Clubs
QLD Club Championships
Trisha Hade & Debbie Smith
WAG SMC Chairperson
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Level 3
N/A
N/A
108
93
81
108
166
Level 4
103
134
164
161
182
175
178
Level 5/6
92
92
138
138
144
139
171
Level 7-10
49
40
47
42
59
58
79
Total gymnasts
244
266
457
434
466
480
594
19-20
19-20
21
21-22
23
Total clubs
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In comparison to 10 years ago, the number of participants remained strong with growth; however the
Seal & Kaylin Norris. Thank you to our Head Coach, John Mitchell, for his leadership and guidance of our
number of clubs competing had decreased. It has been pleasing to see though, that in the last 5 years this
State Team Coaches and gymnasts. Thank you also to our 11 judges who volunteered their time to attend
has steadily been increasing. Our aim would be to have 30 clubs participating at the event.
National Championships and support our Qld Team.
State Championships
Some highlights for both the Levels and International stream were:
2012 saw the introduction of more age divisions at State Championships, including:
Team Results
•
2 additional age groups in level 4
•
1 additional age group in each of level 5 and 6
•
A change in the age division for level 7 (from U/13 to U/14)
Gold Medals
Level 8, Level 9, IDP 10, Junior International
Silver Medals
Level 7, Level 10, Senior International
For the first time we saw an increase in the number of participants in level 8 which is very encouraging.
Individual Results
Annual Awards
Congratulations to the recipients of Gymnastics Qld WAG Annual Awards:
Levels Gymnast of the Year
Claire Black
International Gymnast of the Year
Larrissa Miller
Levels Coach of the YearDebbie O’Carroll
International Coach of the Year
National Champions Individual All Around
IDP 6 – Emi Watterson (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane/Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics)
Junior Int – Georgia Godwin (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Silvers Medallists Individual All Around
Judge of the YearLaura Martin
Congratulations to the following gymnasts who have been recognised by Gymnastics Australia for
IDP 6 – Holly Cushing (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/HPC)
IDP 10 – Grace Sheppard (Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club /HPC)
Bronze Medallists Individual All Around
2009
Emma Longmuir
2009
Monique Cowan
2009
Chloe Sims
2010
Larrissa Miller
2011
Shar Lee Clark
2011
Amaya King Koi
2011
Natalie Bennison
2011
Taylor Ryan
2012
Abbie Benstead
2012
Level 8 – Alina Aitken (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 9 – Bianca Wardell (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
participating at 5 or more National Championships (with the year it was awarded listed):
Kristy Bishop
Level 7 – Madison Thompson (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 9 – Abbie Benstead (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Olga & Sasha Belooussov
5 Year Recognition Award at National Championships
Level 8 - Ali Kay (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 10 - Natalie Bennison (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
IDP 10 – Rianna Mizzen (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/HPC)
Junior Int – Tamika Jones (Sandgate PCYC/HPC)
National Apparatus Champions
Level 8 Bars – Ali Kay (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
IDP 6 Vault – Holly Cushing (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/HPC)
IDP 6 Bars - Emi Watterson (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane/Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics)
IDP 8 Vault – Alysha Koloi (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
IDP 10 Vault – Rianna Mizzen (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/HPC)
IDP 10 Bars – Grace Sheppard (Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club/HPC)
Junior Vault – Georgia Godwin ( Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Junior Bars – Tamika Jones (Sandgate PCYC/HPC)
National Championship Results
Junior Beam – Georgia Godwin ( Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Qld Levels Team performed well at the 2012 National Championships. Whilst Qld is still achieving good
Senior Vault – Daria Joura (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/HPC)
success at Nationals and performing the best quality routines, it is important that we continue to strive to
increase D scores in order to maintain and improve competitive performance, particularly at the highest
QLD Clubs Shine at National Club Championships
level (ie level 10).
Congratulations to the Qld Clubs who participated in National Club Championships in Geelong during
November 2012. I would like to highlight that Delta Gymnastics Brisbane won overall National Levels
Congratulations and thank you to all State Team Levels Coaches – Debbie Smith, Nathan Kingston, Jodie
Club of the year for the 6th consecutive year – a great achievement for their gymnasts and coaches. Delta
McGinnity, Nadia Maddalena, Debbie O’Carroll, Melissa Albiez-Ryan, Wendy Gilliver, Vicki Baptie, Vanessa
Gymnastics Gold Coast placed 3rd overall which is another great achievement.
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Moving Ahead to 2013 & Beyond
If our sport is to continue to grow and achieve successful competitive outcomes, we need greater
participation from a greater number of clubs throughout the State.
The SMC is investigating variations to competition formats to allow more clubs to host sanctioned events
and levels tests. This will in turn provide more competition opportunities for more gymnasts and clubs,
particularly in regional areas.
State Championships 2012
Athlete Numbers
Level
Club
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
IDP Level 3
6
6
9
6
1
2
Level 4 under 9
56
47
47
59
82
24
20
Maile Rickard
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
55
48
Hannah Robinson
Lawnton Academy of Artistic
Gymnastics
Level 4 Under 10
No Division
2012
State Champion
2006
Level 4 Under 11
No Division
57
Kiana Schokman
Western Districts Youth Club
Level 4 Under 12
No Division
38
Layne Cahill
Western Districts Youth Club
Level 4 Open
55
77
61
83
112
112
44
Kate Parsons
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Level 5 under 10
32
30
31
24
46
13
7
Charlize Retti
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
29
23
Karleigh Fraser
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
35
Isabella Cox
Lawnton Academy of Artistic
Gymnastics
Level 5 Under 11
No Division
Level 5 Under 12
No Division
Level 5 Open
41
50
53
61
51
73
39
Kate Ellerby
Western Districts Youth Club
Level 6 Under 12
16
13
18
19
24
29
24
Samantha Watkin
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
26
Stephanie Zeilinga
Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics
33
19
Katie Davis
Lawnton Academy of Artistic
Gymnastics
10
19
Madison Thompson
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Level 6 Under 13
Level 6 Open
No Division
37
34
Level 7 Under 14
(2011 – U/13)
35
42
46
No Division
Level 7 Open
33
19
27
14
27
23
23
Phoebe Kenafake
Maroochy Beach Gynastics
Association
Level 8
11
14
7
12
8
8
24
Alina Aitken
Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics
Level 9
11
7
7
9
6
10
8
Bianca Wardell
Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics
Level 10
11
12
3
7
6
11
10
Sophie Musgrave
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
7
8
1
3
Jamie Clarke
Lawnton Academy of Artistic
Gymnastics/HPC
IDP Level 5
No Division
IDP Level 6
9
11
11
5
4
6
4
Emi Waterson
Gymnastics Brisbane/HPC
IDP Level 8
4
8
1
2
4
4
1
Alysha Koloi
Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics
IDP Level 10
4
3
0
0
4
2
3
Rianna Mizzen
Lawnton Academy of Artistic
Gymnastics/HPC
Junior
1
6
2
1
4
2
4
Georgia Godwin
Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics
Senior
1
2
1
1
3
2
7
Amaya King Koi
Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics
328
339
313
353
436
449
486
TOTALS
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What a year for Rhythmic Gymnastics in Queensland. The SMC was proactive with a team of dedicated
members from various clubs who met monthly to manage the requirements for RG in Queensland.
Sport Management Committee
I would like to thank the SMC members for their efforts and achievements throughout 2012.
The committee comprised of:
Chairperson:
Vanessa Polglase
State Judging Co-ordinator:
Barbara Pugh
Commission Member:
Gina Peluso
General Member:
Edith Peluso
Nicola Oliver
Alexandra (Sasha) Anfilofyeva
Tatiana Ktoiants
National Championships
Every member of the RG Team performed to the best of their ability and the community was very proud of
the results which were received.
Results from Nationals
Vanessa Polglase
RG SMC Chairperson
Rope
Hoop
Ball
Clubs
Ribbon
AA
Level 7
2nd
3rd
Qld
Team
2nd
Michelle Chan
(Splitz Gym)
Michelle Chan
(Splitz Gym)
Sonya Lee (Splitz
Gym)
Level 8
3rd
Alannah Mathews
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
1st
2nd
3rd
Nikita Rosendahl
Alannah Mathews
(Moreton Bay
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics) College Gymnastics)
Kyra Franklin (Elite
Rhythmic Gymnastics)
Level 9
2nd
2nd
3rd
Himeka Onoda (Elite Lee-Ann Kalell
Rhythmic Gymnastics) (Splitz Gym)
Chelsea Zwoerner
(Splitz Gym)
Chelsea Zwoerner
(Splitz Gym)
Level 10
2nd
3rd
Ashleigh Roper
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
Ashleigh Roper
(Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics)
3rd
No Qld
Team
Int 7
5th
Audrey Freeman
Ashley Tang Carrion
(Moreton Bay
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics) College Gymnastics)
Int 8
Maya Bennett
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
Maya Bennett
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
2nd
Laura Gosling
Maya Bennett
(Moreton Bay
(Moreton Bay College
College Gymnastics) Gymnastics)
3rd
Laura Gosling
(Moreton Bay College
Gymnastics)
No Qld
Team
Maya Bennett
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
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No Qld
Team
Junior
Senior
2nd
Danielle Prince
Danielle Prince
Danielle Prince
Danielle Prince
Danielle Prince
(Moreton Bay
(Moreton Bay
(Moreton Bay College (Moreton Bay
(Moreton Bay
2nd
College Gymnastics) College Gymnastics) Gymnastics)
College Gymnastics) College Gymnastics)
3rd
Zoe Ormrod
(Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
Sub Jnr
Group
Team
#2 1st
Team
#3 2nd
Jnr
Groups
2nd
Kerry Smyth
TRP SMC Chairperson
Annual Awards
I would like to congratulate the following people on achieving a high level of success in 2011:
Elite Coach of the Year
Edith Peluso
Coach of the Year
Alexandra Anfilofyeva
Judge of the Year
Anna Munro
Elite Gymnast of the Year
Danielle Prince
Levels Gymnast of the Year
Georgia Pase
Education
Gymnastics Queensland released the 2012 RG Level 1-6 package and to date have only had positive
feedback. The comprehensive package includes set music, text and video. I would like to take this
opportunity to thank Edith Peluso, Anya Tabolkina and Gina Peluso for their hard work in preparing and
presenting this package to the community.
