Women's Artistic Gymnastics

Women's Artistic Gymnastics

Women's Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) began gaining popularity in the 1970s due to the performances of stars like Olga Korbut of the USSR and Nadia Comaneci of Romania at the 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games respectively.  Their performances at the games captivated the hearts of many and inspired many young aspiring gymnasts to dare to dream. 

Women's Artistic Gymnastics requires agility, amplitude, coordination, courage, flexibility, power, strength, and a combination of artistry and technical precision. Gymnast(s) perform their exercise on four apparatus - Vault, Uneven Bars, Balance Beam and Floor Exercise. 

To date, Women's Artistic Gymnastics remains one of the most popular sport to watch at the Olympic Games. 

For more information on the National Programme, please contact art-prm@singaporegymnastics.org.sg.

Accredited Judge

WAG National Programme