Meet the RGC Women’s Artistic National Squad gymnasts…

Renmore gymnastics is very very proud indeed of all its gymnasts, none more so than their National athletes. Proudly RGC gymnasts have qualified across all 4 of the Women’s Artistic National Squad programmes including the 2016 Olympic Squad, the Olympic Start Squad, International Development Squad and the National Development Squad. Along with these great achievements comes tremendous commitment and very real daily sacrifices for both athletes and their families. These gymnasts train day in day out rain or shine, some up to 25hours each week, they all have very big dreams and demonstrate unwavering dedication in their path to support their goals. They focus constantly on the task of going beyond their comfort zones, they learn that adversity and suffering help them to experience self-growth and real joy. They work towards an awareness of potential regrets and do all they can to prevent them from happening.

We are so tremendously proud of them all and their admirable pursuit of their dreams, they realise that if they want to be the best they have to train like the best, and that in the everyday sessions EVERYTHING they do (or don’t do) matters. We would like to introduce our girls to you… the wonderful athletes that are training daily within our training centre.

“I may  or may not win, but I can always train and compete like a champion”

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National Development Squad:
Caoimhe Donohoe
Siofra Davis
Aoife Walsh
Maya Banerjee
Siofra Molloy
Sarah Hynes
Aisling Connaughton
International Development Squad:
Emer Shimizu
Amy O’Neill
Olympic Start Squad:
Miriam Fuller
Kate Molloy
Jane Heffernan
Daniela Goluba
Emma Slevin
Alex-Marie McDonagh
Aisling Fuller
Olympic Squad:
Emmeline Anghileri

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Recreational and competitive gymnastics training for children, in Galway, Ireland.

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