Workshops were conducted throughout the year to educate coaches, judges and athletes.
2012 Wrap-Up
2012 proved to be an interesting year for Rhythmic Gymnasts in Queensland.
All of our Trials and State Championships were run and hosted by the RG community and proved extremely
successful events. Host Clubs were Moreton Bay College Gymnastics, Splitz Gym and Logan City PCYC
(Club Toriana), with all clubs offering a fun experience for gymnasts, coaches, judges and spectators.
RG also held its inaugural Levels 1-6 and RGSkools events. These events ran smoothly and the numbers in
each level were high considering this was the first year. They were attended by a large number of spectators
and I feel these numbers will be much higher in 2013.
Our Level 7-10, International and Groups Trial and State events were again a success. With 2012 being
an Olympic year not many of our gymnasts travelled throughout the year. We all watched with anticipation
the Rhythmic event and were impressed with the Russian gymnasts and their beautiful routines. All our
gymnasts have been working hard to improve on their routines and scores for 2013.
Looking Forward
2013 brings new beginnings within the sport with the new code of points being released. With this brings
new judges courses which everyone must attend to update and new routine choreography which will
no doubt be a challenge for both gymnasts, coaches and judges. I wish everyone best of luck for the
beginning of the new cycle in the sport.
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Sport Management Committee
Kirralee Costelloe
Under 11 years womens trampoline CHAMPION
Kirralee Costelloe
Under 11 years womens double mini trampoline CHAMPION
Liam Hall
Under 11 men’s tumbling CHAMPION
Britney Glazebrook & Kirralee Costelloe
Under 13 years womens synchro trampoline CHAMPIONS
Madison Young
Under 13 womens tumbling CHAMPION
Stacey Healy
17+ years womens trampoline CHAMPION
Jaclin Ryan
17+ years womens tumbling CHAMPION
Blake Rutherford & Bastian Tinney
17+ years men’s synchro trampoline CHAMPIONS
Blake Rutherford & Hugh McConnell (TAS)
Junior Int men’s synchro trampoline CHAMPIONS
GQ sanctioned the convening of four regional and one State Championship as qualifying events towards the
Korri Loader
Senior womens trampoline CHAMPION
achieving of National Championships standards and in doing so selection to the 2012 State Team. The efforts
Kelsie Henry
Senior womens double mini trampoline CHAMPION
of Bayside PCYC & Victoria Park Gymnastic &Trampoline Club are to be acknowledged and gratitude extended
Jarrod Spear & Jack Penny (TAS)
Senior men’s synchro trampoline CHAMPIONS
Technical Chairperson:
Kerry Smyth
Judging Co-ordinator:
Melanie Tonks
Coaching Coordinator:
Liz Jensen
General Member:
Malcolm McBride
Allen Scott
John Yamasaki
State Team Qualification
for their repetitive convening of GQ sanctioned events - venue, equipment and administration personnel!
State Championships
Once again our coaching staff and judging
Congratulations to staff, officials and volunteers who combined their efforts and expertise to convene our
officials were exemplary in their performance of
2012 State Championships as an affair befitting of the excellent performances recorded by our trampoline
duties on the competition floor. Our extended
gymnasts.
management team worked tirelessly to provide
care for our team. Thank you all.
Annual Awards presented at the championships were:
Darren Scott Memorial Trophy
Britney Glazebrook (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
Bryan Byrt Ford Trophy
Patrick Cooper (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
GQ 2011 Frank Vig Award
Jarrod Spear (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
GQ 2011 Senior Athlete of the Year
Jarrod Spear (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
GQ 2011 Junior Athlete of the Year
Blake Rutherford (Rockhampton PCYC)
GQ 2011 Coach of the Year
Danielle Horne (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
GQ 2011 Judge of the Year
Mike Kelso (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
National Championships
National Senior Womens DMT Champion 2012 Kelsie
Henry and Bryan Byrt Winner Patrick Cooper
Trampoline State Clubs and National Clubs Championships
GQ convened the 2012 National Club Levels event at Sleeman Sport Complex with friendly efficiency
attending to all issues prior to, throughout and after showing their wealth of expertise and resources. Thank
There were numerous management issues with regards to our state team during the ten-day period in
you GQ staff and volunteers for your successful convening. Another congratulations must go to Robertson
Sydney. It was an incredibly demanding team, diverse in gymnastics disciplines and their needs. Fairly
Gymnastics Club winning the overall National Club Levels Champion award. It’s a big feat to win this award
unrealistic in expectations and somewhat disappointing in what transpired. These issues were dealt with
once, but an incredible achievement to win it repetitively, dominating the national event for the best part of
and resolved onsite and since returning to Brisbane quite a number of measures have been put in place to
a decade. Well done to the clubs program management, coaches, judges and of course, it’s trampolinists!
overcome these issues for 2013.
To Queensland’s credit, three Queensland clubs ranked in the top five nationally. Well done Queensland.
Our state team was down on numbers from previous Nationals - Congratulations to those who took up the
challenge and represented Queensland proudly, pledging their commitment to our team and state in their
Indo Pacific Trampoline Championships
reputable performances.
Trampoline was fortunate to have this years international event just across the border in NSW. This made
Congratulations to our twenty-nine medalists, highlighted by Queensland’s twelve National championship
events, 2012 National Championships & 2012 Indo Pac Trials. National selections being favoured to thirty
the event more accessible and affordable for our trampolinists. Quite a number attended qualifications
wins:
trampolinists from programs at Bayside PCYC, Robertson Gymnastics Club, Redcliffe PCYC, Rockhampton
PCYC & Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club.
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Looking Forward
International event medalists to be congratulated:
The Trampoline SMC eagerly awaits the introduction of Gymnastics Australia’s new coaching framework in
2013, as well as the implementation of new FIG Code of Points for 2013-2016 Olympic Cycle. With this will
Jarrod Spear
Senior mens double mini trampoline
Senior mens individual trampoline
Senior mens synchronized trampoline (Jack Penny TAS)
CHAMPION
Silver Medalist
Silver Medalist
come new courses for coaching and judging to present to our community for new recruits to coaching and
Senior womens double mini trampoline
Bronze Medalist
Our SMC will offer professional development opportunities in three-hour coaching workshops for coaching
Senior womens synchronized trampoline (Alex Freeman SA)
Bronze Medalist
to coach specific skill groups, plus hand spotting and rig work.
17+ years mens individual trampoline
CHAMPION
Kelsie Henry
Korri Loader
Patrick Cooper
17+ years mens individual trampoline
17+ years mens tumbling
Matthew Delforce
Fletcher Donohue
Lauren Sampson
Silver medalist
Silver medalist
17+ years womens tumbling
Bronze medalist
15/16 years mens individual trampoline
13/14 years mens double mini trampoline
13/14 years womens tumbling
Blake Rutherford
Jared Archer
Abbie Benstead
Madison Young
11/12 years womens double mini trampoline
11/12 years womens tumbling
Britney Glazebrook
in the new framework.
technical members in 2013. These workshops are expected to assist with coaches furthering their abilities
It has been beneficial to reflect on our achievements in 2012, hopefully motivating ourselves to achieve
greater heights in 2013. Thank you to our SMC, Melanie Tonks (Judging) Liz Jensen (Coaching), Malcolm
McBride, John Yamasaki & Allen Scott (General Members) for your continued support to our committee,
our sport and our members.
CHAMPION
17+ years womens synchronized trampoline (Megan Davis WA)
Jaclin Ryan
update workshops for existing coaches as well as a sorting process for established coaches to be placed
Bronze medalist
CHAMPION
Bronze medalist
CHAMPION
CHAMPION
11/12 years womens double mini trampoline
Silver medalist
11/12 years womens synchronized trampoline (Megan Adams NSW) Silver medalist
Lauren Wilson
11/12 years womens tumbling
11/12 years womens tumbling
11/12 years mens double mini trampoline
Tayla-Jane Sissons
Jack Armstrong
Silver medalist
Bronze medalist
Silver medalist
Gymnastics Queensland coaches & judges featured highly in the teams staffing for the Indo Pacific
Championships. Well done officials!
Indo Pacs 2012 - Champions & Medalists!
