Gymnastics International we offer a competitive program designed to
develop athletes to be able to compete in Men’s Artistic Gymnastics at
Regional, Provincial, and National competitions. Gymnasts must be
tested before being accepted into the competitive program. Our men’s
coaches work with each athlete to achieve their personal goals and their
individual potential as a competitive gymnast. Our training environment
is safe and respectful of the needs of the athlete.
is an individual sport, requiring years of dedication and training. At
TGI we are also conscious of the impact camaraderie, mutual respect and
a team spirit can have on the success of a male athlete. When athletes
join our competitive program they quickly appreciate the benefits of our
club culture. We have the coaching depth to enable an athlete to stay
at TGI for their entire gymnastics career.
Interclub Levels 1-4
competitive program is ideal for the athlete who is capable and
interested in competing, but does not wish to commit to a lot of
training hours. The athlete will train skills to compete at 3 or 4
Invitational meets a year.
Athletes under 10
years of age, who demonstrate the potential for competitive gymnastics
and are willing to train more intensely, are invited to join the
pre-competitive boys group by the head coach. Training is 8 to 10 hours
a week, all year round.
Provincial Levels 1
gymnastics is divided by skill level (ability) and age. Athletes
progress through the levels as they acquire the skills to compete
safely. Training is 14 to 20 hours per week, all year round.
National Youth and
National Youth and
Open are the only two provincial levels that compete for Ontario at the
Canadian National Championships. Athletes in these levels are typically
older and compete at a very high skill level. Training is at least 20
hours per week, all year round.
High Performance and
Our coaching staff have
the experience and expertise to work with athletes with the talent and
aptitude to follow the high performance development program and compete
in the national high performance levels of Argo, Tyro, Junior and
Senior. Training is at least 20 hours per week, all year round.