Recreation MARCH BREAK CAMP
March 16-20, 2015
March Break Camp Registration Form
Limited spaces are available for our annual Recreation March Break Camp for gymnasts of all levels ages 6 and up.
Morning sessions during the week will run 9:00-12:00 and afternoons will run 12:30-3:30. Lunch supervision will be provided. You may choose to do half day or full day for the week.
Form and payment must be received to hold your child’s space, first come first served. Deadline for registration is March 6th. Please call the gym at 902 566-3935 if you have any questions.
Please note that all classes will run as usual on the weekend March 14-15. There will be NO classes on the weekend of March 21-22.
Due to weather conditions, the Island Gymnastics Academy is closed for the day (Saturday, January 31). All classes are cancelled.
Island Gymnastics Academy athletes saw plenty of success at the annual Prince Edward Classic competition held in Charlottetown over the weekend. The Academy has hosted the event for the past nineteen years. Over 400 of the region’s top gymnasts competed from fourteen Atlantic clubs.
Highlights from the women’s competition included a podium sweep by the Academy’s Argo 6 team, with Sophie Mayne taking gold, Maggie Campbell silver and Ella MacDougall bronze. Charlotte Thompson won the silver all-around medal in Argo 4, Alexa McClure took second place in Novice 7 and Reese Kelly won silver overall in Tyro 8. Selina Mahajer and Tessa McGuigan, members of PEI’s Canada Games team, took silver and bronze in the National Open category. Clare Murphy was the overall bronze medalist in Open 7 and Tanisha Tawil took bronze in Novice 6. In Tyro 6, Lauren Rafuse was second all-around and Katie Gaudet claimed the bronze. In Open 8 Natalie Haddad was the silver all-around medalist and Dara MacInnis was third.
On the men’s team, Ethan Arsenault claimed the all-around gold in Level 2 under 10. Teammate Gabriel Ing took silver. In Level 3 under 13, Baylen Jupp won silver in the all-around. In Level 1 over 12, Cameron Davis placed second overall. Seniors Scott Chandler were third and fourth all-around. Canada Games team member Alex Mann was third all-around in the Junior category.
“Our gymnasts were on the podium in virtually every category. It was a strong showing by the Academy gymnasts.” says Head Coach Jim Rand.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL COMPETITORS!!!!!
Due to weather conditions, the Island Gymnastics Academy is closed for the day (Tuesday, January 27). All classes in Charlottetown and Montague are cancelled.
Congratulations to all athletes, coaches and judges who competed this weekend at the Prince Edward Classic!!!!!
and a Special Thank You to our fantastic volunteers who make this event such a success!!!
Prince Edward Classic 2015
We are hosting 400 of the region’s top gymnasts this weekend (January 23-25) at the Delta Prince Edward. Athletes from all across Atlantic Canada will compete for a spot on their provincial teams. Athletes who qualify at this competition have the opportunity to compete later in the season at regional & national championships. Island Gymnastics Academy has hosted this competition annually for the last nineteen years.
This event is open to the public, providing Island gymnasts with the opportunity to showcase their talents for a hometown crowd. The Saturday evening session, which begins at 4:00 pm, will feature the National and Canada Games athletes and promises to be an exciting competition.
PE Classic schedule 2015
All Academy classes are cancelled Thursday evening, January 22 to Monday, January 26 inclusive.
The PEI Men’s Canada Games Team had the opportunity to attend a training camp this past weekend at the National Training Center in Montreal!!