History

Pegasus Gymnastics originally started as Pegasus Extreme Sports. During that time Pegasus was a small T&T club that had 5 athletes. It was our long term goal to turn this into a large gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling program. All of our 5 athletes attended National Championships. During that time, we were represented at the 2007 World Championships (Quebec City, Canada ), 2007 World Age Group Championship (Quebec City, Canada), as well as the 2009 World Championships (Saint Petersburg, Russia). 2 of those athletes were on the National Team for a combined total of 6 years.

Jump ahead to 2015 and Tammy Stephenson (Coach) and Jeremy Mosier (previous Pegasus athlete) have realized their dream to start their own competitive Gymnastics Centre.  Pegasus Gymnastics is now in its fourth year and has become a great place for young athletes to come and learn gymnastics in a team environment.  Whether here for fun, or to become a top competitive athlete, Pegasus is for everyone!

 

 kierstin Kierstin Anderson

 

2018 Alum

Kierstin was a Level 10 athlete with us at Pegasus and is currently in her first year at University of Saskatchewan

 

 

 nadia-2016-mackenzie3 Mackenzie Parker

2016 Alum

Mackenzie earned a full scholarship to Central Michigan.  She is currently in her 3rd year at University

 

 mackenzie-itcush Mackenzie Itcush

2015 Alum

Mackenzie earned a full scholarship to North Carolina State.  Now that she has graduated and come back to Pegasus, she is one of our Pre-Competitive Coaches

 

 

 DSIMG_2861 Andrew Egyed

Andrew represented Canada at the World Age Groups in 2007 (Quebec City), the World Championships in 2009 (St Peterburg, Russia), and 2009 Winter Classic (Birmingham, Alabama) where he finished 2nd.

 

 07GC1587 Jeremy Mosier

Bronze medal in senior at the 2007 Canadian Championship2007-08 Canadian National Team Member Canadian Team Member at the 2007 World Championship (Quebec City)