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Evolve Are Large Club Of The Year

Gymnastics NSW has recognised Rouse Hill’s Evolve Gymnastics as the Large Club of the Year.

Evolve Gymnastics, founded six years ago, embraces inclusive programs with private lessons for athletes with disabilities. In 2023, the club had its first Special Olympics competitor while they had multiple state representatives in mainstream events.

Employment opportunities help the local community, with a workforce of 32 employees supporting more than 1200 athletes. The club places a high value on education and training.

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Evolve gymnastics won the large club of the year award

Club owner Adam Rose said the award is a recognition for the whole club. “This award means a lot, because it’s a reward for the hard work that goes into everything to make the club a success,” Rose said.

“It’s recognition for all our staff and everyone behind the scenes. Being nominated was a big honour, especially as there are many amazing large clubs within NSW. We just opened a ninja centre to offer variety and welcome more children with different interests.”

Lawrence Machodo

Highly experienced and award-winning journalist with a demonstrated history of working in the newspaper and media industry both in Australia and overseas.  Lawrence Machodo is our Sports Writer.

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