New Coach glad to be back on the floor

Unusual circumstances meant the the the EBOP Gymnastics new coach really only got to know her gymnasts via Zoom.................

COVID-19 update

Hi Everyone It is with great sadness that due to government announcement all classes are immediately cancelled until further notice. This is disappointing but would rather have everyone safe and well. We sincerely hope everyone is safe, healthy and happy. Please ensure you look after each other. Although shut for now we are still in the planning for next term so hope that you will support t

40 Yrs of Service

Eastern Bay gymnastics coach rewarded for dedication. Ask anyone and they will tell youthat 40 yrs at one place is a long time - Lynne Pask isn't fazed......................................

Flippin' fantastic

EBOP Gymnastics Club athletes competed in the Midland Championships in Hamilton last weekend, earning some good results.................

Primary School Competitiom

SEVENTH Day Adventist School were the champions at the EBOP Primary Schools Gymnastics Competition last Friday. The school’s gymnastics team were awarded the Rosalind Marshall Memorial Top School Trophy at the competition, which drew 368 entrants from 18 schools. The winners were closely followed by St Joseph’s Catholic School (Whakatane), Awakeri and Allandale schools. Operations man

Secondary School Gymnasts

NINE Eastern Bay students competed in the Secondary Schools Gymnastics, Trampoline and Tumbling Championships in Rotorua last week. Kayla Forsyth, Caitlin Berquist, Alice Blakeway, Sarah McLay and JeanDaniel Rosset from Whakatane High School; Emily Hart, Rebecca Whitaker and Alex Robbie from Trident High School; as well as Brooklyn Earp from Opotiki College competed. Results – trampoline B-

Tough field for young gymnasts

Whakatane gymnasts had a tough competition at the Mid-Island Gymnastics Club in Rotorua last weekend, but still managed several top-10 placings............

New coach tumbles in for gymnastics club

Patience has paid off for EBOP Gymnastics Club, which had landed itself a star new coach...........

Young gymnasts shine

EBOP Gymnastics Club athletes earned plenty of top-three placings at their second competition of the season, held in Taupo over the weekend.......

Podium places for Whakatane gymnasts

Two Whakatane gymnasts earned medals at the New Zealand Gymnastics Chamionships in Tauranga last week..........

Holiday Action

THERE is no denying the popularity of the Eastern Bay Gymnastics Club holiday programme. The club is running the holiday programme on week days for both weeks of the school holidays – with every session full. Participants take part in games, team challenges as well as relays.....

Nationals in sight

Two Whakatane Gymnasts are feeling relaxed about next week's New Zealand Gymnastics Championships........

Primary School Competition

AWAKERI school regained the Rosalind Marshall Memorial Top School trophy at the Eastern Bay Primary School Gymnastics Competition on Friday. Awakeri won the trophy in 2016 before Apanui claimed last year’s trophy. On Friday 231 young gymnasts competed on various apparatus for the annual event at the Eastern Bay Gymnastics Club in Whakatane.......

Gymnasts Jump to comps

EASTERN Bay Gymnastics Club members competed in a regional secondary school competition in Rotorua last week. The contingent included competitors from Whakatane and Trident high schools as well as Opotiki College.

Aussie Nationals

Dylan places 4th on Vault in Level 8 .....

Gymnast takes on Aussies

DYLAN Biggs is on the right path to the top level. The 17-year-old gymnast is part of the New Zealand team to compete in the Australian Gymnastics Championships next month. He will be a part of the level eight team for the competition. He said it was important to focus on your own thing when competing at the top level. Dylan said the event would be his biggest so far. “You are in a team, bu


THE Eastern Bay Gymnastics Club held its spring competition on Saturday. Pictured is Eastern Bay competitor Sophie Growden performing her floor routine. The event included 100 gymnasts as well as Eastern Bay gymnasts, with competitors from Gisborne, Waitara, Napier, Tauranga and Te Puke clubs..............

Flix 'n' Trix

EIGHTY gymnasts from EBOP and Opotiki Gymnastics clubs had great fun showing off their skills at the annual Flix N Trix competition recently. The competition is held at EBOP Gymanstics Club every year and is a chance for the recreational (non-competitive) gymnasts to have fun, participate and show families and friends what they have learned........