who we are
KGA specialises in competitive and recreational rhythmic gymnastics for girls with additional programs for boys and deep stretching classes for ladies, all of which use the best practises of Russian gymnastics in a system designed by Head Coach Victoria Karpenko.
"I wanted to create an academy where I could teach the Russian style of gymnastics in a fun but structured way and build a team of competitive gymnasts who can compete at the highest levels of the sport.
There is so much talent in Singapore, it just needs the right guidance.”
KGA was set up in 2014 with the mission of introducing the highest standards of Russian gymnastics to South East Asia and raising the standard of the sport in Singapore.
We believe that by allowing the children fall in love with the sport is the best way to develop champions down the road and that competitive gymnastics instills discipline and confidence in children from a young age.
kga is a unique academy where young, talented coaches offer programs for recreational & competitive gymnasts in a fun but structured way
About Victoria karpenko
Founder & Head Coach of KGA
Victoria began gymnastics at the age of four in Kruliya Sovetov, one of Russia's leading rhythmic gymnastics academies where she fell in love with the sport. She began her competitive career at age seven where she quickly established herself as one of Russia's leading rhythmic gymnasts.
At the age of eleven Victoria was asked to join the Russian national team before becoming champion of Russia for the first time at the age of thirteen and again at the age of sixteen. She was awarded Master of Sport International Class shortly after, the highest sport accolade awarded to Russian athletes.
At the age of seventeen, Victoria graduated to the coaching staff of Kruliya Sovetov and oversaw pupils who subsequently became national, European, Youth Olympic champions and World Cup winners.
In 2009, Victoria began her international coaching career in the USA where she helped coach one athlete to become national champion and qualify for the London Olympic games.
World cup & olympics:
In 2013, Victoria coached members of the Spanish national team representing Spain in national and European championship while guiding pupils through World cup and Olympics preparations.
Raising the standards:
In 2014, she came to Singapore to coach the junior national team before leaving to set up KGA in 2015 with the mission of raising the standards of rhythmic gymnastics in the country.