Kayla Zahn, 12, is part of the hardworking Revolution GymSports team readying themselves for a big year.
Kayla Zahn, 12, is part of the hardworking Revolution GymSports team readying themselves for a big year. Luka Kauzlaric

Young gymnast improves greatly after joining local club

KAYLA Zahn is proof Revolution GymSports is on the rise, making itself known in the world of gymnastics.

The move from Gladstone to Boyne Island last year has proved fruitful with Kayla, who is only 12, showing huge gains to become the highest level WAG gymnast in the club.

With ambitions of reaching state titles, Kayla is one of a number of Revolution gymnasts with the goal, all on the back of the hard work and rising credentials of the coaching staff, and of course, themselves.

"We have more accreditation and qualifications this year, and this year is the highest number of general classes ever," coach Jenny Rowland said.

"We are still building our Kindergym program too."

Hoping to have the best year yet in terms of results and numbers, Rowland has added trampoline and tumble classes to the schedule.

The ever-improving club has added four coaches to the program in what may turn out to be a breakout year for Revolution GymSports.

"We are way better than 12 months ago," Rowland said.

"We are still fundraising for a proper building too, we would like to double our space."



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