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Sport Management Committee
Chairperson
Catherine Buck
Judging Coordinator
Szilvia Szilvagyi (until June 2012)
Scott Gourlay (June 2012-current)
SMC General Members
Christine Wellington
Mat Sinclair
Catherine Buck
ACR SMC Chairperson
Jenny Rowland
Sue Fehlhaber
Farkas Pungur
Competing Clubs:
•
Beenleigh PCYC
•
Revolution Gymsports
•
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
•
Robertson Gymnastics Club
•
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
•
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
•
Gladstone Gymnastic Club
•
Super Performance Centre
•
Mitchelton Youth Club
•
Amain Gymnastics
Host Clubs – Qualifier events:
Three qualifier competitions were held in Brisbane and two in central Queensland. We thank the host clubs
for their efforts in making these competitions so successful for QLD Acro:
•
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
•
Mitchelton Youth Club
•
Beenleigh PCYC
•
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
•
Gladstone Gymnastic Club
State Championships
State Championships was held at Ormiston College with 184 athletes/ 72 groups competing from Level
1 to Level 8. Numbers were lower than previous years as the decision to bring ACR into the combined
Gymsports format for National Championships in Sydney in May led to a very short preparation season
within the state in 2012.
The gymnasts produced excellent results
and continued to amaze and delight with
their performances. 3 Mixed Pairs, 8 Pairs
and 11groups qualified for selection for
the National Championships.
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2011Annual Awards presented at the 2012 State Championships
Coach of the Year
Mathew Sinclair
Judge of the Year
Jennifer Rowland
Barry Martin Award
Emily Weyman-Jones
Junior Acrobats of the Year
Christine Hedges: Sophie Frawley: Emma Leslie
National Acrobats of the Year
Jessica Brockhurst; Emma Slattery
International Gymnasts of the Year
Tiffany Sciasci; Mariya Stepchenkov; Gabriella Ahlatis
The results were:
•
Mariya Stepchenkov, Tiffany Sciasci and Gabriella Ahlahtis – 26.9 (15th/31)
•
Emily Shaw, Shani Meadows and Krystal Hoyer-Smith – 25.95 (22nd/31)
QLD Judge, Catherine Buck was also selected
to judge for Australia at both the World Age
Group Championships and the Senior World
Championships
National Championships
Education Courses:
The sport of Acrobatics was one of five disciplines represented at the first combined gym-sport National
In 2012 Coaching and judging courses were held, with many participants returning assessment and
Championships in Sydney in May. While it was a good opportunity to be part of this event, it was also quite
registering for technical membership.
challenging with different issues for each sport. A review of ‘lessons learnt’ following the event has led to a
change in process ensuring better management of the event in 2013.
Five QLD coaches attended a professional development opportunity organised and run by NSW ACR SMC
The state team consisted of 62 gymnasts with 16 officials taking turns at the event. QLD brought home two
Choreographer to Belguim National Team).
with guest presenters Tonya Case (FIG Technical Committee President and Boyanna Angelova (assistant
(2) Gold Medals and two (2) bronze medals.
I do thank all members of the SMC for their dedication to the sport. I would also like to recognise and
Level 4:
Women Pairs
Level 8:
Women Pairs
express our appreciation to all our volunteers (parents, coaches, judges and supporters from the host
Bronze
Kassia Cybulski, Lillie Wilson
Gold
Caitlin Bartlett, Gemma Morris
clubs to the competitions) as it only with your assistance that Acrobatic Gymnastics Competitions run so
Level 4:
Mix Pair
Level 8:
Mix Pair
Gold
Shelby Roberts, Cooper Cattanach
Bronze
Sophie Gruhl, Chelsea Meadows, Kirby Sorenson
Level 7:
Mix Pair
Bronze
Samanthe Todd, Alex Russell
Queensland Cup and National Clubs Championships
Queensland Cup was again held in conjunction with National Club Championships on the Sunshine Coast
at Caloundra Stadium. This was a great venue for a successful Championships as well as attracting local
media, much to the delight of our level 2 and 3 gymnasts who were filmed and interviewed by Channel
7 and 9. The venue was set up well and the competition ran to time. Entries were disappointing for this
competition, with just 160 gymnasts compete across all National levels and international program divisions
Both QLD Cup and the National Club Champion awards were won by Robertson Gymnastics Academy
with Mitchelton Youth Club in second place.
International Competitions
Internationally, Queensland had two women’s groups in the Junior division,
selected to represent Australia at the World Age Group Championships in
Orlando Florida USA. Both group worked exceptionally hard and competed
consistently to achieve this selection in a competitive national squad.
Congratulations also to their coaches, Yuriy and Olena Stepchenkov for
their achievements.
smoothly and our gymnasts love their sport.
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Sport Management Committee
Chair:
Nicky Donaldson
Judging co-ordinator :
Jodi Sleaford
Members:
Priscilla Pickering
Rachel Killorn
Sport Aerobics as a sport is growing and developing in Queensland. The Aerobic community is comprised
of a mixture of schools and clubs with a growing number of athletes participating in 4 major events in
Queensland in a calendar year. The quality of performances is also increasing with greater numbers of
Queensland athletes selected for National teams.
State Championship Summary
The Queensland State Championships were held at Ormiston College with 382 athletes taking part in a total
of 372 routines. This was broken down into the following categories:
•
Aeroskools – 100 Routines
•
Level 2-5 – 214 Routines
•
Level 6-7 – 42 Routines
•
International – 12 Routines
•
Aerodance – 4 Routines
110 athletes were selected in the State team to represent Queensland at the National Championships.
National Championship Summary
The Sport Aerobic National Championships were held in Brisbane from the 12th – 16th September. Queensland
had 110 participate in this event, all athletes performed credibly and some excellent results were achieved.
Results:
Queensland was successful in medalling in the majority of events in which we participated. A summary of
the results are outlined below:
48 medals won
•
20 Gold
•
12 silver
•
16 Bronze
5 individual athletes gained selection to the National Squad and are eligible for selection to international
Nicky Donaldson
AER SMC Chairperson
events in 2012. 2 Aerodance teams also gained selection to the national squad.
International Results:
Queensland had 7 athletes participate in international events in 2012. Athletes were selected for the Suzuki
World Cup, held in Tokyo in April; the ANAC International held in Las Vegas, USA, in July and the Tokyo
Open, a development tour held in Japan in July also.
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Results:
Suzuki World Cup
Krichelle Gilmour – Senior IW
23rd / 24
ANAC International
Madison Napper – AG2
7th / 22
Megan Shroff – AG2
5th / 22
Darcy Cussack – Senior IW
19th / 32
Rachael Johnson – AG2
22nd / 41
Katie Underwood – AG2
44th / 72
Elliza Lane – AG1
48th / 72
Tokyo Open
Kate Wadkin
Youth Participation Coordinator
LaunchPad is the joint national initiative between Gymnastics Australia and the Australian Sports Commission
to increase participation in physical activity for children between the ages of 0-12. The LaunchPad initiative
recognises clubs delivering quality gymnastics-based fundamental movement programs, which introduce
Queensland Cup Awards:
children to gymnastics while helping to develop fundamental movement skills needed for all sports and
an active lifestyle. These activities also benefit learning, concentration and brain development as well as
Category
Name
Individual Levels Athlete
Macy Barnshaw – Intensity Sports Aerobics
Individual National Athlete
Marni Forde-Sloan – Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Individual International Athlete
Megan Shroff – Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Aeroskools Cup
Rockhampton Grammar School
Levels Cup
Mt St Michael’s College
National & International Cup
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Annual Award Recipients:
State Awards:
enhancing children’s social skills through team work and cooperation.
The aim of LaunchPad is to therefore position gymnastics as the ‘Nursery of Australian Sport’ in providing
children with the foundation skills needed for all areas of life.
The objectives of the initiative are to:
•
Encourage children to participate in these programs with the view to increasing participation within our member gymnastics clubs
•
Provide further opportunities for the workforce, such as additional coaching opportunities within schools and potential council run initiatives
•
Encourage the use of movement activities in the delivery of school curriculum subjects within the classroom
The LaunchPad initiative acts as an umbrella brand for those program which fall under the three
developmental stage appropriate, marque programs of KinderGym, GymFun and GymSkills.
Category
Name
Levels Athlete
Macy Barnshaw – Intensity Sports Aerobics
LaunchPad in Queensland
National Athlete
Kira Stray – Intensity Sports Aerobics
Following the national launch of the initiative in June, 2012 saw the introduction of LaunchPad in Queensland
International Athlete
Krichelle Gilmour – Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Coach of the Year
Cassie Smith – Intensity Sports Aerobics
Congratulations to the five YMCA of Brisbane Gymnastics Clubs who were the first LaunchPad accredited
Judge of the Year
Liz Lyons – Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
clubs in Queensland! Coaches from all five clubs attended one of the two Zoom! workshops held in 2012,
towards the end of the year.
and have now received full certification for the delivery of LaunchPad programs.
After receiving their LaunchPad Stamp of Approval, YMCA Acacia Ridge Gymnastics Club, YMCA Bowen
Hills Gymnastics Club, YMCA Enoggera (Y-North) Gymnastics Club, YMCA Jamboree Heights (Y-West)
Gymnastics Club and YMCA Redlands Gymnastics Club held an open day to launch the introduction of
LaunchPad within the clubs. Over 465 children attended the five venues on the day of the launch, with the
YMCA Redlands Gymnastics Club lucky enough to be visited by Australian Olympian Larrissa Miller and
local council and parliament dignitaries.
