THE NSW HPC
The GNSW Men's High Performance Centre (NSW HPC) is a high performance program dedicated to developing international elite gymnasts. Set up by Gymnastics NSW (GNSW) and supported by The NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS), Sydney Gymnastics Centre (SGAC) and Gymnastics Australia (GA), it is designed and operated specifically for men's gymnastics. Our objectives are to identify and develop gymnasts through the high performance pathway with athletes coming from across New South Wales for intensive training under an expert team of coaches anywhere from 4 - 30 hours per week.
The NSW HPC has a dedicated team of coaches who are driven and passionate about gymnastics . Leaders in their field, the team have produced athletes that have reached the pinnacle of the sport and, whom between them have had over 20 National Champions, National Team members and athletes who have been selected for Commonwealth Games and World Championships teams. The team aim to provide a motivating environment that will encourage athletes to reach their goals.
Development - Level 6
Levels 7 - 8
Levels 9 - Senior
BEYOND 2024 DEVELOPMENT
A talent identification program, the Beyond 2024 Development squads are a development program focusing on the prerequisites for men's gymnastics. Focusing on the 6 - 10 year age group, it incorporates positive training to increase movement, aerial awareness, strength and flexibility as well as skill acquisition. This program sets the foundations for your child's future in any sport.
4 - 18 Hours per week
2 - 6 Training sessions per week
The Junior Emerging Squad is a program focuses on levels 7 under 13 through to level 8 under 14. The programs goal is to maximise the opportunities for strength, speed and power development during this growth phase and to increase skill acquisition appropriate for elite gymnastics.
16 - 24 Hours per week
5 - 9 Training sessions per week
EMERGING AND SENIOR SQUADS
The Emerging and Senior squads working closely together and focus on a Junior and Senior International program. This is a demanding program with a targeted training environment to give all athletes the opportunity to reach their potential and to strive towards excellence.
24 - 30 Hours per week
6 - 9 Training sessions per week
You can get to the SGAC by car (via the M4 or M2/M7) and public transport with Rooty Hill or Mt Druitt train stations located a 10 minute walk away.
Sydney Gymnastics and Aquatic Centre,
33 Railway Street,
(02) 9851 5870