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Women's Competitive Team

Pegasus gymnastics

Women's Artistic Gymnastics

Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, WAG for short, is one of the disciplines of gymnastics. It consists of 4 events;

  • Vault
  • Uneven Bars
  • Balance Beam
  • Floor

Pegasus Gymnastics programs will focus on teaching great technique that produces quality gymnastics.

Our Women’s Team is designed to accelerate your athletes’ ability to learn and progress their skill level and prepare for advancement. By incorporating trampolines into training, athletes can progress their skills more efficiently with better technique. Our WAG Team offers athletes a healthily level of challenge, which leads to the level of success we have been able to produce.

If you are interested in joining our WOMEN’S TEAM, schedule an assessment for your child’s gymnastics skills. A tryout is necessary before being accepted into our program.

four female gymnastics in club leotards and team jacket
Competitive Women's Team​​

WAG Program Descriptions

All competitive artistic requirements for levels are set by Alberta Gymnastics Federation and Gymnastics Canada and follow the FIG, CCP, and XCEL Code of Points. Pegasus Gymnastics WAG program is structured around these requirements allowing athletes to progress through the levels. The program is a year-round commitment.

High-Performance Stream​

The High-Performance categories are Youth, Novice, Junior, and Senior. The goal of this stream is to qualify for the Canadian National Team. Gymnasts must train 25+ hours per week. Competitions will require athletes to travel all over North America, and in some cases all over the world. This path requires extreme dedication, family commitment to the program, time management, proper nutrition, and access to additional athlete resources. The expectation of this program are high as the name suggests. The goal for High-Performance Stream athletes is to become the best of the best, achieved by a strong relationship between the coach, athlete and parent.

Canadian Competitive Program - Compulsory and Optional

Compulsory and Optional athletes compete in levels 3-10 of the Canadian Competitive Program (CCP), formerly known as JO (Junior Olympic Program). Levels 3-5 are the Compulsory program; Levels 6-10 are the Optional levels. Training hours are typically 12+ hours per week but vary depending on the level. The goal of this program is to qualify for Provincial Championships, Western Canadian Championships, Canadian National Championships, and Canada Winter Games.

Xcel Stream

The Xcel program is a USAG program which just started in Canada in 2019. Xcel is an alternative track to the CCP 1-8 program and offers gymnasts the opportunity to perform optional routines, instead of the compulsory CCP 3-5 program. Pegasus uses Xcel alongside our compulsory program as an additional route to get to Level 6 and higher. In Xcel, there are a large number of skill choices to fulfill the routine requirements.

Pegasus offers the following Xcel levels, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond. These levels will have a range of training schedules from 8-20 hours per week depending on the age and level. Xcel athletes will have the opportunity to compete at Invitational Meets and Provincial Championship.

Developmental Team​

Our Developmental gymnasts are ages 3-7, training 4-11 hours per week. The purpose of this program is to encourage a love for the sport, develop physical literacy, spatial awareness, coordination, strength, flexibility, discipline, and basic gymnastics. This requires family commitment to the program, and time management. We aim to have athlete prepared for any of our competitive streams when exiting our developmental program. Gymnasts will participate in 2 showcase events for family to see their progress. The commitment of this program is typically 10 months September-June with summers off for athletes ages 3-6 and a 12-month commitment for ages 6 – 7.

girl gymnasts on beam in handstand
Annual Membership

Pegasus Membership

All participants must have a current Pegasus Membership. The membership is annual, valid from July 1 to June 30 and includes insurance coverage through Alberta Gymnastics Federation. Pegasus Memberships are non-refundable. Note that these prices could change based on an increase in insurance premiums from AGF. If they do increase, there could be an additional fee.

Contact Us for Assistance

Are interested in joining our competitive WAG TEAM?
Reach out to schedule an assessment for your child’s gymnastics skills.