The New Brunswick Gymnastics Association provides support to member clubs running various types of programs in many different gymnastics disciplines.

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General Gymnastics

General Gymnastics is the non-competitive branch of gymnastics also known as recreational gymnastics. Having fun, developing fitness, and acquiring fundamental skills are the goals of all of these programs.

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Women’s Artistic

Women’s Artistic Gymnastics is an extremely challenging sport, involving strength, power, flexibility, agility, courage, and a blend of technical precision and artistic creativity. Women’s artistic gymnastics includes the vaulting table, the uneven bars, the beam, and the floor.

Provincial Team Athlete and Coach Selection Criteria: NBGA WAG Tech Manual (2018-2019)

2019 Canada Winter Games Athlete Selection Process: NBGA CWG WAG Selection Process

Men’s Artistic

Men’s artistic gymnastics consists of 6 routines: floor exercises, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars and the horizontal bar. Floor exercises are performed on a 12×12 meter mat without musical accompaniment. Men’s routines include elements that demonstrate simultaneously strength, flexibility, and balance. Each exercise consists of movements which combine a number of elements, such as somersaults, handstands, and rotations.

Provincial Team Athlete and Coach Selection Criteria: NBGA MAG Tech Manual (2018-2019)

2019 Canada Winter Games Athlete Selection Process: NBGA CWG MAG Selection Process

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Trampoline and Tumbling

Trampoline, an Olympic discipline, symbolizes freedom, flying and space. Multiple somersaults and twists are performed at a height of 8 meters and require precise technique and perfect body control. The Trampoline is also used as a basic training device for all sports that contain acrobatic elements.

Provincial Team Athlete and Coach Selection Criteria: NBGA TG Tech Manual (2018-2019)

2019 Canada Winter Games Athlete Selection Process: NBGA CWG TG Selection Process