Thank you to all who assisted in the implementation of LaunchPad within Queensland. I hope to build
on the success of 2012 in further communicating the benefits of gymnastics and the role it can play in
children’s lives. I look forward to seeing more clubs Blasting Off! as LaunchPads in 2013!
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Anita Hobson Powell
Acting Treasurer
I am pleased to report that in 2012 Gymnastics Queensland has returned an operating surplus of $89, 430
to further consolidate our financial position and to increase Retained Earnings up to the value of $846, 000.
YMCA Acacia Ridge Gymnastics Club
Coaches at YMCA Enoggera Gymnastics Club
While the 2010 and 2011 years predominantly saw a focus on “repairing the balance sheet” and “establishing
reserves”, 2012 while maintaining strong financial controls, set about focusing financial priorities on
strengthening the business operations of the organisation through :
•
funding strategic initiatives
•
critically reviewing / auditing all expenses and processes of the Association
•
reviewing all pricing of services provided by Gymnastics Queensland and
•
improving services provided to the members of Gymnastics Queensland
This was able to be achieved by ensuring costs to members were kept stable with Total Revenue being
$2.95 million ($46K less than 2011 figures), with particular emphasis being placed on Club Affiliation fees,
where no increase was applied to the Flat Fee Schedule for 2012.
We are extremely grateful for the partnership with the Queensland Government through the departments of
Sport and Recreation Queensland and Queensland Academy of Sport for their continued financial support.
Gymnastics Queensland maintained its funding for 2013, which was received and recorded as “Unearned
Income” in the books as at 31 December 2012.
YMCA Bowen Hills Gymnastics Club
Larrissa Miller and Dignitaries with the kids at YMCA
Redlands Gymnastics Club
We would also like to thank Gymnastics Australia for their continued financial and structural support in the
development of the High Performance program in Queensland.
This financial position provides a solid base for which Gymnastics Queensland will not only be able to
improve the quality and extent of its services to members but also resource the identified strategies
designed to grow and develop the sport into the future. I take this opportunity to thank the Management
Committee in addition to Kym Dowdell, CEO and Teresa Muirhead, State Administrator for their focussed
approach in prudently managing the financial affairs of the organisation.
YMCA Jamboree Heights Gymnastics Club
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QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
Gymnastics Queensland
INCOME STATEMENT
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
Note
Revenue from ordinary activities
2012
$
2
2,950,448
2,996,553
(1,153,730)
(948,755)
High performance centre expenses
(681,501)
(671,422)
Events expenses
(810,700)
(825,593)
Education expenses
(120,395)
(136,021)
Gymsports expenses
(94,692)
(33,084)
Administrative expenses
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC
FOR THE YEAR ENDED
31 DECEMBER 2012
2011
$
Surplus /(loss) attributable to members of the
association
$
89,430
$
381,678
Page
Income statement1
Balance sheet2
Statement of recognised income and expense
3
Cash flow statement
4
Notes to the financial statements
5
Statement by the board of management
11
Independent audit report to the members
12
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
1
1
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
STATEMENT OF RECOGNISED INCOME AND EXPENSE
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
BALANCE SHEET
AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2012
Note
2012
$
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents
3
1,040,310
833,242
Receivables
4
151,585
145,895
Inventories
5
73,035
82,999
Other current assets
6
97,264
44,289
1,362,194
1,106,425
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS
Balance at 1 January 2011
Surplus/(Loss) attributable to the members of the association
Retained
earnings
$
375,046
381,678
Total
$
375,046
381,678
Balance at 31 December 2011
Surplus/(Loss) attributable to the members of the association
756,724
89,430
756,724
89,430
2011
$
Balance at 31 December 2012
$
846,154
$
846,154
NON-CURRENT ASSETS
Property, plant and equipment
7
148,154
165,701
Intangibles
8
84,000
96,000
232,154
261,701
1,594,348
1,368,126
TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS
TOTAL ASSETS
LIABILITIES
CURRENT LIABILITIES
Payables
9
640,436
471,056
Short-term provisions
10
84,302
109,157
724,738
580,213
TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES
NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES
Payables
9
TOTAL NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES
TOTAL LIABILITIES
$
NET ASSETS
23,456
31,189
23,456
31,189
748,193
611,402
846,154
$
756,724
EQUITY
Retained earnings
TOTAL EQUITY
846,154
$
846,154
756,724
$
756,724
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
2
2
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
3
3
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
CASH FLOW STATEMENT
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
Note
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts from customers
2012
$
2011
$
1
Statement of significant accounting policies
The financial report is a special purpose financial report that has been prepared in order to satisfy the
financial reporting requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act (Qld). The board of management
has determined that the Association is not a reporting entity.
2,619,019
3,032,863
(2,400,542)
(2,524,132)
38,395
24,862
256,872
533,593
The financial report has been prepared on an accruals basis and is based on historic costs and does not
take into account changing money values or, except where specifically stated, current valuations of noncurrent assets.
Purchase of property, plant and equipment
(34,993)
(92,926)
Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities
(34,993)
(92,926)
The following significant accounting policies, which are consistent with the previous period unless
otherwise stated, have been adopted in the preparation of this financial report.
Payments to suppliers and employees
Interest received
Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities
11
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Repayment of secured loans
(14,811)
38,267
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities
(14,811)
38,267
Net increase/(decrease) in cash held
207,068
478,934
Cash at beginning of year
833,242
354,308
Cash at end of year
3
$ 1,040,310
$
a.
Income Tax
No provision for income tax has been raised as the Association operates solely as a non-profit,
sporting organisation and accordingly is exempt from income tax under Section 50-10 of the Income
Tax Assessment Act 1997.
b.
Property Plant and Equipment
Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value less depreciation and
impairment losses.
833,242
All assets are depreciated on a diminishing value basis over their useful lives to the Association.
Depreciation
The depreciable amount of all fixed assets is depreciated on a straight-line basis over their useful
lives to the Association commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use.
An asset’s carrying amount is written down immediately to its recoverable amount if the asset’s
carrying amount is greater than its estimated recoverable amount.
Gains and losses on disposals are determined by comparing proceeds with the carrying amount.
These gains or losses are included in the income statement. When revalued assets are sold,
amounts included in the revaluation reserve relating to that asset are transferred to retained profits.
c.
Impairment of Assets
At the end of each reporting period, the association reviews the carrying values of its tangible and
intangible assets to determine whether there is any indication that those assets have been impaired.
If such an indication exists, the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of the asset’s fair
value less costs to sell and value-in-use, is compared to the asset’s carrying value. Any excess of
the asset’s carrying value over its recoverable amount is expensed to the statement of
comprehensive income.
Where it is not possible to estimate the recoverable amount of an individual asset, the association
estimates the recoverable amount of the cash-generating unit to which the asset belongs.
d.
Cash and Cash Equivalents
Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at-call with banks, other short-term
highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less, and bank overdrafts. Bank
overdrafts are shown within borrowings in current liabilities in the statement of financial position.
e.
Revenue
Revenue is recognised when invoices are raised.
Interest revenue is recognised when received.
Distribution revenue is recognised when the right to receive a distribution has been established.
All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST).
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
5
4
4
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
5
f.
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of
GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Tax Office. In these circumstances the GST is
recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expense.
Receivables and payables in the Balance Sheet are shown inclusive of GST.
h.
Inventories
Inventories are measured at the lower of cost and net realisable value. Costs are assigned on an
average cost basis.
Government grants
Provisions
Provisions are recognised when the association has a legal or constructive obligation, as a result of
past events, for which it is probable that an outflow of economic benefits will result and that outflow
can be reliably measured. Provisions recognised represent the best estimate of the amounts
required to settle the obligation at the end of the reporting period.
Intangibles
Intangible assets are measured at depreciated replacement cost and are amortised over their useful
lives to the Association.
2011
$
834,899
820,529
49,955
51,545
300,440
290,000
Operating activities
Club affiliation P/Liability insurance
Leased Assets
Lease payments are charged as expenses in the period in which they are incurred.
j.
Revenue
Affiliation fees
g.
i.
