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5-11 Year Olds, have a fun-filled evening of activities such as Trampoline, Zip Line, Air Trak Mountain, Fun Games, and Dancing in the Dark with Glow Sticks and Disco Lights from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM at Gymtowne, Moss Beach

Kid's Night Out August 13, 2016 - South San Francisco!

5-11 Year Olds, have a fun filled evening of activities such as Trampoline, Zip Line, Foam Pit, Fun Games, Dancing in the Dark with Glow Sticks and more from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM at Gymtowne, South San Francisco!

Gym Mini (Preschool-Aged) Programs - Moss Beach

The Gym Mini Program is a wonderful educational experience for all children ages 1 to 5 whether or not gymnastics is in their future as a sport!  These programs develop not only skills in movement but help develop the ability to learn.

Gym Mini Gym Area - South San Francisco

The Gym Mini Program has been developed to promote basic motor skills as they apply to all physical activity.  In this program, we do not strive to train for the Olympics, but instead we emphasize physical and social development using our specialized motor development equipment as well as our adapted gymnastics equipment with our positive, high-energy staff!

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Gymtowne Gymnastics offers the complete Junior Olympic Program of USA Gymnastics (USAG). We offer classes for Levels One, Two, Three, and Four.  Competitive teams are available for USA Gymnastics Levels Three and up as well as Xcel.

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Gym Mini Program

  • Preschoolers aged 1-5

  • Low student/instructor ratio

  • Develops physical, social and early learning skills

  • Positive, fun and supportive environment

  • Lots of exciting equipment, activities and challenges

School-Aged Gymnastics

Instructional gymnastics classes are offered for girls and boys 6 years old and up in four levels (Levels 1-4) which each have 3 sub levels (each with a color).  This program also prepares the student for the Xcel program as well as the USA Gymnastics Level 3-10 program.

Competitive Gymnastics

Gymtowne Gymnastics offers girls competitive gymnastics in USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic Levels 3-10 as well as USA Gymnastics Xcel Bronze through Diamond.

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Level 3-5 Teams kick off with Judges Cup !

Bridgette Clement Memorial Site

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Bridgette Clement was one of Gymtowne's Level 7 gymnasts who tragically died in a skiing accident in 2003



This page is dedicated to the news and information for the Level 3-5 Compulsory Teams of Gymtowne Gymnastics.


Gymtowne’s Compulsory Teams Win Some Bling at NorCal Judge’s Cup!

Hosted by NC-NAWGJ, Rancho Cordova, CA, on August 28-30, 2015

Level 3 Team Takes Home The Team Trophy !

This Our Gymtowne Compulsory Team girls recently traveled to the Sacramento Valley for one of the biggest meets of the season, the Judges Cup. With nearly 900 gymnasts attending, the competition was tough and the medals were hard won. When the week-end was done, our Gymtowne girls brought home a lion’s share of medals and top scores!

Level 3:new Level 3 team completely dominated their sessions and had a Gymtowne athlete standing on the 1st place All Around Gymnast podium every time! With the top scores our girls were earning, our Level 3 team easily won the 1st place Overall Team award and 1st place team awards on the vault and uneven bars! Younger Division- 1st place All Around winner Gabriella O’Connor scored a 36.125 overall. She also placed 1st on the vault and bars, 2nd on the beam, and 4th on the floor. Close behind her was Olivia Miles. Olivia scored 1st place honors on the beam and floor and a 2nd place in the all around standings. Coming in 4th place overall, Bela Bhushan was best at the vault and bars where she placed 3rd on both. Reese Perkins was 5th overall and 4th on the uneven bars. On the vault, Kate Underwood had a fast running approach that earned her a 2nd place. Nahla Repp tied for 6th place on the vault. Middle A Division In this division, Emma Lackner was unbeatable! She placed 1st on all 4 events with scores over 9.000 in each. Her overall score of 36.325 easily placed her on the #1 podium as the top All Around Gymnast. Sierra Tiatia tied for 1st place with Emma on the vault. She also tied for 2nd on the floor and came in 4th overall. Middle B Division  Daniela Tolentino was our only gymnast in this session, but she made sure everyone remembered her! She was the top scoring athlete on the vault, bars and floor. With an unbeatable score of 36.775, she easily placed 1st in the All Around standings.

Level 4: In the Younger Division, Malika McClain’s floor routine placed her in 4th and helped her overall scoring for a 4th place in the All Around competition. Jaya Miller had an outstanding vault that earned her a 2nd place. She was also 5th overall. On the beam, Danielle Myhres had a beautiful 4th place routine. Middle-A Division- Nadya Wu danced and tumbled to a 4th place on the floor. Sasha Frank was 9th place on the bars and beam. She tied for a 9th place medal on the vault with Kay Hildebrand. Kay also tied for 9th place on the floor. Middle-B Division- On the vault, Allison Mollin was unbeatable and her 1st place score of 9.100 reflected that. Aja Tsutsumi shined on the bars where she came in 2nd. Her tie for 3rd place on the floor was also a highlight. Sophia Mendoza placed 6th on both the vault and beam. Older Division- Youki Miyoshi recently moved up from our Xcel team and it proved to be the right decision! Her bars routine was a 1st place exercise. She also placed 4thon the vault and 3rd overall. Alicia Ferro had a solid meet with 4th places on the bars, beam and overall. Her vault really shined and scored a 2nd place. On the floor, Hayley Sperinde came in 3rd. She also tied for 4th on the bars with Alicia. Josie Miller excelled on the beam where she earned a 3rd place medal. On the floor, she placed 4th. As a team, Our Gymtowne Level 4 girls placed 2nd in vaulting and 3rd overall.

Level 5: We had 2 first place medalists in the Younger division! Annika Durham dominated on the bars while Jayna Guevara earned her medal from the beam event. Annika was also 4th overall and Jayna tied for 3rd on the vault. Samantha McAllister tied for 8th on the floor. In the beam and floor events, Josie Kearns placed 11th. Middle-A Division - Sofie Gelzleichter tied for 5th place on the floor. There were 6th places all around for Camryn Tobias (bars, beam and overall) and Faith Dyogi (vault). Middle-B Division- There were two 1st place winners in this division as well! Nhoelle Rocero captured her 1st while flying on the bars and Maya Sell danced to her 1st on the floor. Madelleine Lugue placed 4th on the bars and Kylie DeMartini was 5th on the vault. Older Division- Brianna Calibo had her tumbling moves down. The judges awarded her a 1st place medal for her hard work. She also placed 3rd on the vault and overall. Our Level 5 team earned a 2nd on the bars and tied for 3rd in the overall points count.

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