Byw’n Iach Centres Gymnastic Competition
This year our gymnastic competition was held in Byw’n Iach Arfon, Caernarfon. 137 children took part in the competition from seven different centres. Our competition is always catching the attention of children wanting to develop their gymnastic skills. It was a very successful year with the most boys competing for the first time ever.
The point of the competition is for individuals to show what they have learned in the classes. As a part of the competition, the children had to show a routine following with a jump off the box. Then the older children will compete by demonstrating two routines and two jumps off the box. Like every year, the level of the competition was very high.
Like every other competition there is a prize. There are two trophies for the highest score by a boy and a girl. The winners for the boys this year were coequal, with Zac Grant from Glaslyn, Porthmadog and Elis Williams from Glan Wnion, Dolgellau both scoring 91%, and Nansi Jones from Plas Silyn, Penygroes with a score of 92.5%. Everyone came out of the competition smiling with their certificate of achievement.
Every year, there are two shields for the winners. One for the winning centre, which was Glan Winion, Dolgellau, and another shield for the John Pike award for the best score from children. This year the shield went to Nansi Jones from Plas Silyn, Penygroes.
Our classes at Byw’n Iach follow the ‘A-Z’ path from Wales Gymnastics for the children to receive the essential skills for different groups and classes for the children to experience our high achieving classes at their best. 7 of our centres provide gymnastic lessons from a high standard, and enough spaces to welcome new members.
Our classes will start September 2019, but we welcome anyone any time of the year. For more information about our classes and different levels follow the link on the bottom of the page, or contact David Morris our Gymnastics Co-ordinator for a casual chat and any enquiries on email@example.com
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