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Sydney Gymnastic & Aquatic Centre Opens Its Doors

The two largest child participation activities in Australia are swimming and gymnastics.

In August 2013, the Sydney Gymnastic and Aquatic Centre (SGAC) brings these sports and a world class facility to children and adults throughout Sydney.

The Sydney Gymnastic and Aquatic Centre features a 4,000sqm Olympic grade gymnastics facility, two 25m swimming pools and Sydney West Sports Medicine (a specialist in sports medicine and rehabilitation). SGAC will also serve as the launch pad for the future Olympic and current world gymnastics champions as it becomes new home of the Gymnastics NSW elite program. The centre’s custom built 1,200 seat arena will cater for visiting state squads, regional and national competitions and international events.

Gymnastics NSW Chief Executive Aaron Bloomfield said: “The sheer size of the facility is like no other of its kind in New South Wales or Australia. It provides Gymnastics NSW with an unprecedented opportunity to fully develop its sport and events programs and provide the people of Sydney, NSW and Australia with a world-class gymnastics experience”.

The centre will encourage sport participation and skill development for community members of all ages and physical ability and will host a number of programs including Learn to Swim, Gym Sports catering for children from as young as 12 months – 17 years, Sport Skills to give children a competitive edge in sport and of course Competitive Gymnastics.

Sydney West Sports Medicine is set to bring together the most extensive, diverse and experienced range of elite health professionals and services for injury management, injury prevention and health promotion.

The Sydney Gymnastic and Aquatic Centre aims to provide you and your family with health and fitness opportunities for life.

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