The 8th annual Atlantis Crown Invitational came to our beautiful island shores once again on the weekend of December 14-16, 2018. Hosted by Branch Gymnastics, the gymnastics meet was held at the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island in the Imperial Ballroom.
Coach Muffy Deal was thrilled about hosting these children, who otherwise have little opportunity for fun, recreational activity with their peers. She said "seeing the smiles on their faces makes it all worthwhile."
NASSAU Gymnastics has had a very active and impressive 2016-2017 international competition season, which ended in their participation in the Cat’s Beach Blast Invitational held in Wellington, Florida in the month of April.
Led by Level 8 gymnast Sydney Wells, a 16 member team from Nassau Nastics will travel to Orlando, Florida this weekend, to take part in the Presidential Gymnastics Classic. The four day event which is sanctioned by USA Gymnastics will accommodate hundreds of young gymnasts at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando. The meet starts on Friday and ends on Monday.
SIMONE Hall, of the Nassau Gymnastics Club, has been training in New Jersey, US, since early January in preparation for the 2015 Pan American Games. It is the first time a Bahamian gymnast has been represented at the prestigious competition.
14 year-old Leah Rodgers of Nassau ‘Nastics practices her floor routine. Rodgers is the only Bahamian athlete competing in the Leprechaun Classics, set for the St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Orlando, Florida.