Recreational Gymnastics Australia (RGA) has launched a new competitive opportunity for participants who are looking to gradually move from a recreational gymnastics program to a competitive environment.  

The Futures League has been structured to fit within the coaching framework and skills matrix of RGA and will be open to all gymnastics providers and members, regardless of affiliation.

Belgravia Group Chairman, Geoff Lord said the League would soften the transition from recreational to competitive participation, giving gymnasts a first taste of the competitive arena in a fun, supportive and non-threatening environment.

“This will work as a great feeder to higher level competitive gymnastics. In the past, it could be quite an abrupt jump for a gymnast to move from recreation to competitive, and we really hope to smooth out that transition because it means more students are likely to stay with the sport. 

“The Futures League effectively helps create a pathway through the sport by bridging the gap between recreational gymnastics and competitive gymnastics. 

 “Everyone has the opportunity to compete and children are rewarded for their participation. It’s positive, it’s fun and it’s inclusive.”  

The competition matrix for the Futures League has been designed to fit seamlessly into the Australian Gymnastics Competition and other gymnastics association competition structures. 

Futures League will be rolled out across VIC, NSW, QLD and WA over the next 12 months, with the first competitions being trialed at venues around Melbourne in 2023.

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