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GymFusion

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What is GymFusion?

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ymFusion is British Gymnastics National Festivals Programme. Since the launch in 2011, GymFusion has seen over 3000 performers take part in the non-competitive, show style festivals. 10 events are set to take place across England and Northern Ireland and will include exciting and creative performances from all ages, abilities and disciplines of gymnastics, guaranteed to wow the audience.

Encompassing the ethos of Gymnastics for All, GymFusion isn't a competition but a collaboration and aims to give participants the opportunity to display their skills and talents as a team in a fun and friendly environment.

Through performing together GymFusion shows the diverse nature of gymnastics in a way that no other event can. It brings together the gymnastics community, encourages performance and values all disciplines.

How to get involved in 2016

Introducing 'Carnival'

British Gymnastics is delighted to announce the theme for GymFusion 2016 is Carnivals. Whether you go for the Rio samba style colour and flair, or the bustle and excitement of a circus carnival, any style is bound to bring pazazz, life and vitality to the event. You can't fail to want to join the party gymnastics style! It's time to get creative and decide what this theme might mean to you...

The 2016 Carnival dates are listed below.

As entries open you will be able to select the event name, this will link you to the specific event page. The Gymfusion Handbook is located under Technical Information, Competition Handbook. More details will follow shortly but in the meantime please contact danielle.crowe@british-gymnastics.org for more information. Remember to look out for spectator tickets which will go on sale nearer the time.

 

28th February – North West - The Lowry Theatre, Manchester (Entries closed)

5th March - The Millennium Forum, Londonderry (Entries closed)

14th May - London Region (Entries closed)

2nd July – Yorkshire - The Barbican, York (Entries open)

23rd October - Midlands Region - Regent Theatre, Stoke

20th November - South Region - Guildhall, Portsmouth

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