It was a jam-packed 72 hours for our three Rhythmic gymnasts at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, but it produced an incredible spectacle, where Australia walked away with three medals – one Gold, one Silver and one Bronze.
If there was one word to describe our MAG squad’s Commonwealth Games journey, it would be team.
As the curtain fall on our Artistic campaign, al attention turns to our Rhythmic Gymnasts at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this weekend.
Australia’s Women’s Artistic team have produced an exceptional Commonwealth Games campaign, headlined by the stunning performances of Georgia Godwin, who took home five medals, and Kate McDonald winning gold at her first Games.
Victorian Kate McDonald has stunned the world and herself, walking away with her first ever Gold Medal on Balance Beam at the 2022 Commonwealth Games overnight.
Four years after a heartbreaking loss on home soil, Georgia Godwin is a Commonwealth Games champion, securing the gold in the Women’s Artistic All-around final overnight.
It’s just over twenty-four hours until competition kicks off in the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham UK for our Women’s Artistic Gymnasts, who will take to the floor at 1:30am AEST on Sunday.
It’s under twenty-four hours until competition kicks off at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham UK, and it’s our Male Artistic Gymnasts who will take to the floor first at 2:30am AEST on Saturday.
On the eve of the Commonwealth Games, there are four more Australians who are set to shine on the world stage – albeit in a different capacity.
The 1st FIG Parkour World Championships are being held in Tokyo, Japan 14-16 October 2022, and Gymnastics Australia is excited to send an Australian team to this inaugural World Championships and showcase the Parkour talent in Australia to the rest o