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Mid Term Schedule:

NO ADULT CLASS - next week Nov. 6th
There is adult class this Thursday, Oct. 30th

There IS Play Gym on Monday, Nov. 3rd and Wednesday Nov. 5th
9:30am - 11:30am age newborn - 4 years in St. Davids
No need to register - just drop in and play! $5

Recreational Classes:

If you have a Tuesday or Thursday class, you DO have class next week (Nov. 4th and 6th...these are makeup classes for Nov. 11th and Thanksgiving, when the gym is closed)
If you have a Monday, Wednesday, Friday, or Saturday class, you DO NOT have class next week. 
Normal class schedule resumes Monday, November 10th. 

Be sure to come to our home meet on Saturday, November 8th! The 4th Annual International Gymnastics Challenge! All currently enrolled students have free admission with a paying adult!



Registration for the January term will begin on Monday, Nov. 24th for currently enrolled students, and Monday, Dec. 1st for new students or class changes.

We are still accepting fall registrations in some classes. Call 295-0589 or email bdagymnastics@northrock.bm for assistance.

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Click the recreation tab for term dates!!


Play Gym (newborn - 4 years) Mondays+Wednesdays 9:30-11:30am $5/hour @ St. Davids
Adult Gymnastics (age 16+) Thursdays 7:30-9pm $15/person @ St. Davids




The BGA is proud to announce that last night the Bermuda Copper level team won the 1st place team banner in the 2014 USAIGC World Championship Copper medium team division. 
Photo attached is of Mya Furbert-Jacobs, Rhianna Evelyn, and Kayode George with their coach Molly Newbury. Missing from the photo are Naomi Proctor, Cimbryt Smith, and Laura Hupman, who competed in earlier sessions but whose scores counted towards the victory.



International Gymnastics Challenge!!

November 7th-9th, 2014

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Congratulations to Bermuda National Team Members
Danielle Wall and Clara James!!
They both competed at Jr. Pan American Championships on
March 25-27th in Aracaju, Brazil.

Danielle finished 35th and Clara finished 38th respectively.
The top gymnasts from North, Central and South American countries age 13-15 competed in the prestigious event!

Bermuda Gymnastics would like to thank Endurance for thier generous support of Team Bermuda at this event!

For full coverage of the competition click the links below:

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International Gymnastics Challenge

Athletes in the News!!


Bermuda Gymnastics Association


that we

have been accepted into the USA Gymnastics Global

Ambassador Program, an initiative to assist up and coming

gymnastics programs around the world reach a higher level

of international success.

As part of this program Bermuda recently hosted

Marvin Sharp
who has  coached many elite USA gymnasts,

including Beijing Olympic medallist

Bridget Sloan.

(click here for Royal Gazette article)


Bermuda also hosted Russell Warfield

who has danced professionally, and has also been a gymnast.

Russell has appeared on Broadway in the musical Cats.

Russell works with the USA National Team on a regular basis.

One of his most famous students, Shawn Johnson

 performed Russell's choreography in the 2008 Olympics.


To both coaches for your outstanding education!

Congratulations to our gymnasts who have been

recognized as C-Level athletes!

Gabby Vincent
Sydney Mason
Zantae Dill
Sadia Wilson
Clara James
Dani Wall

These athletes are recognized as Bermuda's elite level gymnasts and are supported by the Bermuda Olympic Association!


Congratulations to Bermuda Gymnastics!!

From left to right:  Tomei Talbot, Kinae Dowling, Premier Craig Cannonier, Diamond Dill, Gianna Webbe, Jazmine Simons, Chantae Wilson, Anah Lightbourne and Trinity Wilson 


International Gymnastics Challenge


Athletes, coaches, parents and volunteers partied the night away at Grotta Bay Resort in celebration of a successful, fun and friendly weekend of competition.

Duke Nelligan, our Head Coach, says a few words before cutting the cake

Traditional Gombey Dancers entertain the crowd!

Coach Oliver participating in the Minute to Win it Challenge!

Everyone was in on the party!