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Thursday 12th August 2010 7:00 PM
Tickets: Adults, $5; Children, $3
Start Time: August 12th at 7:00pm
Where: The Source River Centre Ltd., Bacardi Plant
With over 900 gymnasts, local and international, set to compete in this year's version of the Atlantis Crown gymnastics event here in The Bahamas, it is set to be the biggest to date.
The 6th Annual Atlantis Crown Invitational, directed and coordinated by the husband and wife team of Al and Cindy Scharns, the owners of Branch Gymnastics & KidsSports USA in Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA...
Some of the top gymnasts in the world will return to The Bahamas once again next week for the sixth edition of the Atlantis Crown Gymnastics Invitational.
This year's tournament features 910 gymnasts from around the world, ranging from ages five to 18.
Action kicks off on Thursday morning in the Grand Ballroom of the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island. Just over 70 athletes from three clubs will r...
This Wednesday, more than 500 female gymnasts representing 40 clubs from three countries will take part in the 4th Annual Atlantis Crown Invitational, set to be held at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island.
The Bahamas will have representation from a total of 80 athletes from four clubs, Nassau 'Nastics, Bahamas Star Gymnastics, Grand Bahama Gymnastics and the BDT Flyers. According to reports, t...
An exciting weekend lies ahead for the Nassau 'Nastics team of competitive gymnasts. These young athletes will be traveling to Orlando, Florida, to attend not one but two very large gymnastics meets.
The Presidential Classic Gymnastics Invitational and the Magical Classic Gymnastics Invitational are both concurrently being held in Orlando, this weekend. Four coaches and 12 gymnasts from the Nassau...
Stars Continue to Improve Seasonís Record
Back to Back Competitions Yield More Impressive Results
A shy and reticent Aaliyah Gray could not have imagined that she would rock the gymnastics community with a record breaking performance after less than a year of training in the sport.