2
2012
$
Administration income
222,851
146,688
High performance income
566,657
651,551
Events income
795,121
884,189
Education income
125,140
103,622
Gymsports income
16,990
23,026
2,912,053
2,971,150
38,395
24,862
-
541
Total operating revenue
Non-operating activities
Interest
Sponsorship
Total non-operating activities
Total revenue
3
38,395
$
2,950,448
25,403
$
2,996,553
Cash Assets
Cash on hand
800
800
Cash at bank
25,025
98,751
Term deposit
1,014,485
733,691
Reconciliation of cash
Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in the
statement of cash flows is reconciled to items in the
balance sheet as follows:
Cash and cash equivalents
4
$
1,040,310
$
833,242
$
1,040,310
$
833,242
Receivables
Current
Trade receivables
76,066
15,730
Other receivables
91,619
145,265
(16,100)
(15,100)
Provision for impairment of receivables
$
5
151,585
$
145,895
Inventories
Current
Stock on hand
$
73,035
$
82,999
6
7
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
6
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
7
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
Note
2012
$
Other Assets
6
2011
$
9
Current
Prepayments
7
$
97,264
$
44,289
Property, Plant and Equipment
Payables
Trade payables
Accumulated depreciation
657,904
(579,809)
(536,036)
113,088
121,868
64,985
7,733
7,078
Unearned income
463,391
346,887
72,573
72,573
Accumulated depreciation
(37,507)
(28,740)
35,066
43,833
Total property, plant and equipment
7a
$
148,154
$
165,701
Secured payables
Motor
Vehicles
$
43,833
Total
$
165,701
Additions/(Disposals)
34,993
-
34,993
Depreciation expense
(43,773)
(8,767)
(52,540)
Balance at the beginning of year
8
$
113,088
$
35,066
$
148,154
Intellectual Property
At cost
Accumulated impairment loss (i)
Accumulated depreciation
Total Intangible Assets
$
464,411
464,411
(344,411)
(344,411)
(36,000)
(24,000)
84,000
$
96,000
(i) On acquisition of this intellectual property, its carrying amount was remeasured to depreciated replacement cost resulting in an
impairment of $344,411. Previously, the intangible asset had been recorded by a former subsidiary at cost. The remaining balance
is being depreciated over its useful life of 10 years.
8
31,189
23,456
$
31,189
$
84,302
$
109,157
Provisions
Current
Employee benefits
Cash Flow Information
89,430
381,678
64,540
51,406
1,000
934
(28,269)
62,190
9,964
30,435
(52,975)
(27,838)
Non-cash flows in profit from ordinary activities
Depreciation & Impairment Losses
Provision for Doubtful Debts
Changes in assets and liabilities, net of the effects of
purchase and disposal of subsidiaries
(Increase)/decrease in trade and term debtors
(Increase)/decrease in inventories
Increase/(decrease) in payables
198,037
2,946
Increase/(decrease) in provisions
(24,855)
31,842
$
256,872
$
533,593
b. Credit Standby Arrangement and Loan Facilities
The association has a temporary overdraft facility with a
limit of $20,000 whereby the bank will guarantee payroll
direct debit payments if the bank account has insufficient
funds.
9
8
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
471,056
$
(Increase)/decrease in prepayments
Intangible Assets
$
23,456
a. Reconciliation of Cash Flow from Operations with
Profit from Ordinary Activities after Income Tax
Profit from ordinary activities after income tax
Plant and
Equipment
$
121,868
Carrying amount at the end of year
10
11
Movements in Carrying Amounts
Movement in the carrying amounts for each
class of property, plant and equipment
between the beginning and the end of the
current financial year
640,436
Non Current
Motor vehicles
At cost
52,106
115,687
$
692,897
53,625
Secured payables
Furniture, fittings & equipment
At cost
2011
$
Current
Sundry payables and accrued expenses
Plant and equipment
a.
2012
$
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
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QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
2012 Annual Report
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012
12
Company Details
The registered office of the company is:
Queensland Gymnastic Association Incorporated
10/866 Main Street
Woolloongabba QLD 4102
10
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
10
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
11
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
2012 Annual Report
INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF
QUEENSLAND GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION INC.
Report on the Financial Report
We have audited the accompanying financial report, being a special purpose financial report, of
Queensland Gymnastic Association Inc. (the Association), which comprises the balance sheet as at 31
December 2012, and the income statement, statement of recognised income and expense, cash flow
statement, a summary of significant accounting policies, other explanatory notes and the statement by the
board of management.
Board of Management’s Responsibility for the Financial Report
The board of management of the Association is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of
the financial report and has determined that the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financial
statements, which form part of the financial report, are consistent with the financial reporting requirements
of the Associations Incorporation Act (Qld) 1981 and are appropriate to meet the needs of the members.
The board’s responsibilities also include designing, implementing and maintaining internal control relevant
to the preparation and fair presentation of the financial report that is that is free from material
misstatement, whether due to fraud or error; selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies; and
making accounting estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances.
Auditor’s Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. No opinion is
expressed as to whether the accounting policies used, as described in Note 1, are appropriate to meet
the needs of the members. We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards.
These Auditing Standards require that we comply with relevant ethical requirements relating to audit
engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial report
is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in
the financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the
assessment of risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In
making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation
and fair presentation of the financial report in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the
circumstance, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal
control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the
reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the board, as well as evaluating the overall
presentation of the financial report.
The financial report has been prepared for distribution to members for the purpose of fulfilling the board’s
financial reporting under the Associations Incorporation Act (Qld) 1981. We disclaim any assumption of
responsibility for any reliance on this report or on the financial report to which it relates to any person
other than the members, or for any purpose other than that for which it was prepared.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for
our audit opinion.
Independence
In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence requirements of Australian professional
ethical pronouncements.
Auditor’s Opinion
In our opinion, the financial report of Queensland Gymnastic Association Inc. presents fairly, in all
material respects, the financial position of Queensland Gymnastic Association Inc. as of 31 December
2012 and of its financial performance for the year then ended in accordance with the accounting policies
described in Note 1 to the financial statements.
A M Giles & Co
Chartered Accountants
Brisbane
5 April 2013
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Erika Bax
Melissa Perkins
Matthew Walker
Jeff Cheales
Steve South
Andrew Cordery
Nichole Conolly
Greta Stevenson
Adrian Looney
Pat Coombes
Karen Wohling
Andrew Martin
Neil Cullen
Lisa Watzek
Greg Smyth
David Delforce
Debbie Smith
Jamie Cannon
Maree Delforce
Trevor Dowdell (Dr)
Vanessa Polglase-Beck
Peter Dickinson
Trisha Hade
Jenny Whitworth
Caron Drake
Jim Rickert
Meryl Papas
Darryl Drake
Debbie O’Carroll
Edith Peluso
Sherelle Graham
Kylie Shadbolt
Liz Lyons
Julie Hodges
Anna Turetschek
Kim Neylan
Dave Lister
Kerry Smyth
Michelle Neylan
Col McIlwaine
Malcolm McBride
Christina Sweeney
Lou McNulty
Melanie Tonks
Deidre Bryant
Ngaire Moran
Allen Scott
Sandy Duignan
Russell Nightingale
Catherine Buck
Selina Wan
Katrina Nightingale
Yuriy Stepchenkov
Karyn Kelso
Julie Ramage
Kristin Flores
Jodie Sleaford
Anna Ormrod
Scott Gourlay
Laureen Tkacik
Dominique Lees
Mark Wardell
Joy Scott
Desiree Lees
Vanessa Zeilinga
Underlined ----- new 2012 Members
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Gymnastics Queensland
Club Awards
2012 Annual Report
GQ Service Awards
CLUB PROMOTION COMMENDATION
INDIVIDUAL SERVICE AWARDS
1. Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Julie Ramage (AER)
2. Gymfinity
Anna Ormrod (RG)
3. Super Performace Centre
Barbara Pugh (RG)
4. Mackay Gymnastics
Caron Drake (ACR)
5. Delta Gymnastics Gold Coast
Christina Sweeney (AER)
Special Recogition for the Promotion of Gymnastics
Darryl Drake (ACR)
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
CLUB HOSTING SERVICE AWARD
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT COMMENDATION
1. Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
1. Gymfinity
2. Intensity Sport Aerobics
2. Super Performance Centre
3. Splitz Gym
3. Move It Gymnastics
4. Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
4. Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
5. Bayside PCYC
5. Australasian Gymnastics & Dance Academy
6. Gymnastics Townsville
STAFF ENGAGEMENT & MENTORING COMMENDATION
7. Spring Hill Gymnastics
1. Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
8. Brisbane Boys College
2. Delta Gymnastics Gold Coast
9. Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
3. Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
olympic games representatives
4. Gymfinity
Joshua Jefferis (HPC/Y-West Gymnastic Club)*
5. Jimboomba Gymnastics Club
Larissa Miller (HPC/Gymnastics Moranbah)*
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COMMENDATION
retired athlete recognition
1. Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
2. Gym Finity
3. Mackay Gymnastics
4. Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
5. Jimboomba Gymnastics Club
COMMUNITY GRANTS COMMENDATION
1. Mackay Gymnastics
2. Gladstone Gymnastic Club
3. Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
4. Redland City Gymsports
5. Super Performance Centre
COMPETITION PERFORMANCE COMMENDATION
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics: WAG International Stream
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane: WAG National Stream
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics: MAG
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics (Sports Aerobics)
Thomas Pichler
Frank Vig Sportsmanship Awards
trampoline sports
Matthew Delforce (Rockhampton PCYC)
artistic gymnastics (MG)
Michael Donnet (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Participation Commendation - Top10
1. Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
2. Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
3. Y-West Gymnastic Club
4. Maroochy Beach Gymnastics Association
5. Splitz Gym
6. Y-North Gymnastics Club
7. Robertson Academy
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics (Rythmic Gymnastics) Manly
8. Ipswich PCYC
Robertson Gymnastics Academy (Sports Acrobatics)
9. Club Dynamite
Robertson Gymnastics Club: TRP
10. Barron Valley Gymnastics Club
* HPC ( High Performance Centre) these athletes train at the GQ HPC.
