Nia EvansHead National Rhythmic Coach
Contact Nia if…
You have a query about elite women’s rhythmic gymnastics in Wales.
What’s keeping Nia busy:
Ensuring emerging talent is identified, developed and supported.
History of gymnastics: Nia has been a gymnast since the age of 3, moving into the rhythmic discipline at the age of 10. She started coaching at the age of 16, becoming part of the national preparation squads at 18.
More about Nia: She was central to Welsh Gymnastics’ success at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow when Frankie Jones, Laura Halford and Nikara Jenkins won 8 medals between them. Nia also takes responsibility for Welsh gymnasts representing Great Britain.