The 2018 World Age Gymnastics Championships wrapped up today with Australia winning its first medal since 2002.
A bronze medal to the 12-18 Woman’s Pair – Daisy Puckeridge and Katie Rose – was a fantastic result, and while not from SXL, our girls where thrilled that the girls with whom they compete at State and National Championships showed what Australia is capable of on the world stage. Continue reading Australia on the medal dais
Day six was ‘bitter sweet’ for our SXL competitors with Antonia & Nicole unable to compete, but Katie, Francis and Alex finishing on a high in the 12-18 Woman’s Groups division.
Our SXL trio put together a stellar balance routine with the drama, passion and sass that we have come to expect!
Antonia’s ankle has not recovered and so she and Nicole are watching from the stands. Their voices were louder than most and they can be more than satisfied that the Australian pair they have challenged all season was able to finish in first place – a seriously big deal – and will compete in the finals today! Go Australia! Continue reading Bitter sweet
We Australian’s have become very popular here in Antwerp. The locals have credited us with bringing some magnificent Spring weather. And on this warm and sunny Sunday both SXL 12-18 teams performing in the Acrobatic World Age Championships made us very proud.
Continue reading Proud of our girls
Our Women’s 11-16 women’s pair have completed the competition finishing at nail biting 19th place in the world. Shennei and Stella executed clean sharp balance and dynamic routines and did Australia proud. Continue reading Wrap up of SXL’s WP 11 – 16 (Shennei & Stella)
Our first team of 11-16’s has finally arrived in Antwerp after a long flight on Good Friday. There was much excitement to meet up with the rest of the Aussie contingent at Sydney and Dubai airports.
First on the itinerary was a very important meeting with the Easter Bunny and Easter egg hunt, and then it was straight into training.
We can’t for the rest of our team to arrive. Bring on the games!
Continue reading First SXL Team Arrives At World Championships