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Men’s Gymnastics Team
Club
Women’s Gymnastics Team
Name
Club
Rhythmic Gymnastics Team
Trampoline Sports Team
Name
Club
Name
Club
Name
Matthew Henry
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Scott Costin
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Holly Cushing
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Zoe Ormrod
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Thomas Pichler
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Emmi Watterson
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Danielle Prince
Rockhampton PCYC
Matthew Delforce
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Michael Donnet
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Alysha Koloi
Splitz Gym
Scarlett Hankins
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Patrick Cooper
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Mitchell Jones
Barron Valley Gymnastics Club
Shannon Neate
Splitz Gym
Georgia Pase
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Matthew Gifkins
Redland City Gymsports
Naoya Tsukahara
Delta Gymanstics Brisbane
Emily Conran
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Bryony White
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Jarrod Spear
Y-West Gymnastic Club
Joshua Jefferis
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Grace Sheppard
Splitz Gym
Liesel Rogan
Rockhampton PCYC
Bastian Tinney
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Lachlan Savill
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Rianna Mizzen
Splitz Gym
Ashleigh Roper
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Fletcher Donohue
Brisbane Boys College
Fraser Irvine
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Georgia Godwin
Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics
Mina Matsuoka
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Jared Archer
Club Dynamite
Kristian Wan
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Eden Tarvit
Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics
Himeka Onoda
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Lachlan Banham
Robertson Gymanstics Club
Brody-Jai Hennessy
Sandgate PCYC
Tamika Jones
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Jessica Watzek
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Raphael Vargas
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Curtis Lindeman
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Chloe Sims
Splitz Gym
Lee-Ann Kalell
Rockhampton PCYC
Blake Rutherford
Club Dynamite
Jack Miller
Gymnastics Moranbah
Larrissa Miller
Splitz Gym
Chelsea Zwoerner
Redcliffe PCYC
Thomas Flavel
Club Dynamite
Dylan Padley
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Daira Joura
Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics
Kyra Franklin
Redcliffe PCYC
Liam Hall
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Indigo Dragon
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Katie Wurth
Splitz Gym
Katherine Vikulov
Rockhampton PCYC
Brentyn Reynolds
Maroochy Beach Gymnastics Association
James Whitson
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Shar-Lee Clark
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Erin Marshall
Redcliffe PCYC
Jack Armstrong
Redland City Gymsports
Charlie Smith
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Amaya King Koi
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Alannah Mathews
Redcliffe PCYC
Jorden Tunstall
Sandgate PCYC
Jared Smyth
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Madison Thompson
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Nikita Rosendahl
Redcliffe PCYC
Zachary Hall
Super Performance Centre
Kiarn Barry
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Madison Young
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Laura Gosling
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Cody Story
Super Performance Centre
Oliver Stack
Delta Gymnastics Gold Coast
Anna Rowe
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Maya Bennett
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Jesse Searles
Redcliffe PCYC
Jayden RobinsonPatch
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Jarrod Montoro
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Zoe Nay
Super Performance Centre
David Tanner
Maroochy Beach Gymnastics Association
Katherine Lawrence
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Audrey Freeman
Club Dynamite
Lewis Redding
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Anika Tenaglia
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Ashley Tang Carrion
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Finlay Kroon
Splitz Gym
Abbey Scott
Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics
Tahlia Hudson
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Jackson Clarke
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Ali Kay
Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics
Lucy Ninnes
Sangate PCYC
Noah Eisenmenger
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Lauren Tam
Splitz Gym
Sonya Lee
Super Performance Centre
Samuel Schukin
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Breanna Walker
Splitz Gym
Olivia Melvin
The Southport School Gymnastics Club
Morgan Evans
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Hannah Cottle
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Chiara Shim
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Daniel Orman
Delta Gymnastics Gold Coast
Rachael Armstrong
Splitz Gym
Michelle Chan
Brisbane Boys College
Joshua Chambers
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Alina Aitken
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Mia Broedelet
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Thomas Grogan
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Abbie Benstead
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Zoe Craig
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Thomas Harden
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Larissa Lum
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Chloe Gosling
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Jack Glendenning
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Leah Nelson
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Annika Graham
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Reece Pearce
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Tiahna Scanlon
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Alexis Lane
Gold Coast Gymnastics Club
Cale Rankin
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Jessica Bax
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Charlotte Law
Mitchelton Youth Club
Robert Patterson
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Bianca Wardell
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Jordyn Muir
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Joshua Meyer
Sping Hill Gymnastics
Madisen Sheppard
Splitz Gym
Tiah McLaren
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Jack Norman
Mackay Gymnastics
Jennifer Allen-Waters
Splitz Gym
Heather Blakeway
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Christopher Subasic
Allstar Gymnastics Academy
Annie Flamsteed
Splitz Gym
Sunny Fan
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Benjamin Wilson
Barron Valley Gymnastics Club
Mikayla Adams
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Imogen Mitchell
Gymnastics Townsville
Jay Pery
Barron Valley Gymnastics Club
Tahlia See Kee
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Hayden Greenough
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Sophie Musgrave
Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Dylan Konners
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Taylor Ryan
Mitchelton Youth Club
Lucas Brankovich
Mackay Gymnastics
Claire Black
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Jack Riek
Mackay Gymnastics
Sky Brunker
Club Dynamite
Aden Messori
Mackay Gymnastics
Kyriah Willacy
Club Dynamite
Trenten Wan
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Natalie Bennison
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Etienne Rousseau-Forwood
Spring Hill Gymnastics
Ashlea McSweeney
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Chris Braithwaite
Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club
Matthew Walker
Maroochy Beach Gymnastics Association
Mitchell Skippen
The Southport School Gymnastics Club
Glenn Ng
The Southport School Gymnastics Club
Justin Niddrie
Rockhampton PCYC
Amber Munster
Rockhampton PCYC
Tameeka Tinney
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Taylor Jones
Rockhampton PCYC
Natalie Steen
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Ashleigh Rowe
Rockhampton PCYC
Stacey Healy
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Braida Thomas
Redcliffe PCYC
Maddison Bathurst
Bayside PCYC
Francesca Quadrio
Bayside PCYC
Korri Loader
Bayside PCYC
Kaitlyn Perkins
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Kelsie Henry
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Rebecca Stacey
Bayside PCYC
Jackie Ryan
Bayside PCYC
Leilani Youngjohns
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Ashley Hannan
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Anouk Hendriks
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Ella Mar Fan
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Kirralee Costelloe
Redlands Gymnastics Club
Tiarnay Callil
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Carina Hagarty
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Faith Simmons
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Jhiara Thomas
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Britney Glazebrook
Redcliffe PCYC
Tiana Dixon
Redcliffe PCYC
Hannah Marshall
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Tayla Hunt
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Louise Pearce
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Chloe Blee
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Trampoline Sports Team
Sport Aerobics Team
Sport Aerobics Team
Acrobatic Gymnastics Team
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Tayla-Jane Sissons
Mt St Michael's College
Sophie Warner
Mt St Michael's College
Rebecca Stewart
Beenleigh PCYC
Brielle Fioriti
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Lauren Wilson
Mt St Michael's College
Jasmine Wholton
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Natalie Geale
Beenleigh PCYC
Cheyanne Gosley
Club Aerofit
Indianna Huggett Kinnane
Club Aerofit
Jasmine Williams
Ikin Dance Australia
Xaphan Mitchell
Mt St Michael's College
Daniela De Aguiar
Mt St Michael's College
Sophia Thannhauser
Club Aerofit
Jordan Ahfuni
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Madison Young
Rockhampton PCYC
Kayla Reynolds
Redcliffe PCYC
Jeorgia Kane
Redcliffe PCYC
Cheyanna Robinson
Rockhampton PCYC
Billie-Lee Goodman
Redcliffe PCYC
Sophie Barber
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Heidi Leigh
Redcliffe PCYC
Jesse Moss
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Carly Hess
Rockhampton PCYC
Courtney Jones
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Kililipi O'DonoghueScarce
Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
India Prince
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Araminta King
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Stormee Morrish
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Eliza Tree
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Charlotte Mitchell
Rachael Beckman
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Jasmine Searle
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Rylee Cran
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Taylah Bradley
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Samantha Dennehy
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Darcy O'Hara
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Chloe Richards
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Rhiannon Brown
Robertson Gymnastics Club
Merita Elshani
Sport Aerobics Team
Club
Name
