Intensive Gymnastics Camp 2016
KGA GYMNASTICS CAMP AT UWC 2016
Guest coaches from Russia/USA of international standard are coming
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS (Girls) & BOYS POWER CLASS
(FOR BEGINNERS TO ADVANCED LEVELS)
- 1 to 5 August 2016
- 10am to 3pm
- Students of UWC get 10% discount
- FEE: $550 (5-day camp) $125 (1-day camp
- Bus from Claymore Hill to UWC East Campus : $55 for 5 days (pick up at 9:30am)
Why you need to join the camp?
- Develops healthy minds and bodies for now and later life
- Enhances creativity and builds self–confidence
- Develops posture and confident body movement for sport and life
- Increases flexibility, strength and prepares the body for life’s challenges
- Enhances co-ordination and agility, for body awareness and balance
What you will learn:
Learn ballet, flexibility, techniques, acrobatic, dances, aparatus skills, basic RG elements, equipment (ribbon, clubs, ball, hoop and rope) cardio training with rope.
Meet the Coaches:
Head Coach, 2-time Russian Champion
Victoria Karpenko is founder and head coach of Karpenko Gymnastics Academy. Beginning gymnastics at the age of four in Kruliya Sovetov, Moscow (leading Russian rhythmic gymnastics school). Victoria began her competitive career at the age of seven and quickly established herself as one of Russia’s leading rhythmic gymnasts.
At the age of eleven, Victoria became part of the Russian national team before becoming champion of Russia at the age of thirteen. During the following years she also began competing and winning international competitions around the world.
Victoria again won the Russian national championship at age sixteen before being awarded “Master of Sport International Class” (the highest sporting accolade given to Russian gymnasts). At the age of seventeen, Victoria graduated to the coaching staff of Kruliya Sovetov where she began her coaching career to Russia’s elite gymnasts who became national, European and Youth Olympic champions and World Cup finalists.
In 2010, Victoria began her international coaching career in the Maryland, USA where she worked at national and international level. Victoria coached one student, Julie Zetlin, to qualify for the London 2012 Olympic Games (only second ever USA qualifier).
In 2013, Victoria coached members of the Spanish national team to compete in national, European and World Cup competitions and began preparation for the Brazil Olympics in 2016. In 2014, Victoria joined the Singaporean junior national team where she coached competitively until recently. In April, 2015 Victoria opened KGA – her gymnastics academy in Singapore.
Ballet & Boys Power Class Coach, Russia
Please meet Anton Tsypushtanov. Having danced all his life, Anton became a Ballet Master upon completing his studies at the Academy of Highest Culture (Belarus). Anton then danced professionally with various touring productions for 13 years and was honoured with the title “Honoured Artiste of China” for his services to dance over the previous years.
In the following years Anton joined the national teams of Belarus and Thailand as choreographer before joining the Singapore high performance team for rhythmic gymnastics. Anton’s ballet and choreography expertise coaching elite athlethes further evidences KGA’s committment to remaining South East Asia’s top rhythmic gymnastics academy.
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