Gymnastics Queensland can not wait to see our athletes ‘Bounce Back’ into the sport they love at one of our 125 affiliated clubs across Queensland. 

Read on to find out what bouncing back looks like for our sport in Queensland.

Gymnastics Queensland Welcomes Release of Roadmap to Easing Restrictions

Gymnastics Queensland (GQ) has welcomed the release of the Queensland Government’s roadmap to easing restrictions and the return to indoor community sport in stage 2 of the plan, from 12th June, 2020, for gatherings of up to 20 people and for gatherings of up to 100 people from 10th July. 

“GQ welcomes the Queensland Governments release of the roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions and will continue to work with state government, clubs, Gymnastics Australia and all stakeholders to ensure a safe return of gymnastics in Queensland” New GQ CEO, Chris Rushton said. 

“GQ has begun developing guidelines for the safe return of the sport and will remain in discussions with the state government and clubs on the further development of these guidelines and the implementation of measures to ensure a safe return.”

“While we understand that our members across Queensland are keen to get back into the gym, we have to remember that the health and well being of all members of the Gymnastics community and wider public must come first and this means we need to adequately prepare and work closely with our clubs” Rushton added. 

“In the meantime and with the state governments roadmap contingent on the low transmission of Covid-19, GQ urges all members of the Queensland Gymnastics community to download the COVIDsafe app and continue to practise social distancing and hygiene measures to that we can see clubs re-open from the 12th June.”

GQ will release further information in near future on the safe return to gymnastics.    

To view the Roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions click here.

To view Stage 1 FAQ’s click here