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Alison Date
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Jasmine Meehan-Stubbs
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Grace Mitchell
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Elizabeth Burgess
Ikin Dance Australia
Lani Nielsen
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Katie Underwood
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Kira Stray
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Briarly Collyns
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Megan Shroff
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Rachael Johnson
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Madison Napper
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Darcy Cusack
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Krichelle Gilmour
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Samantha Donaldson
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Zoe Clasen
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Alyshia Jut
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Lucy Christodoulou
Club Aerofit
Riley McIntosh
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Lauren Smith
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Shelby Faulkner
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Kaya Kurtukoff
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Holly Jones
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Lilian Smith
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Annabelle Watt
Club Aerofit
Sophia Wong
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Nikola Boyle
Mt St Michael's College
Rachael Betts
Mt St Michael's College
Emily Tonkin
Mt St Michael's College
Emily Treston
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Nicola Bunker
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Emmah Filippi
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Molly Miles
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Jackie Shroff
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Mikaela D'Arienzo
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Rebecca Woolf
Club Aerofit
Jemma Bury
Ikin Dance Australia
Isabella Scanlan
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Tayla Dallon
Mt St Michael's College
Gemma Carter
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Brittany Walklate
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Ashley Woods
Mt St Michael's College
Antonia Nocon
Mt St Michael's College
Brooke Spencer
Mt St Michael's College
Mikaela Dyson
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Michaela Warren
Beenleigh PCYC
Morgan Wellington
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Soraya Le Marshall
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Mikaela Bernardi
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Alexandra Tree
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Kate Collins
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Madison Green
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Inge Peter
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Elliza Lane
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Emily Beath
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Samantha Bunker
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Rebecca Cook
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Aimee Green
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Alex Young
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Olivia Angell
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Evie Kennedy
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Simone Ballard
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Chantelle McCullough
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Chloe Green
Revolution Gymsports
Abby Dendle
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Emma Skelton
Revolution Gymsports
Matilda Wayte
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Kirsten Yeo
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Amelia Martin
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Amy Morrison
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Tayla McCallum
Mt St Michael's College
Renae Spencer
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Isabelle Fehlhaber
Mt St Michael's College
Jessica Marsh
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Shaelyn Nagel
Mt St Michael's College
Luisa Grieco
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Cody Smith
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Kira Le Marshall
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Madison Kehn
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Aymee Sleaford
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Emily Morisaki
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Tayla Sleaford
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Sarah Morisaki
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Montana Zillfleisch
Super Performance Centre
Danielle Puetter
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Mercedes McIntyre
Super Performance Centre
Alex Russell
Samantha Todd
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Kirsty Till
Super Performance Centre
Club Aerofit
Taylor Clayton
Super Performance Centre
Peter Wand
Mt St Michael's College
Shona Lynch
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Tianye Boorman
Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics
Shannon Jackson
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Danika Chippendale
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Ashleigh Auret
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Sandra Low
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Marni Forde-Sloan
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Madeleine Nightingale
Mt St Michael's College
Laura Jones
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Rebecca Power
Mt St Michael's College
Laura Kane
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Oceane Rousseau
Forwood
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Laura Tyson
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Chelsea WeymanJones
Acrobatic Gymnastics Team
Mt St Michael's College
Grace Egan
Mt St Michael's College
Annalise Gowing
Club
Name
Mt St Michael's College
Grace Porter
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Cooper Cattanach
Mt St Michael's College
Gemma Swanson
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Shelby Roberts
Club Aerofit
Cora Ross
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Mikayla Graves
Mt St Michael's College
Terri Knott
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Tahlea Hebbard
Mt St Michael's College
Shanae Rawlings
Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
Holly Zerk
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Ashleigh Elvin
Mitchelton Youth Club
Bella Collins
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Macy Barnshaw
Mitchelton Youth Club
Olivia Millard
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Amelia Searle
Mitchelton Youth Club
Darcie Speare
Intensity Sports Aerobics
Allayna Bottriell
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Jordan Boorman
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Isabel Turner
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Emily Flint
Moreton Bay College Gymnastics
Jessica Williams
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Lara Morris
Mt St Michael's College
Kristiana Feron-Farrell
Amain Gymnastics
Rhiannon Arkell
Mt St Michael's College
Darcy Lawton
Amain Gymnastics
Cheyanne Pickin
Mt St Michael's College
Ashleigh Campbell
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Kassia Cybuiski
Mt St Michael's College
Elizabeth Hogarth
Gymnastics Ferny Hills
Lillie Wilson
Mt St Michael's College
Maggie O'Brien
Revolution Gymsports
Grant Onions
Revolution Gymsports
Ella Stevens
Robertson Gymnastics Acadmemy
Samara Young
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Jessica Brockhurst
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Damiana Gogova
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Sophie Gruhl
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Chelsea Meadows
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Kirby Sorenson
Robertson Gymnastics Academy
Emily Weyman-Jones
Mitchelton Youth Club
Caitlin Bartlett
Mitchelton Youth Club
Gemma Morris
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Rhythmic Gymnastics
Women’s Artistic Gymnastics
All Around Champions
All Around Champions
Senior International
Danielle Prince (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 8 International
Maya Bennett (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 7 International
Audrey Freeman (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 6 International
Lidiia Iakavleva (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 5 International
Annabelle Mitchell (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Jaime Clarke (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics/Hight Performace Centre)
Level 10 State AA
Ashleigh Roper (Splitz Gym)
Level 10
Sophie Musgrave (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 9 State AA
Chelsea Zwoerner (Splitz Gym)
Level 9
Bianca Wardell (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 8 State AA
Katherine Vikulov (Splitz Gym)
Level 8
Alina Aitken (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 7 State AA
Sonya Lee (Splitz Gym)
Level 7 Open
Phoebe Kenafake (Maroochy Beach Gymnastics Association)
Level 6 State AA
Heather Blakeway (Splitz Gym)
Level 7 Under
Maddison Thompson (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 5 State AA
Chelsea Dickfos (Splitz Gym)
Level 6 Open
Katie Davis (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Sasha Hocking (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 6 Under 13
Level 4 State AA
Stephanie Zeilinga (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 3 State AA
Lucy Auton (Splitz Gym)
Level 6 Under 12
Samantha Watkin (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 5 Open
Level 2 State AA
Eloise Doerfer (Y-West Gymnastic Club)
Kate Ellerby (Western Districts Youth Club)
Level 5 Under 12
Level 1 State AA
Macy Conway (Splitz Gym)
Isabella Cox (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Level 5 Under 11
Karleigh Fraser (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 5 Under 10
Charlize Rettie (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane)
Level 4 Open
Kate Parsons (Gold Coast Gymnastics Club)
Level 4 Under 12
Layne Cahill (Western Districts Youth Club)
Level 4 Under 11
Kianna Schokman (Western Districts Youth Club)
Level 8 Women Pair
Citlin Bartlett & Gemma Morris (Mitchelton Youth Club)
Level 4 Under 10
Hannah Robinson (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Level 8 Women Group
Sophie Gruhl, Chelsea Meadows & Kirby Sorenson (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 4 Under 9
Maile Rickard (Gold Coast Gymnastics Club)
Level 7 Mixed Pair
Danielle Puetter & Peter Ward (Super Performance Centre)
Level 7 Women Pair
Hannah Abbink & Emma Slattery (Mitchelton Youth Club)
Level 7 Women Group
Oceane Rousseau, Laura Tyson & Tianya Boorman (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 6 Women Group
Sarah Morisaki, Emily Morisaki & Madison Kehn (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 5 Women Pair
Chantelle McCullough & Evie Kennedy (Gymnastics Ferny Hills)
Level 5 Women Group
Alex Young, Emily Beath & Rebecca Cook (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 4 Men Pair
Ryan Cogill & Daniel Smartt (Mitchelton Youth Club)
Level 4 Mixed Group
Shelby Roberts & Cooper Cattanch (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 4 Women Pair
Jodie Rybarczyk & Janie Ritson (Beenleigh PCYC)
Level 4 Women Group
Bella Collins, Darcie Speare & Olivia Millard (Mitchelton Youth Club)
Level 3 Pair
Megan Shelswell & Laurine Hupkes (Amain Gymnastics)
Level 3 Trio
Heather Cusack, Grace Hocking & Elizabeth Rodwell (Revolution Gymsports)
Level 2 Pair
