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 History

November 2016

 Bronze and Silver Championships 

Ella Little ENGLISH CHAMPION        ALL APPARATUS (SILVER LEVEL)

Cerys Walden (Bronze Intermediate)
ENGLISH VAULT CHAMPION 

Aleisha Reid (Bronze Junior)
ENGLISH BEAM CHAMPION
Chloe Fennell (Bronze Senior)

Bronze medal All Apparatus, 

November 2016 Ben Horsted National Finals Elite Level 3, represented London at National finals in Birmingham

April 2016 Ella Little and Amber Payne part of bronze medal winning London Regional team at National finals.

March 2016 Merton council approved permanent change of use to Unit 14 meaning that Sutton School of Gymnastics has a permanent dedicated gymnastics facility for life.

April 2015  Ella Little part of Gold medal winning London Regional team at National finals

November 2014 Ben Horsted selected for London Regional squad for elite grades.

May 2014 The gym club celebrated the success of the club since moving into unit 14 with a birthday gala. We hope to repeat this when we are eventually granted permanent planning permission.

November 2013   Ella Little   Junior English Novice Champion,                   

Francesca Sinnerton Senior English Novice Beam and Floor Champion           

Arina Moharrammi Senior English Novice Vault Champion.

13th MAY 2013 After many years of trying S.S.G. has found a new permanent facility and has moved to Unit 14 Willow Lane Business Park, 1-11 Willow Lane, Mitcham CR4 4NA.

The dedicated gymnastics centre is based over 4 floor with Gym One on the ground floor and Gym Two on the second floor. We also have classrooms for hosting British Gymnastics coaching courses, an air-conditioned dance studio and party room. The first floor has our reception area, newly constructed gymnasts changing rooms and a comfortable parent waiting area with refreshments and 4 video screens showing cctv from Gym One & Two Gym Three is under construction work starting January 2015.

March-May 2013 All hands have been on deck to clean and paint our new four storey facility. New equipment has been ordered.

14th February 2013 Merton council gave temporary approval for change of use planning permission for us to move to a permanent dedicated gymnastics facility for 3 years.

September 2012 Sutton School of Gymnastics is accepted in to the Jack Petchey Award Scheme.

July 2012 Coach Becky Jones selected to work in the training hall at the 2012 Olympic games. Sponsored Olympic challenge, Gymnasts completed 2012 of the following skills, Forward rolls, cartwheels, handsprings, Back flips, Somersaults.the money raised will be used to purchase Equipment used at the Olympic games including a vaulting table, beam and spring boards. Our gymnasts will train on equipment used by the Olympic champions!!

Throughout 2011 the club has replaced most of it's aging equipment, 12 coaches passed British Gymnastics coaching exams.

November 2011 Regional Floor and Vault competition Excellent results 8 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 1 bronze. All gymnasts received achievement pins

March 2011 10 gymnasts compete at NDP grades 4th and 5th at grade 14 and 1st, 2nd and 4th at grade 13, plus 3 gold medals for top scores on beam and bars  All gymnasts passed most with distinction.

November 2010  London Gymnastics Floor and Vault competition, 20 Gymnasts 16 medals, 16 achievement pins.

September 2010 Liz Jones receives  LG award of merit in recognition of services to gymnastics within the London region nominated by Women's Technical committee.

April 2010  London Gymnastics Floor and Vault competition. 2 Gold , 2 silver and a bronze. All Gymnasts came in the top 5 places.

February 2010  Gold, Silver and Bronze at NDP Grades, All gymnasts passed most with distinction.

October 2009  Sutton coaches Becky Jones,  Lucy Sparks and Becky Walker  selected to work at the World Gymnastics Championships.

April 2009 SSG receives a grant for £7500 from the Gannett foundation for the purchase of an air track

In January 2009 Liz Jones took over as the Club Manager/Technical Director.

2007 Jenna Walters become English Beam Champion.  

Simon Moore returned to the club as head coach. Ross Brewer won the Senior Men's British Championships four times in succession from 2003-2007. Ross also competed for England at three Commonwealth Games, winning two team Gold medals and one team Bronze. In 2005 and 2006 Sutton School of Gymnastics senior man were the British Team Champions

January 2000 Lia Borrotzu became the Technical Director of the Club.

Peter Moore is the President of London Gymnastics.

December 1999 Peter Moore retired from the club.

1996 Sutton School of Gymnastics is represented at the Atlanta Olympic Games by Lee McDermott

Sutton School of Gymnastics began life in 1910 as SASSARC gymnastics club. It was a very successful club that trained in a tiny hall in Sutton Surrey, Head Coach Peter Moore along with his son Simon and helped by many friends, parents, coaches and gymnasts formed Sutton School of Gymnastics, which moved to Wandle Valley School on 1985. In 1990 a purpose built pit was added onto the school gymnasium thanks to the hard work in fundraising and also the generosity of the London Borough of Sutton and the Sports Council along with many others who made kind donations.

 

 

 

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