Courses 2014

To prepare for the new season, there are a few course offered before the end of 2014:

Registration deadlines

All rhythmic gymnasstics clubs should complete their club registration by September 15th online via this link. Club fee is $100 and $60 for the So Can fee. All members athletes, coaches and official registration should be received in the office by September 30th. The athletes should be registered in the appropriate levels on the registration. New members registration is an ongoing process and submitted when they start training.

Summer Camps

It is always fun to try Rhythmic Gymnastics during the summer months. Numerous summer camps are running in BC. Please check the members clubs links for more information about the camps.

What is in May?

May 4th, Club Origami is hosting the All Stars invitational. Brochure is available here.

May 16th BC Provincials for levels 3B, 3A, 2B, 2A Individuals and Groups & featuring "Future Stars Invitational" for BC Provincial Level 1B, 1A will be held at the Richmond Oval! Come cheer for them! Click here for the schedule

May 17-18th Millenium Cup at the Richmond Oval. Click here for the schedule of events.

May 27-31st Canadian Individual Championship will be held in Ottawa. BC will be there with a very strong team. Good luck everyone!

Busy April for rhythmic gymnastics!

BC Provincials will be at Creekside Community Center starting Friday April 4th till Sunday April 6th. Here is the detailed schedule.

Pacific Rim Championship will be following week from Wednesday April 9th to Saturday April 12th. Aside from rhythmic gymnastics, there are men and women's artistic gymnastics trampoline. Details of the competition can be found here.

Right after Pacific Rim will be Western Regionals which is out in Manitoba. Details are available here. Support your team via live results and live stream!

At the end of the month, Richmond Special Olympics will be having their annual invitational, some of BC's team to be competing at Special O Nationals in June will be there to prepare themselves for the Nationals this July.
Be part of the rhythmic gymnastics community, come support team BC!

Special Olympics Canada 2014 wants you!

Recruitment drive underway to find 1,000 volunteers to host the largest Games ever.

The 2014 Special Olympics Games Organizing Committee announced the launch of a volunteer call for the Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games. The Games, will be taking place in Vancouver from July 8 to July 12, 2014 and Rhythmic Gymnastics is one of the 11 sports that will be represented!
Rhythmic gymnasts from around Canada will be arriving and we need your help to ensure it will be an outstanding and truly memorable experience for everyone involved.
The Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games will feature 11 sports, making the 2014 Games the largest in Special Olympics Canada's history. It is anticipated that more than 2,000 athletes, coaches and officials from across the country will take part in the competition.
The 2014 Games Organizing Committee will need more than 1,000 volunteers for all aspects of the Games, including: support for the competitions, athlete and family services, medical teams, and Games operations. Volunteers have the option to sign up as an individual or as a volunteer group. Volunteers can also choose to get involved in one specific aspect of the Games or multiple areas over one or more days. There are roles leading up to the Games as well as throughout the 4 days of competition.

To learn more about how you can get involved and be inspired, please visit www.vancouver2014.com. Prospective volunteers are encouraged to click on the 'Be Involved' section and complete an online registration form.
Website: http://www.vancouver2014.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vancouver2014games
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vancouver2014

Canadian Gymnaestrada (Jun 28-Jul 1st, 2014)

The Canadian Gymnaestrada is a 3-day gymnastics performances and educational workshops event and to be held in Calgary, Alberta. It is a festival of movement involving traditional and non-traditional gymnastics disciplines and apparatus. Performances take place inside a gymnasium or outside on a field or stage. It is a true celebration of Canadian Gymnastics. This noncompetitive event provides an opportunity for everyone to demonstrate their physical, technical and creative abilities while sharing the fun and pleasure of performing in front of big crowds.

RBC Sports Day in Canada: November 30, 2013

In honour of RBC Sports Day in Canada, ViaSport will be launching a new initiative – Play ViaSport - as a means to connect British Columbians to the array of available sport opportunities across the province provided through our partners at provincial sport organizations, adaptive multi-sport organizations and affiliated clubs.

The Play ViaSport campaign will kick off during the week of Sports Day in Canada, launching November 22, and will include a new online sports resource, a province-wide ad campaign and a new "try it" video featuring ViaSport staff and partners.

Coaching courses

The following coaching courses are available:

2013 Annual report and new board

The new board for 2013-14 and annual report of 2012-2013 have been posted here..

2013 National and Western Stream Provincial Championship

Thank you to all the volunteers, judges, coaches, gymnasts and supporters who came to BC's Provincial Championship in preparation for Western Regionals at the Creekside Community Center, Vancouver, BC on April 6-7, 2013.

2013 Elite Canada and Group Championship

Elite Canada and Group Rhythmic Gymnastics Champion will be held in Richmond, BC on March 7-10, 2013.

2013 National Gymnastics Week

Whether you're young or old"er", part of a club with 50 members or one with 5000, a recreational gymnast or a national team athlete aiming for the ultimate gold medal; we invite you to take a moment to learn about what National Gymnastics Week has to offer and how you can join the fun!

We want to bring fans of gymnastics together to celebrate the sport we all LOVE!