​Tumble Bugs:

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This class is for those children that are 2 and 3 years old.  It is 45 minutes long and also parented.  Kids have fun exploring the equipment, playing games and learning basic landings, hangs, rolls and springs.  This class is once a week and you choose which class you would like unless the class is already full.

Kindergym:

​This class is for children that are 4 and 5 years old.  It is an hour long program.  Parents no longer participate in this class.  Kids have fun exploring the equipment, playing games, learning basic landings, hangs, rolls and springs all on their own.  This class is once a week and you choose which class you would like unless the class is already full.


Rec Trampoline and Tumbling:

Gymnasts will work on floor skills for half the time and trampoline skills for the other half.  On the floor, they will progress from rolls to handsprings.  On the trampoline, they will learn knee, seat, front and back drops, twists, tuck, straddle and pike jumps, and combinations involving these.  This class is once a week and you choose which class you would like unless the class is already full.


CanGym Badge #1 - Burgundy:

​This is for those gymnasts that are 6 years old and up.  It is an hour long class.  The gymnasts learn beginner skills in order to earn a badge to the next level.  They practice these skills on the four events:  Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills that they learn are:  landing, rolls, jumps, walks and hangs.  Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills.





​​CanGym Badge #2 - Red:

​This class if for gymnasts that have completed the previous burgundy badge.  This class is an hour long.  They practice these skills on the four events:  Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills they learn are:  landing, rolls, jumps, tripod stands, cartwheels, walks and hangs.  Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills.








​CanGym Badge #3 - Tan:

​This class is for those gymnasts that  have completed the previous red badge.  This class is an  hour long.  They practice these skills on the four events: Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills they learn are: landing, rolls, headstands, cartwheels, handstands, casts and swings. Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills. 








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​CanGym Badge #4 - Bronze:

​This class is for those gymnasts that have completed the previous tan badge.  This class is an hour and a half long.  They practice these skills on the four events: Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills they learn are:  rolls, headstands, cartwheels, handstands, casts, pullovers and underswings.  Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills.








​​CanGym Badge #5 - Purple:

​This Class is for those gymnasts that have completed the previous bronze badge.  This class is an hour and a half long.  They practice these skills on the four events: Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills they learn are:  handstands, dive rolls, roundoffs, prone falls and casts.  Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills.







CanGym Badge #6 - Blue:

​This is for those gymnasts that have completed the previous purple badge.  This class is an hour and a half long.  They practice these skills on the four events: Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills they learn are:  roundoffs, leaps, roundoff dismounts, straddle underswings, swings and back hip circles.  Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills.








​​CanGym Badge #7 - Turquoise:

​This is for those gymnasts that have completed the prvious blue badge.  This is class is an hour and a half long.  They practice these skills on the four events: Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam.  Some of the skills  they learn are:  leaps, roundoffs, dive rolls, handstands, swings and handspring vaults.  Click on the link below to see the complete list of skills. 




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Junior Olympic (JO) Program (replaces competitive programs):

​As of July 1, 2015 Gymnastics Canada has adopted the JO Program developed in the USA for use in the Provinces and Territories. The Junior Olympic program was developed with the belief that all athletes, regardless of their potential, must have a solid foundation of basic skills in order to advance safely. The program allows each gymnast to advance at her own pace. The Canadian Junior Olympic Program (CJO) has some modifications that are not in use in the USA or in other countries who have similarly adopted this program. These modifications are to assist our coaches and athletes in making the transition to JO from the previous national stream and provincial programs that have been in place in Canada. The rules of the JO program are otherwise being implemented in their entirety.
At WGC, our objective is to have our athletes work on perfecting the routines for the level they are ready to compete in, as well as working toward the skills required for the next level, with a focus on quality gymnastics, precision and form.
The JO program includes 10 progressive levels. The level each athlete will compete will be determined based on their ability to complete the skills in said level, with confidence, safety, quality and consistency in mind.  Athletes must attend tryouts and be invited to join the team. 

Junior Olympic Levels 1 - 4 (Sep to April)
These levels include compulsory routines on each event, similar to the previous GymCat program. These athletes will have opportunities to compete at invitationals during the competitive season. Athletes in Levels 3 and 4 will also have the opportunity to qualify to compete at Provincial Championships.

Junior Olympic Levels 5-10 (Sep to Jun)
These levels include progressive requirements that are used to construct individual routines on each event. Athletes in levels 5 to 10 will compete at invitational competitions, and will be eligible to qualify for Provincial Championships. Athletes in levels 8 to 10 will be eligible to qualify for Western Canadian Championships, and athletes in Level 10 (as well as level 9 age eligible) are eligible to qualify for Canadian National Championships.

Developmental Group (Sep to Jun)
This group is by invitation only.  Parents and coaches may request that a child be evaluated for this group as well.  Designed to train girls 6 - 9 years of age without the pressure of competition for one full year.  Athletes will be assessed at the end of development period and placed at the appropriate level in the JO program.

PreJO program (Sep to Apr)​​​​
This group is by invitation or evaluation at parental/coach request.  The group will be made up of girls aged 5 - 6 who are no longer challenged by the Kindergym program, however are too young for the JO or Developmental programs.  This new group will challenge these young gymnasts to learn new skills, increase strength and flexibility with the goal to transition into the Developmental or JO groups once they are old enough to do so.

Boys gym & Tumbling​​​ (Sep to Mar)
If there is sufficient interest, there will be a boys group created that will run from Sep to Mar.  To be eligible for this group, boys need to be born in 200  ​


​​CHEER PROGRAMS

​​Rec Cheer (12 week classes)
The Rec Cheer class is a great way to learn what cheer is all about without having to travel for competition. Athletes will begin by learning all the components that comprise cheerleading - motions, jumps, tumbling, and stunting. This class is suitable for girls and boys ages 5 - 11. All ability levels are welcome, and coaches work to adjust activities based on ability of the athletes.


Airbourne Cheerleading All Stars (Competitive) Youth Prep Level 1 (Sept to Mar)
Competitive Cheerleading combines motions, jumps, tumbling, and stunting in a fast - paced routine. Athletes will train two days a week. Regular attendance is a necessity, as cheerleading requires all members of the team in order to stunt. The program runs from September until the end of March/beginning of April. In addition to the monthly tuition, athletes will be required to purchase a uniform, cheer shoes, competition bow, and possibly a track suit and practice gear (this will be discussed at the parent meeting in September). Athletes ages 6-11 are eligible for this team.

The Youth Prep Level 1 Competitive Team will compete in Saskatchewan (Regina on February 4 , Regina on March 18 and Weyburn on March 25th). There will also be a Cheer Showcase on March 26th (confirmed), and a banquet for athletes on March 24 (tentative) in Weyburn. The Competitive team requires a high level of commitment and all athletes must be in attendance for competition, so if any of these dates are a conflict for you/your kids, then the rec program might be a better fit.