Women’s Artistic

Rachel Giam - SEAGCON Junior Championships, Singapore 2010

“Artistic Gymnastics is a discipline of gymnastics which is a popular spectator sport at the Summer Olympic Games, and in numerous other competitive environments.

Competitive gymnasts perform short routines (ranging from approximately 30 to 90 seconds) on different apparatus, with less time for vaulting.  They are governed by the Federation Internationale de Gymnastique, or FIG. The FIG designs the Code of Points and regulates all aspects of international elite competition. “ – Wikipedia (03/10/2010)

Since women were not able to compete in the Olympics until 1928, Women’s Artistic has developed a long way, now being a very different discipline to that of Men’s Artistic, comprising of different apparatus.

Within individual countries, gymnastics is regulated by national federations such as Singapore Gymnastics – the National Sports Association for Gymnastics in Singapore.  Within Singapore, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics is the most established – with the highest number of particpants and clubs running classes.

WAG Squad Naming

WAG HPP Squads Singapore Gymnastics has Squads in preparation for upcoming major games in the next few years. The squads are named yearly based upon their results the previous year. 2012 Squads 2011 Squads   WAG HPP Camps  Stay tuned for more information… 

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WAG Coach

Singapore Gymnastics is working on a National Coaching Acreditation Programme for Women’s Artistic Gymnastics in Singapore – watch out for details on the Coach Education page. Below features details of research related to gymnastics, which is of great use to coaches. Sport Science in Gymnastics

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WAG Judge

  Singapore’s FIG Women’s Artistic Judges FIG Brevet Category 2: Joy Koh Yang Xiao Yun Chen Yiqing Begh   FIG Brevet Category 3: Thong Xiu Jun Fionna Lim Heem Wei Ye Li Li Elaine Ashly Lau Michelle Teo Krystal Khoo   FIG Brevet Category 4: Joy Lau Chee Nuo Tan Yuen Yuen Nur Atikah Nabilah …

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WAG NTC

Women’s Artistic (WAG) NTC is currently at MOE Evans Road. All squad members join the NTC program through selection trials only, dates for which are announced on our webpage 1 month or more in advance.  

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