17 January 2018
AGC, Annual Awards Dinner
On behalf of Gymnastics Queensland we would like to thank everyone who attended the GQ Annual Awards Dinner on Saturday night at the Pullman. Special Congratulations to the awards recipients and clubs for their outstanding success in 2018. We look forward to enjoying another year of success! As stated by our CEO Kym Dowdell at the dinner;
We can’t wait to see all the achievements 2019 has to bring.
Congratulations to GK Club of the Year, Delta Gymnastics Brisbane
Delta Gymnastics Brisbane had an incredible 2018! Some of their achievements included:
Congratulations to Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Bobby Campbell Award winner, Georgia Godwin
The Bobby Campbell Perpetual Trophy is awarded to the WOMEN’S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Senior International Athlete who achieves the highest ranking in All Around competition at National Championships.
Georgia trains at Delta Gymnastics Brisbane. Georgia was a member of the Australian Team competing at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games where she won silver in All Around, bronze on Uneven Bars and bronze in the team event. Georgia is the 2018 Senior International National Champion, with gold on Bars, Beam and Floor plus, silver on Vault.
Congratulations to Frank VIG Award Recipient for Trampoline Sports, Jayden Robinson-Patch
Jayden is an outstanding young prospect with a bright future in the sport at every level. Jayden shows the way to our next generation as an exemplary example for all to follow.
Jayden was selected as QLD Team Captain, and elected to the QLD SMC – TRP in 2018. He competed International Stream Nationally, while developing QLD Team athletes as a coach at as SEQ club and also judged at local, state and national events throughout 2018.
Congratulations to Frank VIG Award Recipient for Artistic Gymnastics, Mitchell Jones
Jayden is an outstanding Mitchell has recently retired from the sport but was one of QLD’s high-performance athletes for many years. Mitchell has had many achievements over the years competing for his club, state and country, and in 2018 was named as the reserve for the MEN’S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Commonwealth Games Team.
Mitchell has always been an outstanding role model to all fellow athletes, and has continually contributed to the sport in his coaching role at Lawnton Academy of Artistic Gymnastic since 2010.
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to view the full list of award recipients.
You can check out a few photos from the evening here