We have re vamped our coaching staff for the 2014-2015 season to ensure a positive experience for all members. Coaches are enthusiastic, positive and up to date with the newest level system that is now in place. The level system is in place to ensure that each child is placed in the class that best suits their gymnastics abilities while challenging them to advance to the next level. Progress reports are as follows:
Parent & Tot / Kindergym:
Each athlete will receive a certificate along with a ribbon of participation at the end of each 8 week session outlining the gymnastics activities and apparatus that were covered throughout the term. Once each child turns 5 they are encouraged to enter the beginner program.
There are 2 levels to achieve in this program before advancement into the intermediate program. A progress report will be given to each athlete at the end of each 8 week session along with a ribbon for those athletes who have completed a level ( it is possible to complete both beginner levels in one term)
- Level 1 (BLUE)
- Level 2 (RED)
There are 2 levels to achieve in this program before advancement into the advanced program. A progress report will be given to each athlete at the end of each 8 week session along with a ribbon for those athletes who have completed a level ( it is possible to complete both intermediate levels in one term)
- Level 3 (GREEN)
- Level 4 (YELLOW)
There are 2 levels to achieve in this program. A progress report will be given to each athlete at the end of each 8 week session along with a ribbon for those athletes who have completed a level. Athletes who complete both advanced levels are encouraged to move into he competitive program.
- Level 5 (PURPLE)
- Level 6 (ORANGE)
We recently had some technical issues with our hosting provider, as a result we were not receiving all of our email messages and online registration signups. We are not sure exactly how long this has been an issue, as we were receiving some but not all of our emails. So if you have been waiting for a response to a recent online registration, please signup again as all issues have been corrected.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Janell.
Thank you and we apologize for the inconvenience.
The 2014 provincial championships were held at the Summerside Saulots Gymnastics Club in Slemon Park, Summerside this past weekend. Our athletes showed great results across all categories. Here are some highlights from the competition:
Maia MacLean finished 2nd on bars and beam and was the provincial all around bronze medalist. Molly MacKenna claimed fourth place on bars. Bethany Proud was 4th in the all around and was Provincial champion on bars!
Lindsey smith was 5th all around, while Zoe Stewart took 6th place. Chloe Cudmore claimed fourth place finishes on bars and vault as well as silver on floor. Chloe was provincial champion on beam and claimed silver in the all around!
Kenzie Myers was provincial champion and claimed gold medals on all 4 events.
Anikha Greer was 3rd on bars and floor, 2nd on vault and claimed silver in the all around! Mia Stewart was provincial champion on bars!
our athletes took gold, silver and bronze all around it this category. Shelby Beaton was athe provincial champion while her teammate Alyx Hodson claimed the silver medal. Emma McQuaid was the bronze medalist!
Madison Kelly-Maund was the silver medalist all around with silver on beam and gold on bars. Teammate Kaylee McCabe had second place finishes on floor and vault and was provincial champion on beam, Kaylee was the bronze medalist all around!
Kenzie Myers, Lindsey Smith, Zoe Stewart, Isabella White, Seven Mchatten, Kaylee McCabe and Madison Kelly-Maund will be representing team PEI at Atlantic Championships. Kaylee, Madison and Seven will also represent PEI at the Eastern Canadian Championships!
GREAT JOB TO ALL ATHLETES AND COACHES!!!!
All Classes Sunday, March 30th 2014, will NOT be cancelled. Thank-you.
This passed weekend we had 6 athletes participate in the “I Love Gymnastics” competition in Miramichi NB. We came home with 7 gold, 7 silver and 4 bronze place finishes. Zoe Stewart took the gold medal on floor in the Argo 2 category while teammate Emily Wilson placed 4th on floor and 6th overall. Madison Kelly-Maund claimed silver on bars and bronze on floor while teammate Kaylee McCabe had silver finishes on beam and floor as well as bronze on vault and overall. Seven McHatten was the Tyro 3 all around champion claiming gold on floor and silver on bars, beam and vault. Seven also won a special award for the best performance on floor. Kenzie Myers was the Argo 3 champion and claimed gold on floor, bars and beam as well as silver on vault. Kaylee, Madison, Seven and Kenzie also won 3rd place as a team in the level 3/4/5 category. Miramichi was a great meet and we showed great results, we hope to do the same at provincials in early April said head coach Kristi Shoemaker.
GREAT JOB GIRLS!!!!!
Our competitive athletes claimed 2 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze medals at the 2014 Taiso cup held in lower sackville , NS. Isabella White took the bronze on bars in Novice 2. Seven McHatten was the overall bronze medalist as well as the bronze medalist on bars in level 3 tyro. Kenzie Myers took silver medals on floor, beam and bars. Kenzie was also the silver medalist overall and claimed gold on vault in the Argo 3 category. Kaylee McCabe was the gold medalist on beam in Novice 4. GREAT JOB GIRLS!!!
This past weekend our competitive female athletes participated in the PE Classic at the Delta Prince Edward here in Charlottetown. We had a successful weekend with 7 first place finishes, 7 silver and 4 bronze. Maia MacLean lead the level 1 Argo group with a second place finish on bars and the overall silver medal. Teammate Bethany Proud took the bronze on floor and placed 4th overall. Kenzie Myers captured the gold medal on floor as well as the bronze medal overall in the Argo level 3 category. In tyro level 1 teammates Jenna O’Neill and Anikha Greer tied for first place on vault. Greer also got 2nd on bars and was the overall bronze medalist. Mia Stewart had a strong 1st place finish on bars. Shelby Beaton was the overall gold medalist in the novice 1 category with a first place finish on beam and second place on bars and floor. Alyx Hodson took second place on beam in novice 1. Kaylee McCabe had a strong performance on beam which lead her to the gold medal in novice level 4!
Our youngest competitor - Kenzie Myers
Kenzie competed in her first competition ever this past weekend at the Amherst Invitational in NS. She claimed first place finishes on all four events vault, bars, beam, and floor. “there is no word to describe Kenzie other than superstar, she is our youngest competitor here at VGC and is one of our most advanced athletes, she is very talented at such a young age and we expect nothing but future success for this little champion” says Head coach Kristi Shoemaker. Our other athletes who competed in the Intermediate category this weekend Zoe Stewart, Susan Wu, and Julia Excoffery also had outstanding performances taking home first and second place titles.
Argo 2- Brenna Ing
In the argo 2 category Brenna Ing had a strong performance, she placed 4th on beam and floor, 2nd on bars and took home the bronze Medal in the all around competition. ” I am very proud of Brenna this weekend” says her coach Sophia Kyriakopoulos. ” she has hit the qualifying score two times this year for atlantics but is still too young to make the team, we expect her to be on top in the Argo 2 category next season” Way to go Brenna!!
Tyro 2- Sarah & Grace White
Sarah placed 3rd on the bars and 8th place in the all around competition while her twin sister Grace took 4th place on the bars. Both girls have hit their qualifying scores to represent PEI at the Atlantic Championships in NFLD in April. “our twins show a lot of potential” says Head coach Kristi Shoemaker ” they have only been training for 8 months now and have accomplished so much in such a short period of time”.
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