Gym Superstar Award
Our Coaching team will be selecting an award winner every few weeks, who has gone above and beyond normal training / gym work.
Award winners will be selected from the following groups
Mon/Wed/Fri Development Squads,
Tue/Thur Women's Artistic Squad,
Boys Artistic/Development Squad
Someone specific eg Coach/Volunteer/Gymnast.
Our Superstars so far are.....
Lockdown Zoom awards
For perseverance, enthusiasm, working hard and learning new skills during Lockdown..... WELL DONE EVERYONE!
Jasmine Lastowecky, Eloise Davies, Natalie Davies, Jessica Lillis, Bonnie Cambray, Holly Bryning, Isabelle Herbert, Brooke Roberts, Logan Fowles, Dylan Mesala, Raymond Chesworth, Orlaith Cunningham, Rebekah Reeves, Chloe Ellis, Millie Seymore, Violet Bigmore, Elin Pears, Grace Sweeney, Millie Gunn, Olivia McKenna, Flo McBride-Stewart, James BcBride-Stewart, Charlie Oakes
Jessica always helps new members of the class and makes a point of ensuring another gymnast with additional needs, understands what they are doing on each piece.
Natalie took hold of another gymnasts hand and helped them to find their way around the gym by playing mother hen.
Rebekah has been nominated by another gymnast for being very friendly and helpful when she was new to the group
Jessica helped the younger gymnasts to sanitise their hands at the end of their sessions and always makes sure that they are happy.
Eloise always comes in with a big smile on her face and tries her best. She works hard and helps other members in the group.
Grace always arrives in a positive frame of mind. She works hard and always tries her best. She is always very helpful, offering coaches assistance to move equipment and helping younger gymnasts without being asked. She is a great role model.
Heather has been so supportive of the gymnasts this year, from working outside at our Marbury sessions, to encouraging our gymnasts and making sure they all felt comfortable on returning to a very different gym set up.
Even when some of Syd's group weren't in for training leaving him on his own on certain pieces of apparatus, he still worked hard and focused throughout the session, improving some of his basic skills.
A new skill breakdown, bridge kick over on the floor then before we knew it, Emily had progressed to a full Backward Walkover. She had worked so hard to achieve each progression, we're so proud of her.
Eleanor moved from 4 piece gymnastics into the Display Team and always comes to every training session with lots of positivity and enthusiasm. In her free time, she helps the other Display girls to get up to speed with anything they have missed in the new routine.
Since the start of Lockdown, Steph has supported the club and now back in the gym, no job is too much trouble. She always makes sure our gymnasts are enjoying their sessions.
Hollie has been full of Enthusiasm since we returned to gym. She always smiles in the gym and makes sure that she counts for everyone during hand-washing in between apparatus.
April has been working with a wide variety of groups lately, but has always ensured that the children working with her have fun whilst they are learning new things or improving existing skills.
On Alex's first session back after Lockdown, she was asked to try chin ups on bars and managed 5 amazing ones which went right above the bar level. She said she had been practising during Lockdown as before she was only able to achieve 2.
Our first week back in the gym after Lockdown, and Darla ensured all of the children she worked with were happy and comfortable on every piece of apparatus. At the end of each session she got straight into cleaning our equipment ready for the next groups.