Favourite Routines

Everybody involved with gymnastics has their favourite routines from the competitions and events over the years. Below are some of mine. I have chosen some performances from the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Every so often, I hope to show you […]

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Injuries

Part 2   The End Performing a simple handspring vault, I landed incorrectly, meaning one foot took a disproportionate amount of the impact, mainly on the big toe joint from pointing

Injuries

Part 1   Being injured is a terrible event in any athlete’s career.  One injury can jeopardise some-one's progression in the sport or even mark the end of their

5 facts about gymnastics in Ireland

1. There are 9 different disciplines in Irish Gymnastics (IG) Womens Artistic (WAG) Mens Artistic (MAG) Tumbling Acrobatics Special Needs All Disciplines Aerobics Trampolining Rhythmic 2. There are eight different regions throughout the country in IG. In

Spotting Talent

Part 2 Flexibility Flexibility works hand-in-hand with strength. A combination of the two in a gymnast is a step towards perfection, as long as they know how to control their body

Spotting Talent

Part One   Part of being a gymnastics coach is that I must constantly be on the look-out for new talent.  Every September when the new term begins, streams

The Recession & Gymnastics

We are all aware of the Global Recession. How is it affecting your club? Surprisingly, we have not noticed a drop in numbers nor a lack of interest

What are you passionate about?

For sixteen years, I’ve taken part in the great sport of gymnastics. I trained as a gymnast for eleven years and I am now in my fifth year

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