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LUTON GYMNASTICS CLUB

 

Providing Quality Gymnastics To Luton, Dunstable, Houghton Regis, Harpenden And Caddington.

Luton Gymnastics Club are proud to announce that after our acquisition of the Galaxy Gymnastics Club we will now be operating from two sites. As of the 1stJanuary the club have a permanent facility which will allow us to widen our services and range of classes. Our site at Stockwood Park Academy, Rotheram Avenue, will focus on recreational level gymnastics providing a pathway to competition and development which will predominately run from Concorde Street, Luton. We will be offering a range of recreational classes at both sites providing our services to a wider geographical area. 

 

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing quality gymnastics we are looking to invest in our permanent facility on Concorde Street. We are currently planning a refurbishment of the site. 


Coming Soon... 

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Massive well done to all gymnasts who competed at the GG Level 1, 2 & 3 County qualifier on the 29th April. Fantastic performances from every single gymnast, some very proud coaches and lots of smiley faces all round. Bring on regional finals in June!

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Level 1 and 2 Finals in Ipswich

On Sunday the 5th June Luton Gymnastics Club’s,  level  1 and 2 finalists made their way up to Ipswich to compete for the Regional Apparatus titles. It was a tough competition but all gymnasts performed extremely well.

We had 9 girls compete in the Level 1 competition, Maya Dias, Nevae Netwon, Brihanna Stewart, Mackenzie Colebrook, Evie Herbert, Gabriella Slinko, Kira Kesckes, Christelle Adhel and Lily – Rose Hoare.

We also had 7 gymnasts qualify to represent Bedfordshire and our club at level 2. Those gymnasts were Zoe Reilly, Ffion Esnard, Briony Whish, Cheyenne Downer, Eliza Reilly, Amy Savage and Kareena Adhel.

Regional Champions were, Christelle, who won Gold on all 4 pieces. Other gold medals and Regional Champions title were achieved by Mackenzie on vault, Eliza & Evie on beam. Evie also received a silver medal and the Chairman’s award for her artistry and great performance on floor.

Other medals were won by Amy Savage who achieved a bronze on bars and beam, and silver on floor. Kira won two silver medals on floor and beam, she also won a bronze medal on bars.

Well done to all gymnasts, they represented Luton Gymnastics Club and Bedfordshire incredibly well and we are very proud of all of them.

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LGC took 20 of their general gym squad up to Milton Keynes Gymnastics Centre for the National Roses Competition, in what is billed as the largest Women's artistic one day event in the country, with 300 gymnasts taking each other on from 14 different clubs from as far as Devon to Tameside and Preston in Lancashire.

We had 4 gymnasts take part in the Tea Rose. 3 gold medals were won by Mackenzie Colebrook. Other medals were won by Ffion Esnard, Kareena Adhel and Sophie Kesckes.

 The remaining 16 gymnasts competed in the Wild Rose. All gymnasts performed incredibly well, taking medals of all colours. Gold medals were won by Christelle Adhel, Eliza Reily, Amy Savage, Lillie Taylor, Nevae Newton, Mollie Burke and Cheyenne Downer.

Other medals won were from Melissa Winchester, Maya Dias, Evie Herbert, Brihanna Stewart and Zoe Reily.

Another great competition from all gymnasts at the Luton Gymnastics Club.


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Tea Roses

 

 

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Wild Roses

 

National Roses 2014

 

On the 4th May the Luton Gymnastics Club took a small team of Gymnasts to compete at the Roses National Event in Spalding in Lincolnshire.  Competing at the Tea rose level was Susannah Perry, Cheyenne Downer, Lily Patino, Olivia Murray, Soliana Nicolas, Natasha Martin, Briony Whish, Emily Wood and Ffion Esnard.  Medals were won across the disciplines for Susannah, Cheyenne, Lily, Olivia and Soliana. The Wild Rose saw Anna Williams, Emma Wright and Moiya Roberts all achieving medals. This was the first competition for the Club and all the Gymnasts performed really well. The feed back indicated that a great time was had by all. Well done Girls.

 

Luton Gymnastics Club

Taking Shape

 

Following its recent launch, Luton Gymnastics Club is going from strength to strength. The classes are growing in size   and our Badge programme is well under way with members already passing their Core Proficiency Badges. Many of the Gymnasts joining the club have been new to gymnastics and we have been pleasantly surprised at the ability of children who are taking up this difficult and demanding sport. We are always pleased to hear that the children absolutely love Gymnastics and can’t wait for their next lesson to come around. The coaching team at the LGC have  thoroughly enjoyed coaching and meeting so many new children.

 

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