Liana Arkell & Lucy Duckworth (Amain Gymnastics)
Level 2 Trio
Abbie Hopkinson, Lisa Stoyles & Felicity Gersbach (Emerald Gymnastics & Trampoline Club)
Level 1 Pair
Luke Lynch & Connor MacAulay (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 1 Trio
Jackson Burnett, Gabe Wockner-Pace & Smmual Mayseidi (Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Senior International
Amaya King Koi (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Junior International
Georgia Godwin ( Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
IDP 10
Rianna Mizzen (Hight Performace Centre/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
IDP 8
Alysha Koloi (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
IDP 6
Emi Watterson (Delta Gymnastics Brisbane/Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
IDP 5
Men’s Artistic Gymnastics
All Around Champions
Level 10 Open
Scott Costin (Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club)
Level 10 Under
Brody-Jai Hennessy (Hight Performace Centre/Robertson Gymnastics Academy)
Level 9 Open
Mathew Walker (Brisbane Grammar School Gymnastics Club)
Level 9 Under
Aden Messori (Hight Performace Centre/Club Dynamite)
Level 8
Hayden Greenough (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Level 7 Open
Robert Patterson (Michelton Youth Club)
Level 7 Under
Jackson Clarke (Hight Performace Centre/Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Level 6 Open
Martin Le Rossignol (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Level 6 Under
Jack Miller (Hight Performace Centre/Club Dynamite)
Level 5 Open
Lachlan Bramley (Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastics)
Level 5 Under
Kaleb Carson (Super Performance Centre)
Level 4 Open
Caleb McDowell (Australasian Gymnastics & Dance Academy)
Level 4 Under
Noah Cody-Byfield (Gold Coast Gymnastics Club)
Level 3 Open
Joseph Derringer (Gladstone Gymnastic Club)
Level 3 Under
Jack Cartwright (Gold Coast Gymnastics Club)
Acrobatic Gymnastics
All Around Champions
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Trampoline Sports
All Around Champions
U13 Male Tumbling
Zachary Hall (Redcliffe PCYC)
U13 Female Tramp
Britney Glazebrook (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
U13 Female Syncro Tramp
Chloe Blee & Taylor Hunt (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U13 Female DMT
Madison Young (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U13 Female Tumbling
Madison Young (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U11 Male Tramp
Liam Hall (Redcliffe PCYC)
U11 Male Syncro Tramp
Kye Edwards & Tae Edwards (Rockhampton PCYC)
U11 Male DMT
Liam Hall (Redcliffe PCYC)
U11 Male Tumbling
Liam Hall (Redcliffe PCYC)
U11 Female Tramp
Katelyn Smith (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U11 Female Syncro Tramp
Kirralee Costelloe & Katelyn Smith (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
U11 Female DMT
Anouk Hendriks (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U11 Female Tumbling
Anouk Hendriks (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Senior Men Trampoline
Patrick Cooper (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
Senior Men Syncro
Matthew Delforce & Blake Rutherford (Rockhampton PCYC)
Senior Men DMT
Matthew Gifkins (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Senior Women Trampoline
Korri Loader (Bayside PCYC)
Senior Women Syncro
Lauren Sampson & Rebecca Stacey (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Senior Women DMT
Rebecca Stacey (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Men Trampoline
Blake Rutherford (Rockhampton PCYC)
Junior Men Syncro
Lachlan Banham & Fletcher Donohue (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Men DMT
Fletcher Donohue (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Men Tumbling
Fletcher Donohue (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Women Trampoline
Braida Thomas (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Women Syncro
Rylee Cran & Samantha Dennehy (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Women DMT
Braida Thomas (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
Junior Women Tumbling
Leilani Youngjohns (Bayside PCYC)
Sub Junior Women Tumbling
Madison Young (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U17+ Men Tramp
Patrick Cooper (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
U17+ Men Syncro Tramp
Patrick Cooper & Matthew Delforce (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club
& Rockhampton PCYC)
U17+ Men DMT
Patrick Cooper (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
U17+ Men Tumbling
Fletcher Donohue (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U17+ Women Tramp
Korri Loader (Bayside PCYC)
U17+ Women Syncro Tramp
Lauren Sampson & Rebecca Stacey (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U17+ Women DMT
Kelsie Henry (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U17+ Women Tumbling
Jaclin Ryan (Bayside PCYC)
U17 Men Tramp
Blake Rutherford (Rockhampton PCYC)
U17 Men Syncro Tramp
Raphael Vargas & Jared Archer (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U17 Men DMT
Lachlan Banham (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
National B Senior Ind Female
Marni Forde-Sloan (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
U17 Men Tumbling
Jarrod Montora (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
National B Senior Pair
Laura Jones & Laura Kane (Mt St Michael’s College)
U17 Women Tramp
Braida Thomas (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
National B Intermediate Ind Female
Mercedes McIntyre (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
U17 Women Syncro Tramp
Chloe White & Maddison Bathurst (Ipswich PCYC & Redcliffe PCYC)
National B Intermediate Pair
Mercedes McIntyre & Kirsty Till (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
U17 Women DMT
Braida Thomas (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
National B Junior Ind Female
Kira Le Marshall (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
U17 Women Tumbling
Francesa Quadrio (Bayside PCYC)
National B Junior Ind Male
Jackson Brown (MyDynamics Aerobic Gymnastics)
U15 Men Tramp
Jared Archer (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
National B Junior Pair
Aymee Sleaford & Tayla Sleaford (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
U15 Men DMT
Jesse Searles (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
Team Aerodance Intermediate
Soraya Le Marshall, Jasmine Meehan-Stubbs, Amy Morrison, Kira Stray,
Alexandra Tree & Montana Zillfleisch (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
U15 Male Tumbling
Jared Archer (Robertson Gymnastics Club)
U15 Women Tramp
Team Aerodance Junior
Jesse Moss (Redcliffe PCYC)
Alison Date, Kira Le Marshall, Grace Mitchell, Aymee Sleaford & Ashleigh Elvin
(Intensity Sports Aerobics)
U15 Women Syncro Tramp
Level 3 Senior Ind
Michaela Warren (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Heidi Leigh & Britney Glazebrook (Victoria Park Gymnastic & Trampoline Club)
U15 Women DMT
Level 3 Senior Pair
Natalie Geale & Michaela Warren (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Cheyanna Robinson (Redcliffe PCYC)
Level 3 Senior Team
Elizabeth Hogarth, Rebecca Stewart & Temi Underhill (Mt St Michael’s College)
U15 Women Tumbling
Leilani Youngjohns (Bayside PCYC)
Level 3 Intermediate Ind
Kristiana Feron-Farrell (Mt St Michael’s College)
U13 Men Tramp
Jack Armstrong (Redcliffe PCYC)
Level 3 Intermediate Pair
Kristiana Feron-Farrell & Darcy Lawton (Mt St Michael’s College)
U13 Men Syncro Tramp
Jack Armstrong & Zachary Hall (Redcliffe PCYC)
Level 3 Junior Ind
Macy Barnshaw (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
U13 Men DMT
Jack Armstrong (Redcliffe PCYC)
Level 3 Junior Pair
Macy Barnshaw & Amelia Searle (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
Level 2 Adult Ind
Lisa Forrester (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
Sport Aerobics
All Around Winners
International Senior Elite Ind Female
Darcy Cusack (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
International Age Group 1 Ind Female
Katie Underwood (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
International Age Group 2 Ind Female
Megan Shroff (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
International Age Group 2 Pair
Rachael Johnson & Madison Napper (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
National A Adult Ind Female
Luisa Grieco (Mt St Michael’s College)
National A Senior Ind Female
Amy Morrison (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
National A Senior Pair
Jessica Marsh & Renae Spencer (Mt St Michael’s College)
National A Intermediate Ind Female
Samantha Bunker (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
National A Intermediate Teams
Olivia Angell, Simone Ballard, Smantha Bunker, Aimee Green & Chloe Green
(Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
National A Junior Ind Female
Eliza Lane (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
National A Junior Pair
Madison Green & Eliza Lane (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
National B Adult Ind Female
Erin Shaw (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
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Level 2 Senior Ind
Shanae Rawlings (Mt St Michael’s College)
Level 2 Senior Pair
Nastassia De Agular & Alex Parker-Wilkin (Mt St Michael’s College)
Level 2 Intermediate Ind
Gemma Swanson (Mt St Michael’s College)
Level 2 Intermediate Pair
Brittany Walklate & Rebecca Woolf (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 2 Intermediate Team
Annalise Gowing, Grace Porter & Gemma Swanson (Mt St Michael’s College)
Level 2 Junior Ind
Jackie Shroff (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
Level 2 Junior Pair
Rhiannon Brown & Mikaela D'Arienzo (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 2 Junior Team
Nicola Bunker, Molly Miles & Jackie Shroff (Showtime Aerobic Gymnastics)
Level 1 Senior Ind
India Prince (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
Level 1 Intermediate Ind
Sophie Warner (Mt St Michael’s College)
Level 1 Intermediate Pair
Brooke Spencer & Sophie Warner (Mt St Michael’s College)
ACR
Acrobatics Gymnastics
Level 1 Intermediate Team
Jordan Ahfuni, Indianna, Huggett Kinnana, Xaphan Mitchell & Jasmine Williams
(Club Aerofit)
AER
Sport Aerobics
Level 1 Junior Ind
ASC
Australian Sports Commission
Lucy Christodoulou (Moreton Bay College Gymnastics)
CEO
Chief Executive Officer
Level 1 Junior Pair
Riley McIntosh & Sophia Wong (Club Aerofit)
CHL
Cheerleading
Level 1 Junior Team
Lucy Christodoulou, Holly Jones, Lillian Smith & Annabelle Watt (Moreton Bay
College Gymnastics)
FIG
Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique
Level 1 Sub Junior Ind
Jasmine Searle (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
GA
Gymnastics Australia
Level 1 Sub Junior Pair
GFA
Gymnastics for All
Eliza Tree & Jasmine Searle (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
GQ
Gymnastics Queensland
Level 1 Sub Junior Team
Araminta King, Murphy Waide, Rebecca Kentwell & Yasmin Dickinson (Intensity
Sports Aerobics)
HPC
High Performance Centre
Level 0 Sub Junior Ind
Caitlyn Harris (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
KG
KinderGym
Level 0 Sub Junior Pair
Caitlyn Harris & Hannah Lund (Intensity Sports Aerobics)
MAG
Men’s Artistic Gymnastics
Level 0 Sub Junior Team
Josie Fowler, Amarnie Gane, Brianna Gane, Claudia Martin & Kaylee Smith
(MyDynamics Aerobic Gymnastics)
2010
2011
2012
34,039
36,326
39,520
MAG
1,902
1,912
2,055
WAG
6,487
6,842
7,151
RG
176
173
204
TRP
1,547
1,094
938
ACR
360
398
294
AER
216
241
294
KG
7,497
7,900
8,251
General
11,004
11,795
13,289
Other
183
791
824
CHL
4,003
5,180
6,220
Technical
747
798
865
Coaches
678
700
760
Judges
280
372
465
Club
121
118
109
Athlete
Discipline
RG
Rhythmic Gymnastics
SMC
Sport Management Committee
TRP
Trampoline Sports
VIG
Volunteer in Gymnastics
WAG
Women’s Artistic Gymnastics
Thanks to the supporters of Gymnastics Queensland:
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