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KW Gymnastics located in the community of Victoria Hills, is a not for profit organization that was established in 1965 and has been servicing the community for close to 50 years. Our mission is to provide enhanced opportunities for all gymnasts to reach their maximum potential through innovative and quality programs.
We continue to grow and currently have a number of positions available.

For position details and how to apply please follow the links below!
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- Women's Artistic Program Director & Head Coach


50 Years and Still Young
Kitchener-Waterloo’s Oldest Gymnastics Club celebrates 50th Anniversary

Kitchener-Waterloo Gymnastic Club celebrates its 50th year of operation with celebration events running September to November; seeking alumni and memorabilia

May 12, 2015 Kitchener, ON – Kitchener-Waterloo Gymnastics Club is looking for alumni of KW Gymnastics from the past 50 years, along with memorabilia to display at its various 50th anniversary events to be held between September and November 2015.

Pleases click here for more details.

What's New


Gymnasts ready to push their limits


Tyler Yee and Nathanael Gilroy-Wells have been at the KW Gymnastics Club since they were both four.

Yee, now 11, was put into the gym by his mother because he had a habit of climbing on anything he could get his hands on.

Gilroy-Wells, 13, started out with a friend from his neighbourhood and continued with the sport even though his comrade quit early.

Now Yee and Gilroy-Wells will share another mutual destination — the University of Calgary International Cup later this month.

Both qualified to represent Team Ontario in Calgary for the March 26-29 competition with their results at the men's artistic gymnastics Second Ontario Cup in Muskoka last month.

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KW Gymnastics lands 19 medals at provincial qualifier


The KW Gymnastics Club brought home 19 medals from a men's artistic gymnastics provincial qualifier in Burlington on the weekend.

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KW Gymnastics setting the trend with new concussion protocol


https://ivrnethosting.com/kwgym/clientuploads/SHIFT documents/1Shiftlogovert-1.png December 9th, 2014– Kitchener Waterloo Gymnastics is taking the next big step in protecting their athletes by partnering with Shift Concussion Management to help develop their overall concussion management protocols.

 

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Another successful meet for the KW Gymnastics Club Women’s Artistic Gymnastics team


Another successful meet for the KW Gymnastics Club Women’s Artistic Gymnastics team The Base Borden Boot Camp Invitational Meet, hosted at Base Borden this past weekend, May 23 – 25 saw over 75 podium finishes from the KW Gymnastics Club Women’s team. The team achieved 33 first-place finishes with 8 all-around category champions. This is the 4th meet in a row this season where the Club has led the competition within its Read More...

KW Gymnastics dominated at Canada’s largest invitation gymnastics competition bringing home a total of 65 medals


A team of 26 gymnasts from KW Gymnastics Club in Kitchener competed this weekend at the 2014 Burlington Spring Cup, Canada's largest invitational gymnastics competition with over 1,500 athletes and coaches. The Club dominated among the various competitive levels it represented this weekend, bringing home a total of 65 first, second and third place medals, with 7 all-around category champions. This is the third meet in a row this season where the Club has led the competition within its categories and age groups. 

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Judge wins gold at Eastern Canadian championships


Graeme Judge's strong season in gymnastics continued on the weekend with a gold medal at the Eastern Canadian championships.

The KW Gymnastics Club athlete finished first in the pommel horse at the competition in Oshawa. He also was fifth on rings and seventh on vault, and finished eighth overall.

Teammate Jack Carere was fifth on vault and seventh on floor, and finished eleventh overall.

Judge and Carere also received bronze medals as members of the third-place Ontario team in the team competition.

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KW gymnasts win six all-around firsts


Six gymnasts from the KW Gymnastics Club were all-around winners at the Milton Springer Challenge Invitational meet last weekend.

Wynne Allen, competing in the Level 6, age 10 division, and Nyla Moua, Level 4, age nine, were clean sweeps with firsts in vault, bars, beam, floor and all-around.

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