About Women’s Artistic
Women’s artistic is a beautiful type of gymnastics to be involved in, whether you’re an experienced performer or taking your first steps in the sport. You get to discover four separate apparatus, each one requiring a routine full of elegant moves that show off your strength, skill and control. Whatever your age and ability level, it’s easy to get started in women’s artistic gymnastics.
As you’re starting out, you’ll learn core skills and the basics of the four activities (the vault, the uneven bars, the beam and the floor). You’ll slowly build your strength and skill until you can perform some seriously breath-taking moves. If you want, you can even enter the competitions for your age group.
Ready to become a women’s artistic gymnast? All our clubs provide a safe, friendly environment with professional coaches to help you learn. Gymnastics can be adapted to be inclusive for everyone, regardless of your ability. Find your nearest venue offering women’s artistic gymnastics club.
The Women’s Artistic Technical Panel are:
Competition Lead: Sam Elliott
Judging Lead: Sarah Twose
Discipline Representative: Carol Sargeant
National Coach: Tracey Skirton-Davies
Staff Lead: Elle Langham-Walsh
Contact them on: firstname.lastname@example.org