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If you could beat your personal best...

Would You?

If you could defy the laws of gravity...

Would You?

If you could grow, learn and play in a whole new way...

Would You?

Then East York Gym is the place for you!

Girls Competitive Programs

East York Women’s Competitive Program consists of gymnasts age 8 yrs + that have exceptional physical ability.  We offer teams that compete within the Canadian Developmental Program (CDP), Ontario Competitive Program (OCP) and some that participate at the High-Performance elite levels.  Our teams are amongst the best in Ontario and Canada, qualifying athletes to prestigious competitions provincially, nationally, and internationally.  Our teams are led by a team of coaches who are minimum of Comp 2 certified with robust backgrounds and many years of positive coaching expertise.  Selection is by invitation only.  Contact the gym for details.

EYGC’s Compulsory Gymnastics Teams follow the Gymnastics Ontario OCP program.  This program is standardized throughout the province and requires compulsory routines that emphasize strong foundational skills and body shapes.  Our teams train approximately 12 hrs per week and participate in invitational competitions, provincial qualifiers and Ontario Championships.

EYGC’s Optional Gymnastics Teams follow Gymnastics Canada’s CDP program.  Athletes participate in invitational competitions, provincial qualifiers, and Ontario Championships with the potential to earn positions for the Ontario Tour, Eastern Canadian Championships, and Canadian Championships.  Routines are individually designed on all 4 apparatus to cater to each gymnast’s unique qualities and needs.  Gymnasts train approximately 16 – 25 hrs per week.

EYGC’s high-performance (HP) athletes participate in Gymnastics Canada’s HP program.  To be granted high-performance status, a gymnast must place amongst the top 24-32 elite athletes in Canada in the Novice (11-13yrs), Junior (14-15 yrs) or Senior (16 yrs +) categories.  Over the years, many of our HP athletes have also been named to the Canadian National Team, been on medal winning International competitive teams such as Pan American Games, Commonwealth Games, World Cups, World Championships, and first reserve to the Olympic Games.  HP athletes will train a minimum of 25 hrs per week.