FreeG is an exciting combination of gymnastics, parkour, obstacle training and freestyle movement.
Two of our Collie PCYC boys competed in the Gymnastics WA FreeG competition in Perth last weekend and claimed first and second positions in their divisions.
In the freestyle competition, Beau came in first place and also took out overall winner for his divisions. Zak finished in second place for the same divisions.
Collie PCYC Manager Linda Gallagher said, “It’s a relatively new sport where young people can get the adrenaline pumping through a mix of traditional gymnastics, acrobatic tricks and martial arts – the kids in Collie can’t get enough of it”.
To join the FreeG program and get your body moving and heart pumping contact Collie PCYC on (08) 9734 5767 or email email@example.com
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