British Gymnastics

  1. Performance Pathway Symposium 2021 750x500 timetable
    The provisional timetable for our virtual Performance Pathway Symposium can now be viewed.

    Taking place between Sunday 17th January and Friday 5th February, our virtual Performance Pathway Symposium will cover a variety of disciplines and topics that apply across the sport of gymnastics.

    We're delighted to be running a range of sessions with our National Coaches and several special guests.

    Date Time Session
    Sunday 17th January  17:00 Introduction
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    Following the latest update from Prime Minister, Boris Johnson (4th January 2021), all British Gymnastics clubs in England are advised to close with immediate effect. 

    This is incredibly disappointing news for everyone in the community including club managers, coaches and of course gymnasts who will once again be unable to do the thing they love, but at this time, with Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases continuing to rise and the country entering the highest Covid threat level, we must play our part in saving lives and protecting the NHS. 

    More information about what is and isn’t allowed under the latest lockdown can be found on the government website. The new restrictions become law on Wednesday 6th January, but people should follow them now.

    For the gymnastics

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    We are pushing for further financial support for all gymnastics clubs as concerns for the future of the sport have been highlighted by research conducted with the gymnastics community.

    Many clubs across the UK are struggling to cover operational costs, caused by participants not being able to attend their gymnastics sessions. The uncertainty of the pandemic means there is no clear indication on when a normal timetable of sessions will be able to resume.

    Results from a survey, completed before further lockdowns and firebreaks were introduced across the UK, by hundreds of registered British Gymnastics clubs, has illustrated that there are a number of concerns about the future. These concerns include:

  4. UPDATED: Friday 8th January at 16.45pm - England Only

    Gymnastics clubs fall within the category of sport and leisure services, businesses and venues which are identified within legislation as required to close under the new national lockdown from 4th January 2021. 

    It is important to remain conscious of the government’s key message of stay home to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. We understand that this is an extremely difficult time for the gymnastics community, and clubs, coaches and volunteers have worked hard to provide Covid-secure environments, however with Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases continuing to rise and the country having entered the highest Covid threat level, we must play our part in saving lives and protecting the NHS.