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WHO WE ARE

ESTABLISHED IN 1988

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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 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.

Placement within the NSW HPC is by invitation only with all athletes being put through an initial assessment for their suitability for the program. The NSW HPC offers a program catered towards every phase of an athlete's development from Junior Development Squads, Junior International Squad as well as the Senior Squad program. Assessments can be requested by coaches, families or athletes directly or by an invitation from one of our talent identification initiatives. If a placement is offered within the NSW HPC, all athletes train at the programs hub located within the state of the art Sydney Gymnastics and Aquatic Centre in Rooty Hill, Western Sydney.

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

CREATING OUR OWN FUTURE

The NSW HPC Junior Development Squad is a talent identification (TID) initiative implemented by The NSW HPC to identify boys with early indications of having physical attributes suitable for gymnastics and high performance development. Working together with our partner TID schools and clubs we look for boys between 6 - 9 years of age and introduce them into a targeted training environment that is fun and nurturing and that is leading towards the development of fundamental prerequisites for a high performance pathway.  

6 - 8 YEAR OLDS

Start developing strength, flexibility, balance, body shaping, artistry and aerial awareness then progress into basic skill development on all 6 Olympic apparatus. Testing and in-house competition keep athletes striving to improve.

8 - 10 YEAR OLDS

Work on developing more specific strength and improving the quality of fundamental skills by repetition and correction. Development with good technique. These athletes prepare for targeted competitions.

 

10 - 13 YEAR OLDS

Athletes moving into this age range are our future Junior International and Senior International gymnasts, as training is intensive and expectation of great work ethic is essential. These athletes develop more difficult skills, sequences and routines in preparation for future National competitions and moving into Junior International Squad. 

PREMIER TRAINING FACILITY

SQUAD GYMNASTICS

WHAT DO YOU ALREADY KNOW?

You are completely new to gymnastics and would like to know what gymnastics is all about.

You know a little bit about gymnastics but would like to know what is involved with competitive gymnastics

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