Georgia Camman, 13, during a training day at the Gladstone Gymnastics Club.
Georgia Camman, 13, during a training day at the Gladstone Gymnastics Club. Luka Kauzlaric

Gymnasts show off their skills ahead of competitions

ALTHOUGH the weather put a dampener on most sporting fixtures over the weekend, the team at Gladstone Gymnastics Club was still able to carry on as usual.

More than 780 students are enrolled at the club in programs including general and acrobatic gymnastics, men's and women's competitive sections, as well as kindergarten, schools and adult classes.

The club has been in full swing since classes began on Tuesday, January 28, busily preparing for their first home competitions next month.

The Women's CQ Senior Regional Championships and CQ Qualifier for the Acrobatics Section will be held in Gladstone on March 22.



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